|Air Date||March 1, 2016 (DVD) February 17, 2017 (Toons.TV and YouTube)|
|Written by||Eric Guaglione and Stefano Camelli|
|Directed by||Eric Guaglione|
Swine Symphony is the twenty-sixth and final episode of Piggy Tales: Pigs at Work.
Music to the working pig's ears.
A construction pig is hammering a nail on a plank with another construction pig watching it. Another Construction Pig is sawing a plank, another pig is also hammering a nail (Which the nail always goes up again). The construction pigs continue to do this, then a hammer starts to beat an iron slab which is made by another construction pig, another construction pig starts to screw some screws and two other construction pigs keep hammering a nail. A whistle warns the pigs that it is lunchtime, the construction pigs open their lunchboxes (Item of each lunchbox: Apple, sandwich, milk box and a cork opener), a pig gets his apple and starts to eat it, another pig gets his sandwich and starts to eat it, another gets his milk box and starts to drink the milk, they give a bite and drink various times.
A Construction Pig is sleeping with his jackhammer which wakes him up by turning active, the pigs do their respective things various times. A Construction Pig with a bow tie gets happy, takes his hard hat off showing it was Tenor Pig and starts to sing making the other pigs look him but they continue to do their work. Various things happen, such as explosions and cannonballs fly, then it shows that the thing that the pigs were building was a giant wooden snout.
- The music written in the title card is not actually the Piggy Tales theme song. The above file contains the actual theme song.
- In fact, the title card isn't even a valid piece of sheet music. In one measure, it contains 7 eighth-notes followed by 1 quarter-note, which is not possible because the time signature is 4/4.
- This is the last Piggy Tales episode to use clay-styled CGI.
- The pigs were probably building the Piggy Theater.
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