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10th Battalion Band The Band of the 10th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, pictured here in Army Uniform at the outbreak of the First World War.
10th Battalion in France French Troops watch the arrival of the 9th, 10th & 11th Battalions, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at Ham. There they took over a section of the line south of the Somme from the French
Bass Drum The Bass Drum (shown Here) and a number of the side drums actually used during the First World War, are now 'laid up' in the Chapter house of St. Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry.  They were donated by the Inniskillings to the Hamilton Flute Band at the end of the war.
Boehm System Piccolo A Piccolo or "Small Flute". This flute is pitched in C, one actave above concert pitch.
Boehm System Concert Flute A Boehm System Concert flute which replaced the old wooden Simple System flute.
Boehm System Turned Head Concert Flute A Turned Head Concert Flute. This flute is popular due to the shorter reach.
Boehm System Alto Flute An Alto Flute. This flute is pitched in G below Concert Pitch.
Boehm System Turned Head Alto Flute A Turned Head Alto Flute. This flute, also pitched in G below Concert Pitch, is the choice of a lot of our players due to the shorter reach.
Boehm System Bass Flute A C Bass Flute. This flute is pitched in C, one octave below Concert Pitch.
Boehm System ContraBass Flute In 1995 we added to our instrumentation the Contrabass Flute. This flute is pitched in C, two octaves below Concert Pitch.
Boehm System SubContraBass Flute We also added in 1995 the SubContraBass Flute. This flute is pitched in C, three octaves below Concert Pitch.   Both the Contrabass & the Subcontrabass flutes were made by Jelle Hogenhuis from Holland
The Hamilton Coat Of Arms The Hamilton Coat Of Arms as used upon our dress uniforms.
The Hamilton's with their new concert uniform The Hamilton Band pictured with their new concert uniforms in 1991.
Scotland 1995 The Band pictured here after our return home from Scotland in 1995, in which we took part in the Scottish Amateur Flute Band Spring Contest.  The Trophies shown are for winning the Grade 1 and for best overall band.
London 1993 On parade during our trip to London in November 1993 to appear in The Lord Mayor's Show.
Swinford 1995 On parade in Swinford, Co. Mayo 1995.
Swinford 1995 Marching on the main street in Swinford, Co. Mayo 1995.
ve-day 1995 On Parade during the VE-Day Celebration in 1995.
brussels 1996 In concert within the European Parliament in Brussels in 1996.
brussels 1996 The Concert in the European Parliament from a different angle.
Ulster Tower 1996 Pictured with the Bass Drum from the First World War in the grounds of the Ulster Tower at the 80th Commemoration of the Battle of the Somme in France (1996).
Ulster Tower2 1996 The Band arriving at the Ulster Tower, during the 80th Commeration of the Battle of the Somme in France (1996).
The Late Mr. 'Billy' Crawford The Late Mr. 'Billy' Crawford, pictured here with his 50 year Service Medal and Certificate that was presented to him by the Flute Band League for his contribution to both music and banding. Billy received his medal in 1995. and was an active band member for 56 years.
A more Recent photo of our Band Here is a more Recent photo of our Band. This photo appears in the NIBA Millennium Booklet.
The Millennium Concert Members of the Hamilton Flute Band pictured with Members of the Ballylone Flute Band during the Millennium Concert held in Belfast's Botanic Gardens. Our Conductor for the Day was Mr. Kennedy (pictured) from Ballylone Flute Band.
Fifty Years Dedicated Service Two of our Oldest Members: Mr. Jim Gilliland (left) & Mr Uel Leslie with their certificates for Fifty years Service in March 2001. They each recieved medals from the Flute Band League, at their annual dinner, for their contribution to banding and music.
The band in London 2002 The band pictured passing St. Pauls Cathedral in London during the Lord Mayor's Show in 2002.
The band with the Lord Mayor of London 2002 The band pictured with Alderman Gavyn Arthur, the Lord Mayor of London after his installation ceramony in London Guildhall, November 2002.
Contrabass flute In 2012 we purchased our first all metal contra bass flute. This flute has a range two octaves below that of a concert flute.
Contra Alto in G In late 2012 we purchased an Eva Kingman Contra Alto. This flute is a welcome addition to our instrumentation which bridges the gap between our C Bass and Contrabass flutes.


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