RWC trademark trumpet

Discussion in 'Rugby World Cup 2007' started by GraDoN, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. GraDoN

    GraDoN Guest

    Hi, i think we all know that sound after points have been scored or at the start of any game, does someone have it in mp3 format. i REALLY want it
     
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  3. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

    I imagine you talk about the "PEÑA BAIONA"
    It's the official Bayonne supporters song.
     
  4. Fa'atau82

    Fa'atau82 Guest

    The guy, or gal who does that must have got well hacked off during NZ-Portugal..
     
  5. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

  6. asado

    asado Guest

    That's one of the few things of this RWC that I'm not missing ...
     
  7. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

    Or do you talk about this very short Spanish trumpet song, with a general "ooooléééé" at the end?
     
  8. asado

    asado Guest

    That's the one that I will not miss at all.
     
  9. Aeros

    Aeros Guest

    I hated that. Almost like the crowd needs a trumpet confirmation that there was indeed a score or replacement, just incase they're not sure.
     
  10. GraDoN

    GraDoN Guest

    ya that :>
     
  11. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

    ya that :>
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    I'll do some search, but it will be hard to found.
    In fact, this little song is traditionally played on Spanish arena during corridas.
     
  12. nam97

    nam97 Guest

    The matador call? In Spain it's the call for the Matador to enter the bull fighting arena isn't it?
     
  13. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

    No, it's not this song, but i'm not an "aficionados".
    It could be better to have a Catalan RFF member answer.
     
  14. ikvat

    ikvat Guest

  15. Yeah, what was up with that band that always played? I almost flipped a switch every time that damn trumpet went off. Especially in the group stages when you just wanted to spend a day on the sofa and watch some nice rugby... at some point i though they were flying them to every game in a helicopter!
     
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