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Haus Der Music, 2nd floor - the stairs to the 3th floor
Haus Der Music, 2nd floor - the stairs to the 3th floor
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - The Great Masters of Viennese Music Tradition
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - audio guide distribution
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Joseph Haydn
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Ludwig van Beethoven
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Joseph Haydn
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Joseph Haydn

Haus Der Music, 2nd floor - the stairs to the 3th floor

  • The stairs to the 3th floor

Haus Der Music, 3th floor - The Great Masters of Viennese Music Tradition
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - audio guide distribution

  • Vienna's worldwide reputation as a city of music has been primarily shaped by the musical genius of some renown composers.

    Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss, Gustav Mahler, the Second Viennese School of Arnold Schönberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern - all of them are introduced in their contemporary environment on the history level through historic documents, models, costumes, modern installations and personal items. Films and databases provide the focus of the setting and intensify the edutainment experience.

    In Virtual Vienna, a virtual tour of the city, each visitor can pay a visit to the musical haunts throughout the city and you may even enter some of them.

    The Virtual Conductor Have a go at conducting the Vienna Philharmonic! Each visitor has a chance to do this with the Virtual Conductor. The musicians obey the visitor, follow the tempo and rhythm of the baton. They are happy to reward you with applause. However, the orchestra's patience is not without its limits.

Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Joseph Haydn
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Haus Der Music, 3th floor - Ludwig van Beethoven

  • Vienna's worldwide reputation as a city of music has been primarily shaped by the musical genius of some renown composers.

    Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss, Gustav Mahler, the Second Viennese School of Arnold Schönberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern - all of them are introduced in their contemporary environment on the history level through historic documents, models, costumes, modern installations and personal items. Films and databases provide the focus of the setting and intensify the edutainment experience.

    In Virtual Vienna, a virtual tour of the city, each visitor can pay a visit to the musical haunts throughout the city and you may even enter some of them.

    The Virtual Conductor Have a go at conducting the Vienna Philharmonic! Each visitor has a chance to do this with the Virtual Conductor. The musicians obey the visitor, follow the tempo and rhythm of the baton. They are happy to reward you with applause. However, the orchestra's patience is not without its limits.
  • Vienna's worldwide reputation as a city of music has been primarily shaped by the musical genius of some renown composers.

    Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss, Gustav Mahler, the Second Viennese School of Arnold Schönberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern - all of them are introduced in their contemporary environment on the history level through historic documents, models, costumes, modern installations and personal items. Films and databases provide the focus of the setting and intensify the edutainment experience.

    In Virtual Vienna, a virtual tour of the city, each visitor can pay a visit to the musical haunts throughout the city and you may even enter some of them.

    The Virtual Conductor Have a go at conducting the Vienna Philharmonic! Each visitor has a chance to do this with the Virtual Conductor. The musicians obey the visitor, follow the tempo and rhythm of the baton. They are happy to reward you with applause. However, the orchestra's patience is not without its limits.
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