Later this was shortened to bugle. Middle English, buffalo, instrument made of buffalo horn, bugle, from Anglo-French, from Latin buculus , diminutive of bos head of cattle — more at cow. See more words from the same century. Accessed 10 Mar. Nglish: Translation of bugle for Spanish Speakers. Britannica English: Translation of bugle for Arabic Speakers.
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In stark contrast to the first, gentle song of Copland's Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson , the second song, "There Came a Wind Like a Bugle," seizes the listener's ear with an unrelenting air, like a tornado on a Midwestern plain. This song was orchestrated in The song ends as it began, with an almost identical ascending piano line and a great declamation from the soprano of the prophetic final two lines. Even the storm that Copland conjures up seems uniquely American. Perhaps this is because the song seems completely unruly, following with the American stereotype i.
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