Carl Nielsen Museum

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A room in the museum

The Carl Nielsen Museum is a museum dedicated to the life of Danish composer Carl Nielsen and his wife, the sculptor Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen. It documents his life from his childhood in the town of Nr. Lyndelse, to his career and success on the European music scene, with his violins, his bugle and his grand piano on display, as well as a number of his musical scores, including six symphonies, three concertos, two operas, and chamber music and a great number of songs.[1]

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  1. ^ "The Carl Nielsen Museum". Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 2 July 2014.

Coordinates: 55°23′58″N 10°23′32″E / 55.39944°N 10.39222°E / 55.39944; 10.39222