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The Spectacular Edinburgh 1976 Military Tattoo

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From the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle. Opened by THE BUGLERS OF THE 2ND GOORKHAS
THE MASSED PIPES AND DRUMS OF
THE ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS
THE SCOTS GUARDS, THE BLACK WATCH
THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS
RAF LEUCHARS, RAF KINLOSS
THE PRECISION DRILL TEAM OF THE
BERLIN BRIGADE OF THE US ARMY accompanied by the CORPS OF DRUMS OF
THE ROYAL ANGLIAN REGIMENT
THE BAND OF
THE CORPS OF CARABINIERI
Nepalese tribal dancing by THE 2ND BATTALION 2ND GOORKHAS
THE MASSED BANDS OF
THE ROYAL ENGINEERS ALDERSHOT
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS
THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS THE 2ND GOORKHAS
THE FINALE with the EVENING HYMN
LAST POST; THE LONE PIPER
Director of Music CAPT s. w. patch, LRAM, arcm, psm, Royal Engineers Aldershot
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is presented by HQ Scotland (Army) and produced by L.T-COL. LESLIE DOW , OBE Commentary for television TOM FLEMING Produced for TV by CHARLES CLIFFORD

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Unknown: Col. Leslie Dow
Unknown: Charles Clifford

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The Spectacular Edinburgh 1976 Military Tattoo

BBC One London, 23 December 1976 9.50






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