This was posted under the TIL subcommunity on Reddit:
This is Mozart. He was 28 at the time when he wrote this composition which sang by the sterling bird he bought.
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This is what a starling bird (European Starling or Sturnus vulgaris) looks like. It is a noisy bird and has the ability to mimic.
Now, this is a trivia!
All hail Mozart.
That bird must’ve known the future. Who knows?
Birds of the same feather, sing together?
Such talent. These birds need an agency!
Oh yeah! He is a music genius after all.
Early Twitter at its core.
This was an early sign, really. That bird's essentially the first victim of this fraud.
The starling bird did give Mozart a big break in the music industry. Now we are celebrating music because of this bird, it truly deserves a funeral.
Starling birds are known for their noisiness, though. Would not blame the 200 million people in America, Mozart just heard a song rather than a noise.
Friends, he’s a music genius!
This is why we create this conversation! Friend, you earned the TIL title today, now you know!
This is a terribly talented kind of bird.
Let’s not teach them swearing, haha! Let’s do music instead.
Of course, it’s a performance when you’re outside the house! Birds have a career too!
So today we all learned where Mozart got his inspiration from one of his compositions.
This could be a story, but, Mozart took the bird in.
The bird gave Mozart something to write about. Mozart gave him a funeral.
We can draw inspiration from anything that creates a sound. But Mozart’s starling bird wasn’t just an ordinary bird, it was a concerto-singing bird, also, Mozart really took in THAT bird.
From a song he heard from a bird, he composed a beautiful, organic, and innovative musical piece. This is the story of the bird that inspired Mozart.
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