Jon alerted me to this performance by a man singing a duet with himself as a young boy soprano. The idea itself is moving, and the arrangement lovely, but both are eclipsed by the boy's incredibly beautiful treble voice.
Why do I post it, other than to share the pleasure? Because the song had barely begun when I knew that I knew that voice! Anyone who grew up in the 80's, or who had children at that time, has a good chance of recognizing it also.
Anyone accept my challenge? I have a couple more hints I can give, but I doubt you'll need them.
Warning: don't read the comments until after you've made your guess.
A Candian study indicates that knowledge of two or more languages can play a significant role in staving off dementia. Multilingual people in the study began showing dementia symptoms an average of 4.1 years later than their unilingual counterparts. "How you learn the language probably doesn't make much difference; how good your grammar is probably doesn't matter." said principle investigator Ellen Bialystok. "What matters is that you have to manage two complete language systems at once."Since previous research has found other mental workouts, like crossword puzzles, to be helpful as well, I'm now looking for a multi-lingual version of my World of Puzzles magazine....