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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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Buglers will perform under the leadership of Naib Subedar (Musician) Daya Ram Joshi and pipes and drum band will play under the instructions of Naib Sub (Musician) Surinder Kumar.
Vaaler agrees with Smith that every veteran deserves a personal rendition of "Taps," and both buglers believe it should be done by a real musician instead of the recent trend toward a recorded version, often encased in a "fake" bugle.
Then everybody moved outside to the memorial for two minute's silence, which was introduced and finished by a bugler playing an emotional last stand.
Later, at the Bath cemetery, all of the volunteer buglers performed "Taps" en masse.
Buglers, the coach firm, said it would not be commenting on the mapping mishap.
A spokesman said the electronic device was there as a "stand-by" for use when buglers are not available.
Wilson attacked a Confederate force at the Battle of Front Royal, Virginia, in September 1864, some 250 buglers guided the Union forces through a dense fog.
To the sound of buglers and a lone piper, two benches and two trees were dedicated to the men in Ealing, West London.
Ceremonies will include wreath laying, bagpipes, buglers, rifle salutes and color guards.
As many as 18 of the 23 performances were composed by Indian musicians; just five popular tunes by foreign musicians were retained, interspersed four times with 'Fanfare', a collage by Buglers, and the 'Drummers' Call', a traditional performance by only the drummers.
The VFW Post 9013 Honor Guard will fire three volleys of rifle fire, and buglers from the WHS band will play taps.
Sounding brass are buglers Roy Nicholson and his diminutive brother, Lawrence, 10, of the 7F (Dingle Vale School) Squadron, official band of the West Lancashire Wing, who were among 500 cadets at the ATC Inter-Wing Group Training Corps at Hawarden, on September 25, 1950.
The photograph (left) shows the band, which consisted of four side drummers and eight buglers.
Highland High School Air Force Junior ROTC buglers will play taps.
A parade will be led by the Normandy Band of the Queen's Division from Catterick Army base, along with the buglers of the Durham Army Cadet Force Borneo Band.