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Whether you file your nails on a tiny violin or cut up your veg on a 'Chopin' board, join us in celebrating the most niche-interest musical merchandise on the planet this Christmas. Sometimes it's possible to love classical music TOO much…
This piano-inspired toilet seat brings a whole new meaning to 'tinkling the ivories'.
A violin nail buff, for violin buffs. Props to whoever designed this ever-practical gift.
The only thing that could make this any tackier is if this snow globe played music. Our vote's for Rach 2, please.
This must be where Eye-naudi keeps his specs.
Not a Chopin Liszt, but a Chopin board – turns out kitchen-based musical puns are big business.
Lovers of Mozart. Lovers of retro sweets. If you're the one person in the middle of this niche Venn diagram, console yourself with a classical candy dispenser.
Tell the world you're a fan of Bark and Pooch-ini with this keyboard dog leash.
If music be the love of food (or something like that), wow your friends and neighbours with edible musical treats in a range of shapes: there's a piano, a few quavers, a guitar, violin, and what we can only assume is a
pregnant alien treble clef.
Never mind a tote bag, this is a note bag. For those who fancy learning to read music on their weekly shop.
We've told John Suchet to stop leaving his tie lying around the office...
Any music lover who's worth their salt should be dialin' on this violin. Hopefully there'll be a mobile version produced soon so we can play Air on a 4G string.
N.B. Don't buy this if you've already got the piano loo seat.
Love music? Hate getting bits of old food stuck in the drain? This treble clef-inspired plug is for you! (Seriously, who comes up with these things?)
Now you can get your maths homework and your piano practice out of the way at the same time.
Are you Rach-man-enough to pull these off in the ring?
The perfect excuse to go Bach to Bed-hoven.