eCauda has partnered with Patrimonio Nacional
A pilot project will be defined shortly

The Spanish organization Patrimonio Nacional, managing over 154,000 historical and artistic treasures of Spain's cultural heritage has agreed to conduct a pilot program with eCauda for registering their historical instruments collection on eCauda’s platform.

In total the collection includes 379 musical instruments and other music-producing devices from the 16th to the 20th century with great musical jewels such as the "Spanish Court" Quartet made by Antonio Stradivarius, organ in the Chapel of the Royal Palace built by Jorge Bosch or harps made by Godfroi Holzman.

The project will start as soon as the situation around the pandemic gets better.

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