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He composed using as his only instrument a small piece of furniture that he called "my drum" on which he beat out the rhythm. 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. A few trips to Belgium and Switzerland; a month in Canadarecording issued on CD in and another in North Africa were his only trips outside France — except for his concerts in Wales in and Cardiff. Jeanne lived with her husband Marcel in a hovel at 9 impasse Florimont, with no gas, water or electricity. Trompe la mort His lyrics are difficult to translate, though attempts have been made. Audio CD.
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Torna su. Per conoscerci meglio. Metodi di pagamento Amazon. Prezzo Amazon. Non disponibile. 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. Finally, Jeanne Planche came to his aid and offered to put him up as long as necessary. Jeanne lived with her husband Marcel in a hovel at 9 impasse Florimont, with no gas, water or electricity. Brassens accepted He once said on the radio: He continued writing poems and songs. He composed using as his only instrument a small piece of furniture that he called "my drum" on which he beat out the rhythm.
He resumed writing the novel he started in Basdorf, for only now did he consider a career as a famous novelist. Brassens said in an interview: He was shy and had difficulty performing in front of people. The owner of a cafe told him that his songs were not the type he was looking for. But at one point he met the singer Patachou in a very well known cafe, Les Trois Baudets , and she brought him into the music scene.
After , Brassens rarely left France. A few trips to Belgium and Switzerland; a month in Canada , recording issued on CD in and another in North Africa were his only trips outside France — except for his concerts in Wales in and Cardiff. 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. Brassens rarely performed abroad.
His lyrics are difficult to translate, though attempts have been made. His songs often decry hypocrisy and self-righteousness in the conservative French society of the time, especially among the religious, the well-to-do, and those in law enforcement.
The criticism is often indirect, focusing on the good deeds or innocence of others in contrast. His elegant use of florid language and dark humor, along with bouncy rhythms, often give a rather jocular feel to even the grimmest lyrics. In recent years, [ when? His songs have been translated into 20 languages, including Esperanto. Franco-Cameroonian singer Kristo Numpuby also released a cover-album with the original French lyrics but adapted the songs to various African rhythms.
An international association of Georges Brassens fans exists and there is also a fan club in Berlin-Basdorf which organizes a Brassens festival every year in September. Brassens composed about songs, of which were recorded, the other 50 remaining unfinished. Many schools, theatres, parks, public gardens, and public places are dedicated to Georges Brassens and his work, including:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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