This is lovely, it is not Taps, though. It is another classical piece and is quite similar. I wish I could recall the title.
Ms. Kilgore is correct. The piece is often referred to as the "full rendition" of Taps. However, it was composed in 1965 by an Italian composer by the name of Nini Rosso. It's title is "Il Silenenzo." It is based on the Taps refrain. The above performance occurred in The Netherlands in 2010, and the young lady was 13 years old. It was in honor of over 8,000 Americans that died in the fighting to free The Netherlands from the Nazi grip during WWII. Not Taps? True. Based on Taps, moving, beautiful, dedicated to American heroes? Also true. I am very familiar with Taps and I like it. However, this piece is very moving and in the above setting was quite appropriate, and highly acclaimed.
I apologize for any misleading info I may have presented. I guess I got a little lazy and failed to give the accurate background of the very beautiful and meaningful piece. The piece is clearly not the "Taps" I knew as a Boy Scout, nor when I was in service. Sally was correct.
Post Script: I just viewed the clip again. It is beautiful.