What better way for musicians to celebrate April Fools’ Day than to share some music humor? Here are some of our favorites.
What’s the definition of a minor second?
Two piccolos playing in unison.
Flute players spend half their time tuning their instrument and the other half playing out of tune.
What’s the difference between an oboe and an onion?
No one cries when you chop up an oboe.
What’s the definition of a nerd?
Someone who owns his own alto clarinet.
What is “perfect pitch?”
When you lob a clarinet into a dumpster without hitting the rim.
What’s the purpose of the bell on a bass clarinet?
Storing the ashes from the rest of the instrument.
What’s the difference between a bassoon and a trampoline?
You take off your shoes when you jump on the trampoline.
What’s the difference between a lawn mower and a soprano saxophone?
The neighbors are upset if you borrow a lawn mower and don’t return it.
How many alto sax players does it take to change a light bulb?
Five: one to handle the bulb and four to contemplate how David Sanborn would’ve done it.
If you were lost in the woods, who would you trust for directions: an in-tune tenor sax player, an out-of-tune tenor sax player or the Tooth Fairy? Continue reading ‘Musical Jokes: A Compilation of Sheet Music Plus Favorites’