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(maybe not the best examples of music, but the page is still a work in progress.)
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The thing is, though, that the horns being blown indicate the end of a turn or an incoming aerial attack. These are analogous to alarms or battlefield signals and these incidents may not be the best examples of music in Erf. -- DevilDan
The thing is, though, that the horns being blown indicate the end of a turn or an incoming aerial attack. These are analogous to alarms or battlefield signals and these incidents may not be the best examples of music in Erf. -- DevilDan
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:Granted they may not be the best examples of musical performances, but they ''are'' examples of musical instruments.  I'd categorize this page as a work-in-progress.  Ideally, images of units actually singing and performing would be great, I just haven't gotten that far yet.  Of course, one could debate whether a bugle or horn call is music or not (most modern music historians would argue that traditional calls, like ''Reveille''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reveille] for instance, clearly qualify as music ), but the point of including the pictures, for me, was simply to illustrate that there is a variety of musical instruments.  Hoping to add other images farther down in on the page.    --[[User:MisterB777|MisterB777]] 18:42, 5 August 2009 (UTC)

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The thing is, though, that the horns being blown indicate the end of a turn or an incoming aerial attack. These are analogous to alarms or battlefield signals and these incidents may not be the best examples of music in Erf. -- DevilDan

Granted they may not be the best examples of musical performances, but they are examples of musical instruments. I'd categorize this page as a work-in-progress. Ideally, images of units actually singing and performing would be great, I just haven't gotten that far yet. Of course, one could debate whether a bugle or horn call is music or not (most modern music historians would argue that traditional calls, like Reveille[1] for instance, clearly qualify as music ), but the point of including the pictures, for me, was simply to illustrate that there is a variety of musical instruments. Hoping to add other images farther down in on the page. --MisterB777 18:42, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
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