This treble or G-clef--is part of the A to Zoo collection and makes a great gift for your musician friends. For youngsters learning music, Freddie Flamingo will keep them company while they practice. He also makes appearances on note cards.
This musical symbol was created as a special commission for the Los Angeles Zoo's 1994 "Beastly Ball" annual fundraiser. The A to Zoo critters were a big hit at the 1993 Beastly Ball so I was asked to create this special character for the LA Zoo's musically-themed event the following year.
Stay tuned for a bass clef which will be another tropical bird. I'm getting pressure from members in the lower brass section of the band.
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