English: Ryan Monroe, keyboard player for Band of Horses plays at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles, October 10, 2007 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Visual Description: A pastor and a very prepared player.
ZDYIZ = DIZZY, CONTH = NOTCH, HEGIRH = HIGHER, BERALG = GARBLE — Giving us: DZNOIGARE
Clue/Question: The keyboard player at the church was – – -
Main organ of Saint Thomas Church (Strasbourg), by Johann Andreas Silbermann, 1741 on which Louis Thiry recorded The Art of Fugue of Johann Sebastian Bach (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
(Wonderful pun, and a great Jumble! We do have another new clue word today, in “higher”. Go get’ em, ralis95! We have three new jumbles, from what I can see, with only the one for “notch” having been used before. I struggled to get “garble”. I didn’t take the time to write out various combinations, though. I just decided to back into it. It’s faster. Fortunately, the entire set up, and the first six letters, made the answer easy enough for me to get. From that I knew I needed an R, A and E, and that’s when it became un”garble”d! Despite all that, I still thought it was a great answer letter layout. The cartoon did a fine job illustrating the gag. Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR