All the composer wanted for Christmas was a set of Boomwhackers from his friends, but what he got was even better. He received a Boomophone which is a marriage between a xylophone and Boomwhackers. Basically what he got was a wonderful fun tool to play and compose with, and what his friends got were massive headaches, because he would not stop playing it during the entire holiday break. However, through play comes inspiration. Inspiration would show Mr. Money how to teach his students about form, melody, and counter-melody by performing an arrangement of When the Saints Come Marching In on the Boomophone later transcribed for Boomwhackers. With the addition of drum set and tambourine, Mr. Money had the resources to make an exciting arrangement for the entire class. But just as Classical Period's Joseph Papa Haydn (Mozart and Beethoven's teacher) would write musical jokes in his compositions, Mr. Moneys When the Boomwhackers Come Marching In is one surprise thats sure to bring a smile on everyones faces.