This is just a fraction of
the collection of Musical Jokes I have available. Most of them I have compiled
from the following website: http://www.mit.edu/~jcb/jokes/
Sir Thomas Beecham, a very famous conductor of yesteryear, is credited with the following quote to a cellist who was under-performing during rehearsal: "Madam, you hold between your legs the means to provide exquisite pleasure to man. I'd be most grateful if you'd stop scratching it during my rehearsal"
Sir Thomas also had this comment for a soprano who wasn't doing so well compared to the chorus: "Madam, I think they're gaining on you".
What's the difference between a violin and a
fiddle? The fiddle is fun to listen to.
Why should you never try to drive a roof nail with a violin? You might bend the nail.
How do you make a cello sound beautiful? Sell it and buy a violin.
Why was the piano invented? So the musician would have a place to set his beer.
What is the definition of a nerd? Someone who owns his own clarinet.
Why can't a gorilla play trumpet?He's too sensitive.
Why do bands have bass players?To translate for the drummer.
What's the definition of a alto? A soprano who can read music.
How do you get a guitar player to play softer? Give him some sheet music.
Why do bagpipe players walk while playing? To get away from the noise.
What is the definition of a half-step?Two oboes playing in unison.
How do you get a violinist to play tremolo? Write a whole note and mark it 'Solo.'
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