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* A live performance of "New Horizons in Music Appreciation" features a referee, the conductor in kneepads and batting gloves, a penalty box for flubbed notes, "instant replay", and an oboist getting into a fight with the conductor, among other things.

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* A live performance of "New Horizons in Music Appreciation" features a referee, the conductor in kneepads and batting gloves, a penalty box for flubbed notes, "instant replay", and an oboist getting into a fight with the conductor, among other things.things.
* The title of the 2006 live album: ''P.D.Q. Bach in Houston: [[{{Film/Apollo13}} We Have A Problem!]]''


* From "The Abduction of Figaro", the first part of the libretto is an operatic rendition of [[AnachronismStew "Found a Peanut"]]. "Oh, Suzanna!" follows a little later.

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* From "The Abduction of Figaro", the first part of the libretto is an operatic rendition of [[AnachronismStew "Found a Peanut"]]. "Oh, Suzanna!" follows a little later.later.
* A live performance of "New Horizons in Music Appreciation" features a referee, the conductor in kneepads and batting gloves, a penalty box for flubbed notes, "instant replay", and an oboist getting into a fight with the conductor, among other things.


* "The Erotica Variations for Banned Instruments" - said banned instruments tend to cross the conventional line as to what constitutes a musical instrument. Like deflating a balloon at certain moments in the song, or blowing through a large set of pitched tubes.

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* "The Erotica Variations for Banned Instruments" - said banned instruments tend to cross the conventional line as to what constitutes a musical instrument. Like deflating a balloon at certain moments in the song, or blowing through a large set of pitched tubes.tubes.
* From "The Abduction of Figaro", the first part of the libretto is an operatic rendition of [[AnachronismStew "Found a Peanut"]]. "Oh, Suzanna!" follows a little later.


* An early part of "The Art of the Ground Round" has two singers singing two parts overlapping. Seemingly innocuous random words therefore end up overlapping into, "Look!", "Up!", "Her!", "Dress!".

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* An early part of "The Art of the Ground Round" has two singers singing two parts overlapping. Seemingly innocuous random words therefore end up overlapping into, "Look!", "Up!", "Her!", "Dress!"."Dress!".
* "The Erotica Variations for Banned Instruments" - said banned instruments tend to cross the conventional line as to what constitutes a musical instrument. Like deflating a balloon at certain moments in the song, or blowing through a large set of pitched tubes.

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* An early part of "The Art of the Ground Round" has two singers singing two parts overlapping. Seemingly innocuous random words therefore end up overlapping into, "Look!", "Up!", "Her!", "Dress!".

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