The Bugles of Silence

Léon Bloy, “Le Musicien du silence” (1893)

I [the composer Pouyadou] could point you to important pieces written for a set of completely voiceless trumpets that I call the bugles of Silence, after the model of the unrecoverable buccins that once overthrew the walls of Jericho [via].

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