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Why is it funny?

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

Michael Riley

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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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