Another favorite topic!
@DennisG2014 I’m pretty sure you’re only supposed to try once a week.
@DennisG2014 Jumboboe made this former music major do a spit take.
@sammydog01 Even if you don’t win, you’re only allowed to try once a week? That doesn’t sound right.
Besides - it’s a new week.
Also - 2 of my answers are right, the other 3 are silly.
@DennisG2014 I thought I deleted that comment because I realized most of your anwers were silly. Stupid keyboard.
@sammydog01 But even if they weren’t, aren’t we allowed to keep trying unless and until we win?
@DennisG2014 It’s @JasonToon’s game not mine. I just Google here.
I’m going to disagree about #4. I think it’s a Mizwad.
Subcontra bass flute
@ruouttaurmind Ooh it could be.
@ruouttaurmind @sammydog01 oh yeah, it’s got the little cow horns on the side.
@curtise I think you just translated mizwad into French.
All animals are beautiful to @steelopus, especially after identifying all five of these Ugly Animals from last Friday yielded a $5 Meh coupon:
not a guess but it belongs here…
@sammydog01 That last one is hard.
@sammydog01 Looking again at that video #2 is not a double reed- it’s some sort of weird flute maybe.
@sammydog01 OK #2 is a sub-contra bass flute.
@sammydog01 I think you got it. Serpent was hard to track down. Great googling - i found it by searching for “strange french horn like instrument”
@sammydog01 @stolicat Fans of Chestnut Brass will recognize the last one as a Renaissance instrument called “The Serpent”. Categorized as a brass instrument.
@sammydog01 Although #4 is probably incorrect I just realized it’s supposed to be tulum. I don’t know where that extra l came from- I guess I was excited.
/youtube saxamaphone homer
Stupid tangential trivia. 80’s band “The Hooters” took their name from the time a recording engineer, not knowing what the instrument was actually called, referred to their melodica as a “hooter”
Are we danced is a REAL LOVE
Well not part of the game but I play this instrument and have actually played this particular one