dinsdag 16 januari 2018

Band of the H.M. Royal Marines Plymouth Division - Post horn galop (February 1940) (HMV B.9014 mtx OER.475) (78rpm)

The Band of HM Royal Marines, Plymouth is based at HMS Raleigh in Torpoint, Cornwall. The band undertakes a wide variety of ceremonial work of national importance, as well as fulfilling its main role of providing music for the ships and establishments of the RN.
Musicians in the Royal Marines Band Service play at least two musical instruments, giving the band the capability of functioning as an orchestra and dance band.
As professional musicians the band is expected to provide all kinds of musical ensembles and so they will also provide jazz groups, small orchestral ensembles and 'Palm Court' orchestras and can even provide solo male and female singers, German style 'Oompah' bands and pop or heavy metal groups - indeed there are very few musical combinations that the Royal Marines Band Service cannot provide.  
The band performs in the knowledge that, wherever they appear they are welcomed by an appreciative audience that enjoys the sound and the spectacle for which the Bands of Her Majesty's Royal Marines are famous throughout the world.
Band of the H.M. Royal Marines Plymouth Division - Post horn galop




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