France Vernillat Et Pierre Barbier - Chants Pour la Liberté (1789 • 1848 • 1871) album flac
- Album: Chants Pour la Liberté (1789 • 1848 • 1871)
- FLAC: 1525 mb | MP3: 1516 mb
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|A1||–Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||La Carmagnole||2:00|
|A2||–Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||Ah! Ça Ira||2:05|
|A3||–Louis-Jacques Rondeleux||Chant De Guerre Pour l'Armée Du Rhin (La Marseillaise)
Written-By – Rouget de Lisle
|A4||–Sextuor De La Cité||La Liberté Des Nègres||1:45|
|A5||–Sextuor De La Cité||Le Réveil Du Peuple
Written-By – J.M. Souriquière, Gaveaux*
|A6||–Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||Le Chant Des Ouvriers
Written-By – P. Dupont*
|A7||–Eric Amado||Le Chant Des Transportés
Written-By – P. Dupont*
|B1||–Germaine Montero||Elle N'Est Pas Morte
Written-By – E. Pottier*, V. Parizot*
|B2||–Eric Amado||Le Tombeau Des Fusillés
Written-By – F. Doria*, J. Jouy*
|B3||–Germaine Montero||La Semaine Sanglante
Written-By – J. B. Clément*, P. Dupont*
Written-By – E. Pottier*, H. Ghesquière*
|B5||–Nicole Vervil Et La Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||Louise Michel
Written By – WichtWritten-By – J. Jouy*
|B6||–Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||Le Drapeau Rouge
Written-By – P. Brousse*
|B7||–Bernard Demigny Et La Chorale Populaire De Paris , Dir. Gilbert Martin||L'Internationale
Written-By – E. Pottier*, P. Degeyter*
- Printed By – Imprimerie Chaumès
- Accordion – Bruno Lorenzoni
- Guitar – Monique Rollin
- Painting – Claude Monet
- Piano – Jean Lemaire
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A; Variant 1): XPL 4336A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B; Variant 1): XPL 4336B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A; Variant 2): XPL 4336 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B; Variant 2): XPL 4336B
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The 1848 Revolution in France, sometimes known as the February Revolution (révolution de Février), was one of a wave of revolutions in 1848 in Europe. In France the revolutionary events ended the July Monarchy (1830–1848) and led to the creation of the French Second Republic. Following the overthrow of King Louis Philippe in February 1848, the elected government of the Second Republic ruled France. In the months that followed, this government steered a course that became more conservative.
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From Pierre Nora: Realms of Memory. But let us pause to Parfaite Egalité, La Liberté des négres, Toulon soumis, and even Les Capucins aux fron- take stock instead. Many o f these stories come from scholars such as Fiaux and tiéres. Such Parisian theaters as Montansier, Feydeau, Paris-Moliére, and Théátre- Tiersot, who, writing as they did during World War I, sometimes painted larger than Italien often featured the singing o f La Marseillaise, sometimes spontaneous, some life. no great enthusiasm for La Marseillaise, yet this did not result in any great intellec- Barbier, Pierre, and Francé Vernillat. Histoire de Francépar les chansons, vol. 8, La Revolution tual debate or widespread shift in attitudes such as occurred between 1934 and 1936. frangaise (Paris: Gallimard, 1961).