The Regimental Band Of The Black Watch Of Canada R.H.R. - 1862-Canada's Black Watch Carries On FLAC album
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada is a reserve infantry regiment in 34 Brigade Group, 2nd Canadian Division of the Canadian Army.
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada is a reserve infantry regiment in 34 Brigade Group, 2nd Canadian Division of the Canadian Army. The regiment is located on Bleury Street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is currently commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Bruno Plourde, CD. The regiment's armoury was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008. They are the senior Canadian-Scottish Regiment.
A DECCA recording, released exclusively in Australia by World Record Club. Australian 2nd WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. S/4664 on back of sleeve, "S-4664" on blue 'herald' labels with bold non-italic font and short heading font. The sleeve layout and address combination are unchanged. 299 Flinders Lane Melbourne 365 Camberwell Rd, Hartwell 177 Elizabeth St Sydney Newspaper House, 93 Queen St Brisbane 23 Leigh St Adelaide 143 Barrack St Perth.
The Black Watch is the oldest highland regiment in Canada. Volunteers have served since the regiment's inception in Montreal on January 31st, 1862 as the 5th Battalion, Volunteer Militia Rifles of Canada. The rise of American military strength during the Civil War concerned Canada. The government authorized formation of militia regiments. Each of six Montreal Scottish chieftains responded by raising an infantry company for the 5th Battalion. Since then, thousands of Canadian citizens have served in the Black Watch
Vintage The Black Watch RHR Of Canada LP Record - Military Band. 1965 Press Photo Sugar Bowl- Black Watch of Canada Pipes and Drums. Canada's Black Watch: The first hundred years, 1862-1962 (1st Ed, Signed). by Hutchison, Paul P HC Good.
The Black Watch was established on January 31st, 1862. This page is devoted to recruiting new members, our history and to highlight some of our events. The Black Watch is the oldest highland regiment in Canada. The government authorized formation of militia regiments
It is the only reserve regiment in Canada to currently have a parachute role. The regiment consists of the reserve battalion, the Regimental Association, and the Regimental Band and Bugles. The official abbreviation is The QOR of C, but the name is often abbreviated to QOR. The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada parade out of Moss Park Armoury in downtown Toronto. The unit motto is In Pace Paratus-In Peace Prepared. During the Trent Affair of 1862, William Mulock asked John McCaul, the head of University College (part of the University of Toronto), to call a student meeting that led to the formation of the University Rifle Company of volunteers, 9 Company of The Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto, later K Company of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada. It was re-designated as the Second Battalion Volunteer Militia Rifles of Canada or Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto on 18 March 1863.
The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada is the oldest permanently organised band in the Canadian Forces. Based at Fort York in Toronto, Ontario, the band has continued to serve its country, province and city in many different roles throughout the world since its formation in 1863
Regimental Museum in Ontario, Canada The Royal Regiment of Canada Museum. Fort York Armoury, 660 Fleet Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. D J Goodspeed "Battle royal: a history of The Royal Regiment of Canada, 1862-1962" Toronto, Montreal, McClelland and Stewart, 1967. Brief history of The Royal Regiment of Canada: allied with the King's Regiment Liverpool" Toronto, Ont: The Regiment, 1948. The Royal Regiment of Canada - official site. History and Uniform of The Royal Regiment of Canada, 1862 to 1970. Information on the Royals Museum. The Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment of Canada. Les Voltigeurs de Québec. The Royal Regiment of Canada.
The Black Watch Museum is housed in Balhousie Castle, on the north side of Perth overlooking the North Inch. The Museum's collections are divided between thirteen galleries, most of which are organised chronologically.
|A1||Medley : Skye Boat Song - Slow Air/Paddy's Leather Breeches - Jig/The Day We Were At Arran - Slow Air||2:02|
|A2||March, Strathspey and Reel||3:26|
|A3||Rettreats : Battle Of The Somme/Green Hill Of Tyrol/Meeting Of The Waters||3:18|
|A4||6/8 And Polka||2:53|
|A5||Marches : Cabar Feidh/Black Bear/Caller Herrin'/Highland Ladde||4:07|
|B2||Reel Slection - 4x32 Bars : High Road To Linton/Piper O' Drummond/Jock Wilson's Bail||2:08|
|B3||Strathspey Selection - 4x32 Bars : Loudon's Bonnie Woods And Brass/Orange And Blue/Because He Was A Bonnie Lad||3:31|
|B4||Waltz Country Dance/Morag Of Dunvegan/Skye Boat Song||1:32|
|B5||Reel Of The 51st - 4x32 Bars : 51st Highland Division/Scotland The Brave/Steamboat||2:10|
|B6||Duke Of Atholl's Reel - 4x32 Bars : Atholl Highlanders/10th H.L.I Crossing The Rhine||2:12|
|B7||The Boys Of Blue Hill Hornpipe/Longuval - Slow March||2:45|
NotesUnder the direction of Lt. A.A. Campbell, CD
By kind permission of Lt, Col. J.I.B. Macfarlane, CD, C.O, 3rd Bn. (Mil.) and Capt, H.A. Darney, C.O. Cadet Corps
Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Montreal Canada and distributed by London Records Limited