Just don’t let Maxwell use said hammer (Beatles reference, folks).
Oh my stars, she thinks it’s lovely …
Very much like Tchaikovsky utilized real cannon volleys in the 1812 Overture finale. Great minds!
Petey could play a duet with Beni and his hammer!
Judging from the sounds he’s making, I think Petey is playing John Coltrane’s arrangement of “The Jolly Little Elf Makes Toys In Santa’s Workshop With His Magic Hammer, Bang, Bang, Bang.”
Similar to The Chorus of the Anvils maybe?
If I had a hammer, I’d hammer in the morning, …
Alice said something nice to someone!?
What the heck are they making that makes those sounds; accordions?
lmao .. this is so … (what’s a word for cute, charming, and funny all wrapped in one word?)..
“Advanced players are instructed at one point to use an actual hammer”
…on the oboe.
That’s the best representation of the sounds of a beginning oboist I’ve ever seen, in panel one.
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Mr Thompson got a lot of charm out of Petey and his oboe, but it has always seemed to me that, given Peteys, um, crotchets, the oboe is just about the last instrument you’d think he would tolerate.
Someone should take a hammer to that oboe.
Preferably use it on the oboe.
It’s good to see that Petey’s oboe artistry (well, sorta) finds an appreciative audience in Alice and Polyfill!