Music 116: An erudite cat

The cat is happy to occupy the piano stool. The woven seat cover has a quotation in Latin from the poet Horace:

Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
The mountains will go into labour, a ridiculous mouse will pop out.

Perhaps it’s the mouse the cat is waiting for!

12 thoughts on “Music 116: An erudite cat

  1. umashankar

    That reference kept me pondering. Not unduly, I am reminded of what happens to me at times, I’m afraid, oftener of late. Deeper introspections hint at other mountains weighing the soul, with a range of worldly woes, sometimes pure disillusionment. The loop of music kind of tells me: back to the square one! On a different note, I’ve been finding a lot of mice of late around here!

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