Music is the “sound-evidence” of Europe’s ancient common roots.

Long before the Old Continent became known as Europe and before the presumed "history of music" began, musical instruments played a key role in creating a network of interconnections, cross-references and shared features among the various European cultures.
The European Music Archaeology Project (EMAP) is the first organic journey from the sounds of Prehistory through to traditions which still survive today, taking us from very early music to the present day composer and blending archaeology and art, science and creativity.

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