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The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band's albums. 2011 pop. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band: Best songs. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band - The Alanbrooke Fanfare Change in Time, 2011 00:39. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band - Jubilee Overture Change in Time, 2011 06:39. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band - Elvis Presley - His Golden Hits Change in Time, 2011 09:38. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band - Film Theme from ET Change in Time, 2011 09:02. The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band - Marianne Change in Time, 2011 04:14.
The Royal Artillery Band – тема. The Battle of the Atlantic - Massed Bands 50th Anniversary Salute. 2017 Bandleader Recordings. Released on: 2017-07-07.
Music of the Four Countries. A Toast Unto Her Majesty 1977. Queen Elizabeth March.
4th Regiment Royal Artillery, Thirsk, North Yorkshire. Alanbrooke Barracks, Topcliffe (2,465. 62 km) YO7 3 Thirsk, North Yorkshire. Armed forces · Government organisation.
The 4th Regiment Royal Artillery is a regiment of the Royal Artillery in the British Army. It was formed in 1939 as 4th Regiment Royal Horse Artillery before being redesignated in 1961. It is currently based at Alanbrooke Barracks in Topcliffe and serves in the light field artillery role, equipped with 105mm Light Guns. The regiment's tactical groups direct air, rocket, and artillery support from other formations, services, or allies.
The Alanbrooke Fanfare song from the album Change In Time is released on May 2011. The duration of song is 0:39. This song is sung by The Royal Artillery Alanbrooke Band.
In every battle for over 300 years - Ubique. The Royal Artillery provides firepower to the British Army. We're responsible for finding the enemy using a variety of high-tech equipment and then when we need to, striking them using everything from explosive shells to advanced precision rockets. The Royal Artillery Historical Society (RAHS) exists to encourage and promote an interest in the organisation, equipment and history of the Royal Artillery (RA) in particular and gunnery in general. Membership is open to all serving and retired, regular and reserve and volunteer ranks of the RA. Applications from others for affiliate membership of the society should be made in writing to the secretary and supported in writing by a full member. The subscription is £15 per year. Alanbrooke Barracks, Topcliffe, Thirsk, North Yorks, YO7 3EY 010.
British Grenadiers, Voice Of The Guns (Quick); The Royal Artillery Slow March colloquially known as The Duchess of Kent (Slow); The Keel Row (Trot); "Bonnie Dundee" (Canter). The Royal Irish Artillery was absorbed into the RA in 1801. During 1805, the Royal Military Academy moved to Woolwich Common. In 1819, the Rotunda was given to the regiment by the Prince Regent to celebrate end of the Napoleonic Wars. It was originally built in St. James's Park as the outer casing of the tent in which the Prince Regent entertained the Allied sovereigns in 1814. In 1832, the regimental motto, Ubique Quo Fas Et Gloria Ducunt ("Everywhere That Right And Glory Lead"; in Latin fas implies "sacred duty"), was granted.
|A1||Voice Of The Guns|
|A2||The Triumph Of Right|
|A4||Steadfast And True|
|A5||On The Square|
|A6||Post Horn Gallop|
|B2||Sons Of The Brave|
|B5||Parade Of The Champions|
|B6||Regimental Music / British Grenadiers / Keel Row / Bonnie Dundee / Royal Artillery Slow March|