The space, devoted to the memory of the maestro Luttazzi, was conceived following the donation of his wife Rossana Moretti Luttazzi and the Lelio Luttazzi Foundation of the collection that testifies to the life and career of the great musician and showman. The museum, extremely heterogeneous, holds musical manuscripts, correspondence, records, films, posters, press releases, photographs and personal items. Luttazzi's multifaceted personality is also remembered here through his work as director and writer, writing novels, tales and scripts.
The route marks the most significant milestones of a very intense activity, which led to the composition of hundreds of musical tracks and the participation in numerous radio and television shows from the middle of the last century onwards and which have entered the history of art, culture and traditions of the country.
1. The Maestro's Piano;
2. The dinner jacket in which he appeared in popular television broadcasts;
3. Walter Molino's painting dedicated to the famous song "El can de Trieste".