Pavarotti’s Furriest Fan

I don’t know how funny Pavarotti would think this is, but I sure got a chuckle out of it.

The dog isn’t all that interested in the music until, suddenly, Pavarotti sings his first note. Then he comes running to the TV set so he can sing along with the great opera star. Fantastic harmony. Hard to tell which one is which. (Lighten up, Pavs! You’re great enough to take a joke.)

6 comments on “Pavarotti’s Furriest Fan

  1. I do the same thing every time I hear Pavarotti sing, only I purr – lol. His voice gives me goosebumps and is almost better than you-know-what. Almost, I think…

  2. I can just imagine the dog thinking: hey, I can do that just as well as you. You open your mouth wide, well
    watch this.

  3. “Nessun dorma” is one of the great tests of a tenor’s voice, especially that final “vincero.” And wow oh wow, does Pavarotti do a great job of that aria. The only one I’ve ever heard do it better is Jussi Bjoerling. (I suppose Caruso did a great one, but all we have of the earlier tenors are scratchy, echo-y recordings, and I’m too young, ahem, to have heard him in person.)

    The dog does pretty good backup, though, and does show excellent musical taste. 🙂

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