19 classical music tweets that honestly belong in a museum
4 August 2020, 15:08 | Updated: 4 August 2020, 15:19
These excellent memes are the classical folklore of the future.
And that’s God’s honest truth.
Playing piano is so easy. You simply depress the key indicated on the sheet music. A child's instrument— It's *a* Bible (@chelounger) August 3, 2020
The proper, mature way to deal with a break-up.
for $5 I’ll comment “intonation” on your ex’s recital on youtube— jerrell jackson (@datbassjawn) October 25, 2019
anime conventions are just the modern day equivalent of going to the opera.— Sink Megami Tensei 𓅳 (@41skeletons) August 3, 2020
you are not going to the opera to go to the opera. you are going to SEE and BE SEEN by SOCIETY in your finest apparel (cosplay) while you gossip in your theatre box (hotel room) with your close friends
Horsey knows talent when he sees it
There’s... something different here
computer: choose a password— kie (@kieransofar) June 14, 2020
computer: password cannot contain symbols
When they tell you music is a universal language
Today's music fact:— Joel / Roomie (@roomieofficial) August 4, 2020
In Swedish, A Flat (Ab) is written and pronounced "ass"
A very clever person
can't believe they canceled Vivaldi after just four seasons— Mowgli (@Holy_Mowgli) July 11, 2018
If this is the future, just leave me here.
Mechanic: please leave my store
Me: My tire's making a whistling sound— Ayn Randy (@ItsAndyRyan) July 7, 2020
Mechanic: Sounds like a flat
Me: Actually it's more like f sharp
I had a Beethoven joke, but it fell on deaf ears.— The Symphonist (@deeplyclassical) July 25, 2020
I also have a joke about baroque music, but I don't think you can Handel it.— The Symphonist (@deeplyclassical) July 26, 2020
Can life be this easy please
[jazz appreciation class]— jade (@BacklineNurse) March 20, 2015
PROF: *plays jazz tune* how do you feel about this one
ME: I...appreciate it
PROF: damn right *hands me diploma*
No wait, this is so beautiful
This ENTIRE THREAD
*nods and cries*
Mozart was dirt poor. Henry Ford had no capital. Walt Disney was fired for not being creative. Albert Einstein was a lowly clerk. Pablo Picasso was depressed. Thomas Edison kept failing. Vincent van Gogh could not sell any of his paintings. Yet they never quit. Nor will you.— 𝘽𝙞𝙡𝙡𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙙𝙨𝙚𝙩 (@mindset_168) August 4, 2020
Umm my life has been a lie
That awkward moment when you've assumed an orchestra pit works the same as a mosh pit.— Moose Allain Ꙭ (@MooseAllain) January 29, 2017