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Synonyms for bugle

a brass instrument without valves

a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration

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play on a bugle

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Don Somers, Stanley Wilkinson and John Henry Plumridge, of the Light Division & Rifles Buglers Association
More than 200 hunter buglers from eight countries met to create four-member teams and compete in playing the horn."I am glad that we could organise the event in Slovakia," said Tibor Lebockyacute, head of the Slovak Hunters Association (SPZ), as quoted by the TASR newswire.
They are hoping to arrange for some of the guys from RMA Glasgow to attend with standards and they are trying their best to get a Royal Marine bugler.
"Buglers get to do the toughest part, I feel, as we have to do the Last Post to the deceased and during their repatriation," the 38-year-old told the GDN.
Lancashire-born Sergeant Bugler Neil Lowe, 33, will be in the travelling party of five Royal Marines buglers / drummers and a brass quintet playing a tuba, trombone, French horn and trumpets.
At 1.20pm - the exact time the 1950s plane crashed on the A27 - two buglers from Surrey and Sussex Drum and Bugle Corps sounded the Last Post before silence fell.
As the New York State Director for Bugles Across America, Danielle is responsible for placing well over 250 buglers at more than 200 cemeteries and monuments across the land to sound TAPS during the largest wreath laying ceremony in history.
As many as 18 of the 23 performances have been composed by Indian musicians; just five popular tunes by foreign musicians have been retained, interspersed four times with 'Fanfare', a collage by Buglers, and the 'Drummers' Call', a traditional performance by only the drummers.
Breeders cup buglers herald a weekend of outstanding action
Earlier this year, the Buglers Hall of Fame inducted the Sutherlin resident as a member, honoring Smith as the "first female bugler in the United States military," and only the second woman accepted into the group, which along with many military buglers also includes Louis Armstrong.
Wreaths were later thrown into the Mersey from the Royal Daffodil as buglers sounded The Last Post.
"There will also be ten standard bearers, two RAF buglers will play the Last Post and the chaplain from Bramcote barracks will lead prayers at the end.