Bugles

Boston PH-90-YE The bugle is one of the simplest brass instruments, normally having no valves or other pitch-altering devices. All pitch control is done by v..
J.Michael TH-650 (S) 3 pistons Bore size: 13.6 mm Bell size: 223 mm Clear lacquer finish w/semi-hard case ..
J.Michael BT-950 (S) 4 rotary keys Bore size : 15.1mm Bell size : 282mm Clear lacquer finish w/hard case ..
Maxtone TAC53RNL Alt Maxtone is a great choice for an aspiring musician. Using the many years of experience of European manufacturers and modern technology, Max..
J.Michael AH-500 3 pistons Bore size: 11.65 mm Bell size: 203 mm Clear lacquer finish w/semi-hard case ..
Boston PH-90-WH The bugle is one of the simplest brass instruments, normally having no valves or other pitch-altering devices. All pitch control is done by vary..

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Bugles

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The bugle is one of the simplest brass instruments. While early bugles did not have valves or keys the more modern bugles do have them. The lack of valves or keys on a traditional bugle means that the instrument can only play the notes of a single harmonic scale, so its melodies are simple tunes using only a few notes. The first keyed bugles were invented in the early 1800s. A patent was granted for the Royal Kent bugle in 1811 to Joseph Halliday in England. This version was used often until the 1850s.

Controlling the pitch of this instrument is done by varying the player’s embouchure and airstream. The bugle has limited notes within the harmonic series and a standard bugle call has only 5 notes called the bugle scale. A player can either blow the bugle in soprano (high pitch) alto (medium pitch) baritone (tenor) or contrabass (bass) pitches. The bugle's limitations have resulted in it not being a common instrument in orchestras or other forms of music.

Bugles came from early signaling instruments that were made from animal horns. The first bugles were coil shaped, and were used for hunting purposes. Later on, in the 1700s they began to be used for military purposes. The bugle is commonly used for organizations such as Boy Scouts in camp and for ceremonial purposes. The sounds of the bugle can be heard at a great distance and in a noisy environment, 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.

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