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101+ Music Jokes


101+ Music Jokes

By LOL Funny Jokes Club


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Table of Contents

Music Jokes

[][][] Music Jokes

Q: How do you get a wedding singer off your front porch?

A: Pay for the pizza.

Q: What do you call a group of lousy singers?

A: A-crapella.

Q: What do you call an arrogant trombone player?

A: A brass-hole.

Q: What will you never say about a banjo player?

A: That is the banjo player’s Porsche.

Q: How do you get a clarinet player to play louder?

A: You can’t!

Q: What do you call a fish that needs vocal help?

A: Autotuna.

Q: What kind of berry plays an English horn?

A: A tooty fruity.

Q: How many bass players does it take to change a light bulb?

A: None. The piano player can do that with his left hand though.

Q: What do you call a cow that plays guitar?

A: A moo-sician.

Q: How do know a clarinet player is playing loud?

A: You can almost hear them.

Q: What music do balloons dislike?

A: Pop music.

Q: Why did the bass player get mad at the timpanist?

A: He turned a peg and wouldn’t tell the bass player which one.

Q: How late does the band play?

A: About half a beat behind the drummer.

Q: Why do hummingbirds hum?

A: They don’t know the words.

Q: How is a heart like a musician?

A: They both have a beat.

Q: What do you say to a punk rocker in a three piece suit?

A: Will the defendant please rise?

Q: What’s the difference between a violist and a dressmaker?

A: A dressmaker tucks up frills.

Q: How do you make a bandstand?

A: Take away their chairs.

Q: How do you know if there is a drummer at your door?

A: The knocking always speeds up.

Q: Why did the boy bring a ladder to chorus?

A: He wanted to sing higher.

Q: Why is it difficult to get inside a piano?

A: The keys are on the inside.

Q: What’s the definition of a nerd?

A: Someone who has his or her own alto clarinet.

Q: What was the name of the green singer?

A: Elvis Parsley.

Q: Why did they arrest the musician?

A: He got into big treble.

Q: What is musical and handy in the supermarket?

A: A Chopin Lizst.

Q: What do you get if you cross a lamp with a violin?

A: Light music.

Q: What do you call a mammoth who conducts an orchestra?

A: Tuskanini.

Q: Why did the boy who wrecked his bike in a barbed-wire fence miss his music lessons?

A: He had already completed the sharps and flats.

Q: What happened when the piano fell into the mine?

A: A flat minor!

Q: Why did the music student have a piano in the bathroom?

A: He was practicing Handel’s Water Music.

Q: Why do drummers always have trouble entering a room?

A: They never know when to come in.

Q: How are pirates such great singers?

A: They know how to hit the high C’s.

Q: When is the water in the shower room musical?

A: When it’s piping hot.

Q: What is the difference between a cello and a coffin?

A: The coffin has the corpse on the inside.

Q: Why did the guys let the sweet potato join the band?

A: So they could have a yam session.

Q: Did you hear about the bass player who locked his keys in his car?

A: It took him four hours to get the drummer out.

Q: What is the difference between a banjo and an anchor?

A: You tie a rope to an anchor before you throw it overboard.

Q: How is playing a bagpipe like throwing a javelin blindfolded?

A: You don’t have to be very good to get people’s attention.

Q: What did the bagpiper score on his IQ test?

A: Drool.

Q: Why do bagpipers leave their case on the dashboards?

A: So they can park in handicapped zones.

Q: Why do bagpipers walk when they play?

A: To get away from the noise.

Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?

A: To get away from the bagpipe recital.

Q: What’s an accordion good for?

A: Learning how to fold a map.

Q: How do you protect a valuable instrument?

A: Hide it in an accordion case.

Q: How do you fix a broken tuba?

A: With tuba glue.

Q: What do lead trumpet players use for birth control?

A: Their personality.

Q: What is the definition of an optimist?

A: An accordion player with a pager.

Q: What’s the difference between a chainsaw and an accordion?

A: A chainsaw can be tuned.

Q: How many bass players does it take to change a light bulb?

A: Only one, but the guitarist has to show him first.

Q: How can you tell the difference between all the banjo songs?

A: By their names.

Q: What is the difference between a banjo and a chain saw?

A: A chain saw has a dynamic range.

Q: What is the difference between a Wagnerian soprano and a Wagnerian Tenor?

A: About 10 pounds.

Q: What is the missing link between the bass and the ape?

A: The baritone.

Q: How do you tell when your lead singer is at the door?

A: He can’t find the key and doesn’t know when to come in.

Q: Why are conductors’ hearts popular for transplants?

A: They’ve had little use.

Q: Why do the singers rock left and right while performing on stage?

A: It is more difficult to hit a moving target.

Q: What’s the definition of a quartertone?

A: A bagpiper tuning his drones.

Q: Why did the Boy Scout take up the banjo?

A: They make good paddles.

Q: What’s the definition of perfect pitch?

A: When an accordion is thrown down the toilet without it touching the sides.

Q: Why don’t they know where Mozart is buried?

A: Because he’s Haydn!

Q: What is every cat’s favorite song?

A: Three Blind Mice.

Q: What’s the difference between an onion and an accordion?

A: No one cries when you chop up an accordion.

Q: What do you call a male quartet?

A: Three men and a tenor.

Q: What happens if you sing country music backwards?

A: You get your job and your wife back.

Q: What kind of music do the planets and stars listen to?

A: Nep-tunes.

Q: Which positions does a violist use?

A: First, third, and emergency.

Q: What is the difference between a dog and a viola?

A: The dog knows when to stop scratching.

Q: Why are orchestra intermissions only twenty minutes long?

A: So the violists don’t need to be retrained.

Q: What is the most musical part of a fish?

A: Its scales.

Q: How is lightning like a violists fingers?

A: Neither one strikes in the same place twice.

Q: What is the difference between the first and last desk of a viola section?

A: Half a measure.

Q: What is the difference between a viola and a trampoline?

A: You take off your shoes before you jump on the trampoline.

Q: What do you call the musical part of a turkey?

A: Drumsticks.

Q: What is the definition of a major seventh?

A: A violist playing octaves.

Q: What’s the difference between trumpet players and government bonds?

A: Government bonds eventually mature and earn money.

Q: What do you get if Bach dies and is reincarnated as twins?

A: A pair of Re-Bachs.

Q: What did the elves sing when Santa came back from delivering presents?

A: Freeze a jolly good fellow!

Q: What do you get if Bach falls off a horse but has the courage to get on again and continue riding?

A: Bach in the saddle again.

Q: Why is a violinist like a Scud missile?

A: Both are offensive and inaccurate.

Q: What do a viola and lawsuits have in common?

A: Everyone is happy when the case is closed.

Q: How can you tell when a tenor is really stupid?

A: When the other tenors notice.

Q: What is the most musical bone in the body?

A: The trom-bone.

Q: Why don’t violists play hide and seek?

A: Because no one will look for them.

Q: How do you make a violin sound like a viola?

A: Sit in the back and don’t play.

Q: What is the best recording of the Walton viola concerto?

A: Music Minus One.

Q: What is the difference between a trombone and a trumpet?

A: A trombone will bend before it breaks.

Q: How can you tell which kid belongs to a trombone player?

A: He complains about the slide and he can’t swing.

Q: How do you make a trombone sound like a French horn?

A: Stick your hand in the bell and play lots of wrong notes.

Q: How can you tell if a violin is out of tune?

A: The bow is moving.

Q: What do you get when you drop a piano on an army?

A: A flat major.

Q: Why are most soprano jokes one-liners?

A: So the tenors can understand them.

Q: Did you hear about the musician crime wave?

A: Drive-by recitals.

Q: What is the difference between a violist and a terrorist?

A: Terrorists have sympathizers.

Q: Why does a viola burn longer than a violin?

A: It is usually still in the case.

Q: What is the difference between a trumpet soloist and King Kong?

A: King Kong is more sensitive.

Q: Why was the soprano standing outside the door?

A: She forgot the key.

Q: What do you call a singing elf?

A: A wrapper.

Q: What do you call a person who plays the viola?

A: A violator.

Q: How many punk rockers does it take to change a light bulb?

A: Two. One to change it and the other to smash the old bulb.

Q: What is a bassoon good for?

A: Fire wood.

Q: What did Mozart’s ghost say to visitor of his tomb?

A: I’m decomposing!

Q: How do lead guitarists change a light bulb?

A: They just steal someone else’s.

Q: What do you call a musician with a college degree?

A: Night Manager at burger joint.


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  • Author: Hey Sup Bye Publishing
  • Published: 2017-08-14 18:32:15
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