Greetings, fellow silly-ists! I would like to broach the subject of clowns making music. I would love to hear from anyone who incorporates music into what they do. Remember, you don't need to be a virtuoso to count as a clown musician. Kazoos and harmonicas make for some wonderful comedy! I myself love to sing, and have even incorporated a small, bright-red accordion to play chords. It works for all ages, but especially for younger children and the older children that I find at senior centers. I'm especially fond of taking songs they know, and putting ridiculous words to them. For instance, 7-year-olds enjoy my parody of "Row your Boat": "Ride, ride, ride your goat Gently down the stairs. Slippity, trippity, tippity, flipitty… Time to make repairs." Or, for any group old enough to know "Moon River": "Chopped liver…I eat it all the time The taste is quite sublime, they say. Dill pickle, and pumpernickel Makes a sandwich that blows me away." So, clowns, how about it? How do you make music?