In 732 GUE, the Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra was founded, consisting of nine instrumental sections that align to form a crescent moon shape, filling half of the Z'orchestral amphitheater. Because of the woeful lack of orchestral music in existence, the Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra usually settled for playing baroque versions of old folk tunes and popular dance numbers. Because of this, nothing of even the vaguest interest to anyone is played for seven years.

In 739 GUE, the Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra performed their first (and last) decent symphony. The piece was notable because of the age of its author, a precocious eleven-year-old named Johann Sebastian.

As he matured, Johann would write many much longer symphonies with decreasing popularity (No reasonable postulation has been made to explain Johann's lack of popularity. It is the belief of this author that the short attention span of the general public precluded it from sitting still for the whole of one of his symphonies.) His Symphony #981, for example, so-called “The Infinite Symphony,” contained over 60,000 movements. During its only performance, several members of the orchestra retired and had to be replaced with their children, and, eventually their children’s children.

On Curse Day of 883 GUE, the Frobozz Philharmonic Hall, home of the renowed orchestra, was destroyed along with the remainder of Flatheadia. The Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra continued to life on despite this tremendous set back.

At the age of 13, Sophia Hamilton joined the Frobozz Philharmonic Orchestra in 918. Not only would this talentest violinist be well renowned, in 924, she would go on to erect the Zork's first private musical conservatory: the Zork Musical Academy for Girls at the Frigid River Branch Conservatory. Here young women would attend before being enrolled in the Frobozz Philharmonic school. Under her managment it quickly became Zork's finest academy.