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According to Drum Corps International, Drum Corps America, and Winter Guard International. You must be the age of 14 to join a drum and bugle corp

It depends on the size of the trombone and the size of the bugle! A typical tenor trombone is longer in length than a military-type bugle; however, a soprano trombone is MUCH smaller than a bass bugle used in a drum and bugle corps ensemble.

First off, the members of the bugle family are the trumpet, the marching euphonium, the mellophone, and the contrabass bugle, as seen in drum and bugle corps.A bugle, in the military, is a brass instrument with no valves used to project musical commands called "bugle calls." If this is the type of bugle you're talking about, its closest relative would be the trumpet.Hope this helped! :)

The Phantom Regiment......NOT! the Blue Devils, by far

It would be called a "fife" as in "fife and bugle corps."

A group of people called the 'color guard' escort the flag.

The Hellcats which are a part of The West Point band which is comprised of Army enlisted musicians.

Daniel Joseph Canty has written: 'Bugle signals, calls & marches for Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Revenue Cutter Service & National Guard' -- subject(s): Military music, Bugle calls

17. All the Division I corps compete at Quarterfinals, which are held the day before Semis. The top 12 corps from Semifinals make DCI Finals, which are broadcast on ESPN 2. See for more information about drum corps!

what is a antonym for bugle

The bugle played Taps.

When the bugle sounded, the cadets had to wake up. A bugle is a musical instrument.

Water bugle, sweet bugle, Virginian water horehound, and gypsy weed.

The Marimba is used in jazz ensembles,solo performances, woodwind ensembles, marimba concertos,marching bands,drum and bugle corps, and orchestral compositions.

Bugle The army uses the Bugle

A bugle is a musical instrument.

A bugle can only play in one key.

The Bugle Call was created in 1927.

Hand me that bugle, son, and I'll show you how it's done. Your new bugle has been crushed.

Bugle is a noun. It usually refers to a musical instrument, although it is also a type of plant. Bugle is also (rarely) used as a verb, meaning to produce a sound from a bugle.

What is a Drum Corps? A drum and bugle corps or drum corps is a musical marching unit (similar to a marching band) consisting of brass instruments, percussion instruments, and color guard. The activity originated in the United States and Canada, but has spread to parts of Europe and Asia. Typically operating as independent non-profit organizations, drum corps perform on-field competitions, parades, festivals and other civic functions. *

A bugle is a small trumpet-like brass instrument.

The duration of At the Sound of the Bugle is 1.17 hours.

The duration of The Bugle Sounds is 1.7 hours.

Bugle Call Rag was created in 1922.

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