The music of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Band is familiar to most, if not all citizens of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and part of the long history of the Regiment. 

The Band's instruments were destroyed by artillery fire on the beaches of Suvla (Gallipoli) Sept 20 1915.

During the week of September 24, 1917, a week that was designated "Newfoundland Week" in London, England, the band played concerts at several venues throughout the city, including Buckingham Palace.

At the ceremony marking the declaration of Beaumont Hamel Memorial Park as a Canadian National Historic Site, the first outside Canada, Our band played proudly as they marched onto that very special ground..

Todays band maintains a busy schedule, but perhaps most notable is their leading the First Battalion through the streets of St. John's each Memorial Day and Armistice Day.

The links below are selections from the CD made to commemorate the 200th birthday of the Regiment in 1995.  You'll need a fairly recent version of RealPlayer to hear these.

Canada on the March Standard of St. George NFLD Volunteers Pride of Princes Street
Garb of Old Gaul
Regimental Slow March
The Atlantic Guardian Army of the Nile Newfoundland Waltz Medley
Cape St. Mary's Dumbarton's Drums
Royal Scots March Past
Waltzing Matilda
New South Wales March Past
Ode to Newfoundland
The Banks of Newfoundland
Regimental March Past