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Coordinates: 43°46′35″N 11°15′31″E / 43.776401°N 11.258621°E / 43.776401; 11.258621

Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini
Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini
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The Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini is located in piazza delle Belle Arti in Florence. The conservatory, among the most important in Italy, is named after the Florentine composer Luigi Cherubini (1760–1842).

History

The conservatory occupies part of a former nunnery which was closed in the 18th century by the Grand Duke of Tuscany.

Alumni

Faculty

Musical instruments museum

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The conservatory acquired a notable collection of musical instruments, mainly dating from the time of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. They are displayed to the public as the Museo degli strumenti musicali, accessed via the Galleria dell'Accademia,[2][3] which is best known as the home of Michelangelo's David. The instruments include:

References

  1. ^ Centro Studi Luigi Dallapiccola (2021). "Biografia CV".
  2. ^ "Musical Instruments Museum".
  3. ^ a b "Collezioni". Galleria dell'Accademia (in Italian).
  4. ^ "Medici Cello".
  5. ^ "Viola Tenore".
  6. ^ "Medici, Tuscan (viola 41401)". Cozio Archive.
  7. ^ "Controviolino".
  8. ^ "Viola I.Sderci 1968".
  9. ^ "Violin L.Sderci 1977".
  10. ^ "Viola L.Sderci 1968".
  11. ^ "Doublebass B.Cristofori 1715".