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Playing the violin is a serious art form that requires immense skill and experience to perfect.

Jokes and puns about music can introduce new perspectives, criticize the art, and be baseless. But when it can generate laughter, music becomes more lively.

Are you a talented musician? Or a newbie trying your hand at strings? If so, then the following musical instrument jokes and string jokes are sure to keep you engaged in good humor for a long time. From kids' music jokes to bow puns, from funny instrument jokes to violin one-liners, these specially curated jokes will surely make your music sessions more entertaining. You never know; a little bit of violin humor might just be what you need to fall in love with the art form even more. Although the musical instruments have similar features and appearance, there is quite a significant difference between a violin and a fiddle. The music for a violin is typically composed and used in orchestras, symphonies, and for playing classical music. On the other hand, a fiddle is used to play folk, country, and bluegrass music, which can often be improvised.

If you are interested in more of our collection of best music jokes, take a look at Guitar Jokes and Viola Jokes.

Violin Jokes

Humor on violins is hilarious to read.

Let these funny violin jokes tickle your funny bone as you play along with your favorite musical pieces. If you've been looking for the best string instrument puns and violin and viola jokes, and second violin jokes, then your search ends right here. So, have a hilarious musical journey with our musician puns and funny violin sayings.

1. How can a violin sound like a viola?

- By playing wrong notes in a low register.

2. How do you make someone pass out from music?

- Tell them to tune the E-string of a violin.

3. If you cross a violin and a pig, what do you get?

- Hamstrings.

4. What is the difference between a violin and a fiddle?

- Fiddles are fun to listen to.

5. How do you prevent the theft of your jewelry?

- Keep it safe in a violin case.

6. What's the difference between a violin and a viola?

- There's practically no difference; just that the owner has a much bigger head than his instrument.

7. How do you prevent violin theft?

- Keep your violin in the viola case.

8. How are you supposed to tell if a violin is out of tune?

- When the bow is moving.

9. How many first violinists can change a light bulb at a time?

- One, they just hold it in place, and the world revolves around them.

10. How do you keep your valuables from being stolen?

- By keeping it inside a violin case.

Violin Puns

These bow jokes and fiddle puns will make you burst out in a hoot of laughter. If you're just starting to learn the violin or a fiddle, nothing can make you identify more with your present state than the following jokes. You can also use these funny violin puns as funny violin quotes during your next class or when you are with friends. So enjoy and have a good time reading our best violin jokes of the day

11. What happened when the violinist time-traveled back to the past?

- His/her violin was Baroque.

12. The old violinist forgot to tune his instrument to the standard - E, A, D, G; before the concert. It was too late when he realized trying to play A minor was a big mistake.

13. An amateur violinist started learning sheet music. Nobody knows why he won't learn good music instead.

14. How did the amateur learn to play the violin?

- He just started to fiddle with it.

15. How can you shut up a violinist?

- You can't.

16. Why should you never be violent with your violin?

- Because you will get arrested for domestic violins.

17. Why should you never hit people with your violin?

- Because violins are never the answer.

18. A stranger gave me a free violin the other day.

- Unfortunately, there were no strings attached.

19. Did you hear about the clam that can play the violin?

- It has incredible mussel memory.

20. What's the best part of a violin?

- The mute.

Violinist Jokes

Violinists have a lot of jokes about them.

Laugh out loud at our violinist jokes. Dedicate them to music lovers just like you and laugh in unison, even if you cannot play in unison. Make beautiful memories as you strum on your favorite strings and open your heart to this beautiful world of music and laughter.

21. Why do violinists top in pre-school but drop out of kindergarten?

- Because they can't count past four.

22. A violinist was playing some music, but he kept repeating a particular section again and again. It seemed like he came to that bar pretty often.

23. What do you throw to a drowning violinist?

- Their case.

24. What's the difference between a violinist and a cat?

- The cat can be taught to stop scratching.

25. How do you make a million dollars by being a violinist?

- You need to start your career with five million dollars.

26. Why won't you ever see violinists playing hide and seek?

- That's because no one will come looking for them.

27. What is the definition of a semitone?

- Two violinists playing in unison.

28. Love is like soothing music ringing in your ears. But if it becomes complicated, it's because of the violinist's melodies.

29. When do violinists meet up with one another?

- During a competition.

30. Two back-stand violinists went fishing. One fell off the boat and started screaming, "Help me, I can't swim". The partner replies, "Just try faking it".

31. What do amateur violinists do when they practice?

- They just fiddle around.

32. How do you make a violinist understand jokes?

- Provide them with the proper notes.

33. How are violinists much braver than guitarists?

- Because they will never fret.

Rajnandini is an art lover and enthusiastically likes to spread her knowledge. With a Master of Arts in English, she has worked as a private tutor and, in the past few years, has moved into content writing for companies such as Writer's Zone. Trilingual Rajnandini has also published work in a supplement for 'The Telegraph', and had her poetry shortlisted in Poems4Peace, an international project. Outside work, her interests include music, movies, travel, philanthropy, writing her blog, and reading. She is fond of classic British literature.

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