Officers and men of the KOSB in an impressive march past Holyrood Palace, their last time before merging with the Royal Scots.
Playing at their final parade Holyrood, Edinburgh.
Newtongrange Silver Band playing Heart of Oak to commemorate the Royal Navy's part in the Battle of Jutland, 1916
Newtongrange Silver Band playing a classic Welsh tune of warriors going to war - Men of Harlech.
Newtongrange Silver Band playing Old Comrades / Alte Kameraden to commemorate British and Germans killed at Amiens, 1918
Newtongrange Silver Band playing Hearts of Glory, their tribute to the 16th Royal Scots, McCrae's Battalion who suffered severe casualties on the 1st of July,1916
The 4th Royal Scots march through Hawick on their way to camp, accompanied by their Bandsmen and Pipe Band.
Played by Newtongrange Silver Band.
Tipperary, Who's your lady friend, Keep the home fires burning, Pack up your troubles in your Old Kit Bag played by Newtongrange Silver Band.
1990 WW1 based Commonwealth Games Auckland Promo video
Montage of scenes from Murder on the Hill and Soldier's return WW1 documentaries.
A moving song by Alan Brydon performed live at Passchendaele