kazoo


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kazoo

a cigar-shaped musical instrument of metal or plastic with a membranous diaphragm of thin paper that vibrates with a nasal sound when the player hums into it
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I have to say for someone who's never even seen a kazoo before, I thought my solo was rather splendid.
The kazoo workshops taking place over the next two weekends are free to attend and you'll leave with your very own flamboyant kazoo horn to play in the parade.
Gerald Bruns opens his essay on Kazoo Dreamboats by observing, "its absence of line breaks marks a new departure" (2013, 57).
We might call Kazoo Dreamboats a "poem in prose," or maybe a work that is neither "poetical" nor discursive but "nongeneric.
Kazoo Brand Extension, LLC is offering a one-time, special program for the next Regional Developer agreement sold.
They joined members of the audience at the BBC Radio 3 Red Nose Show at London's Royal Albert Hall to set a new record for the Largest Kazoo Ensemble when they played Wagner's Ride Of The Valkyries and the Dambusters March.
Maria Muldaur may be best known for her sensuous delivery of the song "Midnight at the Oasis," but she began her career with the likes of the Even Dozen Jug Band, playing kazoo and tambourine while also singing.
THE BRIT award for the best use of the kazoo in a pop single goes to Julian Perretta.
You need to have people appreciate your music," said Schneider, who claims to play piano, drums, keyboard, guitar, clarinet, harmonica and kazoo.
Penny's Gift becomes the third British winner of the German 1,000 Guineas, following Kazoo for Bill Watts (1991) and the Clive Brittaintrained Crimplene (2000).
In one scene a performer plays a kazoo using her intimate parts - and Kate fancied a toot.
For those of us who have waited for the sequel to Ella Kazoo Will Not Brush Her Hair (Cathy Wilcox illus.