Finally tonight as of right now 300,000 people have searched ott a tiny girl causing a big stir. A prodigy doing something reminisce sent of another little kid called mozart. Abc's nick schifrin is... See More
Finally tonight as of right now 300,000 people have searched ott a tiny girl causing a big stir. A prodigy doing something reminisce sent of another little kid called mozart. Abc's nick schifrin is with the newest child wonder. Reporter: Like so many child prodigies, her playing is perfect. Her sound is serene. But before 7-year-old alma deutscher's feet reach the floor, she's already written this -- ♪ Reporter: An opera composed for an entire string orchestra, praised by the best opera house in great britain. I had the theme when I was very young, and it was very mysterious. Da, da, da. Reporter: She isn't just reading music, she's writing as she goes, all improvisation off the top of her head. How gifted is she? Well, alma's already a year ahead of another prodigy you might recognize. ♪ Reporter: Mozart could play and name notes at 3. Alma could do that at 2. ♪ Reporter: Mozart was first writing at 5. Alma was alma was 4. Now, over the years, we've seen some extraordinary children. Umi garret was 8. Brianna kahane, 7, and pint-sized jonathan okseniuk conducting at just 4. All great performers, but alma is a great composer, and some say that she writes with the same quality as mozart when he was the same age. I can't really think of anybody quite this young. This is really remarkable. She just lives and breathes music. I can do it right now. IT ISN'T FINISHED YET. Reporter: More than 300,000 have discovered her online. This young composer's melodies creating so much happiness, and she's only 7. Nick schifrin, abc news, london.
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