The "Monkey Musicians Orangutan Playing Tuba" is part of a nine-part monkey orchestra by Otto Pilz from 1908. With his "Monkey musicians" he succeeds in a remarkable and ironic interpretation of Kaendler's "Monkey Orchestra " from 1753. Unlike the baroque orchestra, its animals have characteristic and individual features. The animal sculpture is impressive with its humorous appearance with white shirt and purple trousers. The large tuba in gold is the eye-catcher of the sculpture. Limited to 25 pieces.