Piano Concerto in A minor Opus 17 (2) Ignacy Jan Paderewski
20 July 2016, 17:22
Here’s a dog that clearly has better musical chops than you do.
Musicians: do you ever worry that you’ll be upstaged by a performer who’s younger, cuter and furrier than you are? Well, you should be. Look at the state of this:
It seems that the video originates from Portugal. We don’t know what the dog’s name is, but let’s assume it translates directly into English as ‘impeccable tone and breath control’.
But it's the consistency of that tone that impresses the most. It's a dense, reedy, sensitive sound that any aspiring saxophonist would be proud of (especially if they were doing it without a saxophone).