Label: Mercury - 538 760-2 Format: CD Compilation Country: Germany Genre: Pop Style: Chanson, Schlager
The police found and caught him, which caused a scandal. Venduto da Rapace. They are referred either as self-titled with a number, or by the title of the first song on the album, or by the most well-known song. The owner of a cafe told him that his songs were not the type he was looking for. He was shy and had difficulty performing in front of people. Brave Margot 5.
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Audible Download Audiolibri. Amazon Warehouse Deals I nostri prodotti usati e ricondizionati. He wrote and sang, with his guitar, more than a hundred of his poems, as well as texts from many others such as Victor Hugo , Paul Verlaine , or Louis Aragon. Most of his texts are black humour-tinged and often anarchist -minded.
Brassens took refuge in a small cul-de-sac called "Impasse Florimont," in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, a popular and working class district, where he lived for several years with its owner, Jeanne Planche, a friend of his aunt.
Planche lived with her husband Marcel in relative poverty: Brassens remained hidden there until the end of the war five months later, but ended up staying for 22 years. His mother, who came from southern Italy Marsico Nuovo in Basilicata ,  was a devout Roman Catholic, while his father was an easy-going, generous, openminded, anticlerical man.
Brassens grew up between these two starkly contrasting personalities, who nonetheless shared a love for music. His mother—whom Brassens labelled a "missionary for songs" militante de la chanson , Simone and Jules, were always singing. This environment imparted to Brassens a passion for singing that would come to define his life. At the time he listened constantly to his early idols: He was said to love music above all else: Consequently, he never learned to read music. A poor student, Brassens performed badly in school.
Brassens had already been experimenting with songwriting and poetry. Brassens developed an interest in versification and rhyme. That is quite a transformation. Thanks to this teacher, I opened my mind to something bigger. Later on, every time I wrote a song, I asked myself the question: Nonetheless, personal friendships and adolescence still defined Brassens in his teens. At age seventeen, he was implicated in crimes that would prove to be a turning point in his life.
To get money, Georges and his gang started to steal from their families and others. Georges stole a ring and a bracelet from his sister. The police found and caught him, which caused a scandal. The young men were publicly characterized as "high school mobsters" or "scum" - voyous. Some of the perpetrators, unsupported by their families, spent time in prison. Brassens lived with his aunt Antoinette in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, where he taught himself to play piano.
He began working at a Renault car factory. In May the factory was bombed, and France invaded by Germany. He spent the summer in his home town, but soon returned to Paris, feeling that this was where his future lay. He did not work, since employment would serve only to profit the occupying enemy. Saddened by the lack of poetic culture, Brassens spent most of his days in the library. It was then that he set a pattern of rising at five in the morning, and going to bed at sunset — a pattern he maintained the greater part of his life.
He meticulously studied the great masters: Villon , Baudelaire , Verlaine and Hugo. His approach to poetry was almost scientific. Reading, for instance, a poem by Verlaine, he dissected it image by image, attentive to the slightest change in rhythm, analysing the rhymes and the way they alternated. Brassens later commented on his early works: He found time to write Bonhomme and Pauvre Martin , along with more than a hundred other songs, that were later either burned or frequently altered before they reached their final form Le Mauvais sujet repenti.
He also wrote the beginning of his first novel, Lalie Kakamou. A year after he arrived in Basdorf, Brassens was granted a ten-day furlough. In Paris, he had to find a hideout, but he knew very few people.
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