The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is one of the nation's top orchestras. It has been facing financial problems in recent years, and now they are negotiating with the orchestra's musicians over a new contract.
Two new pieces of music have now been identified as compositions of the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Joining The Takeaway are Ulrich Leisinger of the International Mozarteum Foundation and Terrance McKnight, host of WNYC's Evening Music.
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