The Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire is retiring on Friday the 8th, and I've been asked to supply a trumpeter to play something appropriate during a ceremony taking place in the afternoon. I've located a trumpeter (no mean feat at this time of year!), but find myself unsure as to what would be most appropriate for him to play. Bugle calls were mentioned. I thought of "Reveille" (not "Rouse" - I mean the Reveille in F which is often played on Remembrance Sunday), but is it appropriate for the situation? Or the bugle call from "Sunset" (quite opposite to Reveille in meaning, I suppose) seems a possibility. Then again, I have a booklet entitled "Infantry Bb Bugle & Trumpet Tutor & Calls". This has a call entitled "Salute (Viceroy, Governor-General, Governor, or His Majesty's Chief Representative)". It's a very boring looking call, almost entirely on C... is it appropriate? The following one in the book looks more interesting - indeed, I recognise it - but is apparently intended for Field Marshals and General Officers. Does that cover Lords Lieutenant, I wonder? All opinions welcomed.