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A MUSICAL VOYAGE - Royal Australian Navy

A MUSICAL VOYAGE - Royal Australian Navy

Hospitality (Open Day)

Hospitality (Open Day) Female and Male Toilet Amenities HMAS On Cruiser Wharf General Admission Seating Lighting Towers - 60 – NAVY TATTOO (ARENA PLAN) SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE AND SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE Concert Stage for Tour de Force Flagpole AWE Performance Arena Divisions, Marching Display, Cheer Ship and Ceremonial Sunset AWE Reserved Seating Royal Australian Navy Band: A Musical Voyage General Admission Seating Lighting Towers HMAS On Oil Wharf ANNEX BTO DMUS-N MINUTE 25 / 07 DATED 23 APR 07 Static Displays (Open Day) Static Displays (Open Day) Female and Male Toilet Amenities

Scene 1 - 61 – DRAFT NAVY TATTOO (PERFORMANCE SYNOPSIS) Royal Australian Navy Band: A Musical Voyage ANNEX CTO DMUS-N MINUTE 25 / 07 DATED 23 APR 07 The scene commences with a fanfare provided by the massed Fanfare Trumpeters followed by brief commentary and words of welcome. The ANC Guard and RAN Band (NR Component) march on in preparation to receive the Host and Guest of Honour. The Host is received on parade with formal honours. A fanfare and entrance music is played as the Guest of Honour enters the arena. Once on the dais the Guest of Honour receives formal honours with a musical salute and then inspects the guard. The Guard and Band retire. Scene 2 Scene two commences with a fanfare provided by the massed Fanfare Trumpeters. The Master of Ceremonies introduces the Heritage Guard as they move into position centre stage to the tune ‘Portsmouth’ followed by a parade of sailors in uniforms from various periods of naval service. The Australian White Ensign is raised during a mock Colours ceremony. Dialogue to acknowledge Navy’s heritage from First Fleet to the establishment of the AWE on 1 March 1967 SCENE 3 Force Protection Parties are moved into positions followed by an armed boarding party that is inserted into the arena from a pre-positioned location on a flat top barge. Images of current operations are shown on large screens. The boarding party sweeps the arena with the bubble out and forming a protective screen. A fire exercise is then conducted with a Fire Protection Party with full equipment. The dialogue will include references to current operations. SCENE 4 A Precision Drill Team from Australia’s Federation Guard will give a demonstration of precision drill. SCENE 5 Tour De Force with the rock element of the RAN Band (dressed in Cams) performing a selection of music taken from their deployment to the MEAO: • GUEST ARTIST JOINS THE BAND ON STAGE • IMAGES OF OUR NAVY ON DEPLOYMENT TO BE DISPLAYED DURING THE PERFORMANCE SCENE 6 The massed PN Component of the RAN Band performs a marching display. Scene 7 Ceremonial Sunset is conducted with the full cast. The ceremony will be preceded by Beat to Quarters and Cheer Ship (by ANC).

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