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Playing Music

Last summer, the local orchestra decided to play Beethoven's 9th symphony. However, it being quite hot, the players were working up quite a sweat, until a neighbor let them use the ventilators in her house. However, the wind from these ventilators was causing the notes to blow all over the place, so they had to tie them down to the note holders. The din from the ventilators was so bad that the bassists decided it didn't matter if they downed a few drinks and got royally drunk. Two of the bassists got so drunk that they pass out. One of the violinists, in disgust, decided to go home but slipped and fell. Thus, it was the bottom of the 9th, the bassists were loaded, the score was tied with two men out, and the fans were roaring wild when one of the players slid home.

Loud Clarinet?

Q: How do know a clarinet player is playing loud?

A: You can almost hear them.

Alto Clarinet

Q: What's the definition of a nerd?

A: Someone who has his or her own alto clarinet.

One Direction

Q: What s the Mexican version of One Direction

A: Juan Direction

True Gentleman

Q: What's the definition of a gentleman?

A: One who knows how to play the saxophone, but doesn't!