Place Victor Collard
Monument Adolphe Sax et Dinant
Monument for Adolphe Sax and Dinant
Dinant 1814 - Paris 1894
Belgian musical instrument designer and musician who played the flute and clarinet, and is well known for having invented the saxophone
Monument made for the centenary of the death of the inventor of the saxophone, installed in 'the sax space' in Dinant. Dimensions: high 3 m, wide 6 m, material: blue stone and oxidized bronze. The monument conists of two 'rocks' rising out of the ground, one of which opens with allusions to the 'city history' of Dinant, and the other on the 'saxophone women', whose bodies suggest the form of the instrument.
Felix Roulin 94
- Félix Roulin (Dinant 1931),
Sources & Information
- vzw Statua, Standbeelden.be (site doesn't exist anymore).
Location (N 50°15'43" - E 4°54'39")
Item Code: bena041; Photograph: 5 May 2015
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