Are you looking for some quality, clean jokes that are related to music? Maybe you're a teacher looking to entertain a class, or maybe you're a musical mom or dad looking to bring the joy of music to your children. Kids are suckers for good jokes that have a certain amount of cheesiness to them. Musical jokes can be fun to tell and easy to relate to for anyone who loves singing, dancing, or playing along to some great songs.
I want to share some of the best music jokes I've ever seen or heard that are very child-friendly. I've always been a fan of corny jokes and I'm a big ol' music nerd, so this type of carrying on is right up my alley. Some of these jokes may be familiar to you, but I bet a few of them will catch you off guard and might even bring out a chuckle! Since kids tend to be easy to please in matters like these, they'll likely fall over laughing at a few of these jokes.
Why are pirates such good singers? They can hit the high Cs.
Why was the musician arrested? She was in treble.
What's a pirate's favorite instrument? The guit-arrr!
What is the musical part of a snake? The scales.
What type of soap did the composer use? Anti-BACH-terial.
What did the robbers take from the music store? The lute.
What is a cat's favorite song? Three Blind Mice.
Why did the chicken join the band? Because he already had drumsticks.
Some might say the violinists in an orchestra don’t do much. They just fiddle around.
How do you make a bandstand? Take away all the chairs.
What makes music in your hair? A headband.
Want to hear the one about fermata? Wait, it’s too long.
What do you say to the musician playing the triangle in the orchestra? Thank you for every ting.
Why don’t they hold band competitions in the jungle? Too many cheetahs.
How did the band fix a broken tuba? With a tuba glue.
What has a lot of keys but can't open doors? A piano.
Patient: Doctor, will I be able to play the piano after the operation? Doctor: Yes, of course. Patient: Great! I never could before!
Where did the music teacher leave his keys? In the piano.
Did you hear about the dog who played piano? Turns out his Bach was worse than his bite.
What’s the slang term for a harpsichord? A Baroque man’s piano.
What sort of music do frogs like? Hip hop.
What type of music are balloons scared of? Pop music.
Why did the grandma sit in the rocking chair with her roller blades on? Because she wanted to rock and roll.
How does the sun listen to music? On its ray-dio!
A needle looked over at a balloon and said, "I am the king of pop."
What is a Robot's favorite kind of music? Heavy metal.
I keep hearing music coming from the printer. I think it's jamming.
What do you call a set of musical dentures? Falsetto teeth.
I'd never hit someone with a musical instrument. I don't like to have to resort to violins.
What do you call a cow that can play a musical instrument? A moo-sician.
What is Beethoven's favorite fruit? Ban-ana-na!
My dad always told me I should sing tenor twelve miles away.
Why didn’t Handel go shopping? Because he was Baroque.
A musician told me he was going to hit me with the neck of his guitar. I replied, “Is that a fret?”
A treble clef and a bass clef were arguing at a staff meeting. The treble clef says, "you're always bringing us down!" The bass clef replies, "well you're always getting us into treble."
Knock knock! Who's there? Benjamin. Benjamin who? I've Benjamin to the music!
Knock, knock. Who's there? Jamaica. Jamaica who? Jamaica great keyboard player.
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Honda. Honda who? Honda first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me!
Knock, knock. Who's there? Sing. Sing who? Whoooooo!
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Little old lady. Little old lady who? Wow, I didn’t know you could yodel!
Knock, knock! Who's there? Furry. Furry who? Furry's a jolly good fellow!
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