I’m a dedicated Concert fan. Hardly surprising. All cats are born with an appreciation, indeed a gift, for music.
Over the ages we’ve taught you people to appreciate the finer aspects of auditory communication and even with your sadly diminished hearing range, you’re still capable of producing musical scores which, at times, border on the magnificent.
And we inspire you.
Here’s a couple of my favourite feline-inspired pieces to prove it.
Classical Cat Compositions
Chopin’s cat walked across the keyboard and Chopin liked the melody so much that he created an entire piece called The Cat Waltz around it.
Domenico Scarlatti’s cat, Pulcinella, composed a fugue while prancing about on the harpsichord, known as Fugue in G Minor, L499; better known as The Cat Fugue.
(Scarlatti may have helped a little, but this is convincingly the work of a talented cat.)
What do you think?