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1 The ceremony opened with a fanfare of trumpets.
2 The trumpets blared as the procession got under way.
3 We need a big powerful sound from the trumpets in the final passage.
4 The royal couple arrived to a fanfare of trumpets.
5 A fanfare of trumpets will sound for the Queen.
6 As the trumpets were blowing the queen approached.
7 The trumpets have six bars'rest.
8 They marched off stage to the sound of trumpets.
9 A flourish of trumpets marked the Queen's arrival.
10 A fanfare of trumpets heralded the arrival of the King.
11 Pate de foie gras to the sound of trumpets?
12 Trumpets blew all the time,[www.Sentencedict.com] and drums were beating.
13 Somebody brushes sand off his drum, as trumpets ooze.
14 I seemed to hear trumpets and see colourful flags and standards fluttering in the sea breeze.
15 The trumpets shall sound and the Lord shall descend even so it is.
16 When they originally emerged to the sound of trumpets[sentencedict.com], I had no means of recording their genes.
17 Trumpets sounded, press-men hoisted their notebooks and their Kodaks, and cinema newshounds began to crank the handles of their cameras.
18 A cacophony of violins, clarinets and trumpets fills the air.
19 Trumpets sounded, drums beat, whips cracked, mules squealed, and teamsters cursed.
20 The shrill blast of their brazen trumpets echoed triumphantly through the heart of the land.
21 Hence trumpets crooked in all keys are to be found in scores of the classical period.
22 There are seven priests, with seven trumpets, and the whole business takes exactly seven days.
23 A wreath was laid on the monument to a fanfare of trumpets.
24 The royal visitor was saluted by a fanfare of trumpets.
25 On passing under the building a cacophony of kettle drums and trumpets would once have announced the arrival of any important visitor.
26 On the bitterly cold morning of Sunday 13 November 1715 the two armies were woken respectively by bagpipes and trumpets.
27 More brilliance still would be given to the tune if the trumpets doubled the trombone at the octave above.
28 The scientific establishment can resist a new idea with such complacent zeal that even Joshua with his trumpets would have no effect.
29 The narrow, hot streets dinned with the silver bray of trumpets and the shrieks of dying men and women.
30 Who remains to wage the battles and to sound the trumpets?