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Royal Regiment Of Scotland: Freedom Of The Highlands

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[00:00] Parade through Inverness - music by the Pipes and Drums and Military Band
[02:11] Parade enters Northern Meeting Park - music by the Pipes and Drums
[03:29] The Inspection - music by the Pipes and Drums and Military Band
[05:26] Setting up the Drumhead Service Altar
[07:25] The Freedom Citation
[08:14] Fanfare by the Military Band
[08:35] The March Past - music by the Pipes and Drums and Military Band

MUSIC LIST

[00:00] Green Hills of Tyrol [adapted by PM John MacLeod (c. 1854) from the Tyrolienne from Rossini's opera 'William Tell']
[00:56] The Thin Red Line [Kenneth Alford (1881 - 1945)]
[02:11] Atholl Highlanders [attrib. Lady Charlotte Murray c. 1780]
[02:45] Glendaruel Highlanders [Alexander Fettes (1845-1921)] followed by reprise of Atholl Highlanders
[03:29] When the Battle's O'er [William Robb (1863 - 1909)]
[03:59] Theme from "Soldier, Soldier" [Jim Parker, based on the traditional nursery rhyme 'Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me?']
[08:14] Fanfare For A Dignified Occasion [Arthur Bliss (1891 - 1975)]
[08:35] Scotland the Brave/Hielan' Laddie/Scotland the Brave [traditional]

On 15 October 2015 The Royal Regiment of Scotland received the Freedom of the Highlands from Highland Council at a ceremony in Inverness. The ceremony took the form of a Drumhead Service in the Northern Meeting Park.

The bands are the Pipes and Drums of The Highlanders 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (4 SCOTS) and the Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

This video some of the highlights of the ceremony. Soldiers from the Regiment are shown marching through Inverness to the Northern Meeting Park for the ceremony. Also shown are the parade entering the park, the inspection, setting up the drum altar, the reading of the Freedom Award, and a fanfare.

The parade marches off to the Regiment's Quick March, Scotland the Brave.

Also on parade is the Regiment's mascot Lance Corporal Cruachan IV, a Shetland pony.

Parades were also held in Wick, Dingwall and Fort William the following day.

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