This is one of the most captivating of pathways of the Museum : it includes more than 28.000 music tracks and high definition (4k) videos about the most important music writers of all the times, including arab and african ethnic music.
The Museum of Peace - MAMT houses welcome visitors in a “Music Hall” with an optimal acoustics and contains rare collections of Mediterranean music about supports that make possible unique listening and moments of pure emotion. From Fado to Sirtaki, from Tango to Flamenco, from Canto to Napoli and Classics, from Great Operas to Arab Music, the guest of MAMT enjoy the beating heart of Mediterranean.
THE SONG OF NAPLES
Collections of great musicians and artists from the past, from Carosone to Totò, from Roberto Murolo to Roberto De Simone: words, lyrics and emotions that moves collective feelings
Collection of the greats of Fado: from Amalia Rodriguez (in a memorable “Anema e core” featuring Roberto Murolo) to Josè Alfonso de Coimbra and Marisa. All interpreters of a poignant song, magical as fate, which has very ancient origins, shrouded in mystery: born of the sadness and fears of those who faced the oceans in search of luck.
In the sign of Zorba are the magic, the secrets and the story of the rebètico, known in the West with the name of Sirtaki. Singing and poignant dance, expresses the popular soul of Greece.
Collections of the great Flamenco from the beginning of this art up to the present day. The controversial origins and secular history of the most fascinating expression of Spanish folk art are represented by unique pieces even more engaging thanks to the "live" acoustic systems present in the "Music Hall".
PINO DANIELE’S MUSIC
In addition to the exclusive spaces on the second floor dedicated to the emotional path "Pino Daniele Alive", in the "Music Hall" you can listen to some of its most beautiful concerts, rediscovering the originality in the various versions, between sessions with many musicians and international stars with whom he collaborated: from the blues to the polyphonic,through jazz rock. Among the styles that Pino Daniele has explored in his continuous expressive research there are the madrigals born in the sixteenth century by Gesualdo Da Venosa: Pino was so passionate about this style, to rearrange some of the composer's classics. During the last visit to the Museum and the "Music Hall" under construction, Pino Daniele, a few days before his death and immediately after receiving the prestigious "Mediterranean Award", was recommended to dedicate a space of the Museum to Gesualdo .
It’s possible to watch the visit of Pino Daniele to the Museum and the awarding ceremony to the following links: