The absolutely silly opera, called “Duetto Buffo Di Due Gatti,” or “Funny Duet For Cats,” is clearly about … well … a cat fight. A friendly cat squabble, if you will, as indicated by all the different variations of “meow” in the piece…
Acclaimed Italian opera composer Gioachino Rossini often gets credited for “Duetto Buffo Di Due Gatti.” However, many historians agree that Rossini only heavily influenced the feline-inspired piece. Regardless, it’s a classic kitty-centric musical number adored by opera singers far and wide.
I’ve always loved that piece. I first heard it at a voice recital I attended back in the 90s.
I’m also grateful to you for posting the link. Because after it ended, the screen suggested THIS:
I imagine that after several rehearsals, the comedy would fall a little flat.