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The Midland Band Of The Royal Air Force - The Newcomers Passing Out Parade (Swinderby Style) album download

The Midland Band Of The Royal Air Force - The Newcomers Passing Out Parade (Swinderby Style) album download

Performer: The Midland Band Of The Royal Air Force
Title: The Newcomers Passing Out Parade (Swinderby Style)
Style: Military
Released: 1973
Size MP3 version: 1423 mb
Size FLAC version: 1379 mb
Size WMA version: 1999 mb
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Genre: Military

The Midland Band Of The Royal Air Force - The Newcomers Passing Out Parade (Swinderby Style) album download


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The Newcomers' is a recording made at RAF Swinderby of one of these parades and serves as a souvenir for the many Newcomers who have passed through the 'Gates' (the Station Motto is Haec Porta, Moenia Viri; these are the gates, the Men are the walls) and on, inevitably along the Foss Way, to life as airmen in the Royal Air Force. It is appropriate that the music should be played by the Midland Band of the Royal Air Force for, amongst it's many engagements, the Band provides the essential 'beat' for the weekly Passing Out Parade at Swinderby.

Royal Air Force Swinderby or more simply RAF Swinderby was a Royal Air Force station airfield opened in 1940, one of the last of the stations completed under the RAF's expansion plans started in the 1930s. It was built near the village of Swinderby, Lincolnshire just off the south east side of the A46 (the Fosse Way) between Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire and Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. YouTube Encyclopedic. Passing out parade in November 1971. RAF Midland Band, November 1971. Information board outside the new village hall, 2013. Memorial to the Polish Bomber Squadrons outside the new village hall, 2013. Passing Out Parade, The Newcomers, Swinderby Style, Record Number CS 7095. "RAF Swinderby Memorial Dedication". Jefford 1988, p. 41.

Royal Air Force Hereford Supply Trade Trainees by Glenn Johnson. Living On Vikki's Earnings by Glenn Johnson. Based on a true story and set in 1976, as 17 year Clem Harrison makes a life changing decision to join the Royal Air Force, and is posted to RAF Swinderby for a six weeks recruitment training programme, that is tough to say the least. He faces the challenges head on with a positive mental attitude.

The air forces of the United Kingdom – the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm, the Army's Army Air Corps and the Royal Air Force use a roundel, a circular identification mark, painted on aircraft to identify them to other aircraft and ground forces. In one form or another, it has been used on British military aircraft from 1915 to the present.

Central Band of the Royal Air Force. The Central Band of the Royal Air Force is an RAF regular band and is part of Royal Air Force Music Services. The motto of the band is Aere Invicti (Latin for Invincible with the Brass). Music has always been an integral part of military life and since its formation in 1920, the Central Band of the Royal Air Force has boasted a proud and distinguished heritage. по названию по исполнителю. Barrie Hingley, The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force – Onward and Upward. Barrie Hingley, The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force – British Grenadiers. Central Band Of The Royal Air Force – Reach For The Sky. 5:02. Central Band Of The Royal Air Force – Pomp And Circumstance No. 4. 2:05. Central Band of the Royal Air Force – Queen Mary's Funeral March. Barrie Hingley, The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force – Dixie. Imogen Holst/Central Band of the Royal Air Force – Suite No. 2 in F, O. 8/H. The station closed on 17 December 1993. March, Peter R. (1998). Brace by Wire to Fly-By-Wire – 80 Years of the Royal Air Force 1918–1998. RAF Fairford: Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund Enterprises. p. 160. ISBN 1-899808-06-X.

Album · 1997 · 20 Songs. By Richard Comello - The Band of the Belgian Air Force & Alain Crépin. By Harm Evers - The Band of the Royal Netherlands Air Force & Lex van Diepen. By Tony Jabovski - The Band of the Royal Netherlands Air Force & Lex van Diepen. The Band of the Belgian Air Force & Alain Crépin. 8. Holiday on Jamaica. By Hans Fillinger - The Band of the Belgian Air Force & Alain Crépin.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Arrival Music: The Newcomers
Composed By – Hingley*
A2 March To Parade: The Jolly Airman
Composed By – Beechfield-Carter*
A3 March On: Holyrood (March Of The RAF Regiment)
Composed By – Alford*
A4 Arrival Of Reviewing Officer: General Salute
Composed By – Sims*
A5 Inspection: Haec Porta, Moenia Viri (These Are The Gates, The Men Are The Walls)
Composed By – Hingley*
A6 March Past By Flights In Column: Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines
Composed By – Goodwin*
B1 March Past In Close Column Of Flights: Royal Air Force March Past
Composed By – Davies*
B2 Return To Receiving Base: Strike Command
Composed By – Hutchinson*
B3 Advance To Review Order: General Salute
Composed By – Sims*
B4 Presentation Of Prizes: Ad Astra
Composed By – Loeffler*
B5 March Off In Slow Time: The Royal Artillery Slow March; Auld Lang Syne
Composed By – Traditional
B6 Support Squadron March Past: RAF School Of Recruit Training
Composed By – Traditional
B7 Departure Music: The Foss Way
Composed By – Hingley*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Feldman
  • Published By – Boosey
  • Published By – Miller Music

Credits

  • Directed By – Director Of Music Flying Officer H. B. Hingley, MBE, LRAM, ARCM*
  • Engineer – Billy Lyall
  • Producer – Bryce Laing

Notes

ABOUT THE RECORD: All RAF recruits undertake a six week basic training course at the School of Recruit Training, RAF Swinderby, to qualify as airmen. Successful completion of the course is marked by a Passing Out Parade, the form of which has remained the same over many years.

'The Newcomers' is a recording made at RAF Swinderby of one of these parades and serves as a souvenir for the many Newcomers who have passed through the 'Gates' (the Station Motto is Haec Porta, Moenia Viri; these are the gates, the Men are the walls) and on, inevitably along the Foss Way, to life as airmen in the Royal Air Force.

It is appropriate that the music should be played by the Midland Band of the Royal Air Force for, amongst it's many engagements, the Band provides the essential 'beat' for the weekly Passing Out Parade at Swinderby. (Taken from vinyl sleeve)

The tracklisting works as follows, each track has two parts; the first being the part of the parade, the second is the accompanying music.

Publishers:
MCPS (Tracks A1, A4, A5, B3, B7)
Feldman (Track A2)
Boosey (Track A3, B1, B2, B4, B5, B6)
Miller Music (Track A6)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side A): CS 7095 A3 MA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side B): CS 7095 B/3 NA
  • Rights Society: MCPS
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