All About the Louvre
In this week's episode of the Imaginary Frenchman (available under the "podcast" tab of this website), I tell you all about the greatest museum in the world, the Louvre in Paris. You'll learn how to say "Louvre," why it's called the Louvre (sort of), how it came into being, and secrets of the collection. You'll also get some gossip about its most famous occupant, a woman with a mysterious smile.
The music in this week's episode is (as always) "Jazz in Paris" and "Invitation to the Castle Ball," both of which are available for free use without attribution.
Primary sources were online references like wikipedia and the Louvre website. A CBS documentary about the Louvre is available on Hoopla.