Taps Sheet Music for Trumpet?

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Taps is played by trumpet or bugle at the close of military funerals. It is a variation of a song written by a Civil War general, and was used by the military up to 1860, when it was revised to the version we are familiar with today. The sheet music shows that it is a very easy song to play.
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Trumpet sheet music for the song Taps can be found in most music stores. It can also be found online. In most cases it will come in a book that cost around $10-$15.
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