Two long-lost works by Mozart discovered

Published on July 23rd, 2009 | by Admin

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The International Mozarteum Foundation says it has discovered two new piano pieces composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Two unknown fragments of music by Mozart are believed to have turned up in a library in Nantes in western France. If authenticated by musical scholars, at least one of the pieces may be performed in a festival in the city next year.

A yellowing sheet of paper, held in the library since the 19th century, contains two or three lines of music, and a separate jumble of notes, signed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The music had previously been assumed to be a rough draft, or copy, of extracts from two of the 626 known pieces by the 18th century Austrian composer.

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