Ever since the invention of recorded music, bootleg copies weren't far behind.
But bootlegs existed long before records.
A song written in the 1630s was played once a year, and only in the Sistine Chapel.
The Vatican kept the composition of the piece secret for 150 years until the 14-year-old Mozart listened to the piece twice, transcribed it from memory, and produced the first unauthorised copy of the song.
Mozart was such a genius punk that he wrote the overture of Don Giovanni on the morning it premiered. Talk about taking procrastination to the next level!
Mozart's full Christened name was Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart.
When Mozart wasn't writing one of his 600 masterpieces he was writing extremely dirty letters to his female cousin. In one letter, he wrote that he wanted to "shit on her nose" and watch it "drip down her chin."
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