There's no music like the bugle to stir the blood
, in the still solemnity of the morning twilight, with the dim plain stretching away to nothing and the spectral mountains slumbering against the sky.
And yet it was a coward's blow, and one to stir the blood
and loose the tongue of the most peaceful.
Dear old Gerry's throaty tones always stir the blood
, as they soar higher.
And for those of you of a certain nostalgic football age, this is going to stir the blood
, and a few memories, whether you loved or hated it.
BBC Proms 2017 BBC2, 9pm The nation's spirit might have been beaten down by recent events, but one annual highlight you can always rely on to stir the blood
and boost morale is the Proms, and the 2017 edition promises to be more special than ever.
No Euros or World Cup for England to fail at and with the greatest respect, Brechin v Montrose in the seventh round of the Scottish end-of-season play-offs doesn't stir the blood
And while this time the lads and lasses are in a more stable environment - they're back home after a posting in Cyprus last year - seeing them marching together still has the power to stir the blood
and make you feel thankful we're in safe hands.
There is something for everyone in the band's live performances - real passionate affairs that stir the blood
and exhilarate - from bluesy works of wonder to blistering bluegrass beauty.
In this engaging account of an incredible adventure, guaranteed to stir the blood
of the dullest armchair traveler, Tim Cope describes his three-year long horseback trek from Mongolia across Central Asian steppes to the Carpathian mountains in Hungary, retracing the steps of Genghis Khan and his successors--a journey never successfully completed since then.
THERE are few things in sport that stir the blood
quite as much as a derby game, and that's preciselyn what Cardiff Devils' under-14s side did in defeating Swindon Pumas.
May United produce a victory to stir the blood
and not a reminder that times have often been hard for the followers of a very unsuccessful, but muchloved, football club.
If repelling the French to claim a point was a solid enough start, the way England came back to beat Sweden 3-2 in Kiev on Friday night was enough to stir the blood
The smaller fracases, the .arguments about ownership of calves, fathered by 'our cow' and 'their bull' don't really stir the blood
But when the Local Government Secretary tried to stir the blood
of a still mostly elderly audience with talk of elected mayors, he only got a ripple of applause.
But you only have to listen to him vividly describing what it meant to him to have a winner at York to realise that racing has the ability to stir the blood
and quicken the pulse.