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The Edinburgh Military Tattoo of 1984

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Highlights from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle Including:
THE MASSED PIPES AND DRUMS THE FLAGWAVERS OF FLORENCE JUNIOR LEADERS REGIMENTAL ROYAL ARTILLERY GYMNASTIC DISPLAY
THE ROYAL BAND SOUTH OF HM THE SULTAN OF OMAN and dancers from
His Majesty's Household THE ROYAL ARTILLERY - a competitive demonstration of 155m FH70 guns coming into action.
THE MASSED MILITARY BANDS The Finale: with Evening Hymn and The Last Post
'For auld lang syne' The Lone Piper Director of Music
MAJOR D. CARSON , MBE LTCL psm SG Producer LT-COL LESLIE dow, OBE The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is presented by HQ Scotland (Army) and The City of Edinburgh District Council and supported by The Bank of Scotland
Commentary for television TOM FLEMING
Produced for television by IAN CHRISTIE
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Major D. Carson
Presented By: Hq Scotland
Television By: Ian Christie

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The Edinburgh Military Tattoo of 1984

BBC One London, 1 January 1985 11.00






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