Tucket sonance

the sound of the tucket.

See also: Tucket

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Shakespeare, for example, in Henry V (Act 4, scene 2) was able to have the Constable of France announce `Then let the trumpets sound the tucket sonance and the note to mount' because English trumpeters were following the Continental practice of playing an attention-calling `tocata'--the `tucket Sonance'-before sounding the trumpet signal `Mont' a Cavallo'--the `note to mount'.