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Female Trumpeter of the The Band of The Household Cavalry
Pictured is a female Trumpeter of the The Band of The Household Cavalry riding toward HorseGuards Arch.
When Her Majesty The Queen is in residence at Buckingham Palace a Trumpeter riding a white charger announces the arrival of the Queens Life Guard and leads them to their duties at Horse Guards.
The Band is the only mounted band in the British Army and is part of the Corps of Army Music. It supplies music in both mounted and non-mounted formats for State Ceremonial events, military events and the civilian market as required.
Ceremonial trumpeters are professional musicians who perform fanfares at important state occasions. When in the presence of the Royal Family, trumpeters from the Band of the Household Cavalry are referred to as State Trumpeters and wear gold state coats bearing the royal insignia, and a blue velvet jockey cap.
For over 100 years women have served alongside men on the battlefield and women currently make up about 10 per cent of British Army personnel, working shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts as engineers, educators, lawyers, mechanics, medics and Apache pilots
The British Army protects the United Kingdom's interests at home and abroad, providing a safe and secure environment in which all British citizens can live and prosper
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The Household Cavalry
The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment
This print captures a powerful moment of the Female Trumpeter of The Band of The Household Cavalry riding towards Horse Guards Arch. As an integral part of the British Army's only mounted band, this talented musician plays a crucial role in announcing the arrival of the Queen's Life Guard when Her Majesty is in residence at Buckingham Palace. The Band, belonging to the Corps of Army Music, provides music for various occasions including State Ceremonial events, military gatherings, and even civilian markets. These ceremonial trumpeters are highly skilled professionals who perform fanfares during important state functions. In the presence of the Royal Family, they are known as State Trumpeters and don distinguished gold state coats adorned with royal insignia along with a striking blue velvet jockey cap. It is worth noting that women have been serving alongside men on battlefields for over a century now. Currently making up approximately 10 percent of British Army personnel, women contribute their expertise across diverse roles such as engineers, educators, lawyers, mechanics, medics and even Apache pilots. This image serves as a testament to their dedication and commitment while working shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts. Let us celebrate these remarkable individuals who continue to break barriers and inspire future generations within our Armed Forces.
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