Musica

(Latin) music; the Romans used music as a means of entertainment and also in their religious rites or political celebrations; they employed many different musical instruments, including the lyre, the lute, the kithara â€` a guitar-like instrument, and flutes.
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Musica

[French music festival] Musica is a festival of contemporary classical music held annually in Strasbourg since 1993. The specialization in modern music is encouraged by government patronage. About the festival (French) ...
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Musica

[sculpture] Musica is a bronze statue that sits in a grassy knoll at the center of a traffic rotary where Division Street meets 16th Avenue North, known as the Music Row Roundabout or Buddy Killen Circle, across from Owen Bradley Park in the Music Row area of Nashville, Tennessee. It was built as part of an urban renewal project for the Mus...
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