Military Band History Military Band History Royal Air Force Band in Canada This amazing photo was taken in....1928! The band were visiting the Rockies. All of these men will be dead long ago... 75675247 Royal Scots KH Inspection Bandmaster Colin Reeves. The bass trombone was an American! A vague family connection with Scotland got him in... 75675957 Queens Own Highlanders (Camerons and Seaforths) At an exhibition in Denmark. Bandmaster Barry Langton. About 1967. 75676334 Lowland Band of the Scottish Division Formed in 1994 and disappeared pretty quickly thereafter! DOM was Calum Gray and Bandmaster Tony Clarke. 75676428 The Band of the Black Watch In Aberdeen. 75676820 Royal Scots All Scots Div Bands went to Edinburgh Castle on this day for a PR photoshoot. In this photo are Ian Falconer, Charlie Duncanson, David Nelson, Mick and Dave Hardman etc. 75676901 Edinburgh and Leith Postal Band Honorary conductor was...Charles Godfrey. Taken about 1910. 75677403 Royal Green Jackets Band At Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. 75679727 2nd West Kent Regimental Band How things used to be done! This is a concert programme from 1920. The contents are pretty heavy and the band must have been very good to have delivered this sort of stuff. 75680059 Queen's Own Highlanders Cornet section. 75680587 The Royal Scots A PR photo taken in Germany. Bandmaster is the late WO1(BM) Bryan Briggs-Watson. A very kind man responsible for encouraging many young people into a lifelong interest in music through his thoughtful words, charisma and manners. The band still carries an Eb clarinet in this photo-and did so well into the 1980s. Bryan was Band Sergeant Major of the Highland Light Infantry Band then Royal Highland Fusiliers in 1959 before going on to train as a student bandmaster. Eventually became a Lieutenant Colonel in the Omani music services. Retired to Lincolnshire. Died in October 2012. 93924123