The Musik is one of the most important elements in a British regiment. Not only did they keep the men in step on long marches, their music gave those men something to think about other then how tired they were or, how badly their feet hurt. The Musik also acted as the circadian rhythm of the camp, playing different calls to tell the camp when to rise, when to eat, when to fall in and when to go to sleep, as well as alerting the men to the many other “chores” and “necessary goings on” the occurred in a British regiment.
If you are interested in becoming a musician, contact, Regimental Drum Major Joseph Siegel, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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