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Neutral Walk March - Preobrajensky March (Donajowsky arr Dunn)
The March of the Preobrajensky Guards, the bodyguard of Peter the Great. The march had family connections with Earl Mountbatten and for this reason it was included at this point on the Queen’s Birthday Parade after he became Colonel of The Life Guards in 1965 and has been used most years since his death.
The King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery Walk March - The Royal Artillery Slow March (HRH The Duchess of Kent)
The Royal Artillery Slow March was composed by HRH The Duchess of Kent, and mother of Queen Victoria (herself "a most competent musician"), circa 1836, and first used in 1843.
The Life Guards Walk March - The Life Guards Slow March (arr Hewitt)
Reputedly composed by HRH The Duchess of Kent, and mother of Queen Victoria.
The Blues and Royals Walk March - The Blues and Royals Slow March (arr Jeanes)
This became the Regimental Slow March of The Blues and Royals upon the amalgamation of the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) and the Royal Dragoons (1st Dragoons) in 1969
Regimental Slow - The Royals
The Band of The Grenadier Guards plays with kind permission of the British Army.