Talk:Martial music

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Adding citations Malcolm, Charles A. The Piper in Peace and War. London: J. Murray, 1927. Print.208 Farmer, Henry George. The Rise & Development of Military Music. London: W. Reeves, 1912. Print Hexham, Henry. The First Part of the Principles of the Art Military. Oxford UK: Text Creation Partnership, 1642. Print. 211 — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rolarreola (talkcontribs) 09:29, 14 March 2016 (UTC)


REVIEW: Hi Rolando! I like how you added information to the existing section on trumpets, and that you also added a new section on shawms. However if you could please try to elaborate on this section more, or I would suggest contributing to another existing section or adding another instrument maybe? This will show your diversity in knowledge on the subject. I also noticed you went back and changed some of your own grammatical errors; great job on catching that! It shows that you are continuously working and improving the article. Kiannagorman (talk) 23:54, 15 April 2016 (UTC)Kianna