SB 10.71.14

tato ratha-dvipa-bhaṭa-sādi-nāyakaiḥ
 karālayā parivṛta ātma-senayā
mṛdaṅga-bhery-ānaka-śaṅkha-gomukhaiḥ
 praghoṣa-ghoṣita-kakubho nirakramat
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — then; ratha — of His chariots; dvipa — elephants; bhaṭa — infantry; sādi — and cavalry; nāyakaiḥ — with leaders; karālayā — fearsome; parivṛtaḥ — surrounded; ātma — personal; senayā — by His army; mṛdaṅga — by mṛdaṅga drums; bherī — bherī horns; ānaka — kettledrums; śaṅkha — conchshells; go-mukhaiḥ — and go-mukha horns; praghoṣa — by the resounding; ghoṣita — filled with vibrations; kakubhaḥ — all directions; nirakramat — He went out.
Translation: 
As the vibrations resounding from mṛdaṅgas, bherīs, kettledrums, conchshells and gomukhas filled the sky in all directions, Lord Kṛṣṇa set out on His journey. He was accompanied by the chief officers of His corps of chariots, elephants, infantry and cavalry and surrounded on all sides by His fierce personal guard.