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Various - Trooping The Colour On Horse Guards Parade - In Celebration Of The Official Birthday Of Her Majesty The Queen 1973 Album


1The Troop / Quick March / Drummer's Call
2Trot Past
3March Off Parade
4March Away From Saluting Base
5Fifes And Drums
6Arrival Of The Queen / Inspection Of The Line
7Escort For The Colour / Royal Salute / Trooping The Colour
8Slow March / Regimental Slow March Of The Blues And Royals
9Welsh Guards Quick March / Grenadier Guards Quick March / Scots Guards / Irish Guards / Coldstream Guards
10The March Past In Slow Time / Welsh Guards Slow March / Grenadier Guards / Scots Guards / Irish Guards / Coldstream Guards / Neutral Slow March


1st Battalion Welsh Guards will Troop their Colour in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen on 13 June 2020. Taking part will be up to 1450 soldiers of the Household Division and The Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery, along with up to 400 musicians from the Massed Bands. Over 240 soldiers from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards will line The Mall. The ceremony of Trooping the Colour is believed to have been first performed during the reign of King Charles II 16601685. In 1748 it was decided that this parade would be used to mark the official birthday of The Sovereign. It became an annual e. Since 1748, Trooping the Colour has also marked the official birthday of the British sovereign. It is held in London annually on the second Saturday in June at Horse Guards Parade by St James's Park, and coincides with the publication of the Birthday Honours List. Among the audience are the Royal family, invited guests, ticket holders and the general public. 6 Regimental marches of the foot guards. 7 List of regiments trooping the colour. 8 Trooping the Colour in other countries and territories. 1 Australia. The Queen has attended Trooping the Colour in every year of her reign, except in 1955 when the event was cancelled due to a national rail strike. The Queen's annual birthday parade, the Trooping the Colour, is today Here's what you need to know about the annual royal event, from the history to how you can watch the whole thing go down. The History. Back in the 1700s, the various regiments would show off their flags, so all the troops would recognize their banners during battle. Hence, trooping the colour. Related Story. 50 Pictures From Trooping the Colour Ceremonies. It's Why the Queen Has two Birthdays. It's basically every child's dream come true. Queen Elizabeth II during the Trooping the Colour ceremony during the 1980s. Getty Images. This content is imported from embed-name. The Queen celebrated her 93rd birthday in April. Image copyright Reuters. Image caption The Queen and other royals gathered to witness the Red Arrows perform a flypast for the Trooping the Colour parade. The royal colonels - the Prince of Wales, colonel of the Welsh Guards, the Princess Royal, colonel of the Blues and Royals, the Duke of Cambridge, colonel of the Irish Guards and the Duke of York, colonel of the Grenadier Guards - all rode on horseback as part of the parade. Twins parade together. Guardsman first to wear turban at parade. One soldier, Major Niall Hall, of the Regimental Adjutant of the Irish Guards, was thrown from his horse during the parade. Live from Horse Guards Parade in London, Huw Edwards introduces one of the worlds most esteemed military displays, to celebrate the official birthday of Her Majesty the Queen. Every summer the Mall outside Buckingham Palace is filled with flag-waving, Union Jack-clad merrymakers, all gathered to watch the official Trooping the Colour celebrations. Otherwise known as the Queen's Birthday Parade, the event marks the sovereign's birthday. During the parade, the Queen inspects soldiers from the Household Division. The inspection takes place on Horse Guards Parade behind Whitehall. Each year a different regiment's Colours are trooped last year, the spotlight was on the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards. With Her Majesty the Queen taking the salute Trooping the Colour is the highlight of the ceremonial calendar with over 1400 officers and men, two hundred horses and the Massed Bands of the Household Division on parade. Prior to the Queen's Birthday Parade there are two full dress rehearsals. The first rehearsal known as 'The Major General's Review' takes place two weeks before the actual Birthday Parade. The Colonel's Review' takes place the week prior to 'The Queen's Birthday Parade'. Trooping the Colour 2020. A ceremony marking the Queen&apo. VARIOUS Trooping The Colour On Horseguards Parade 1973 UK 10-track LP featuring highlights from the celebration of the official Birthday of Her Majesty The Queen that year, front laminated picture flocked to central London for the ceremony to mark the official celebration of the monarchs birthday. Members of the Guard Regiments during the trooping the colour ceremony. Photograph: Cpl Paul Shaw, British Ministry of DefenceHandoutEPA. Trooping the colour on the Queen's 90th birthday in pictures. A soldier collapses on Horse Guards Parade ahead of the Queens birthday parade. Photograph: Oli ScarffAFPGetty Images. Service personnel run to the aid of the collapsed soldier. Photograph: Dylan MartinezReuters. Every year, the Queen of England celebrates her birthday within the first weeks of June. Although her real birthday is April 21, this celebration is known as Trooping the Colour and has been an annual ceremony for over 250 years. The tradition dates all the way back to King George II, who in 1748 combined the annual summer military march with his birthday celebration-even though he was born in October. Ever since, the reigning monarch has had the option of throwing their official birthday parade in the summertime. Prince Harry riding a horse after the Trooping of the Colour ceremony. Yahoo News is better in the app

Various - Trooping The Colour On Horse Guards Parade - In Celebration Of The Official Birthday Of Her Majesty The Queen 1973 Album
Trooping The Colour On Horse Guards Parade - In Celebration Of The Official Birthday Of Her Majesty The Queen 1973
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2840 mb
MP3 size:
1207 mb
WMA size:
2017 mb
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Military, Pipe & Drum
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SPR 90033
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