Make Music with Your Terra Cotta Pots
This is the drumstick (Courtesy CTGB)
In addition, you can use the grass clippers (open close, open close) to add another percussive sound:
Of course you can add the sound of water, the dog can keep time and maybe some garden critters will add harmony. As Linda Lehmusvirta writes in her wonderful blog,
"the fountain adds its own percussion. The toads chime in with lyrics".
(photo from Central Texas Gardeners Blog)
When you put this all together you get a lovely 'garden implement' composition.
Here is a short clip of the Mundi Ensemble (with Mundi’s cellist, Carolyn Hagler in her colorful Austin garden). Find out more about this in the Central Texas Gardeners Blog.