London’s Most Requested Military Brass Marching Band
24th Invicta Military Brass Band is London’s Most Requested Commercial Military Marching Brass Band. A firm favourite for major events, commemorations & community parades in London, the rest of the UK and travelling to the Continent too. The band performs in sporting events, premier league football matches(Chelsea Brass), rugby, community parades, summer outdoor fundraising charity walks, runs, Asian weddings and various Royal-themed events.
Below are a few samples of their work. The band members are professionals, experienced in all required environments (live or recording), thus providing clients with their desired result and effect from the performances.
Videos – Product Launches, Community Events, Parades, Commercials, Sporting Events & Regular TV Appearances.
Client Reviews & Testimonials
The band were fantastic!
All went really well and as planed – here a link to our client’s Facebook page (scroll down to the 13th May) so you can see how they started 🙂
Thanks again for your help and we know where to come the next time we need a band!
Please accept my apologies for not writing sooner.
I wanted to thank you for the excellent performance of you and the band at our conference. You read the requirements exactly right and the impact was better than we could have wanted.
In case you wondered why there was a bit of laughter and calling out please see the attached film (look on the left of screen) to explain this. One of our people was trying to attract the attention of “Brains” to let him know his microphone was inside his lab coat – and had an accident.
Anyway the event was a great success and no bones were broken!
Please pass on my thanks to all concerned
Just to say many thanks for the band on Friday. They were excellent and we will certainly bear them in mind when we start planning our next event. Please pass our thanks on to them.
I hope you are well.
I just wanted to drop you an email to say a massive thank you for providing the MFL marching/ brass band for our event in Deal. They did a tremendous job, and everyone at the event thought they were a huge success.
Please can you pass on our gratitude to the rest of the band.Suzzanne
Repertoire List (Some of the Bands Repertoire Please Request for the Full Repertoire)
Standard of St. George
Army of the Nile
All British Regimental and Corps marches are also available for Millitary Mess Dinner Nights.
Colonel Bogey – K.Alford
Rule Britannia (A Patriotic Suite) – arr.M.MacKinnon
The Liberty Bell – J.P.Sousa
The Stars and Stripes Forever – J.P.Sousa
The Thunderer – J P Sousa
The Washington Post – J.P.Sousa
Famous American marches when required
Static performance music
Don’t Stop Me Now
Its Raining Men
Summer of ’69
The Final Countdown
The Shadow of Your smile
When the saints go marching in
When No man has gone before (film theme selection)
St Louis Blues
Post Horn Galop Post Horn Feature
Lassus Trombone Trombone Feature
Sing-a-longs / British music
Marching Songs of WWII
Land of Hope and Glory
There’ll Always be an England
All national anthems
1920’s – 1940’s
Ain’t Misbehavin’ – F.Waller
Anything Goes – C.Porter
Four Hits for Five – G.Gershwin
I’m Beginning to See the Light – D.Ellington
In the Mood – A.Razaf
Mood Indigo – D.Ellington
Moonlight Serenade – G.Miller
Puttin’ on the Ritz – I.Berlin
Strike up the Band – G.Gershwin
The Nearness of You – H.Carmichal
The Roaring Twenties – arr.P.Nagle
Easy Listening / Pop Music
Amazing Grace – Trad. arr. M.MacKinnon
Bohemian Rhapsody – F.Mercury arr.D.Moon
Can You Feel the Love Tonight–E.John
Can’t Buy Me Love (Lennon & McCartney)
Cantina Band from “Star Wars” – arr.D.Haskew
Devils Galop (Dick Barton theme) –
Hey Jude (Lennon & McCartney)
King of the Road – R.Miller
La Cumparisita – M.Rodriguez
My Heart Will Go On from “Titanic”- arr.A.Gardner
One Voice – B.Manilow
The James Bond Theme – M.Norman
The Pink Panther – H.Mancini
The Way We Were – M.Hamlisch
Tuba Tiger Rag – arr.L.Henderson
Thriller – Michael Jackson
When I’m Sixty Four (Lennon & McCartney)
… add further Nostalgia to your event the band can provide all those traditional wartime sing-a-longs; “Run Rabbit Run”, “(There’ll be Bluebirds over) The White Cliffs of Dover”, “We’ll meet again” to numbers such as “A Nightingale Sang in Berkely Square”.
If there is a guest of honour, the Drum Major march up to them and ask permission to march off after their final performance. this is a very traditional part of a military band performance in the army and gives a little prestige and added ceremony to your event.
There is a separate website for the band Military Marching Band , including some other dedicated pages on this website due to the volume of information; There is more information and pictures on page 2 (follow button below).