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trumpeter

[′trəm·pəd·ər]
(vertebrate zoology)
A bird belonging to the Psophiidae, a family with three South American species; the common trumpeter (Psophia crepitans) is the size of a pheasant and resembles a long-legged guinea fowl.
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On 17 November 1577, the mayor and aldermen of Bristol approved payment of ten shillings to five trumpeters 'which came in the Shipps that came from Cataya'.
The talented musician has received many awards, including from the Bahrain government in 2006 for being the best trumpeter in the Gulf.
In the meantime, next Thursday's more imminent Midland gig features the trumpeter leading a trio, but the big advantage is that entrance is free, as part of the regular foyer 5pm sets at the Bramall Music Building at the University Of Birmingham.
The band of Reut Regev, a trombonist and composer of Israel, Nicola Conte Combo, trumpeter Peter Ewans and his Zebulon trio, as well as the quartet consisting of Brazilian trumpeter Rob Mazurek and Sao Paulo Underground, performed as part of the Jazz Festival's after-midnight program.
Councillor Alan Kerr, Deputy Leader of South Tyneside Council, said: "Having entertained families from across the North East for a quarter of a century, Tommy the Trumpeter is undoubtedly one of the region's greatest treasures.
Last stop, Carnegie Hall; New York Philharmonic trumpeter William Vacchiano.
Kevin Vogeli capitalised on two goalkeeping errors by Neil Page to seize the early initiative but the introduction of second half substitute Ryan Trumpeter changed the game.
The sixth character, the trumpeter Andrew Lammie, has until now been known only from the ballad and its accompanying traditions.
American bassist Janisch was joined by Scots drummer Andrew Bain, pianist Steve Hamilton and Canadian trumpeter Jay Phelps for a driving set of original compositions and standards.
Since 1999, more than 2,100 trumpeter swans in northwest Washington and southwest British Columbia have died--about 15 percent of the birds that winter in this region.
THE BARMY ARMY have mobilised themselves to fight their biggest war yet over their trumpeter after reaching a stalemate with Aussie cricket chiefs.
Two trumpeter swans (Cygnus buccinator) bred and released into the wild by the AZA-accredited Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago (www.