Bugle Calls of The British Army
 
                                                                                                    Web Master Peter McCarthy BEM

Cyclists

Cyclists

Parade for Guard

Recruits Parade

Recruits Parade

Salute

Salute

The Charge

The Charge

Bugle calls are short traditional pieces of music played on a bugle, a musical instrument which for centuries has been used by the armed forces of many countries as a means of communication. The bugle can be heard over long distances, and the sound can be heard in a noisy environment (such as during a battle), so it is a highly effective way to communicate simple information and orders to a large number of people. Although such a method of communication is perhaps no longer required by today's armies, bugle calls are still used by many forces, though in many cases it has become part of traditional rituals with a particular role during ceremonial occasions. Bugles on parades are very efective.  
Alarm
Alarm Troops to Arms
Long Reveille
All NCO's
All N.C.O.s
All Orderly Sgt's
All Orderly Sgt's
Band
Band Call
CSgts of Infantry
C/Sgt's of Infantry
All Company Sgt Majors
Drummers Call
Drummers Call
Defaulters
Defaulters
Fall in
Fall in
Double
Double
Dismiss or No more Parades
Dismiss or No more Parades
Fire Alarm
Fire Alarm
Fatigue
Fatigue
Mens Meal 1st Call
Meas Meal 1st Call
Mens Meal 2nd Call
Mens Meal 2nd Call
Officers Call
Officers Dress for Dinner 1st Call
Officers Dress for Dinner
Officers Dinner 2nd call
Officers Dinner Call
Orderly Room
Orderly Room
Orderly Cpl's
Orderly Cpl's
Orders
Orders
Parade for Guard
Parade for Piquet
Parade for Piquet
Rations
Rations
Pioneers
Pioneers
Post Call
Post Call
Signalers Call
Quarter Call
Quarter Call
Royal Salute

Royal Salute

Salute for Guard
Salute for Guard
General Salute
Sgts Dinner
Sgts Dinner
Sick Parade
Sick Parade
Signalers Call
1st Post
1st Post
Last Post
Last Post
Lights Out
Lights Out
Warning for Parade
Warning for Parade
Bugles on Parade The British Army.