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Musikinstrumente – Klänge im Zeichen der Zeit

In the organizer's words:

From the Ahrend organ to the Zwitscher automaton and the Moog IIIp, highlights have been selected from the approximately 2000 instruments in the collection and embedded in twelve thematic modules. In three rooms, many original and original objects from the Renaissance to the present day illuminate important stages in the history of musical instruments. Demonstrations allow visitors to get hands-on and explore how an organ works, the principle of electronic sound production and acoustic phenomena. In some places, films also bring to life the context in which instruments were used. And finally, a "look into the depot" provides an insight into the work behind the scenes.

Live every day. New every day. For individual visitors and small groups of up to five people, guided tours, demonstrations, science shows and hands-on programs in various exhibitions take place daily, free of charge and without registration. The current daily program is published every day at around 9:20 a.m. on the website and in the Deutsches Museum app.

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Deutsches Museum Museumsinsel 1 80538 München

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