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The princess violin from the sleepy Land of Symphony is chased by a more lively alto saxophone from the Isle of Jazz. Soon the queen (a viola) discovers them and locks the sax in the metronome.
Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl
Tom is conducting a symphony at the Hollywood Bowl when Jerry comes out to "help" him.
Mickey guest-directs a radio orchestra. The sponsor loves the rehearsal, but come the actual performance...
Concerto in B Flat Minor
With Tschaikowsky's music on the sound track, this parody of long-hair, temperamental orchestra conductors...
Bugs conducts the Warner Brothers Symphony in Franz von Suppé's "Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna" while reacting to a bothersome fly.
The Magic Fluke
UPA had just taken over the cartoon production for Columbia and their influence shows vividly on this...
Carmen Get It!
Jerry runs into the Metropolitan Opera (preparing to perform Carmen), so Tom poses as a violinist, with help from a hidden tape recorder.
This CinemaScope Terrytoon presents a symphony orchestra, composed entirely of birds, giving a performance in a woodland grove...
Paint Pot Symphony
A trio of house painters, a cat, a dog and a bird, undertake to decorate the exterior of a skyscraper, and end up, involuntarily, performing a ballet---set to symphony music---on the high scaffolding.
There's Music in Your Hair
A music concert is disrupted, first by some weak buttons, and more notably by the bubble gum the violin soloist is chewing...
|11||Sounds of a Miracle (2007 documentary short)|
|12||The La Jolla Grapevine (2009 short)|
|13||Horns Off a Billy Goat (2009 short)|
|14||Hungerford: Symphony of a London Bridge (2009 short)|
|15||Abstract Symphony (2010 documentary short)|
|16||Movimento per 21 Pianoforti (2013 documentary short)|
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