Introducing Nora, the piano-playing cat:
Apparently, the impressive thing about this is that the moggie in question manages to play one note at a time. Usually, we're told, cats tend to hit multiple notes at once.
I feel sorry for Christian Pezold. If you managed to watch the video to the bitter end, it was his Minuet in G that the student was playing. For years this minuet was attributed to JS Bach, since it appears in the "Anna Magdalena Notebook".
This "Notebook" was a music book that Bach gave to his second wife, and various pieces that she and the family liked were written into it. Some of them are by Bach, others by his sons, and still more by other people.
The great thing about the pieces of music in it is that they are easy to play, which is why I started learning to play the piano by working through it. So poor old Pezold's minuets have been massacred by generations of students. And now by a cat. He must be spinning in his grave.
There are two good things about Nora. The first is that the sound is better than the howling cats usually treat us to. The second is that now I've heard piano playing that's worse than mine...