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Pakastani Pipe Band

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Published on Aug 6, 2007

Only at the worlds do you find a pipe band from Pakistan

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Omar Sharif
Its a testament to Pakistan's army that almost 70 years after the British left that the quality of their bands and their marching  is world class. Some traditions are a wonderful thing.
Marcel Y. Esmail
PAKISTAN ZINDABAD!!!!!!
Alexandra Porter
That Major has some really wicked moves :D 
Rizu Riz
Pakistan Army band always amazing... 
Alexandra Porter
The drums are first class.
Inge Noorda
Are thy actually playing on Pakistani made bagpipes? Since I read so much negative reaction on Pakinstani made bagpipes....
umer sultan
the sound is not recorded properly on the device with which the video is recorded. you can hear the distortion. rest, they are playing it properly
Rana Naru
Yes they are Pak is one of the largest manufacturers of Bagpipes... The quality would depend upon the manufacturer or how much you pay..
Syed Ali
our proud long live Pakistan .. thanks for sharing this video
Sajjad Ali
A great empire great army & great people only Pakistan.Pakistan zindabad.I love Pakistan pak army & people.
MrBagpipes1971
Yes John I understand that you have cut and paste your wee post but I am wondering how that is related to this Segano clown posting his drivel???
wwii pipeband
It's best not to compare Indian or Paki pipe bands to our Western bands. These bands have different standards, sounds, tuning, pitch, etc. Also, since this is a Pak military pipe band, these men are soldiers first, musicians second (unlike the army of civilian pipers and drummers that invade World's each year). Listen and simply enjoy the sound. Personally I love the high pitch as it brings back the sounds of World War Two when Indo-Pak-Ghurka soldiers served the British Empire.
Muhammad Mirza
wwii pipeband Amazing comment. Thank you very much for appreciation. Very happy after reading your comment.
Andrew Donlon
@CmGHaures It's the second part of A Hundred Pipers
Muhammad Mirza
Andrew Donlon yes. Thank you very much. It is still the march anthem for Frontier Force Regiment (Piffers) of Pakistan Army.
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