How musicians do it

Altos are sandwiched between sopranos and tenors.

Bach did it with the organ.

Band members do it all night.

Band members do it in a parade.

Band members do it in front of 100,000 people.

Band members do it on the football field.

Baritones do it deeper.

Bass clarinetists put it between their legs and blow.

Basses and altos do it lower.

Basses have rhythm.

Beethoven did it apassionately.

Beethoven was the first to do it with a full orchestra.

Choir boys do it unaccompanied.

Clarinetists do it with alternate fingerings.

Contrabass clarinetists do it deeper with a lot of tongue and steady rhythm.

Cymbal players do it with a crash.

DJs do it on request.

DJs do it on the air.

Drummers beat it.

Drummers do it with both hands and feet.

Drummers do it with rhythm.

FM Disc Jockeys do it in stereo and with high fidelity.

Frank Sinatra does it his way.

Harpsichordists do it continuously!

Music hackers do it at 3 am.

Musicians do it with rhythm.

Musicians duet together.

Organists ... um, well ...

Piano players have faster fingers

Piano students learn on their teachers' instruments.

Singers do it with their diaphragms.

Sopranos and tenors do it higher.

Sopranos do it in unison.

Tenors have breath control.

Trombone players do it in 7 positions.

Trombones do it faster.

Trombonists use more positions.

Trumpet players blow the best.

Trumpet players do it with a fanfare.

Tuba players do it with big horns.

Tubas do it deeper.

Violinists do it gently.

Violists do it alone.

Violoncellists do it low.

Virtuosi appreciate it.

Vocalists are good in their mouths.

Woodwind players do it in the reeds.

Submitted by Calamjo
Edited by Glaci

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