Instruments renamed
  • Piccolo: scream maker
  • Flute: tooty toot
  • Oboe: quack machine
  • English horn: goose simulator
  • Clarinet: blue
  • Bassoon: rolling marbles
  • Saxophone: sexy quacking
  • French horn: star wars?
  • Trumpet: blemp
  • Trombone: fart machine
  • Tuba: big fart machine
  • Violin: crying children
  • Viola: firewood
  • Cello: delta faucet commercial music
  • Bass: bwah
stupid things the orchestral instruments do when they're performing
  • violins: they do this dramatic swaying thing and sometimes the performers' faces look like they caught a whiff of something that isn't good or bad but it's iffy as hell
  • violas: they drop their instrument real low, like almost so that the scroll is hitting their knee, and they almost hop out of their chairs. it's kind of intimidating
  • cellos: classic cello headbang
  • basses: that head thing djs at discos do
  • oboe: my god they're like the violins on steroids. they move all over the place and their expression just becomes more and more pained as their solo goes on. don't even get me STARTED on the eyebrows
  • clarinet: like the oboe but slightly more chilled out
  • flute: they lean forward and bob their heads as they AGGRESSIVELY spit into their instruments
  • bassoon: sometimes they close their eyes and start kind of dancing really passionately with their instrument and it's kind of uncomfortable to watch
  • the entire brass section: they sit fairly still compared to the other instruments, but they're still guilty of excessive eyebrow raising and lots of disapproving squints as they realize they're playing out of tune and everybody heard it
  • percussion: they get really excited before they get to play their one note like they'll hop around and start dancing and bobbing their head before their triangle part and it's adorable
  • piano: headbanging, head bobbing, swaying, pained expression (usually no eyebrow raises, though), and they sometimes drop their heads so that it looks like they're sniffing the keys
Butt music. Literally.

This is taken from the painting: The Garden of Earthly Delights

Now look closely…

And if you are curious as to what it sounds like here is the music for this artwork here it is:

You learn something new everyday ;)

orchestra/band instruments: top or bottom

violin: needy power bottom

viola: verse

cello: top

bass: bottom passing top

harp: BOTTOM

piano: they’re alone so

piccolo: literally anything anyone wants

flute: your royal pillow prince/princess

oboe: just happy to be there

english horn: say they’re a bottom but definitely a top

bass clarinet: verse

clarinet: bottom

bassoon: top

saxophone: verse, up for anything

contrabasson: top

horn: verse

tuba: power bottom

trombone: top passing bottom

trumpet: you’d think they’re tops but they’re all needy bottoms

percussion: tops, they’re all tops, every single one of them

Theater kids nailing “no food or drink” signs all over “their” performing arts building: we make the rules

Choir kids exploiting 3 loopholes, slirping down cup noodles in the bathroom so the teachers won’t see them: we’re the reason for the rules

Orchestra kids lying in the middle of the hallway right in font of the “no food or drink” signs with pizza and soda: the rules don’t apply to us

This Is Gospel (split audio)
Panic! At The Disco (left) & GnuS Cello (right)

Nothing study-related, I’m afraid, but I played around with GnuS wonderful new cover of “This is Gospel” and the original in audacity and thought the result was pretty cool. 

Listen with headphones! 

Left headphone: Panic! At The Disco (Piano Version)
Right headphone: GnuS Cello Cover