Museo Pelagalli (Mille Voci e Mille Suoni) contains more than 800 pieces, which illustrate the history of radio, from Marconi to the present time. It covers the History of musical machines between the 17th-19th Centuries. One room is entirely dedicated to Marconi, another exhibits mechanical equipment, cameras, civil and military radio equipment, and the work of the Ducati brothers. One section includes the history of television, and there is also an area dedicated to the history of Italian and Neapolitan songs, containing more than 5000 songs, period records, and precious musical scores. Furthermore, there is a film library, full of theatre bills and films, a music library, and a room for frequent visitors to the museum.
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