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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By the time I'd been pensioned off there had sprung up a new idea - the Senior Band, where anyone not ready to hang up their drum strap or kazoo just yet was able to join and carry on every weekend.
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The mum said: "I was walking round Braehead with my 15-year-old daughter when she told me someone had quietly blown a kazoo in her ear.
The senti spell was momentarily broken when the audience couldn't help giggling at Cole blowing on a kazoo for the 'Jinx' intro, but eventually resumed as people got caught up in the song's moony optimism.
Another Hong Kong startup, Kazoo, is creating a technology that enables touchscreen devices to interact directly with objects, turning them into card readers and removing the inefficiency of manual input.
After performing their first song they presented me with a bright yellow kazoo and invited me to join them on their version of Blur's Girls & Boys.
As well as the kazoos, Cat is also taking a budgie knitted by team-mate Debbie Paterson's mum as a mascot.
AN ARMY of kazoo players is planning a coup at Marsden Jazz Festival.
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