Black Watch parade through Aberfeldy,
The History of the Black Watch - Royal Highland
Regiment of Canada
From formation to disbanding at CFB Gagetown. My father is in the parade as a
member of the regiment. He said it was miserable weather and he took 3 days to
dry out. Also several Non-com and officers were veterans of the Devil's Brigade.
The quality is not great, I had to fix a section of film that was reversed with
the audio backwards. I also cleaned the hiss and clicks from the audio. This
dates from 1970 and was a poor film to video transfer.
The Pips & Drums of The Black Watch 3rd Battalion
The Royal Regiment of Scotland on tour with The Military Band of The Scots Guard
USA 2013. The Pipes & Drums Play their opening set "The Keel Row" Pipe Major
Richard Grisdale along with Privet Toni Moir plays the air as a duet. This is
followed by Corporal Alan Campbell with the "Drummers Salute"
The Black Watch Highland Dancers (Sword Dance) USA
Tour 2013. Dancers from The Black Watch march on to the tune "Wha saw the 42nd"
then dance around the swords to the sound of The Marquis of Huntly, The High
Road to Gairloch and The Brown Haired Maiden.
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