martial music


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Synonyms for martial music

brisk marching music suitable for troops marching in a military parade

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One can almost feel what martial music does to "make the dead fall in line.
The giant flag was hoisted on a 123-metre-tall flagpole, the seventh tallest in the world, in the backdrop of a special martial music show playing the UAE national anthem.
To mark the occasion, Sharjah organised the biggest national gathering on Flag Island where the flag was hoisted on the seventh tallest flagpole with special martial music shows and marine sports events.
Ants, bees, crickets, mosquitos, even flowers and birds come making their own martial music, ready to defend the essence of healthy Nature and the environment everywhere, even in poisoned ground.
into four microphones fixed atop his motorcade as martial music blared in the background.
Martial music is playing, and then the national anthem, with Evo Morales standing with a raised fist.
It was the traditional Sunday evening parade being carried out in a pageantry of color and precision, accompanied by martial music.
For "Suffragette," directed by Sarah Gavron, Desplat wrote stoically martial music carried by a persistent drumbeat rhythm-- "to show there's a war going on that can never stop.
Historians will fire vintage firearms and perform martial music covering 300 years of America's military history.
State broadcasting actually relied very heavily on Western martial music during the Iran-Iraq War, with many of the marches of American John Phillip Souza proving especially popular.
There are no chariots or military escorts and no brass band marching to martial music.
The ever-reliable City of Birmingham Choir were given more to do in the hour-long The Armed Man, A Mass for Peace from 2001, where Jenkins' martial music in Charge
They danced to martial music and shouted in praise of God.
They did Canada proud once again, thrilling the crowds with their discipline, their colourful British uniforms and their stirring martial music.
In nearly perfect conditions (for the fourth year in a row), runners and walkers were treated to musical interludes along the route, ranging from martial music by military bands to country tunes blaring over a sound system.