A scan of the zine spread of Charles' musical humor. On the lefthand page is the list of music terms. On the left, there is an illustration of a yellow jacket sleeping labelled "Yellow Jacket." Beneath the sleeping yellow jacket there's an illustration of a yellow jacket dancing at a disco and this is labelled "Jazz"

#FromtheVault: Charles Joseph Smith’s Musical Humor [TSM02]

#FromtheVault TSM02 April 2016 Musical Humor by Charles Joseph Smith absolute music -- Music one loves to listen to. allemande -- Means ‘to the mandate!’ bass -- Another word for ‘boss.’ boogie-woogie -- The art of shaking. downbeat -- Being off-rhythm. grand piano -- A piano filled with 1,000 bucks inside. half-note -- A very short note; a postcard. horn -- A corn stalk that shouts. ictus -- The itch. jazz -- A sound of a yellow jacket dancing. kazoo -- A point where the magician disappears. kettledrum -- The sound of boiling tea. note-value -- The cost of a note. organ -- A musical liver. percussion -- Cursing with the use of spitting. recap -- Putting the cap on agai ...