Synonyms for clarions

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The minstrels began to play, and the trumpets and clarions to sound.

The music came first, a noise of crowds and clarions playing merrily.

From the distance the martial bray of the Saracen clarions was heard.

From all parts of the camp trumpets and clarions were heard blowing signals.

Now let our clarions Proclaim the joyful news of our success!

The clarions sounded, and another wave stirred the multitude.

The flutes of the sheepfold are more delightful than the clarions of battle.

At the signal given by the president of the course, the clarions again sounded.

Then the sound of clarions and people approaching is heard, and Ollantay and Piqui Chaqui take to flight.

Meanwhile all the cocks in the countryside awoke one by one and heralded with their clarions the new day about to dawn.