Compusing Confutatis: a brilliant animation

Compusing Confutatis: a brilliant animation

Perhaps the most famous scene in the still popular 1984 film Amadeus is the one where the dying Mozart dictates the Confutatis of his unfinished Requiem to fellow composer Salieri. Now Martin Gonzalez has combined the original film with an animation of the score being written that really brings to life what Salieri was hurriedly scribing. For anyone with the slightest interest in animation or composition, it is fascinating stuff to watch.

(h/t – LaughingSquid)

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