'Silent' Xmas song climbs the NZ music chartsBy New Zealand correspondent Peter Lewis
An unusual music CD has made it to the big time in New Zealand this Christmas.
It is two decades since Sir Bob Geldof and the Band Aid team first posed the question, "Do they know it's Christmas time at all?"
This year it got New Zealand's Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals thinking.
So they recorded a CD single, 'A Very Silent Night', as a fundraiser and a timely reminder for people to share the Christmas spirit with their pets.
But if you happen to catch a snippet of it, do not try to adjust the volume - because you will not hear it.
The song was recorded at very high frequencies so only a dog can hear it, and it struck such a chord with animal lovers that they have pushed it to number three on the singles charts.
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