I can stop anytime!
Unfortunately, she was an alto and didn't make the cut.
I told him about a tenor so.
I remember when we got married at the alto.
But my voice would be higher in an alto-nate universe.
Soprano and Alto: Stop causing treble for other singers.
Bass singers: Stop bringing us down.
And remember our Grand Staff meeting next weekend... assuming we compose ourselves properly and no one gets a flat from something sharp on the way there.
At a rehearsal for my choir, the director made some last minute changes to the standing arrangements. For a couple songs, we wouldn't be standing in the usual Soprano Alto Tenor Bass formation, but we'd we standing in a way that we were surrounded by people of different sections. As you can imagine, shifting around 4 rows of risers is a bit hectic, so I asked my friend where exactly I had to go.
He told me, "As long as you're mixed, it's okay."
A wave of dark intentions washed over my brain.
I looked him dead in the eyes and said, "But I'm Chinese".
It took him a full two seconds to register what I just said.
What in the actual fuck is happening to me right now?
My band had a performance yesterday. We have three saxophone players. One of plays only Alto saxophone, one of them alternates between playing Alto, Tenor and Baritone saxophone and the last plays both Tenor and Baritone saxophone.
The second two kept swapping each other's instruments or one of the other saxophones they had in the background. So at one point we had to wait for them to change while the rest of us were all ready to start playing the next song.
So, trying to make it less awkward for the audience I turn to them and I says 'I'm sorry, they're just playing ... Musical Instruments'
I'm still giggling about it.
Classmate: I'm glad everyone else is altos. I just have to keep up with you.
Me: Well I'm a hotbed of treble.
Alton was working with his prop Bessy the cow when he pulled a stool out from it.
Alto says "Do you know why this stool is so small?" No one answers. He said "because it's a sample."