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2014 Royal Edinburgh Militart Tattoo

Various Artists - Military Bands

Scottish
EMT

Released: 14th October 2014
Catalogue Number: EMTDVD131
Barcode: 5021404009692

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Bands drawn from Her Majesty's Royal Marines and The Royal Regiment of Scotland join forces with pipe bands from around the globe.

Also part of the extravaganza this year are bands from Trinidad and Tobago, Zulus from South Africa and Māoris from New Zealand all of whom share the stage with UK acts such as the Hjaltibonhoga fiddlers group from Shetland.

Music highlights include Dougie Maclean's The Gael, a rousing version of Mark Knopfler's Going Home, and traditional favourites including The Skye Boat Song, Scotland the Brave and Wild Mountain Thyme.

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Bands drawn from Her Majesty's Royal Marines and The Royal Regiment of Scotland join forces with pipe bands from around the globe.

Also part of the extravaganza this year are bands from Trinidad and Tobago, Zulus from South Africa and Māoris from New Zealand all of whom share the stage with UK acts such as the Hjaltibonhoga fiddlers group from Shetland.

Music highlights include Dougie Maclean's The Gael, a rousing version of Mark Knopfler's Going Home, and traditional favourites including The Skye Boat Song, Scotland the Brave and Wild Mountain Thyme.

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