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The Prince Of Wales's Own Regiment & Royal Logisitic Corps - Nulli Secundus Album

The Prince Of Wales's Own Regiment & Royal Logisitic Corps - Nulli Secundus Album
Performer: The Prince Of Wales's Own Regiment & Royal Logisitic Corps
Title: Nulli Secundus
Country: UK
Style:Military, Brass Band
Released: 2001
Catalog number: BNA 5173
Label: Bandleader
MP3 album szie: 2604 mb
FLAC album size: 2391 mb

Tracklist

1The Minstrel Boy
2Flying Colours
3Excelsior
4The Dalesman
5Decadian
6The Minstrel Boy
7We Are The Music Makers
8Foggy Foggy Due
9A New Start
10The Castle Guard
11Second To None
12Op Pallister
13Pegasus Bridge
14Espirit de Corps
15Crown & Lyre
16On The Countermarch
17Scutari
18The White Rose
19Oath For All Corps Comrades/The Musical Ride/Band Ready/Duty Calls/The River Wide
20Strident
21Wandering Minstrel
22Oxbridge

Credits

  • Music DirectorCaptain J.W.Taylor, Captain S.C.Barnwell

Notes

On 25th May 2000 a competition was held to select a Corps of Army Music Quick March. The criteria was that the march should be in the form of a parade quick march, last for one to three minutes, playable at march tempo - 120 beats per minute. Here we have the 26 entries.

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Valentine Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – The Valentine Music Group

Short intro

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