The Interactive Museum of Music is a little known museum in Malaga because it is quite hidden under the Plaza de la Marina. The museum holds a collection of about 400 musical instruments, from many different countries, and from many different ages. This collection is one of the largest in Europe.
There are many displays that have a red triangle on them and this indicates that the display is interactive. Many show musical instruments that can be touched and played. Others have videos that can be watched and feature people playing the wide variety of musical instruments. One interesting display features flamenco and the music of Andalusia. An interesting explanation is that of classical music, how it started in Europe. The German composers such as Beethoven were the first to play it. Later other European countries had their composers create music that was representative of their own countries, such as Falla composed music for the Spanish.
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