Today, May 16th, our Year 8 and Year 9 students went to Paularo (UD) to visit the Mozartina Museum.
This eighteenth century house holds a particular collection of musical instruments which represent the history of the organ, the harpsichord and the piano. Located on three different floors, the instruments are not displayed in the rooms according to the traditional criteria used in museum exibitions, but are part of the furnishings of a Baroque and Romantic home of wealthy musicians.
Visitors feel the presence of the musicians to whom the house is dedicated through instruments, paintings, furnishings and daily life objects. One of these musicians is undoubtedly Mozart, which seems to secretly peep in every room!