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Sunday, March 19, 2006
The Snazzy Title

Lately Ive been worried about my music being a bit ole fashioned. Now among the many other skills I should begin to cultivate if I want one day to hang with the kool kidz is the ability to come up with a Snazzy Title. What do you think of these?

Vacuum Cleaner Jam Session

Rock Turn

Eight Etudes and a Mosh Pit

Chamber-of-Death Concerto (featuring instruments made from blood or has this been Dun before?)

Billy Ran Back Out for Piano Man

Phil er up with Ludwig Van

SchuBurt Lieder (Im thinking one part Franz, one part Bacharach)

By Golly

Do Boy (a new take on In C perhaps?)

Its Hard Out Here for a Viola

(Hope I dont get into trouble for some of these.)

 



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