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National Museum of Musical Instruments, Rome
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  • Yes, it's true, almost the entire area of the Museum is closed to the public for renovation, but it is also true that, open part contains invaluable tools, whose merits perhaps are interesting only for igli enthusiasts. The Museum also offers interesting guided tours occasionally with real experts in the field of musical instruments, and at the end of visits you can listen to concerts in the auditorium with complexes that often use the same tools on display, a real gem. I hope that in the future will be valued better.
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  • No of times visited museums musical instruments in different Italian cities, it's always interesting. Compared to some other museums, Rome seemed small, but quite interesting toolset: antique harpsichords, various wind and stringed instruments, some so simple work of art! Always lacking in such museums are instruments should sound.
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  • Next door to the Church of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem is a little-known Roman Museum of musical instruments. A small museum, a kind of Chamber, but a collection of unique tools are pretty great. For the overall development of the Museum we seemed quite interesting, and if the visitor has a musical education and he understands more, then even more so.
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