I don't know the piece of music by name, but in a review of the film, it was said that Lecter and Pazzi were attending an outdoor production of Dante's Faust or Inferno (or something, my lit skills beg for much). If anyone ever wrote music to dante, likely there lies your answer.<P>By the by, earlier in the film, where Lecter is playing the piano in his Truman Capote outfit, the soft music playing is an original piece written and performed by Anthony Hopkins-- who is a classically-trained pianist. Imagine that. <P><BR>p.s., if you haven't yet seen this movie, drop what you're doing and GO. The gore is only restricted to three scenes, but the last one, well, it's unlike anything you've yet seen. Nevertheless, the movie flows so artfully and gracefully, and Hopkins rivets your attention whenever he appears. It's been a hell of a long time since I've been this taken by a movie. If it doesn't win some Oscars next year, there had better be this summer and fall a very good slate of movies coming down the pike.