Nova Scotia International Tattoo 2016 DVD
Relive the 2016 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in all its glory, with performing groups from Canada, Germany, Kenya, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom. This fast-paced, dynamic show included bands, choirs, singers, dancers, acrobats performing fire dances and trapeze tricks, sharp precision from military displays teams, and the ever popular pipes and drums from around the world.
The 2016 Tattoo commemorated two important military centennials: the No. 2 Construction Battalion, the first predominantly Canadian Black battalion, which was raised in Nova Scotia; and the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel, which occurred on July 1st 1916, and devastated the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
CANADA: Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Canadian Air Force Band, Canadian Armed Forces Composite Reserve Band; Pipes and Drums from; RCAF Band, 12 Wing Shearwater, 14 Wing Greenwood, 2 RCR Gagetown, 5 Canadian Division Support Group Gagetown, 1 Nova Scotia Highlanders, Atlantic Region Cadets, Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo/Black Watch Association (Atlantic),; Royal Canadian Navy Guard; RCMP National Ceremonial Troop; Tattoo Adult and Children’s Choirs; Tattoo Highland Dancers; Nova Scotia Irish Dancers; Tattoo Extras; Vocal Soloists Brenna Conrad, PO2 Brad Davidge, Marcel d’Entremont, Sgt David Grenon
GERMANY: Heeresmusikkorps Koblenz, Wachbataillon, The Flying Saxons, The Flying Grandpas
KENYA: Simba Zambezi Acrobats
NEW ZEALAND: City of Sails Pipe Band
SWITZERLAND: Swiss Highlanders Pipes & Drums
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: United States Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team, vocalist Ralph B. Ashburn, Jr.
UNITED KINGDOM: British Brass
INTERNATIONAL: North America Brass Band Summer School
Canada, 2016, Color, 100 minutes.
NTSC Region 0 encoding (Entire World)