The kazoo is a simple trumpet, anyone can blow and create fun, fun sounds and melodies!
And on January 28 every year, National Kazoo Day is celebrated annually to raise awareness about kazoo and respond to kazoo players and kazoo lovers.
Kazoo is a musical instrument that transforms the player's voice into a buzzing, buzzing sound that's fun and exciting. Kazoo originated in Africa but it did not have the name it has now. The name Kazoo was changed in 1883 by Waren Hebert Frost (USA). In 1902, the first metal Kazoo was invented and it looks like… a submarine, the Kazoo has a history associated with the Americans and is considered a musical instrument of this country. In 2010, a museum dedicated to the Kazoo was built in the state of Carolina to honor this instrument. Kazoo is quite small and unique, can be made from high-quality plastic, very durable, difficult to break. Kazoo consists of 3 parts, the body part, the cover part and the resonance part. Use by placing the wider head in your mouth and can hum a song or whatever you want. Kazoo will make a pleasant buzzing sound when emitted. Kazoo seems to have modified your voice through this instrument
The player plays the trumpet by placing the larger end of the trumpet in his mouth and then humming any song or tune he wants. The kazoo will then emit a unique buzzing sound, the kazoo seems to have modified your voice through this instrument. The kazoo is an easy-to-play acoustic instrument, as long as you have the ability to adjust the necessary sound to be able to play it fluently. The trumpet is widely used in radio programs and video games.
What do you do for National Kazoo Day?
To celebrate National Kazoo Day, buy yourself this simple yet fun kazoo and start playing it from the basics. It will be an interesting experience for those who have never played the kazoo before. For those of you who are familiar with kazoo and have played kazoo, National Kazoo Day is the right time for you to show your love for the trumpet by playing a kazoo song and broadcasting it on media with the hashtag #NationalKazooDay. Or you can spend this day collecting kazoo songs and listening to them all day with enthusiasm. Happy National Kazoo Day!
ObservedNational Kazoo Day has been observed annually on January 28th.
Tuesday, January 28th, 2020
Thursday, January 28th, 2021
Friday, January 28th, 2022
Saturday, January 28th, 2023
Sunday, January 28th, 2024
Chaplin Willard Rahn in 1983