The song of Rome

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In the seventeenth century Rome saw a proliferation of multifaceted and surprising artistic productions, in which the great polyphonic school developed close to private academies and operas performed in the public theater of Tor di Nona. An exciting journey from the Middle Ages through Renaissance and Baroque melodies to the folk songs of today. In Rome, the sounds, forms and rhythms of the new language give life to original and surprising music unlike any other Italian city.