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Neutral Quick March - Wellington March (Zehle)
A competition winning march written by German Composer Wilhelm Zehle, Wellington March refers to the Duke of Wellingtonthe most celebrated military figure in British history and Colonel of the Grenadier Guards from 1827-1852.
Grenadier Guards Regimental Quick March - The British Grenadiers (arr Kappey)
This famous tune, and best-known Regimental March in the Army, became the Regimental March of the Grenadier Guards in 1815 when the First Guards changed their title to The First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards in honour of their achievement at the Battle of Waterloo.
Scots Guards Regimental Quick March - Hielan’ Laddie (arr Kappey)
"Hielan' Laddie", is the name of a Scottish popular folk tune "If Thou'lt Play Me Fair Play", but as with many old melodies various sets of words can be sung to it, of which Robert Burns' poem "Highland Laddie" is probably the best known.
Coldstream Guards Regimental Quick March - Milanollo (Val Hamm arr Mackenzie Rogan)
The tune of “Milanollo” was written by the 19th Century German composer Johann Valentine Hamm for the Italian violinist sisters Teresa and Maria Milanollo, who introduced it to England in 1845 during extensive European tours.
Neutral Quick March - The Liberators (Ancliffe)
The Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord (D-Day) during World War II on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began the liberation of German-occupied France (and later Europe) from Nazi control, and laid the foundations of the Allied victory on the Western Front.
The Band of The Grenadier Guards plays with kind permission of the British Army.