Duetto buffo di due gatti (The Cats Duet)

Duetto buffo di due gatti {wiki} translates as "humorous duet for two cats". Just try not to giggle as two members of a boys choir perform this number at a concert in Seoul, South Korea. Then compare that to an animated version with two cats. Link (embedded YouTube videos)

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If you want to see a more silly version (very well done and "catty" too), try this one from the Last Night of the Proms 1996 - though oddly can only find a version recorded from German TV! I remember watching this live :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rp0D8qWyVHo
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That's not an easy piece to sing for ANYONE. These boys here did a fantastic job. It was meant to be fun and I don't doubt that they had fun doing it even though the one on the left looked a bit too serious. Embarrassing? Not really. They're children, singing as cats, cute, nuff said. The smirk on the one on the right says enough.
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Ahh, thanks, princesssparkles (I had to scroll back up to confirm that there were indeed three S's in the middle!).

My cats apparently have a deep interest in French boys' choirs.
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