Discussion in 'REME' started by All_I_Want, Dec 4, 2008.
Does anyone have the mp3 of this and is so could you send it to me?
Try "Lillibulero download" in google.
Is there any truth in the rumour that this became our corps march because General Rowcroft thought it was a damn fine tune?
It was one of the tunes played when we surrenderd at Yorktown, the other was" World turned upside down" the music to witch has been now lost in history
Did not want to pay for it from napster when so many people must have it.
Nope, not there. I need the mp3 not the lyrics.
It's on the corps website. If I remember rightly it's under the band section.
If you want the audio in mp3 format from this, or any version you find on youtube pm me and I will send it you
aka "When the Kings Enjoys His Own Again" = available on This Site or on this CD or This one.
I thought Lillibullero was chosen as the Corps Quick March as it is played at the start of the news on the BBC World Service (As in REME provides a worldwide service also...) I guess the answer will be in 'Craftsmen of the Army' but I don't have a copy.
Wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lillibullero#External_links
Could someone point me in the direction of the jackety sax? Seems much more appropriate.
(which came from http://www.4shared.com/account/file/59692157/1f138bf4/16_Lillibulero.html )
Thanks all I have a copy now.
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