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The following project on the list of priorities is presented in the presentation XIX: "Adventure Research - Insight into current Work". Likewise, it appears in video IV: "From Cantastoria to the sound film". In the opinion of the author, the intervention of the painting goes back to Queen Christine of Sweden, who had a harpsichord from the Prague art robbery painted over. Consequently, a painting could be expected in the lower layer of paint, which could still be viewed until 1650 and was highly prized at the imperial court. If this working hypothesis could be verified by an X-ray examination, the history of this instrument could be almost completely reconstructed and, incidentally, it would appear that Allessandro Scarlatti most probably played on it.