Sunday, August 12, 2012

For My Musical Friends

I can read music. I can play a variety of things... chess, poker, hanging with friends, for instance. On a more musical turn, I can play CDs.

But I found this hilarious ~ sort of Mozart Meets Mad Magazine.

And I know I have a lot of artistically talented readers.  I'll bet that there is a larger percentage of creative people in our community than in the general population.

All you can see is a little bit here ~ I wanted it large enough to enjoy even if it's incomplete.  But click on it and be sure to blow it up to its maximum size so you catch all of the little nooks and crannies. The directions are worth the price of admission ("rests are imaginary" "untie slip knot" "gradually become agitated" and many more).

And if anyone can play it, I WANT A COPY.


  1. i jokingly tell people who know both selves that there are 3 types of cd: the money cd, the music cd and ... me!
    as a musician all i can say is that composition looks SCARY! LOL

  2. I love this, I have sent it around all my musician friends, so far only 2 responses one was that "It looks like a typical percussion part" the "Great where did you find this?" There are only a few down right impossible instructions like "Tune the Uke", It's only the lack of clarinets that stops me trying this with the brass band

  3. My kids' piano teacher has this framed on her wall. Lot of good stuff to keep you looking for awhile.


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