I'm not usually a fan of "upgraded" classical music, it's usually best to let the original be the original.
But every now and then someone turns an old piece into something new that really does something. I remember when I first heard this one. I recognised it, but couldn't tell what it was.
Mozart's Requim is a piece of classical music that I know really well, from start to finish, but it took a while before I recognised that the theme in this piece is Mozart's last piece of work: the #Lacrimosa
from his #Requiem
. Those of you who saw the film #Amadeus
, will remember that this is the piece that Salieri and #Mozart
were working on, but couldn't finish because he died. The way the film depicts that scene is brilliant, I think, I never keep dry eyes there. And "lacrimosa" means "filled with tears", so it all adds up https://yewtu.be/watch?v=mW-_R8qwUhQ