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The Royal Irish Rangers - Faugh A Ballagh Album

Performer:

The Royal Irish Rangers

Title:

Faugh A Ballagh

Genre:

Military / Country

MP3 album size:

2402 mb

Label:

Music Masters

Rating:

4.2

Style:

Military, Celtic

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1981

Catalog:

MM 0578

The Royal Irish Rangers - Faugh A Ballagh Album

Tracklist

1The Royal Irish RangersQuick March - Grandioso
2The Royal Irish RangersPipes And Drums
3The Royal Irish RangersFanfare - Colonel Of The Regiment
4The Royal Irish RangersFantasia - Soldiers
5The Royal Irish RangersAir - Second Movement From The New Baroque Suite
6The Royal Irish RangersTheme Music From 'Dallas'
7The Royal Irish RangersSlow March - Endearing Young Charms And Eileen Allanah
8Irish Folk TrioCrooked Jack
Performer – B. Coulton, Sgt. D. Jackson, L/Cpl. J. Frame
9The Royal Irish RangersFanfare - Lt. Col. R. N. Wheeler
10The Royal Irish RangersQuick March - Off, Off, Said The Stranger
11The Royal Irish RangersDrum Salute
12The Royal Irish RangersRegimental March - Killaloe
13The Royal Irish RangersRanger's Retreat
14Irish Folk TrioMountain Tae
Performer – B. Coulton, Sgt. D. Jackson, L/Cpl. J. Frame

Credits

  • ProducerMichael John
  • Recorded ByRichard Millard

Companies

  • Record Company – Music Masters Ltd
  • Recorded At – Audio International Studios
  • Printed By – Senol

Album

Faugh a Ballgh - 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Rangers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Faugh a Ballagh is a battle cry of Irish origin, meaning clear the way. The spelling is an 18th-century anglicization of the Irish language phrase Fág an Bealach , also written Fág a' Bealach. Its first recorded use as a regimental motto was by the 87th Prince of Wales's Irish Regiment of Foot who later became the Royal Irish Fusiliers in 1798. It remains the motto of the Royal Irish Regiment today. The Royal Irish Regiment is an Irish Infantry Regiment within the British Army. They're highly trained and experienced soldiers capable of humanitarian, peacekeeping and front-line Royal Irish Rangers. Album: Faugh A Ballagh. Style: Military, Celtic. The Royal Irish Rangers. Slow March - Endearing Young Charms And Eileen Allanah. Ranger's Retreat. Regimental March - Killaloe. Faugh-A-Ballagh: Royal Irish, Vol. This first volume of four in The Royal Irish Series finds the band, with its bugles, pipes, and drums, playing a lot of traditional Celtic and British folk music, including such familiar tunes as The Minstrel Boy and Danny Boy. The arrangements are varied, from a sole bagpipe player to a full band, so it doesn't just sound like a St. Patrick's Day parade all the way through. This is the most traditional of the four volumes, however, and delivers more of the sort of Irish music one would expect than subsequent volumes. Album 2004 18 Songs. Faugh-A-Ballagh, Vol. The Royal Irish Regiment. Worldwide 2004. Scotland the Brave. Various Artists. The Royal Irish Rangers 27th Inniskilling, 83rd and 87th was a regular infantry regiment of the British Army with a relatively short existence, formed in 1968 and later merged with the Ulster Defence Regiment in 1992 to form the Royal Irish Regiment. The Royal Irish Rangers came into being on 1 July 1968 through the amalgamation of the three regiments of the North Irish Brigade: the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, the Royal Ulster Rifles and the Royal Irish Fusiliers. The date was initially known as. TITLE added to MP3 cart. Faugh-a-ballagh: The Royal Irish Series, Volume One. The Band, Bugles, Pipes & Drums of The Royal Irish Regiment. February 5, 2008. Exclusive Prime pricing. Please retry. Faugh A Ballagh. Regimental colours of the Royal Irish Regiment IV in St. Macartin's Cathedral carrying the motto Faugh A Ballagh. Faugh a Ballagh ˌfɔːx ə ˈbæləx FAWKH ə BAL-əkh also written Faugh an Beallach is a battle cry of Irish origin, meaning clear the way. Its first recorded use as a regimental motto was by the 87th Prince of Wales's Irish Regiment of Foot who later became the. Listen free to The Royal Irish Rangers Pipes 24 Marches: Ensign Keogh, All The Way To Galway, Set of Regimental Duty Tunes: The Dawning of the Day, The Rakes of Mallow, Father O'Flynn, The Dublin Jig, Clarke's Dragoons, The Men of the West and more. 10 tracks 34:07

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