Armed Forces Day 2022, Scarborough

Salvation Army (Regent Hall) London - Lunchtime Concert

Changing of the Guard - Buckingham Palace, 11:00am

Central Band of the RAF 

  • Monday 4th July - MOUNT
  • Tuesday 5th July - DISMOUNT
  • Wednesday 6th July – MOUNT 
  • Thursday 7th July - DISMOUNT
  • Friday 8th July – MOUNT 
  • Saturday 9th July - DISMOUNT
  • Sunday 10th July – MOUNT 
  • Monday 11st July – DISMOUNT 
  • Tuesday 12th July – MOUNT  
  • Wednesday 13th July - DISMOUNT
  • Thursday 14th July - MOUNT
  • Friday 15th July - DISMOUNT
  • Saturday 16th July - MOUNT
  • Sunday 17th July - DISMOUNT

RAF Music celebrates The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022

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Leap Day

Composed by Adrian Quince

Performed by the Central Band of the Royal Air Force

 

Leap Day is a fantasia for band dedicated to February 29. Coming only once every four years, the leap day on our calendar offers an interesting occasion to pause and consider how much our lives and the world have changed in the last four years. Featuring dynamic rhythms, the piece centres on an energetic fanfare which returns periodically. Between these are episodes which illustrate the frequent ups and downs of modern life.

Leap Day

Composed by Adrian Quince

Performed by the Central Band of the Royal Air Force

 

Leap Day is a fantasia for band dedicated to February 29. Coming only once every four years, the leap day on our calendar offers an interesting occasion to pause and consider how much our lives and the world have changed in the last four years. Featuring dynamic rhythms, the piece centres on an energetic fanfare which returns periodically. Between these are episodes which illustrate the frequent ups and downs of modern life.

Soldier On!

Composed by Flight Lieutenant Michael Parsons

Performed by the Band of the RAF College

 

In 2015, the charity Soldier On! launched the competition for a quick march composition entitled ‘Soldier On!’. Competition winner Flight Lieutenant Michael Parsons, Director of Music of the Band of the RAF Regiment entry is performed on the steps of College Hall Officers’ Mess, RAF College Cranwell.

Saeculum

Composed by Senior Aircraftman Matthew Leach

Performed by RAF Music Services

 

The RAF Music Services perform Senior Aircraftman Matthew Leach piece 'Saeculum', meaning 'Century' in Latin. Matthew won the RAF Slow March competition, to celebrate a century of music in the RAF, and the piece will be performed in public for the first time at the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Buckingham Palace, in January 2022.

Tornado To The Last

Composed by Andrew Stevens

Conducted by Squadron Leader Richard Murray

Performed by the Band of the RAF College

Moonlight Serenade

Composed by Glenn Miller

Performed by the RAF Squadronaires

Flying Home

Composed by Lionel Hampton

Performed by the RAF Shades of Blue

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