Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Solemn Vespers of the Confessor, K. 339” are an outstanding work of classical music. Composed in 1780 in Salzburg, they showcase Mozart’s abilities as a church composer and his musical genius. The composition consists of six liturgical Vesper hymns for solo voices, choir, and orchestra. It is named after the Latin text of the Liturgy of the Hours and was composed for the Salzburg Cathedral. What is particularly impressive is the use of solo voices, including soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. The soloists can display their skills and emotions while harmonizing with the choir and orchestra.