London, Aug 3 (ANI): Two newly discovered musical pieces created by Mozart in 1773-1780 were recently played in his native Austrian city, Salzburg.
The piano pieces have been a part of the International Mozarteum Foundation for long, but they were only recently identified as compositions by Mozart.
They were discovered by a collection of music compiled by Mozart's father, Leopold, reports the BBC.
The two new pieces are the first movement of the concerto in G, molto allegro, and a prelude in G.
Mozart had written more than 600 known pieces of music before he died in 1791, aged 35. (ANI)