It won’t be long before Mutt is ranked among the most famous cymbalists of all time, such as . . . uh . . .
Why did the Orchestra Conductor visit the Chiropractor? (A) His Bach was bad.
I played cymbals in my junior high band in an arrangement of “Marche Militaire” that only had three crashes. By the time the first came, I was so psyched up the tympanist fell out of his chair and at least one flautist (my sister) lost her place.
Kind of agree. Waiting for the next shoe to drop.
Mutt discovers his true calling in life!
Jeff opines on the birds and the bees.
It can drive you crazy playing tympani (alias kettledrums) when the score just says, “silent for 40 bars of 3/4, then 60 bars of 2/4, then 4 bars of 2/2, and then come in fortissimo right HERE!”