2020 Oct 20 - Super Adagio World

I’d like a Mario game that largely focussed on the music references

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2019 Nov 30 - Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Something for St Andrew Day. I wish I could buy a stylised Scottish songbook like this.

2019 Jun 27 - Nasty Looking Key

Be careful it doesn’t cut a hole in your pocket, it looks sharp

2019 May 26 - Modern (moz)Art pt2 - Jackson Pollock Edition

Now I think about it, Pollock/Polka, I missed a trick there

2019 Jan 27 - Rare Time Signatures part 2

There’s probably be some kind of octal vs binary joke out there for computer scientist purists.

2018 Dec 26 - Bronze Age Section

Most music for the bronze section is written in A, G and E

2018 Nov 24 - Do Re Mi Sci-Fi La Ti Do

In space nobody can hear you practicing

2018 Oct 17 - Iron Bar

Having looked at the periodic tabIe, it should actually just been two minums: F and E

2018 Sep 13 - Racket

There’s probably a joke about it having a large Handel in there too.

2018 Aug 18 - O-Boat

Weeks at sea, followed by a few weeks at eff before returning to sea.

2018 Jul 18 - Duracello

Size double A440

2018 Jun 25 - Bad Conductor Jokes pt3 (France Edition)

I’ll make a separate dedicated wine puns thing at a later date.

2018 May 23 - Chord

I bet that V8 engine makes a good sound

2018 Apr 30 - Blues Bird

His friend BB Kingfisher plays guitar

2018 Mar 22 - Bad Conductor Jokes pt2 (Austria Edition)

For those with upcoming Mozart, Haydn, Mahler, Schubert or Strauss

2018 Mar 19 - Tower Bridge

There’s probably some musical themes/Thames joke in there somewhere

2018 Feb 25 - Rare Time Signatures part 1

Confusingly “be four” is written after the key signature and not before

2018 Jan 29 - Bad Conductor Jokes pt1 (Russia Edition)

Are you a conductor? Are you fed up with bad “Rushing” “Russian” puns while rehearsing Shostakovich?

2017 Dec 17 - Rambow

An action film with lots of violence. (violins, read it out loud)

2017 Nov 23 - iVolin

Don't confuse the charger with a USB-C# connector

2017 Nov 07 - Chessendo

I wonder what percentage of brass/percussion players have at one point played chess on an iPhone during a long rest passage?

2017 Oct 28 - Shark Movie

I was going to title this "Tribute to John Williams" but that's pretty much any movie with a decent soundtrack

2017 Oct 17 - Mondrian

Mondrian's work is actually quite cool and far more varied than you expect once you start browsing through it all

2017 Oct 04 - Dyssoon

I'm not sure which department John Lewis would sell it in

2017 Oct 03 - If Stalin had focussed his energies elsewhere

In an alternative universe, I imagine Stravinsky and Stalin were actually great friends and Mussolini spent 20 years as music director of the La Scala

2017 Sep 12 - Trum-Kit

I'm not actually sure which part of this combination would contribute more noise

2017 Sep 06 - Double(Neck) Bass

It is a crying shame that nobody in Led Zeppelin played double bass on stage

2017 Aug 29 - Too much Arts Funding

People often say "let's spend as much money on the arts as we do the military" without thinking about potential consequences

2017 Aug 25 - Russian Doll Piano

Is anyone out there a] good at carpentry b] got way too much time on their hands?

2017 Aug 20 - Jurrasic Rosin

In the movie, John Hammond doesn't have too much of a backstory but I like to imagine he was a keen violin player who found the mosquito in some violin rosin and perhaps listened to Saint-Saëns whilst working on the park.

2017 Aug 14 - Pictures at an Exhibition

1 1 Sure, Mussorgsky's 1874 version is good, but in my mind it'll always be a poor relation to Emerson, Lake and Palmer's seminal 1971 album.