Check out some more notable facts about the box set:

15,000 minutes of music

4,000 tracks

600 solo artists and ensembles

240 hours

225 years since his death

200 CDs

70 percent of the recordings are different from the last major Mozart box set

60 orchestras

30 CDs of alternative performances

22 operas

20 record labels represented, including Decca, Deutsche Grammophon

10 days is how long it would take to listen to all the music

5 hours of newly recorded performances

5 frameable prints

2 hours of music recorded on Mozart’s own instruments

2 hardback books, including a new full-scale biography by scholar Cliff Eisen

1 newly discovered song, written in a friendly competition with Antonio Salieri