A Sympawny for Chubby Cat

Take a good look at the musical notation before you play the video. In ten measures scored for ten instruments, you see a cat curled up in a ball. How does it sound? Surprisingly good! How does that happen?Noam Oxman wrote this music as a memorial tribute for his beloved Chubby Cat, who he describes as "a sprinkle of playful piccolo, a touch of warm strings, and a sweet harmony progression." He is describing both the cat and the music. We can be impressed with the skill that went into this, although it's not Oxman's first such musical illustration. His YouTube channel of "Sympawnies" has a lot more, and some of them are for sale as art prints as well. Proceeds are used to feed and give medical treatment to stray cats.

When you've got the talent to do something as odd as this, you have to share it with the world. -via Fark

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