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posted 18 August 2021 20:01      Profile for echo     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
o btw.
argyll,the bands played great at grad.
i think "I" coy was the only coy who yelled "oy" to the highland laddie.


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posted 20 August 2021 09:37      Profile for Argyll_2347   Email Argyll_2347   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Thanks Major. congratulations on top cadet in the coy! That tune that you shout for is called Black Bear. I was a pipe Cpl. for the parade. I was on the corner of the pipers closest to your company. I had the Black Watch kilt, spats, diced read a white hose (socks), and that massive sporran with six white things.

Congratulations again.



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posted 20 August 2021 11:40      Profile for Soldier of Fortune   Email Soldier of Fortune   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I can see why WO Gotier got chapped, he was an ******* (in my opinion), I didnt have very good experiences with him.

Congradulations on being the top Cadet.

One day I was going to get MCpl but our tent got introuble because of a couple of retards that were making noise and disgusting comments in my tent so our whole tent got punished.

Sgt. Oneil was like a midget. Some ****ed up kid in my tent asked her out. She hatted almost everybody (at least from my experiences with her).

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posted 26 August 2021 17:31      Profile for echo     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
i was o'neils favourite.
there weren't a lotta stupid/retard ppl at camp,just ppl who make a lotta foolish decisions
(of course there were still a FEW ppl who were stupid/retards)

im SO goin back next year

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posted 26 August 2021 18:03      Profile for echo     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
argyll,
could u give me the names of the peices that Kilo coy played at grad(if u still remember)


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posted 26 August 2021 18:10      Profile for echo     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
argyll,
could u give me the names of the peices that Kilo coy played at grad(if u still remember)


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Did you play the same songs at both Grad?
Echo-If the case was that some people just made bad decisions, then they made everything they did a bad decision.


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posted 27 August 2021 13:43      Profile for Argyll_2347   Email Argyll_2347   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Here's what I know we played:

-Bonnie Dundee/ Steamboat (6/8)
-Skye Boat Song (6/8 Slow March)
-Marie's Wedding/Barren Rocks of Aden/Captain Cook's March (2/4)
-Green Hills of Tyrol/When the Battle is Over (3/4)
-Scotland the Brave/Rowan Tree/Auld Hoose (4/4)
-Black Bear (Hornpipe)

The competition set for the demonstration was:
-Murdo's Wedding (2/4)
-Sweet Maid of Glendarul (2/4)
-Captain Cook's March (4/4)
-Battle of Waterloo (not sure of the time signature)
-Rowan Tree (4/4)
-Steamboat (6/8)

Those are the tunes! The first list are some of the standard tunes for levels and we probably played at the other graduation parades.



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posted 31 August 2021 20:53      Profile for echo     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
thanks argyll.
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