- The popular National Science and Maths Quiz theme song was composed by an Austrian named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's classical piece titled "Voi Che Sapete Che cosa è amor" which translates from Italian to English as “You know what love is”
- Wolfgang lived in the 18th century and was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical period
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For decades, the National Science and Maths Quiz has been the most looked-out-for intellectual battle in Ghana and has tickled the ears of many with its popular theme song.
As YEN.com.gh dug the internet, it was discovered that the renowned musical work was a classical tune titled "Voi Che Sapete Che cosa è amor" by Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
According to Pulse.com.gh, the title of that classical piece "Voi Che Sapete Che cosa è amor" which translates from Italian to English as “You know what love is”.
"Voi Che Sapete Che cosa è amor" appears in Act Two of Mozart’s popular comic Opera "Le nozze di Figaro" (The Marriage of Figaro).
The classical composition was released in 1786 and has been performed by many Opera performers including Cecilia Bartoli, Agnes Baltsa, and Maria Ewing.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (January 27, 1756 – December 5, 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical period
See the performance of the song below:
Another beautiful performance of the same song:
In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, a heartwarming gesture made by a Ghanaian husband is fast going viral on social media after he alighted from his car on his way back from work and joined his wife to hawk on the street.
According to the wife, Afia Adutwumwaa, who shared the video in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal Facebook handle, she least expected her husband's reaction.
Afia mentioned that she has been preparing Eku juice and decided to take a bold step and hit the traffic with it without getting her husband's approval.
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