Music terms you never knew
Music composed by the random selection of pitches and rhythms. Frequently found in some professional opera choruses.
Leaving your answering machine on all the time.
When a conductor can't get him to stop.
A singer in good physical condition. As opposed to the "Cantus phlabbious" (see Sackbutt).
A concert of, for example, accordions or kazoos.
An alto who has been convicted.
In an operatic relationship, usually the mezzo-soprano.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky in leather pants and a t-shirt.
What usually precedes the highest note in the soprano's big aria.
What occurs when the conductor loses his place.
The only kind of music allowed at the Southern Baptist Convention.
Like a regular motif, but less filling.
Throwing a banjo in the dumpster without hitting the sides.
A condiment frequently put on a parrot sandwich.
Six parrots singing "Exultate justi."
What usually happens after eating a parrot sandwich.
A soprano over the age of 65.
Basses 2, Castrati 0.
The "All-You-Can-Eat" buffet at Luciano's kitchen.
"Oh, the singing was terrible!"
Theme and variations:
"The singing was terrible, the production was awful,and those costumes!"
What is often enjoyed over ice after an evening at the opera.