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A bugler is somebody who plays a bugle, a brass instrument lacking valves. Buglers have had an important historic role in many military institutions, where they were responsible for coordinating a soldier's day with a series of bugle calls signalling assemblies, roll calls, the beginning and end of work patterns and lights out.

Traditionally, buglers were more colourfully decorated than their counterparts. In modern times, most buglers have been replaced with electronic sound systems, however they still perform at important military ceremonies.

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