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International Bugle Society

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The International Bugle Society

The International Bugle Society is an organization to promote communications among buglers around the world and to improve bugle performance.


  1. Luis Lim Luis Lim July 7, 2016

    I am a bugler with the RSL in Perth Western Australia. I also teach buglers

  2. Gary Lewis Gary Lewis June 2, 2016

    I am practicing to play at veteran’s funerals and am signed up with BAA. Please put me on the list. Thanks, Gary

  3. Shirley Shirley February 28, 2016

    I am interested in this society. My grandfather was a bugler in WWI. I have multiple photos of him in Hawaii with his unit (and bugle) as well as photos of him near the Mexican border. I would like to find out more about these posts where he was, and, what all he played the bugle for. He is the only person with an instrument in these photos. I was hoping the society could help me understand more about the US Army buglers during WWI. Thanks.

  4. Tapsbugler Tapsbugler Post author | December 22, 2015

    Will do

  5. Gordon "Buddy" Cooke Gordon "Buddy" Cooke December 18, 2015

    I am interested in this Intenational Bugle Society. Let me know any details.

  6. Luis Lim Luis Lim October 5, 2015

    I am the Northam RSL Sub Branch bugler. My goal is to fire up Australia’s commitment to remember to servicemen and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, lest we forget.

  7. Dave Holzknecht Dave Holzknecht June 25, 2015

    To Whom it May Concern,
    My son just earned his Eagle Scout rank, and we wanted to have his Court of Honor on August 29th. We also wanted to have a flag retirement ceremony the night before, and I was wondering if you knew anyone in the Sacramento, California area that blows taps? It would add quite a bit to the ceremony as there would be a number of veterans in attendance.

    Dave Holzknecht

  8. Mike Mike April 21, 2015

    I have a world war 1 era Czechoslovakia. Bugle I use to play taps at military funerals. Is it appropriate to get a bugle cord and attach it to the two small metal loops at the main loop of the bugle and use that when I play? Thanks in advance

  9. Ross Daniel Ross Daniel July 10, 2014

    I have a couple of bugles, one is a fairly common military brass bugle, the other a 1916 ex Australian Army Henry Potter Nikel plated bugle. I used to play in the Military Cadets in the early 1960s at our Anzac Day ceremony and am retraining my lips to play at the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day next year. The Potter bugle was purchased from a deceased estate. He was an old digger, his daughter did not know where he acquired the bugle but said he’d had it for many years. It has the D with arrow inside, and the code A719 stamped on it.
    I would love to find the history of it, although I realize that would be impossible. It is rather battered and bruised.
    I would certainly be interested in being part of your association.
    Thank you,
    Ross Daniel.
    Queensland, Australia.

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