Top Secret Drum Corps Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2009

The outstanding Swiss Top Secret Drum Corps recorded at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in August 2009.

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Prodigy – The Day is my Enemy.

The track also includes additional drumming performance provided by the Switzerland based drum corps, Top Secret Drum Corps.

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The Massed Pipes and Drums | Edinburgh Military Tattoo – BBC

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The sounds of the Massed Pipes and Drums welcome you to 2013’s Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Spectacular annual variety show with military bands and hundreds of performers from around the world, set against the iconic backdrop of Edinburgh Castle

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Highland Cathedral Live Deutschland Tattoo @Royal Music Show

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Filmed in Ludwigsburg Germany December 2019
Arrangement by Major Jason Griffiths for Royal Music Show.
Composition by Ulli Roever and Michael Korb Berlin Kladow.

Vocals: Ella Roberts and Maeve MacKinnon

Das Deutschland Tattoo – Royal Music Show ist ein Musikspektakel der Extraklasse: Die Pipers Of The World sowie die besten internationalen Marching Bands präsentieren in farbenfrohen und prächtigen Uniformen atemberaubende Choreografien, die präzise auf ihre Musik abgestimmt sind. Klassische Militär-Märsche gibt es hier genauso wie packende Shows der Pipes & Drum-Szene.

Die ersten Deutschland-Tattoo-Shows fanden 2011 auf der legendären Loreley sowie 2013 und 2014 in der Gelsenkirchener Arena Auf Schalke statt. Dabei wurde der Grundstein des Festivals fĂĽr Militärmusikfans gelegt. Seitdem pilgerten hunderttausende Besucherinnen und Besucher zu dem Event, um sich britische Militärmusik und sagenhafte Show-Orchester anzusehen. “Military tattoo” kommt ursprĂĽnglich aus dem englischsprachigen Raum und bedeutet soviel wie “Zapfenstreich”. Damit ist der Zeitpunkt gemeint, an dem die Soldaten in ihren Quartieren bleiben sollen. Dieser Befehl wurde von den Garnisonsmusikern ausgefĂĽhrt. Die Bedeutung der Worte gehen auf den niederländischen Ausdruck „(Doe den) tap toe“ zurĂĽck, auf Deutsch etwa „(schlieĂźt den) Zapfhahn“. Besonders gespannt dĂĽrfen die Gäste auf das grandiose Finale der Veranstaltung sein. Dabei musizieren alle Bands zusammen unter der Leitung des Directors of Music und bringen die Arena zum Beben.

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Deutschland Tattoo march-in Pipers Of The World Massed Pipes – Royal Music Show

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March-in of the Massed Pipes and Drums “Pipers Of The World”. Deutschland Military Tattoo Gelsenkirchen Germany “Auf Schalke” Veltins-Arena (Sports Facility)

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Backstage at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

I filmed this on the last night of the 2019 show. It’s a Saturday, so we have two shows and that means the first one was bright enough to film what goes on behind the scenes.
We start by powering up the lighting desks and testing all the lights, do maintenance if needed and then at 6pm when the castle closes to the public we install the smoke machines and lighting that are in the public areas and do a final pre-show walk round of all the lighting.
Then we have tea/coffee and maintain any faulty lights we swapped out.
When the show is due to begin the 12 followspot operators man their spots and we head down to hand out the radio controlled rechargeable light batons that are used in this show.
That’s where this video starts:- We used to get the dancers to shout out their number to get their LED baton, but in this instance Steve is trying to remember their numbers.

Sorry for the extreme audio. It’s a VERY loud show and I had my normal microphone in at the beginning. In the later sections I was using the phones own microphone.

The sword I’m holding in the thumbnail was won by Gerry our lighting designer for the spectacular programming he does on this show. It’s a Knights of Illumination sword. Basically the Oscars of the British lighting industry.

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