Taps Bugler: Jari Villanueva

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“ Welcome to Tapsbugler! Helping provide Taps for Veterans at military funerals is important to us! Please contact us on information about providing a live bugler to sound Taps at the ceremony for your loved one. Just click on Find A Bugler below. Please explore the website and I hope you come away with a little more knowledge about this great American treasure we have in those 24 notes. ”

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This page contains extensive articles on the subjects of taps, bugles, buglers, history, events, and news. Browse by tags or categories to find articles of interest.

The Evolution of Taps

THE EVOLUTION OF TAPS The twenty-four notes we know as Taps has been in use in the US military since its origin in 1862. It has undergone slight modifications over the years but has essentially remained the same. To provide background to the music of Taps, an evolution of the call is presented. This material […]

How Taps Became Associated With Funerals

How did the call become associated with funerals? The earliest official reference to the mandatory use of Taps at military funeral ceremonies is found in the U.S. Army Infantry Drill Regulations for 1891, although it had doubtless been used unofficially long before that time, under its former designation Extinguish Lights. The first use of Taps […]

Taps Music, Sound Files and Information

Sheet Music and Sound File to Taps Click on the links TAPS ON A CIVIL WAR BUGLE TAPS SGM WOODY ENGLISH- PLAYED ON A BACH BUGLE TAPS SOUNDED AT THE KENNEDY FUNERAL NOV 1963 In order to provide you with music and sound files of Taps we have included these resources in TapsBugler. If you […]

The Bugler of Arlington

THE BUGLER OF ARLINGTON I am the bugler of Arlington But this honor belongs not to one man alone. Today, I stand the watch. Yesterday in our history, it was stood by the many who have gone before me. Tomorrow in our future, others will carry on when I am gone, Because this great nation […]

In Memoriam – Don Hubbard (1943-2003)

Tribute pages of photos and quotes and a summary of the funeral service.

Jari Villanueva involved with Gods and Generals

Jari Villanueva was involved with the movie Gods and Generals, which opened nationwide February 21, 2003, and is now available on video and DVD. The screenplay for Gods and Generals was written, produced, and directed by Ron Maxwell. It is based on the novel Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara, son of Michael Shaara, author […]

Bugles for Performing and Collecting-Bugles for Use at Funerals, Ceremonies, and Civil War Events

M1892 Modern “Boy Scout” Bugle in G These are the M1892 bugles on which all modern bugles are based. They are usually marked Regulation Bugle or with a manufacturer’s name. For many years these instruments were manufactured by King, C.G. Conn, Buescher, York, Holton, Ludwig, Millard, and Weymann. These horns are quite easy to find […]

A Reference Guide to the Most Common Collectible Bugles

Okay, you have seen a bugle at an antique store or have come across one on an Internet auction site. There are many questions that come up: “What is it? Is it worth the price the seller is asking? Is it really a Civil War, Spanish-American War or World I or II instrument? What does […]

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