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Thursday, April 1, 2010

April Fool's Cello

Here is a short collection of cello jokes for the April 1st, 2010.
Jokes borrowed and slightly adapted from www.Cello.org
Pictures - from Commons.Wikimedia.org




Did you hear about the cellist who bragged that he could play 32nd notes? The rest of the orchestra didn't believe him, so he proved it by playing one.




A violinist noticed at the end of each rehearsal break, one of the cellists would look at the inside flap of his jacket before he sat down to resume rehearsal. This continued for several decades, and the violinist became quite curious about it.

One day, during hot weather, the cellist took off his jacket and went off on break. The violinist waited until everyone was off the platform, looked around, and sneaked over to the jacket. He pulled back the flap and saw a little note pinned on the inside......
It read: "Cello left hand, bow right."




Q: Why can't you hear a cello on a digital recording?
A: Recording technology has reached such an advanced level of development that all extraneous noise is eliminated.



A group of terrorists hijacked a plane full of cellists.
They called down to ground control with their list of demands and added that if their demands weren't met, they would release one cellist every hour.




Q: What's the difference between the first and last desk of a cello section?
A: A semi-tone.

A noted comic was recently flying to Toronto. He decided to strike up a conversation with his seat mate.
"I've got a great cellist joke. Would you like to hear it?"
"I should let you know first that I am a cellist".
"That's OK. I'll tell it real slow!"

Q: Why do so many people take an instant dislike to the cello?
A: It saves time.