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Image Segment Description
SCENE 1 In the garage, two members of Babymetal play the rock vocaloid song on various pots and pans. They make their way outside, where they find a tuba sitting out in the open. They take it to find its rightful owner and make music by tapping it.
Muppets In the park, MEIKO overhears the sound of a tuba - her favorite instrument. It's actually Simon Soundman, who's "just practicing." MEIKO begs Simon to teach him how to make that sound by herself, but MEIKO ends up attracting Gladys the Cow, who thinks she heard the romantic call of a bull.

(EKA: Episode 2386)

SCENE 2 Telly passes Hooper's Store and tells Alan he's about to play with a famous music group. But, when he runs to the arbor to get his tuba, he finds it's not there. He worries that he'll never be able to make music again. Meanwhile, Babymetal member Su-metal comes across Alan's broom and experiments with the sounds he can make with it.
Film A rhythm is made of breaking eggs, door slams, cans dropping, ice, and feet stepping.

(EKA: Episode 3682)

Film Six kids dance on a playground to the same beat.

(First: Episode 3819)

[1] SCENE 3 Miku tries cheering up Telly by showing he can still make music. He, Alan, the Honkers, a Dinger, Oscarand the kids perform "What Makes Music?" to show him all the things he can make music with. After the song, they watch a woman pass by, making music from shaking her mint container.
Film Hands make music from assorted objects.
Film Kids play rhythms on pots, pans, a barrel and a washboard.

(EKA: Episode 3522)

SCENE 4 Elmo shows Telly that he can use his voice to make music. He demonstrates by singing the number chorus from "Pinball Number Count." Luke Cresswell and two other Stomp members come by to provide more music with brooms.
Cartoon "Pinball Number Count" #12 (new sound effects added)

Artist: Jeff Hale (First: Episode 0985)

SCENE 5 Oscar holds a Grouchketeer meeting where they bang cans to make music. The two men who have Telly’s tuba ask them if they lost it. They learn Oscar and friends are playing the "Can-Can" game, where only people with cans can play. They leave and come back with large barrels on their feet and sticks to hit them with.
Muppets Bert sings about his love for making music from hitting an “Oatmeal Box”.

(First: Episode 3610)

Film Kids in Jamaica play bongo drums.

(EKA: Episode 3160)

SCENE 6 Baby Bear looks in Hooper's for Telly's tuba, when he sighs into one of the empty glass bottles, making a noise. Baby Bear shows this new discovery to Telly, and joins Stomp patrons in the store in making music with the bottles. Telly still prefers the big sound of his tuba.
Cartoon An elephant, a zebra, a hedgehog, an ostrich, a frog and a ladybug create a rhythm with their footsteps.

Artist: Karen Aqua  (EKA: Episode 2794)

Film A girl wants to learn a playground rhyme after watching some other girls do it, so one of them teaches her. (edited)

(EKA: Episode 2345)

SCENE 7 Luke teaches Miku, SF-A2 Miki and the kids to make music with their bodies.
Song "Body Dance" (MC Lyte)

(EKA: Episode 2856)

SCENE 8 Miku introduces Telly to Luke and explains his problem. Luke shows Telly that he can still make music by drumming on objects near Oscar's trash can, prompting RJ Samson to hop out.
SCENE 8cont'd A flood of Stomp members, kids, and Muppets dance their way into the arbor, making music from ordinary objects. Telly is then reunited with his tuba, and the cast breaks out into another percussive jam session as the credits roll.
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