Jean Ferrat - Ferrat Chante Aragon Lintegrale TnTVillage

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Jean Ferrat was born in Vaucresson, Hauts-de-Seine. He was the youngest of four children from a meek kinfolk which moved to Versailles in 1935, Ferrat conscious at the Jules Ferry College. His author, a Russian Jew, was deported to Auschwitz in 1942, where he died. Ferrat dropped out of way of life to help the kinfolk survive.

In the antique 1950s he started in Parisian entertainment. After that he has avoided any particular dulcet type, but remained rigid to himself, his friends and his public.

In 1956, he set «Les yeux d«Elsa» («Elsa»s eyes»), a Louis Aragon ode which Ferrat loved, to music. Its reading by acclaimed artist André Claveau brought Ferrat some monogram attention as a songwriter.

His first 45 RPM separate was released in 1958, without triumph. It was not until 1959, with publisher Gérard Meys, who also became his attentive escort and associate, that his trade started to make good. He signed with Decca and released his second separate, «Ma Môme», in 1960 under the dulcet directorate of Meys.

In 1961 Ferrat married Christine Sèvres, a canary who performed some of his songs. He also met Alain Goraguer, who became an arranger of his songs. His album, Deux Enfants du Soleil, was released that year. Ferrat also wrote songs for Zizi Jeanmaire and went on the method, sharing billing with her at the Alhambra for six months.

Nuit et Brouillard, which followed in 1963, was awarded the Académie Charles Cros's Immortal Prix du Disque. Ferrat toured again in 1965, but stopped performing on division in 1973.


In 1990, he received an awarding from the Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique, (SACEM) the French group of songwriters, composers and music publishers.

In 2010, Ferrat died of a prolonged affection[2] at the age of 79

Louis Aragon, prototype name Louis Andrieux (b. Oct. 3, 1897, Paris, France—d. Dec. 24, 1982, Paris), French versifier, novelist, and essayist who was a civil activist and spokesperson for communism.

Through the Surrealist versifier André Breton, Aragon was introduced to avant-garde movements such as Dadaism. Together with Philippe Soupault, he and Breton founded the Surrealist march past Littérature (1919). Aragon’s first poems, Feu de joie (1920; “Bonfire”) and Le Mouvement perpétuel (1925; “Perpetual Motion”), were followed by a novel, Le Paysan de Paris (1926; The Nightwalker). In 1927 his search for an tenets led him to the French Communist Reception, with which he was identified thereafter, as he came to annoy a continuing right over its literary and artistic expression.

In 1930 Aragon visited the Soviet Alliance, and in 1933 his civil commitment to communism resulted in a disintegrate with the Surrealists. The four volumes of his prolonged novel series, Le Monde take note of (1933–44; “The Bona Fide World”), chronicle in reliable point of view the lineage competition of the proletariat toward venereal revolt. Aragon continued to take up Socialist Realism in another prolonged novel, Les Communistes (6 vol., 1949–51), a sad narrative of the reception from 1939 to 1940. His next three novels—La Semaine sainte (1958; Pious Week), La Mise à mort (1965; “The Consideration of Truth”), and Blanche ou l’oubli (1967; “Blanche, or Forgetfulness”)—became a hidden autobiography, laced with pleas for the Communist Reception. They reflected the newer novelistic techniques of the day.

The poems of Le Crève-Coeur (1941; “Heartbreak”) and La Diane française (1945) manifest Aragon’s impassioned patriotism, and those of Les Yeux d’Elsa (1942; “Elsa’s Eyes”) and Le fou d’Elsa (1963; “Elsa’s Madman”) contain the high seas sentiments of betrothed for his little woman. From 1953 to 1972 Aragon was senior editor of the communist cultural weekly Les Lettres Françaises. He was made a fellow of the French Legion of Respect in 1981.

Disque 1 :

1. Les yeux d'Elsa

2. Un jour un jour

3. Le tiers canticle

4. Le malheur d'aimer

5. Les poètes

6. Nous dormirons group

7. C«est si peu dire que je t»aime

8. Aimer à perdre la raison

9. J«entends j»entends

10. Dans le speechlessness de la ville

11. Que serais-je sans toi

12. Robert le diable

13. Les lilas

14. Au chance de mon âge

15. Heureux celui qui meurt d'aimer

Disque 2 :

1. Complainte de Pablo Neruda

2. Elle

3. J'arrive où je suis étranger

4. Devine

5. Chagall

6. Les feux de Paris

7. Chambres d'un consideration

8. Lorsque s'en vient le soir

9. Qui vivra verra

10. Odeux des myrtils

11. Carco

12. Musique de ma vie

13. Pablo mon ami

14. Pourtant la vie

15. Les oiseaux déguisés

16. Epilogue

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Parade Size : mp3

Bitrate : 128 VBR

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