When I was writing about Mozart earlier this year, I heard rumors of a massive project, funded by David Packard of the Packard Humanities Institute, to place online the master's complete works. Confirmation was lacking at the time, but, via the nicely redesigned ArtsJournal, I've learned that the rumor is now reality: the Digital Mozart Edition is operational. Interest is already so intense that the site is apparently having trouble disgorging its contents — "We are overvelmed by the resonance of this website," a note says — although I did just succeed in obtaining my first pages of score, in the form of the Prologus from Apollo et Hyacinthus. It's Mozart, alright. Congratulations to all who made this marvel happen.