St Cecilia's Hall
- A beautifully illustrated selection of historical musical instruments from the collection of St Cecilia's Hall, Edinburgh
- The Music Museum is the University of Edinburgh's first visitor attraction and the concert hall is a popular music venue in its own right, having been in continuous use since 1762
- Engaging and accessible text captures the imagination regardless of prior historical / musical knowledge
- St Cecilia's Hall is benefitting from new interest after a Heritage Lottery funded £6.5 million renovation, which reopened the venue to the public in May 2017
St Cecilia’s Hall is Scotland’s oldest purpose-built concert hall and home to the University of Edinburgh’s world-famous musical instrument collection. Comprising over 500 rare and beautiful instruments from across the globe – many of which are still played as part of the Hall’s lively programme – the collection is housed in the newly refurbished Music Museum. This selection of highlights brings these fascinating instruments to a wider audience than ever.