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    Quote Originally Posted by nordicdusk
    If anyone knows what the song is called that is played for fallin soldiers please let me know.
    Are you referring to the Last Post bugle call?

    If you go to http://www.google.com and click on 'video', then enter 'last post bugle' into the search, you can hear a (rather crappy) version of it.

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    I think the cello sounds nice

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    It has to be these 3 for me, not just one:

    Harpsichord


    Balalaika


    Bag Pipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Storm
    Are you referring to the Last Post bugle call?

    If you go to http://www.google.com and click on 'video', then enter 'last post bugle' into the search, you can hear a (rather crappy) version of it.
    Thank you very much thats exactly it.
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    :music: This is a really hard choice for me. Violin came to mind first but flute, cello, piano, harp and bodran are jumping up and down in my head saying 'pick me! pick me!':C-leading

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    Last call/ taps

    Quote Originally Posted by nordicdusk
    I remember when my first Grandfather died he was in the Irish Army in WW2 and when they lowered the coffin they had a guy play the trumpet im sory i do not know what the song they play is called but the hair stood up on the back of my neck and added to the emotion of it all.If anyone knows what the song is called that is played for fallin soldiers please let me know.
    I have always heard it called taps. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4xTIcBOoNkIt always bring tears to my eyes.

    (offtopic)My dad is a Vietnam vetran and both my grandfathers were in WWII. One of the saddest things about american socity to me is the lack of care for our soldiers and veterans. Something I will never forget is when the trveling version of the Vietnam Vetrans Memorial Wall came to Columbus and there was not only a regular color gaurd but an Indian one in regailia and with their drums. Pow wows are where my dad and other vets get the welcome home and respect that they may not get anywhere else. Indian culture may have beenmongralized but they still honor those who serve. In the US Indians praportionately serve in the military more than any other race.

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    If nobody here as ever heard a Hurdy-Gurdy please listen to it. Example.
    Your Gaulish War by the band Eluveitie

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    This is surely an impossible choice.

    Trumpet perhaps. Or Hardanger fiddle. I've lately been quite fond of the strange sound of the mesopotamian harp. And then there's the vast selection of flutes, all awesome. And a proper big pipe organ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nordicdusk
    Yes Violin is an amazing instrument also Piano is so relaxing.I used to be pretty good at the Tin Whistle when i used to play it at school i even played a peice solo infront of the whole school.But like many things i neglected it and im sorry now that i did.
    I love the sound of the violin and piano. I used to play piano a very long time ago when I was young, however I haven't touched one in some time. I also find the sitar to be quite elegant sounding.

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