A piece of music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which had lain undiscovered in a French library for years, has had its first public performance.
The two minute-long piece was played by violinist Daniel Cuiller before a small audience in Nantes, western France.
The sheet music was found by staff at the city's library, and authenticated as an original work of the Austrian composer last September.
The score is on display at Nantes Castle until 22 February.
Dr Ulrich Leisinger from the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, who authenticated the score, said it was an important discovery.
It is composed of two musical pieces with a missing portion at the top.