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Why is it funny?

Pachelbel’s Canon, performed with the utmost sobriety and skill, on rubber chickens.

Michael Riley

About Michael Riley

Student of theology, apologetics, and Christian affections. Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Wakefield, Michigan.

3 Responses to Why is it funny?

  1. OBVIOUSLY this person has far too much free time to master this. I will admit, though, that it certainly is funny.

  2. It is a good illustration of what is lost when great music is played on the wrong medium. Does this bring any parallels to mind?

  3. They have a number of videos – both with their violins, and with the chickens – and some violin-chicken duets.

    Why is it funny? Because it is wrong – and everyone listening knows it is wrong.

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