Fields of Honour
- The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada
- The 48th Highlanders of Canada Pipes and Drums
The Royal Regiment of Canada and The 48th Highlanders of Canada are two of the oldest Infantry Regiments in the Canadian Forces. Both Regiments are garrisoned in Toronto, Ontario, and, as such, their two bands have developed a bond of friendship that has lasted many years. The combination of brass and reed band playing with the pipes and drums is a unique sound, one that these two bands have developed into an art.
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|4||Bond of Friendship||3:45|
|6||Eriskay Love Lilt
|7||Branch Salute, McKenzie of Torridon||2:50|
|8||Hector the Hero||4:31|
|10||Finlay MacRae / Galacian Jig||4:34|
|13||Song for Mary||2:59|
|14||Fields of Honour||4:24|
|17||Rowan Tree / Hills of Alva||1:58|
|19||God Bless America
|20||Last Post / Auld Lang Syne
|21||The Maple Leaf Forever, Alberta Bound||2:56|
|22||Scotland the Brave / The Black Bear||1:27|