I'm not exactly sure whom I should give credit to on this; it's one
of those bits of humor that gets spread around amongst music geeks
without any real attribution to the original source. For what it's
worth, I randomly
stumbled across it during some aimless Googling, and thought it needed
to be more widespread... so, here 'tis.
EDITED 2011/08/15 to add: The late John Stump's nephew speaks! And shares even more of his madcap compositions. Do check it out— somehow I missed this entirely while working on my dissertation.
Oh, and don't try hotlinking the images on your page; you'll just get a sarcastic error message if you do. These graphics are over 600KB total, and I don't exactly want my bandwidth eaten up by random forum posters...
EDITED 2011/08/15 to add: This second page is actually not part of Faerie's Aire, but rather is the second page of Stump's String Quartet No. 556(b) for Strings In A Minor (Motoring Accident). Mea culpa!