Someone has made a Google autocomplete map of the orchestra and it’s a bit worrying

28 February 2018, 16:25 | Updated: 28 February 2018, 16:29

Are trombone players good kissers? That's apparently a burning question for many. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra have been Googling their instruments, and we now know what the world is searching for.

What is the world searching for when it comes to instruments of the orchestra?

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra decided to find out, by Googling and screenshotting popular symphonic searches online.

Google autocomplete is a curious thing, which predicts your search based on the most popular previous searches using those words. This means we now know precisely what millions of Internet users are asking about the orchestra.

And apparently, it's all about clarinet ninjas, clowning bassoons and murderous cellos.

Other top queries include 'Why do trumpet players have big egos?' and 'Do oboe players die young?'.

Orchestral Google searches

We always knew the Internet was a cheery place...

Here are a few more bizarre classical music-related Google searches: