Music lessons are a wonderful way to let off any creative steam, either by constantly pressing the DJ button for half an hour or by strumming a ukelele imagining it sounds good (it doesn't, especially to classes nearby who have to put up with a bunch of year 7s playing out of tune).
Teachers in the art block or geography classrooms often complain about the quality of music carried though the air. One teacher has been heard remarking all of the following:
- "Thank god they don't give those Year 7s violins!"
- "Why on earth did I choose this room??"
- "You know those plastic recorders they give to little kids at birthday parties..."
- "Why can't they play anything else? The number of times I've heard 'Can you feel the love tonight' today if I have to hear it once more I'll..."
- (Whilst the class is working in silence and you can just hear a student literally just bashing the piano keys) "I mean sometimes the music is good... but most of the day I have to put up with this racket."