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BUGLE CALLS FOR THE BRITISH ARMY

Cavalry trumpeters in the British Army have generally been members of the regimental band, but buglers and drummers are primarily soldiers with an additional musical role. They have therefore served in the ranks, and their contribution can be seen in the several cases of buglers who were awarded the Victoria Cross for courage. Amongst the recipients of the VC during the Indian Mutiny, for example, were Frederick Whirlpool (The Leinster Regiment), W Sutton (60th Rifles) and R Hawthorne (52nd Foot).

Price: CD   TRCD 224   £12.00 (£10.21 ex. vat)

                

 

 

Routine Bugle Calls for the Infantry and Mounted Infantry in Camp and Quarters

1. Officers (89)
2. Company Sergeant-Majors of Infantry (90)
3. Company Quartermaster-Sergeants (Colour     Sergeants) of Infantry (91)
4. All Non-Commissioned Officers (92)
5. Orderly Sergeants (93)
6. Orderly Corporals (94)
7. Band (95)
8. Drummers or Buglers (96)
9. Signallers (97)
10. Pioneers (98)
11. Double (99)
12. Orders (100)
13. Orderly Room (101)
14. Post Call (102)
15. Warning for Parade (103)
16. Quarter Call (before Parade) (104)
17. Fall In (105)
18. Dismiss or No Parade (106)
19. Parade for Guard (107)
20. Fatigue (108)
21. Defaulters (109)
22. Sick (110)
23. School (111)
24. Rations (112)
25. Parade for Piquet (113)
26. Alarm (for Troops to turn out under-Arms)      (114)
27. Fire Alarm (115)
28. Officers' Dress for Dinner (116)
29. Officers' Dinner (117)
30. Sergeants' Dinner (118)
31. Men's Meal (1st call) (119)
32. Men's Meal (2nd Call) (120)
33. Salute for Guard (to be used on all      occasions when bugles are required to sound      a salute and the General Salute (122) is not      used) (121)
34. General Salute (for field-marshals, generals,      lieutenant-generals and major-generals)      (122)
35. Reveille (also known as the Long Reveillie)      (123)
36. Rouse (also known as Reveille) (124)
37. Charlie Retreat
38. Retreat (125)
39. Tattoo (1st Post) (126)
40. Last Post (Tattoo) (127)
41. Lights Out (128)

Field Calls for Mounted Corps

42. Charge (1)
43. Alarm (2)
44. Forward or Advance (3)
45. Walk (4)
46. Trot (5)
47. Gallop (6)
48. March (7)
49. Halt (8)
50. Annul or As You Were (9)
51a. Troops Half-Right
51b. Troops Right Wheel (10)
52a. Troops Half-Left
52b. Troops Left Wheel
53. Form Line (12)
54. Retire or Troops Right (or Left) About      Wheel or (for Artillery Sub-Sections Right      About Wheel (13)
55a. Squadron Columns
55b. Squadron Columns to the Right
55c. Squadron Columns to the Left (14)
56. Pursue (15)
57a. Rally or Close to the Right
57b.
Rally or Close to the Left (16)
58a. Mass to the Right
58b. Mass to the Left (17)
59. Attention (18)
60. March at Ease or Sit at Ease (19)
61. Stand To Your Horses (20)
62. Mount (21)
63. Dismount (22)
64. Fours or Sections About (23)
65. Front (24)
66. Troop Column (25)

67. Column of Troops (26)
68a. Head of Column or Heads of Columns,        Change Direction Half-Right
68b. Head of Column or Heads of Columns,        Change Direction To The Right (27)
69a. Head of Column or Heads of Columns,        Change Direction Half-Left
69b. Head of Column or Heads of Columns,        Change Direction To The Left (28)
70. Squadron Leaders - Right (29)
71. Squadron Leaders - Left (30)
72. Continue or Commence Firing (31)
73. Stand Fast or Cease Firing (32)
74. Draw or Return Swords (33)
75. Cary Swords or Lances (34)
76. Slope Swords or Sling Lances (35)
77. Trail Lances (36)
78. Prepare to Mount or Dismount (37)
79. Execute Orders Received (38)

Field Calls for Mounted Corps

80. Charge (43)
81. Alarm (44)

Bugle Calls for Remembrance Day Services

1. Last Post - 2 Minutes silence - Rouse
2. Last post - 2 Minutes silence - Long Reveille
3. Last post - 2 Minutes Silence - Naval or     'Charlie' Reveille