La Marseillaise, Rouget de Lisle
Soundwave of La Marseillaise : steel wall decoration.
We have represented La Marseillaise thanks to an algorithm that converts the sound frequency of the song into a single line.
It is thus possible to watch and touch the national anthem, to see its highlights, its pauses and its changes of rhythm.
It's a totally innovative way of understanding La Marseillaise and the emotion it evokes!
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1.5 mm thick steel line
To be wall fixed with 3 nails
Inside and outside
Start by nailing the middle of the line, then simply adjust the level
Not suitable for brick or concrete walls
About La Marseillaise
This line depicts the French national anthem. It was developed in partnership with the Élysée and is naturally 100% made in France. Proceeds from its sale go towards financing renovation works at the Élysée Palace – the official residence of the President of France – 300 years after it was built, thus helping to preserve France’s cultural and historical heritage. Drawing on a revolutionary spirit, this patriotic hymn has accompanied France’s political history: La Marseillaise was proclaimed the French national anthem on July 14,1795. The song was then banned under the Empire but later re-instated as the national anthem in 1879 under the French Third Republic. Today, La Marseillaise is listed in Article 2 of France’s Constitution as one of the national symbols of the French Republic, along with the French language and the blue, white, and red flag.