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:lol:

I can't think of any on my own :x

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I finally thought of one.

What composer cuts his own hair?

Samuel Barber


(boo, hiss - I know - not so great)

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The Daily Giggle - Sunday edition

C-- BOVINE

Name some bovine composers.


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Tchai-cow ski
Rimski-cow-sakov
Hans von- bull-ow
Ferraccio bull-soni
Vincenzo Bull-ini
Artur Schna-bull (he also composed)

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Something tells me Mark Twain would get a kick out of these.

(Insert correct answer) :lol:


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A few hours early.

D-- WATERY

Name some watery composers, or any other musicians.

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Pala-streamer
Sir Thomas Beach-um
Edward Mac-Towel
Brook-ner
Al- bay-nitz
Max- Brook
Frederik Ku-lake
Ludwig van Bay-thoven
Sea-belius
Meyer-beer
Wine-iavski
Frederic Cho-pond
Franz Joseph Hydrant


Can you think of any more?

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Location: Obamanation, unfortunately...
Amy Beach ....duh :P

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The Daily Laugh/Groan - Tuesday edition


E--COLDS

1-What composers have colds?
2-What composer most certainly has a cold?

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1- Tchai-cough-ski
Sergei Pro-cough-iev
Rimsli Korsa-cough

2-Rimski-of -course -a-cough

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:lol: :x (laugh groan)


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Oh, haha - I get it. :lol:

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pianolady wrote:
Oh, haha - I get it. :lol:



did i miss something? do tell...

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The Daily Snicker - Wednesday edition

F--MONEY

1-What composer gambles a lot?
2-What composer wins a lot?
3-W hat composer makes frequent bets
4-What composer has money?
5- What composer has enough money?

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1-Domenico Scarlottery
2-Win-iavski
3-Ludwig van Bet-often
4-Rach-money-nov
5-Rach-money-enough


(I love these Beethoven ones)

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The Daily Chortle - Thursday edition

G--MISCELLANY

1-What composer belongs in a delicatessen?
2-What composer has hardly enough cereal?
3-Name some musicians related to time.
4-What composer is prepared to write on a blackboard?
5-What composer exhibits kitchen ware?


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1-Al-baloney
2-Hector Barely-oats
3-Leopold Hour, Vladimir Hour-witz and the SECOND son of Bach. Also Ponchielli (who wrote Dance of the Hours) and Chopin, who wrote a minute waltz.
4-Got Chalk
5-Frederic Show Pan.

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No. 4 - very funny. No. 3 - Carl Phillip Emanuel? don't get that one.

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No. 3 - Carl Phillip Emanuel? don't get that one.



The second son of bach....there are 60 seconds in a minute. He is the second son. Comprehend?

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Quote:
Comprehend?


Nope.

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Comprehend?


Nope.




Oh my... :?

Someone else care to try to explain to her that the hint was related to time and that the SECOND son of Bach was CPE Bach, the most famous of the bach sons. 60 seconds in a minute, there is the time relation.

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:P Heheh, Minute Waltz... Reminds me of something terrible (and funny)... :lol: I played it some years ago..., but I'm sure you don't want to know how... ... ... :oops:
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6-Name a hybrid composer.
7-Name a sleepy hybrid composer who has Russian and Irish tendencies.
8-What composer reaches great heights?
9-What composers sound when struck?
10-What composer has gangster-like tendencies?

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6-Rimsky Tchai-korsakoff-ski.
7-Modeste Mc-Snore-ski
8-Claude Mountain-verdi
9-Bell-ini, Hans von Bell-ow, Ferraccio Bell-soni and Pachel-Bell
10-Buxte-hoodlum

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The Daily Lark - Saturday edition

H -- OTHER MUSICIANS
1-What pianist is in a hurry?
2-What pianist has feline characteristics?
3-What pianist keeps returning home?
4-What violinist brings tears to ones eyes?
5- What violinist has strong seizures?


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1-Myra Haste.
2-Dinu Lu-kitty.
3-Wilhelm Back-House
4-Fritz Cry-sler
5-Jascha High-Fits

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The Daily Guffaw - Sunday edition


H -- OTHER MUSICIANS (second half)

6-What violinist is helpful in seating people in a theater?
7-What violinist is useful for sewing?
8-What conductor is elephantine?
9-What cellist likes to play with a certain toy?
10- How does a cellist greet one?

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6-Usher Heifetz
7-Thimble-ist
8-Tusk-anini.
9-Yo yo Ma
10-Cello!

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The Daily Hoot - Monday edition

I--NON-MUSICIANS

1-What painters are always on the move?
2-What painter chooses his donkey?
3-What painter remembers his aunt?
4-What author resembles a weapon being rapidly moved back and forth?


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1-Van Go and Go-gauin
2-Pablo Pick-Ass-o
3-Remember-ant
4-William Shake-Spear

(hahahaha)

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The Daily Cackle - Rainy Tuesday Edition

I--NON-MUSICIANS (second half)


5-What author has difficulty in his speech?
6-What New England author is well known?
7-What new England author is chesty?
8- What author is clearly related to a banana?

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5-Ernest Hem-n-Haw
6-Ralph Waldo Eminent
7-Henry Thorax
8-Eugene O'Peel

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The Daily ? FINAL Edition (good thing because I've run out of synonyms)


J--SOME OTHER QUESTIONS

1-What are caution children?
2-What makes dogs religious?
3-When a book is tired, why should it be sent to Rumania?
4-In the Middle Ages, a Buddhist came to a Hunharian city and tried to convert everyone to Buddhism. He was very aggressive and made a real nuisance of himself. He was subsequently known as the?

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1-I don't know, but while driving, I saw a sign on the road with those two words.
2-(a)- When they become dog-matic
(b)-When they obey Canine- Law
(c) when two of them stand at right angles to each other, they become ortho-dogs.
3- To give the book-a rest.
4- he became known as the Buddha-Pest'


:lol: :lol: Thank you, Raymond. I got a lot of laughs (and groans :) )

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:D :lol: :x :roll: :cry: :lol:


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Those were clever! :lol:

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pianolady wrote:
3-Leopold Hour, Vladimir Hour-witz and the SECOND son of Bach. Also Ponchielli (who wrote Dance of the Hours) and Chopin, who wrote a minute waltz.


Messaien wrote the quartet for the end of time!

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diminished2nd wrote:
pianolady wrote:
3-Leopold Hour, Vladimir Hour-witz and the SECOND son of Bach. Also Ponchielli (who wrote Dance of the Hours) and Chopin, who wrote a minute waltz.


Messaien wrote the quartet for the end of time!


Ummm...what are we talking about here? I don't remember saying that. :?

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