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1. Le temps des cerises

  • Published: 2016-10-06T17:41:03Z
  • By Motives
Le temps des cerises

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3. Noir désir - Le temps des cerises

  • Published: 2011-12-20T22:55:20Z
  • By Chris38
Noir désir - Le temps des cerises

excellente du "Temps des cerises", par Noir désir

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4. ATARPOP 73 & Le Collectif Le Temps Des Cerises: Attention L'Armée

  • Published: 2017-12-05T11:19:37Z
  • By Staubgold
ATARPOP 73 & Le Collectif Le Temps Des Cerises: Attention L'Armée

10 December 1974. 200 conscripts exit the casern of Draguignan in order to demonstrate in the streets of the city. They make part of those clandestine soldier committees multiplying themselves all over France with a view to unite the young activists of the extreme left with the anti-militarists. This dispute is a backwash of the student manifestations in spring 1973 against the Debré law reforming the military service. The "Collectif du Temps des Cerises" founded by François Tusques, one of the pioneers of the French free jazz, decides to support the insubordinates. Denis Levaillant, 22 years old at the time, becomes the driving force of this discographical project. It’s with another big name in jazz, Jef Gilson in his studio Palm, the group records the compositions of Levaillant, appearing under the pseudonym Serge Igor, as well as cover versions of traditional Spanish music, among others the mythic "El paso del Ebro". The young French jazz avantgarde scene of the early 70s participates in that session which brings together musicians like Jean-Jacques Avenel, Pierre Rigaud, Jean Méreu, Antoine Cuvelier, Gérard Tamestit, Guy Oulchen, Christian Ville, Robert Lucien, Carlos Andréou et Kirjuhel. The graphic designer collective Atarpop 73 creates the sleeve of the album which was released in an edition of 3000 copies and sold during the student manifestations. This radical report of a rebellious youth raising from the still glowing ashes of May 1968 brings to our ears a jazz as spiritual as revolutionary. Attention, disc is burning !

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5. Le Temps des Cerises

Le Temps des Cerises

Album completo Electro Swing Ghibli Vol. 1. Los grandes clásicos de Ghibli in the remix.

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6. Le Temps Des Cerises

Le Temps Des Cerises

Un petit extrait très brut, sans mix juste avec ma cigarbox.J'ai décidé d' ajouter cette chanson à mon set pour les concerts de cet été !

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8. Le Temps Des Cerises - Fada Mourisca - rehearsal

Le Temps Des Cerises - Fada Mourisca - rehearsal

Here's a first recording of Ana Delgado & Marc Drost, singing the famous song: Le temps des Cerises. Ana plays the aduf, a traditional square drum, and Marc is on the accordeon. The project is named Fada Mourisca, and we are working on a traditional repertoire, mainly in Portuguese and Spanish, but also some wonderful songs by Ana Delgado herself. We will share our music as the repertoire grows and evolves.

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9. Le Temps Des Cerises

  • Published: 2018-04-15T15:14:09Z
  • By L'eau rit
Le Temps Des Cerises

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10. 01 - Le Temps des Cerises

  • Published: 2012-07-09T12:30:21Z
  • By BiYao128
01 - Le Temps des Cerises

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11. 07 Le Temps Des Cerises

07 Le Temps Des Cerises

Album "Chansons", Le Loup du faubourf, 2003.

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12. le temps des cerises

le temps des cerises

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13. Le Temps Des Cerises

Le Temps Des Cerises

Texte : JB Clément Musique : Antoine Renard Arrangement : Cyan

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17. Le Temps Des Cerises - Mike Collins & Aurora Colson

Le Temps Des Cerises - Mike Collins & Aurora Colson

Le Temps des cerises is a song written in France in 1866, with words by Jean-Baptiste Clément and music by Antoine Renard. The song is strongly associated with the Paris Commune. It is believed to be dedicated by the writer to a nurse who was killed in the Semaine Sanglante ("Bloody Week") when French government troops overthrew the commune. There are many versions of the song, but the most famous one has been popularised by the singer Yves Montand. The song is featured in the Japanese animated movie" Porco Rosso" where it is sung by the character in the movie, Gina, however the actual voice is the famous Japanese singer Katô Tokiko. In this version, Mike worked on an acoustic guitar arrangement, using a finger-picking style. *** Aurora's website: http://www.aurorecolson.com Aurora on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aurora-Colson-Sings-creates-plays/263784803663188

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