There’s a scene towards the beginning of Amadeus where Antonio Salieri, the highly successful but essentially pedestrian composer, has grown old and largely been forgotten. He plays some of his music for a visiting priest, but, alas, the priest recognizes none of it. Then Salieri changes expression and begins another piece, which the priest recognizes instantly, and begins to hum along with, smiling in delight. “So charming, so lovely,” he exclaims. “Is that really yours?” “No,” Salieri retches. “That was Mozart.”
It is, indeed, Mozart:
All the music from the this series can be found and enjoyed here.