CTMT 2013: Running Order


Number Act Participants/Performers
1 Tattoo Prelude Silverstars Christmas Band
2 Opening of the CTMT 2013 Cannon Association of South Africa
3 Closing of the Castle Gates Castle Ceremonial Guard
4 Fanfare Trumpeters of the Military Bands: “Festmusik der Stadt Wien”
5 Message of the CTMT 2013 Participation by the SANDF in peace missions throughout Africa to ensure peace and prosperity throughout the Continent: “March of the African Union” – “Umbutho Umvikelo”
4 Massed Pipes & Drums Cape Town Highlanders Drums & Pipes, Cape Field Artillery Pipes & Drums, South African Military Health Services Pipes & Drums: “Scotland the Brave”, “No awa taie bide awa”, “Sarie Marais, “Highland Cathedral”, “Battle is O’er”, “Flower of Scotland”
5 Massed Military Bands SA Army Band Cape Town, SA Air Force Band, SA Navy Band, SA Military Health Services Band: “By Land and Sea”, “Dambusters”, “Anthem from ‘Chess'”, “The Standard of St George”
6 SA Army Band Cape Town SA Army Band Cape Town: “Impi ipi”, “Thombi Tula Tula”, “Mama Thembu”, “Rock Fantasy”, “Jabulani”, “Pata Pata”
7 SA Air Force Band SA Air Force Band: “Under the Double Eagle”, “Children of Sanchez”, “Theme from ‘Airwolf'”, “We are the Champions”, “Those Magnificent Men and their Flying Machines”
8 Cape Town Entertainers Cape Town Entertainers: A medley of ‘Cape Town’ music
9 SA Navy Band SA Navy Band: “Anchors Aweigh”, Tribute to Jonas Gwanga” (featuring the trombone section of the band as well as the SA Navy Band vocal group), “Naval Flavour”
10 SAMHS SA Military Health Services Band and Pipe Band: “El Cumbanchero”, “Pipers’ Dream”, “Shaka Zulu”, “79th Farewell to Gibraltar”
11 Simulation Simulation of a typical activity during deployment, involving all arms of service and the SAPS
12 1812 Overture Cape Field Artillery Saluting Troop, Massed Military Bands
13 The Final Muster Parade Massed military bands, Massed pipes and drums: “Dawning of the Day”, “Remember the Titans”, “Band of Brothers”, National Anthem, “Amazing Grace”
14 Finale Lone Piper, “Auld Lang Syne”, “Old Comrades”, “Scotland the Brave”, Black Bear”