bugle : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a brass instrument without valves; used for military calls and fanfares
- n any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to Eurasia; used for ground cover
- n a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration
- v play on a bugle
- At noon a bugle blast split the air.
- He had often used military metaphors to invigorate his lyrics remember that Alexander's bugle call was "So natural that you want to go to war" and thus was primed with .
- The teacher soon moved him to drums, then to alto sax, bugle and cornet.
News & Articles
- Cavaliers invite local fans to free performance
CHARLESTON (JG-TC) — The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps will host its annual Fan Appreciation Night at Eastern Illinois University.
June 12, 2013 - Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
- Kewanee's 'Summer of Sound'
Most people like bands of one sort or another. This summer, the stars have aligned to provide Kewanee with just about every kind of band music played, from The Spirit of Atlanta Drum & Bugle Corps to Lyle Beaver & The Brass Notes.
June 11, 2013 - Kewanee Star Courier
- Historic bugle tribute takes place at sundown during Gettysburg Festival
Twelve buglers, including Jari Villanueva -- a renown retired military bugler -- played "Taps" at historic locations throughout Gettysburg at sundown Saturday evening to pay tribute to fallen soldiers and close out the Brass Band Festival on the first day of Gettysburg Festival.
June 9, 2013 - The Evening Sun
- Mark Harvey in Adelaidenow
When the bugle plays, nothing beats it. Then the adrenaline is really going, and it really takes you to another level for whatever reason,Harvey said.
- Darren Sharper in Minneapolis Star Tribune
It's going to come down to a force of wills,Sharper said. "We have to have the stronger will. Like my high school coach used to say, they don't even disguise it. They sound the bugle, 'Da-da-da-da-da-da-da. Charge!'"