Videos tagged with "bands"
Pipe bands parade in Perth. QEII Diamond Jubilee Day [03:22]
Queen's diamond Jubilee day in the City of Perth.
Scottish Highland Gathering Strathardle Perthshire Scotland [02:07]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of the Scottish Highland Gathering in Strathardle on visit to Kirkmichael, Perthshire. A traditional games with Scottish dancing, pipe bands, shot put, caber toss, agricultural show and much more.
Arrival Scotland DiaryPt2 [03:58]
Part 2 of 7. Travels through Europe I DO NOT OWN RIGHTS TO THIS SONG "The Modern Leper" by Frightened Rabbits. Album: "The Midnight Organ Fight" 2008. Fatcat Records. (I am not making money from this video or song, I am just a big Frightened Rabbits fan. I encourage everyone to purchase this music (as I did) from a legal source so great bands like these can continue to make great music. YouTube, please don't take down this video. Thanks!)
Queen's Diamond Jubilee Parade - Part 1 of 2 (Leaving the park) [58:06]
This walk comprised of bands from all over Scotland who converged at Airdrie in deepest Lanarkshire to celebrate HM Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee.
Autumn Drive In The Rain To Haunted Glamis Castle Angus Scotland [01:40]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of a drive in the rain to visit haunted Glamis Castle in Angus region. Glamis Castle has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century, though the present building dates largely from the 17th century. Glamis was the childhood home of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who married King George VI, and was later known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her second daughter, Princess Margaret, was born there. In 1540 King James V, born 1512, died 1542, cruelly confiscated Glamis Castle and had Lady Janet Douglas, Later Lady Campbell after her husbands death in 1528, widow of 6th Lord Glamis, imprisoned under suspicion of being a witch. Lady Janet, her son and many of her servants were tortured into confessing her witchcraft and Lady Janet was brutally burned alive at the stake at Edinburgh Castle on the 17th July 1537. Her ghost known as the 'White Lady' has haunted the castle ever since. Janet's brother was the step-father of King James V, James hated him and this led to a hatred of all the Douglas family, and hence the death of Lady Janet Douglas. There is also a mysterious 'Grey Lady' who roams the castle and the grounds, this may be the ghost of Lady Janet. It is reported that more than one hundred people who were present in the castle on one occasion all saw her casually glide past them. Inside the castle there is said to be a secret room where two nobleman played cards with the devil himself. It is said that the 2nd Lord of Glamis known as Earl ...