Harpsichord by Hans Müller in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The oldest harpsichord that was built just north of the Alps by Hans Müller. Müller constructed this beautiful instrument in 1537 in Leipzig, Germany. This is the only known German harpsichord of the 16th century still in existence. A harpsichord produces sound by the plucking of a string when a key is pressed. They were very popular in renaissance and baroque music. In the 18th century the harpsichord began to disappear from the musical scene as the piano rose to popularity.Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Harpsichord by Hans Müller in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The oldest harpsichord that was built just north of the Alps by Hans Müller. Müller constructed this beautiful instrument in 1537 in Leipzig, Germany. This is the only known German harpsichord of the 16th century still in existence. A harpsichord produces sound by the plucking of a string when a key is pressed. They were very popular in renaissance and baroque music. In the 18th century the harpsichord began to disappear from the musical scene as the piano rose to popularity.Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Room dedicated to the piano built by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. It displays one of the rare surviving pianos built by Bartolomeo Cristofori. There are only three of Cristofori’s pianos left in the world. The one in Rome dates back to 1722, the one in New York dates back to 1720, and the other in Leipzig dates back to 1726. The piano in Rome is the best preserved of the three. This piano most likely belonged to Alessandro Marcello, who was the brother of the famous Venetian composer Benedetto..Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Room dedicated to the piano built by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. It displays one of the rare surviving pianos built by Bartolomeo Cristofori. There are only three of Cristofori’s pianos left in the world. The one in Rome dates back to 1722, the one in New York dates back to 1720, and the other in Leipzig dates back to 1726. The piano in Rome is the best preserved of the three. This piano most likely belonged to Alessandro Marcello, who was the brother of the famous Venetian composer Benedetto..Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Room dedicated to the piano built by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. It displays one of the rare surviving pianos built by Bartolomeo Cristofori. There are only three of Cristofori’s pianos left in the world. The one in Rome dates back to 1722, the one in New York dates back to 1720, and the other in Leipzig dates back to 1726. The piano in Rome is the best preserved of the three. This piano most likely belonged to Alessandro Marcello, who was the brother of the famous Venetian composer Benedetto..Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Room dedicated to the piano built by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the National Museum Of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. It displays one of the rare surviving pianos built by Bartolomeo Cristofori. There are only three of Cristofori’s pianos left in the world. The one in Rome dates back to 1722, the one in New York dates back to 1720, and the other in Leipzig dates back to 1726. The piano in Rome is the best preserved of the three. This piano most likely belonged to Alessandro Marcello, who was the brother of the famous Venetian composer Benedetto..Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Harpsichord in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The instrument dates from the half of the seventeenth century and origin from the French school.  Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Harpsichord in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The instrument dates from the half of the seventeenth century and origin from the French school. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Recorders in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. Among the instruments  on show two flageolets signed by the French builder of records David Aine.  Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Recorders in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. Among the instruments on show two flageolets signed by the French builder of records David Aine. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Harps in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. They date from the half of the seventeenth century.  Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Harps in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. They date from the half of the seventeenth century. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Viola d'Amore in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Viola d'Amore in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Small horns in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The instruments date from the Renaissance. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the  National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor  Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
Small horns in the National Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome, Italy. The instruments date from the Renaissance. Located in the Palazzina Samoggia, formerly the “Prince of Piedmont” barracks near the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem, the National Museum Of Musical Instruments houses a collection of over 3000 exquisite musical instruments.An important part of the instruments displayed origin from the collection of the important Italian lyric tenor Gennaro Evangelista Gorga (1865-1957), in art Evan.
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