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Goating hits opera…. poor Mozart

I was unfamiliar until this morning with the art of goating, which involves the insertion of bleats into the works of Justin Bieber, Adele, Nicki Minaj, and more. Like this.

Or this.

Well, I guess it was only a matter of time until it hit an opera aria and we got this.

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Comments

  1. Good Lord, do goats really make noises like that?

    No goat I’ve ever met has ever said any such thing. (But maybe that’s because I’m nice to them.)

    I must say, the goat in the Queen of the Night’s aria has much better timing than the other two, who seem to have no sense of rhythm …

  2. I’m sure New York City Opera will be all over this next season! :)

  3. “I must say, the goat in the Queen of the Night’s aria has much better timing than the other two, who seem to have no sense of rhythm …”

    Yes. The goats also do a nice job of Michael Jackson’s high-pitched “hee-hee”s in the version of Black or White that follows in the links.

  4. That is a sheep, not a goat.

    • Maybe if it (he or she) jumped into the pit and started eating the score it could establish its bona fides as a goat.

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