Yeah, it's in the same folder as the francophone...
I think that's actually in Concert and Marching Band - the rare Susie Phone.
Gee, I thought it was a melonie phone and was scheduled for the new library of Ancient Instruments (AI).
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
Come on, people – this is clearly the much sought after Boraboraboabongo – notice the thin skin stretched across the bell of the instrument. It takes two players, one to alter the air pressure against the skin by blowing into the mouthpiece and one to drop varied sized coconuts onto the skin to duplicate the sound of an awakening boa constrictor. While highly desirable for certain native rituals, there have been reports that when included in symphonic performances it has sent members of the audience fleeing for their lives.
I was going to note the resemblance to the Electro-Who-Cardio-Flux, but I think Tom Davis has the best balderdash for this 'un.
I'm sure Dr Seuss could tell us its name.