Lou Reed to Stage Concert... For Dogs
'High-frequency' tunes will be inaudible to humans
By Emily Rauhala,  Newser User
Posted Jun 1, 2010 8:56 AM CDT
Lou Reed and his wife, Laurie Anderson, want to make sweet, sweet music — for dogs.   (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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(Newser) – American musician Lou Reed and his wife, performance artist Laurie Anderson, are planning an "inter-species social gathering"—otherwise known as a concert for dogs. Yes, a dog concert. The show, aptly titled Music for Dogs, will be held outside the Sydney Opera House in June and will feature "high-frequency music" composed for canine ears, reports the BBC. Humans, sadly, won't hear much.

The recital, which will last only 20 minutes because "dogs don't have a giant concentration span," won't be the couple's first stab at animal entertainment. They already make sweet, sweet music for their rat terrier, Lollabelle. "She likes things with a lot of smoothness but with beats in them,'' Anderson says. And you thought cat people were crazy.