Sunday morning music

Here’s something rather different, courtesy of Australian reader Snoggeramus.  It’s the famous “Largo al factotum” from Rossini’s opera “The Barber of Seville” . . . played on a rubber chicken!

So help me, I’ll never be able to get my hair cut again with a straight face . . .

Peter

8 comments

  1. …..from the perpetrator’s website:

    “….Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Vinheteiro has a veterinarian college degree, but his commitment to music never allowed him to work as a pet doctor.”

    Bet your cat’s happy.

  2. I think that piece was defined in my mind by Bugs Bunny in the Rabbit of Seville. This is an epic adaptation, but Bugs is my standard.

    I don’t know if you grew up with Bugs in South Africa, but I think for a certain age cohort of Americans (the baby boomers), virtually all of classical music was defined for us by Looney Toons.

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