Conceived as a dynamic and constantly expanding space, MVIM is dedicated to preserving the memory of musical instruments, fundamental sources for understanding the History of Music.
In a 21st century environment, aimed at a wide audience, the instruments and their surroundings are presented in specific sections.
Discover the incredible Viola Organista, a hybrid musical instrument designed by the famous Italian artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).
And it came to life in Cracow, in the hands of the Polish pianist and luthier Slawomir Zubrzycki, based on the writings of Leonardo da Vinci and also performed the instrument in several concert halls.
MVIM publishes videos of lectures on musical instruments in this section.
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Villa-Lobos’ cello, with Hugo Pilger
Hugo Pilger gives a talk, at the Villa-Lobos Museum, about the cello that belonged to the composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, a Martin Diehl from 1779.