Three marine corps bands perform an unbelievably coordinated drums display

Tri-Marine Corps

For the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines, the Corps of Drums from the Bands of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, the US Marines, and Dutch Marines came together to perform on the Horse Guards Parade in London.

Tri-Marine Corps

It was a bright sunny day, and the band was also surrounded by green grass and tall trees. They stood on a clear and empty field wearing clean, sharp uniforms.

The band members had white hats and white pants, and they all stood with militaristic posture. They began to play with perfect precision and marched in unison.

Tri-Marine Corps

Dozens of them stood in formation and the musicians played with no expression except utter focus. Their hands moved together in time with each other, and not a single motion was out of place.

Every step, turn, and movement was perfectly practiced and executed. The band played with unbelievable coordination, and the band was a well-oiled machine performing at its best capacity.

Tri-Marine Corps

During the performance, they shifted formations several times. Their transitions were so smooth and impressive. If there was a mistake made, it was barely even noticeable. The sound of drums was exciting and electrifying.

The band finished their performance lifting their hands in the air in unison. They remained unbelievably stoic as the crowd cheered, and their applause filled the open air.

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