Changing The Queen’s Guard – Grenadier Guards Band + Corps of Drums – 10 June 2015

By | March 23, 2018

The Band of the Grenadier Guards accompanying the New Guard, on this day found by 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, from Wellington Barracks to Buckingham Palace for Changing the Queen’s Guard on 10 June 2015. After the ceremony, the Band accompanies the Old Guard, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, back to Wellington Barracks.
1st Battalion Grenadier Guards Corps of Drums accompanying the Old Guard, St James’s Palace Detachment, on this day found by 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, from St James’s Palace to Buckingham Palace. After the ceremony, the Corps of Drums accompanies the New Guard, St James’s Palace Detachment, to St James’s Palace.
You will see that both the Old and New Guards carry their respective 1st Battalion Queen’s Colour (predominantly crimson colour flag) as the Queen is in residence. When The Queen is not is residence, the 1st Battalion Regimental Colour (the Union flag with Regimental devices superimposed) is carried.
10 June is the birthday of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and consequently Drum Major WO2 Bob Bainbridge, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, wears State Dress. There was also a 41 Gun Salute in the adjacent Green Park by King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery.

20 thoughts on “Changing The Queen’s Guard – Grenadier Guards Band + Corps of Drums – 10 June 2015

  1. Eugene Bigay. 1990 American Skaters

    Isn't killing bear for fur hats cruel

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  2. Semaj Bronson

    Sergeant Harry Sutton, Grenadier Guards leading the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards Corps of Drums

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  3. Jaime Edgardo Bugueño Saez

    Impercionante muestra de elegancia , respeto de las tradiciones y diciplina felicitaciones mis respetos y admiracion saludos desde Chile.

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  4. Rob Tro

    Hey David Bosun…it's called tradition and history. your comment is so damned stupid.

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  5. Private London Tours

    So cool! We've got a video on our channel of them doing the Star Wars theme tune!

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  6. MisterTofu

    What do they say to make the guard run up to the front? And what is the purpose of that?

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  7. Wheal Kernow

    The band advancing at the slow march to "Men of Harlech" gave me chills. Magnificent.

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  8. Дмитрий Ягодкин

    Good afternoon. Please tell me how is called the March to the 8.00 minute?

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  9. Aisling Michaela O'Neill

    Police officer with his hands in his pockets as the Colour leaves the Palace. 😡

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  10. Natewatl

    Such a pathetic joke: carrying on an English "tradition" for the entertainment of the Teutonic dynasty that has held its jackboot on the neck of the fine British people for centuries now. All told, a pathetic minstrel show.

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  11. Sandra Rocha

    alguém que gosto e aprendi a respeitar faz parte destes valentes soldados,sinto sua falta amigo,reconheci seu rosto na marcha.Respeito e admiração sempre.

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  12. slap777me

    On Cornet /trumpet -Benny Beavis –an Aussie lad– About as good as tehy come.. Fantastic muso — Great bloke..

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  13. Semaj Bronson

    Senior Band Sergeant Major WO1 Andrew Woods, Grenadier Guards (Trombone)

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  14. Semaj Bronson

    Drum Major WO2 Bob Bainbridge, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards

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