La Marseillaise (the National Anthem of France)


Dating back to 1792, La Marseillaise is the first example of the “European march” anthemic style.

Our piano arrangement respects this style – occasionally you can almost hear the low brass in the left hand!



  • Three-voice polyphony


  • There is simple polyphony in the arrangement for optimal sound – so it is necessary to know (or want to learn) how to play in voices – notes of different lengths within a hand.
  • There are quite a lot of accidentals: sharps, flats and naturals in the score, so you should know how to interpret them. Remember, the accidentals are valid until the next barline!

Additional information

Product type

Sheet music for solo piano (PDF)


Lisle, C. J. R. de


G major

Difficulty level

4 – Moderately easy




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