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After a Marching Tune

#1
Good Evening All,

I am trying to find the correct name or a place to download a British Military Marching tune.

I think it was used in the Film "Waterloo" and "Stand up Virgin Soldiers"

It think it is called, "Lilly Balero" or something similar.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards

Birddog
 
#3
smudge67 said:
Lilly Bolero is the REME corps marching tune.

It's here under the corps quick march download:

http://www.army.mod.uk/bands/reme/downloads.htm
BBC World Service plays that before hourly news bulletins (used to be a brass arrangement but sometime over the last 15-20 years changed to a softer less militaristic string arrangement so as not to offend Al Qaeda or North Korea) Edit: just had a quick listen to World Service on the internet and they seem to have dropped it completely now.

http://www.portabletubes.co.uk/sitefiles/lilibulero.wav

Halfway through the REME march it changes to a French march called I think "Apres de ma Blonde". Why?
 
#5
And for those on here old enough to remember, it was played by the BBC during WW2 right after the 9pm news, to introduce the feature 'Into Battle'.

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