Digitized music: Internet Culturale

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This is music technology! The italian (there’s an english version, too) Digital Library Portal and Cultural-Tourist Network, www.internetculturale.it, which “proposes an integrated access system to the digital and traditional resources of libraries, archives, and other Italian cultural institutions”, since yesterday has a new section with a lot of digitized contents from some of the most important academies, museums, etc.
Why am I posting this on AudioNewsRoom? Because there’s a huge part of rare music related documents, going from early centuries stuff to “big names’ memorabilia” (Puccini, Verdi, etc.).
Even if the website is far from perfect, any music lover should dig through the archives, it’s worth it.

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