Caption Competition - August 2006

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  1. Di

    Di Active Member

    Here we go again.

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    As always, its just for fun. :)
     
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  3. PeterBale

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    Fred couldn't quite grasp the idea of the Hammerklavier Sonata :eek:
     
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    How not to tune a sharp piano!
     
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    What happens if you ask Chewbacca to have a bash at the piano.

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    The piano on which New Buckenham Suite was composed is discovered by a local brass band.
     
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    Bearded student's recital didn't go as planned
     
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    The mis-spelling of "Chopsticks" on the sheet music led to a rather unfortunate incident.
     
  9. nook1938

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    Someone tell him you are supposed to hit it with the hammer, not kick it to bits.
     
  10. cornetmaest

    cornetmaest New Member

    i understand this must be HAMMERDEUS final work !!!!!!!!
     
  11. Di

    Di Active Member

    Rupert was told he wasn't hitting his accents hard enough so .....
     
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    The final of young contemporary musician 2006 was interesting to say the least

    the 728th verse of 'My Old Man' forced a member of the audience to 'turn off' the player piano
     
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  14. PeterBale

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    The new piano transcription of Mahler 6 solves once and for all the question of the extra hammer stroke!
     
  15. brassneck

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    "... and now for one of Peter Gabriel's greatest hits ... Sledgehammer"
     
  16. Griffin

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    Smashing performance
     
  17. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    Split notes? I'll show you split notes!
     
  18. 2nd man down

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    The first kill in the worst 'B' movie horror flick ever..."The bloodlust of the killer pianos"
     
  19. nook1938

    nook1938 Supporting Member

    I do not know why they are all laughing, it's their turn next.

    John
     
  20. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

    There are that many semiquavers in the bar and i cant play them quick enough to get them all in the 4 beats but two quick blasts with my trusty tool here will do the trick
     
  21. ian perks

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    when my part said ad lib i did not know you could do this
     
  22. ian perks

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    well with 450 bars rest and only 1 note to play on the triangle while band are on stage playing the area test piece i thought i would show some of the audience who are taking a breather what i really play in the band
     
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