Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s masterpiece Eine kleine Nachtmusik ("a little night music") was completed in Vienna on 10 August 1787 while he worked on the opera Don Giovanni, but the work was not published until about 1827, long after his death. The occasion and the patron for Mozart’s composition remains unknown today and it was probably never performed within the span of his lifetime.
Almost 200 years later and in the same city of Vienna, the world’s musical capital, Mozart’s masterpiece has been remoulded to reflect society’s evolution into today’s postmodern artistic landscape, with the incorporation of bold and futuristic cutting-edge technologies.
The structure of the Mastertrack consists of four stems: Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola and Cello, with a total of five variations per stem. Layering different stem variations over one another leads to the creation of personally crafted, magical and unique tapestries of sound, closely related to Mozart’s original.
Explore historical recordings of this Master Track to preview different ways it can sound.
Want to mint your own recording?
First you’ll need a Blank Record. Each Master Track has a limited supply that is exclusively compatible with it. A Blank Record allows you to record the current state of a Master Track at any time. This transforms the Blank Record into a unique collectible Recording like you see above.Learn more about Blank Records
What is async music?
This is music with the ability to change its composition. It may sound different each time you come back to listen. This is achieved by breaking down a song into separate layers called Stems. Each Stem has multiple Variants for its new owner to choose from. In this way, a single Async Music track contains many unique combinations of sounds.Learn More