Articles about Buglers

  • The bugle that sounded the end of the WWI

    The bugle that sounded the end of the First World War By Kelly Whitson, November 8, 2013 Kelly Whitson, who works with our Division of… The post The bugle that …

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  • The Schmitt Music Mural

    It’s a five-story mural on the side of a building and has been a landmark for almost 50 years. The Schmitt Music mural is one… The post The Schmitt Music …

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  • Cyrus Tiffany Sailor Musician

    An African-American Sailor-Musician during the War of 1812Information culled from sources below Cyrus Tiffany symbolized the courage and resolve of early African-American Navy Sailor Musicians.… The post Cyrus Tiffany Sailor …

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Articles about Veterans

  • Taps on Veterans Day

    The sounding of Taps at Veterans Day ceremonies I have noticed a lot of discussion about the appropriateness of sounding Taps as part of Veterans… The post Taps on Veterans …

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  • Daniel Adams Butterfield

    DANIEL ADAMS BUTTERFIELD 1831-1901 Who was the general whose name is associated with Taps?  Daniel Adams Butterfield was born in Utica, New York, on October… The post Daniel Adams Butterfield …

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  • BACH ONE-VALVE FIELD TENOR BUGLE

    INTERESTING BACH INSTRUMENTS BACH ONE-VALVE FIELD TENOR BUGLE FT9 Article by Roy Hempley             Vincent Bach’s records show that he made 11 one-valve field tenor… The post BACH ONE-VALVE FIELD …

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Articles about Taps