Allegro Molto in C Major

Austrian musician Florian Birsak performs what is allegedly a newly discovered composition written by a 10-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The piece was discovered “in a notebook in an attic” — whatever that means — and was supposedly composed on an old piano in his childhood home sometime between 1767 or 1768.

Be warned, Mozart was a musical genius, so don’t be expecting chopsticks or heart and soul. Also? You’ll probably feel a lot worse about your life given that he supposedly composed this at THE AGE OF TEN. I am at a loss for words and must go take stock of my own, pointless existence. Anyway, is it appropriate to say that Mozart’s posthumous single is off the hook?

[via TheHighDef]

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