5 animals who can sing Mozart's Queen of the Night aria much better than you

29 September 2017, 17:18

These fluffy and feathered friends have totally mastered Mozart’s fiendishly difficult aria, and it’s not even a little bit fair.

This magnificent marmot

Meticulous mammalian coloratura...

 

This pitch-perfect parrot

An ornithological interpretation…

 

 

This dramatic duo

Because you can never have too many videos of parrots singing opera...

 

This woolly warbler

Very impressive phrasing... 

 

This piercing pup

Die Zauberflöte doggie, coming to an opera stage near you soon…

 

Want to see an actual human person sing this magnificent aria? 

Here’s Diana Damrau in her full soprano glory:

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