Bugle Call of The British Army
 
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Alarm

Alarm

All NCO's

All NCO's

All Orderly Sgt's

All Orderly Sgt's

CSM of Infantry

CSM of Infantry

CSgts of Infantry

CSgts of Infantry

Band

Band

Cyclists

Cyclists

Defaulters

Defaulters

Fall in

Fall in

Double

Double

Drummers Call

Drummers Call

Dismiss or No more Parades

Dismiss or No more Parades

Fire Alarm

Fire Alarm

Fatigue

Fatigue

Mens Meal 1st Call

Mens Meal 1st Call

Mens Meal 2nd Call

Mens Meal 2nd Call

Officers Call

Officers Call

Officers Dress for Dinner 1st Call

Officers Dress for Dinner 1st Call

Officers Dinner 2nd call

Officers Dinner 2nd call

Parade for Guard

Parade for Guard

Orderly Room

Orderly Room

Orderly Cpl's

Orderly Cpl's

Orders

Orders

Reveille

Reveille

Rouse

Rouse

Royal Salute

Royal Salute

Salute for Guard

Salute for Guard

Salute

Salute

School

School

Parade for Piquet

Parade for Piquet

Recruits Parade

Recruits Parade

Quarter Call

Quarter Call

Pioneers

Pioneers

Post Call

Post Call

Rations

Rations

Royal Salute

Royal Salute

Salute for Guard

Salute for Guard

Salute

Salute

Sgts Dinner

Sgts Dinner

Sick Parade

Sick Parade

Signalers Call

Signalers Call

1st Post

1st Post

Last Post

Last Post

The Charge

The Charge

Warning for Parade

Warning for Parade

Lights Out

Lights Out

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.
Playing is the first call of the day Reveille