Some weeks ago I’ve been in Cremona with family and some friends. Cremona is the hometown of Stradivari, Guarneri, Amati… let’s say it’s the hometown of the violin. Music, mainly string music is everywhere. In other towns the signs in the street corners lead you to monuments, churches, museums… in Cremona signs lead you to the different luthiers’ workshops. There are many of them, from many countries. Some of them keep the doors open so you can enter the workshop, see them at work and take some photos. Musicians from all over the world come here to commission their instruments.
At some moment we obviously came across with a bandstand in which a little group of young musicians played (really fine) Haendel’s “Lascia ch’io pianga”.