I don't have any to list to remember.
However as I went to start a new thread on "in Memoriam" I found yours, and hope what i have to offer adds, and is not seen as a hijack, for that would sadden me.
Today I did, at my hometown memoriam, that which I have not in 20 years.
I played Taps.
I played the Echo taps, on My instrument, a baritone horn, not a bugle or trumpet.
I did this for years for my town, but as life moved on, so did their need for me, and the chance for other young musicians to do the same was granted to them.
I have not played my horn in 19 years, and only practiced Taps because last year I was saddend when no one was available to play the last call. So this year I was asked to be on stand by, and then to play echo, which i happily did, clearly, proudly, and (relatively) flawlessley, despite many flaws when practicing his week.
And with a lump in my throat while doing so.
So again WM, I have no specific to list, but I remembered those who gave all, and am glad to have been able to do my small part again.
Yes, Playing the Last Call still chokes me up.
Thank You all.
(And thank you WM for this thread)