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The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards’ Pipes and Drums

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards’ Pipes and Drums — “a section of pipers (playing the Great Highland Bagpipe), a section of snare drummers… several tenor drummers and usually one, though occasionally two, bass drummers.” 

With a history that is over 300 years old, the SCOTS DG regiment’s Pipes and Drums was established in the 1920s and more officially in the 1940s. Between deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, they have more recently released albums and have toured widely, performing in concerts and parades.

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