The Massed Bands Of The Royal Australian Navy - Naval Show Case mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Military & War|
|Performer:||The Massed Bands Of The Royal Australian Navy|
|Title:||Naval Show Case|
|Date of release:||1965|
|MP3 album size:||1778 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1120 mb|
|Digital formats:||AC3 VOX MP2 MP4 MIDI RA MMF|
From the album, Let's Take a Walk recorded by the Massed Bands of the Australian Navy and released by EMI in 1971.
Royal Australian Navy.
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Recorded EMI Studios Sydney 1957 Featured bandsmen from HMAS Sydney, HMAS Melbourne, Eastern Australia Area, Flinders Naval Depot and School of Music. Recorded at the Castlereagh St studios of EMI in 1957.
Royal Navy have taken part in Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace for the first time. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. The Royal Marines School of Music made a surprise visit to the Massed Bands of the Sea Cadets during their rehearsal at Whale Island, Portsmouth. The cadets thoroughly enjoyed their opportunity to rehearse alongside our training musicians and the surprise went down a treat. October 27, 2017 ·. Thank you to all those who helped these youngsters have yet another outstanding cadet experience.
The Royal Navy is the principal naval warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces. As of November 2018, there are 74 commissioned ships in the Royal Navy. Of the commissioned vessels, twenty are major surface combatants (six guided missile destroyers, thirteen frigates and one aircraft carrier), and ten are nuclear-powered submarines (four ballistic missile submarines and six fleet submarines).
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) fleet is made up of 50 commissioned warships as of October 2018. The main strength is the ten frigates and two destroyers of the surface combatant force: eight Anzac class frigates, two Adelaide class frigates, and two Hobart class destroyers. Six Collins-class boats make up the submarine service, although due to the maintenance cycle not all submarines are active at any time.
This high-profile event, which will showcase ships from some 20 nations, is being held to mark the centenary of the first fleet entry of the fledgling RAN into Sydney in 1913. The arrival of the Australian Fleet into Sydney Harbour, for October 1913. Why was the arrival of the RAN’s first fleet important?
The Royal Australian Navy Band (RAN Band) is the Royal Australian Navy's official musical branch. The band comprises two full-time detachments and four part-time detachments positioned across Australia, and is one of the few platforms in which Navy can deliver its message to the people of Australia. The current director of music is Lieutenant Commander Steven Stanke. Royal Australian Navy Band. In 1893, the New South Wales Naval Brigade Band comprised 22 personnel. Another of the very early naval bands was the Band of the Victorian Naval Brigade which was present (as a band of the Commonwealth Naval Force in 1901) at the arrival of the US Navy's "Great White Fleet" into Port Phillip Bay in 1908
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian Defence Force. Following the Federation of Australia in 1901, the ships and resources of the separate colonial navies were integrated into a national force, called the Commonwealth Naval Forces. Originally intended for local defence, the navy was granted the title of 'Royal Australian Navy' in 1911, and became increasingly responsible for defence of the region. The navy is one of the largest and most sophisticated naval forces in the South Pacific region, with a significant presence in the Indian Ocean and worldwide operations in support of military campaigns and peacekeeping missions. The current Chief of Navy is Vice Admiral Michael Noonan. Royal Australian Navy.
The Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall has become a real showcase of the best in military music making, and the Bands of Her Majesty's Royal Marines in particular. The event will once again be led by the Principal Director of Music for the Royal Marines, L. ol. Nick Grace OBE. He has spent the whole of his professional musical life with the Royal Marines and Frank Renton will be talking to him about his career, music in the Royal Marines and what we can expect at this year's Mountbatten Festival of Music.
|A1||Sea Breezes Mark III (Medley): Intro. (Hearts Of Oak - Off To Seaward We Go - Haul Out The Bowline - Shiver M'Timbers - Life On The Ocean Wave)|
|A3||The Mad Major|
|A4||Army And Marine|
|A6||The Red Cloak|
|B2||Three Jolly Sailormen|
|B3||By Land And Sea|
|B4||Sambre Et Meuse|
|B5||Coach Horn Galop|
|B6||Australiana Mark II (Medley) Intro. (Song Of Australia ; Australia Will Be There ; Where The Dog Sits On The Tucker Box ; Goodbye Melbourne Town ; Advance Australia Fair)|
- Conductor – Lt. Cdr. George Hooker*
NotesAustralian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Mono and stereo versions have an identical sleeve and the same number on the back - the mono version has "8068" on beige 'strobe' label, while the stereo has "S-8068" on green 'strobe' label. The stereo was issued with a small "S" sticker on the front of the sleeve.
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|33-0SX 7595||The Massed Bands Of The Royal Australian Navy||Naval Show Case (LP, Album)||Columbia||33-0SX 7595||Australia||1957|
|8068||The Massed Bands Of The Royal Australian Navy||Naval Show Case (LP, Mono, Club)||World Record Club||8068||Australia||1965|