Who We Are
Military bagpipe bands in Scotland today are part of
the army, but also an important part of the pageantry of Scotland, encouraging tourism and reminding audiences of the
history of the British Isles. We share that goal of providing pageantry,
historical information, and entertainment to our clients here in Pennsylvania.
Our band has three basic
We wear black military sweaters, our
Royal Stewart and Black Watch kilts, hose tops, spats and dirks and Glengarry
with King's Crown badges. Horsehair sporrans and
pipe banners for all of our pipers in good weather.
khaki military short-sleeved shirts, our Royal Stewart and Black Watch kilts, hose tops, spats and
dirks and Glengarrys with King's Crown badges.
||In the rain
In light rain and drizzle we wear
Inverness Capes. In heavy rain we reserve the right to step out of
the line of march to protect our expensive uniforms. In the past
five years this has happened only one time and after a short spell on some
friendly neighbors' porches, we, and the rest of the parade, resumed the
In the beginning of the band
as many tartans as members
To Black Watch Next
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