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According to Muppet Wiki, "Don Music is an agonized composer who first made recurring appearances during Sesame Street's sixth season (1974-1975). A typical sketch involved Kermit the Frog in his reporter attire visiting Don in his studio while he tried to write a new song. To help alleviate Don's frustrations and stop him from banging his head against his piano, Kermit would make suggestions and correct Don's mistakes. The usual result was that Don would write a strange version of a nursery rhyme, such as "Mary Had a Bicycle" instead of "Mary Had a Little Lamb." When he finished, he would perform the song, and would normally be joined by back-up singers (often Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats or the Monotones), who would appear seemingly from out of nowhere, or come through the door to the room. Don always kept a picture of Sesame Street songwriter and composer Joe Raposo on the wall, while on his piano he often kept a bust of either Ludwig van Beethoven or William Shakespeare."

Performer:
Richard Hunt

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