Remembrance Sunday 2014, London: The Navy Bands


Some footage that includes the navy bands collaborating within the UK’s nationwide Remembrance Ceremony on the Cenotaph in London on Sunday 9 November 2014.

Participating are 4 Guards Bands from the Family Division in addition to bands from the Royal Marines and the Royal Air Pressure. Additionally seen are the pipers and drummers of The Highlanders.

These scenes present the bands marching from Wellington Barracks alongside Birdcage Stroll to Whitehall.

The title scene is a element from the Guards Memorial on Horseguards Parade, one in all three First World Warfare Memorials which have simply been upgraded to Grade I standing by English Heritage. The others are The Response in Newcastle upon Tyne and the Port Daylight Warfare Memorial.


[00:00] The Band of HM Royal Marines performs ‘Soldier an’ Sailor too’ after the poem of identical identify by Rudyard Kipling (1965 – 1936), printed 1919. This Bugle March was composed by Michael McDermott & A J Piner.

[01:12] The Band of The Coldstream Guards performs ‘The third DG’s’ composed by James (presumably Thomas) Brophy (1867 – 1869). This was the Regimental March of the third Carabiniers (Prince of Wales’s Dragoon Guards), fashioned in 1922 and amalgamating in 1967 with The Royal Scots Greys to type The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Brophy was Bandmaster of the first Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers.

[02:29] The Band of The Scots Guards performs ‘The Liberators’ by Charles Ancliffe (1880 – 1952), written whereas he was Bandmaster of the First Battalion, South Wales Borderers.

[03:35] The Band of The Grenadier Guards performs the march ‘Unter den Linden’ composed by W A Crosse.

[04:16] The Central Band of the RAF performs ‘Nationwide Emblem’ by Edwin Eugene Bagley (1857 – 1922), composed in 1902 and printed in 1906.

Very many due to Tralens and Hjaltland60 for his or her assist in compiling this record. Please let me know of any errors or omissions.