Nazzareno Frontalini (Numana)
Immediately after World War II, in the years between 1946 and 1952, the accordion orchestra Frontalini was one of the most appreciated throughout Europe. The manufacturer Frontalini, who came from Numana, from which the orchestra took its name built a series of special accordions that reproduced closely the sounds of a symphonic orchestra (tuba-tenor-bass and horn). The sample on show was made entirely of aged spruce wood coming from the Valley of Fiemme, and the homed amplifying chamber was made of aluminium.