The 12-year-old prodigy whose “first language” is Mozart


As we know, since Einstein science has been in catchup as regards consciousness and alternative realities. Alma Deutscher is an accomplished British composer in the classical style and is clearly able to communicate with her guides.


She is a virtuoso on the piano and the violin. And she is 12 years old. She’s different from other prodigies we have known, because at the age of ten she wrote an opera, which demands comprehensive mastery; not just how to play the piano, but, what is the range of the oboe? What can a cellist play?

Alma Deutscher:

I remember that when I was three, and I listened to this really beautiful lullaby by Richard Strauss, and that was when I really first realized how much I loved music. And I asked my parents, “But how can music be so beautiful?”

When I was four, I just had these melodies and ideas in my head, and I would play them down at the piano. And sometimes my parents would think that I was just remembering music that I’d already heard before. But I said, “No, no, these are my melodies, that I composed.”


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