this special DVD presentation you can follow the Pipe band
of the SCOTS DG on an inspirational journey through some of
Scotlands premier locations. Led by Pipe Maj Bryon Brotherton
and Drum Maj Stuart Orr with the accompaniment of Military
and Ceilidh Bands, this high quality film production includes
breathtaking landscapes and scenes of Edinburgh Castle, Dunblane
Cathedral and The Palace of Holyroodhouse. The sound quality
of the DVD is equivalent to compact disc audio or better.
Royal Scots Dragoon Guards are Scotland's only Cavalry Regiment.
Formed from the Royal Scots Greys and the 3rd and 6th Dragoon
Guards, they have an unbroken history of over 320 years, including
service in the Crimea, Waterloo, South Africa, two World Wars,
the Gulf and Bosnia.
feature film is directed by Cliff Martin and produced by Dougie
Stevenson. The musical producer is Bill Garden and the musical
director is Captain Graham Jones MBE ARCM psm CA Mus.
What is DVD?
'DVD - Video' or to give it its
full name Digital Versatile Disc - Video, is a relatively
new format which comes on a metallic disc similar to a music
CD (Compact Disc). The advantages of DVD over traditional
video tape include;
- Much higher quality film and sound.
- Extended running times ..... so more content can be included.
- Hardwearing .... cannot be easily damaged or chewed up.
- Interactive features and links to the Internet can be included.
A DVD player is required to play the disc, although these
are widely available in supermarkets and are cheaper than
video tape players.
Will this DVD play in my country?
DVD Video is regionalised as a method
of identification and in order to control content. For your
convenience, the Highland Cathedral DVD comes as Region 'O',
meaning it will play in all countries. There are two main
video screen formats used across the world, NTSC and PAL.
This DVD presentation contains BOTH formats on one disc, so
you may order without concern.
I don't have a DVD player.
Can I get a tape instead?
Yes. This product is available on
video tape although you will not get the extended features
of the DVD presentation such as the gallery and biography.
There is also a CD and Cassette available here.