Cecilia Bartoli and Bryn Terfel performs the “Pa-Pa-Pa” duet from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte.

Cecilia Bartoli and Bryn Terfel performs the “Pa-Pa-Pa” duet from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte.

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    literally the most adorable thing. I must have it on my blog.
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    These two! As if the duet alone wasn’t already cute enough!
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    excuse me while I go die of cuteness
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    CUTEST THING IVE SEEN ALL DAY
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    THEY ARE THE BEST AND MOST ADORABLE
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