Georges Charles Brassens (French pronunciation: ; 22 October 1921 – 29 October 1981) was a French singer-songwriter and poet. 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. In 1967, he received the Grand Prix de Poésie of the Académie française.
Page Officielle de Georges Brassens. Pierre Richard interprète "Les Passantes" dans l'album Brassens Sur Parole(s). Un poème d'Antoine Pol mis en musique par Georges Brassens que l'on retrouve sur l'album Fernande, paru en 1972.
Georges Brassens was one of France's most respected singers and songwriters from his breakthrough in 1952 to his death in 1981; his work reflected a romantic lyricism and the sensibility of an accomplished poet, and while he often wrote of matters of the heart, he also dealt with social and political issues in a manner that reflected his anti-authoritarian nature and. compassion for life's underdogs. Georges Brassens is a three-disc anthology that collects 45 of his best songs, all written or co-written by the celebrated singer himself.
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 116/123 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Nº3 : Georges Brassens, sa guitare et les rythmes. 1. Les Sabots d'Hélène. Recent albums by Georges Brassens. Brassens chante Bruant, Colpi, Musset, Nadaud, Norge. Georges Brassens joue avec Moustache et Les Petits Français - Joe Newman - Eddie Davis - Harry Edison - Cat Anderson - Dorothy Donegan et chante "Élégie à un rat de cave". Volume 12 : Don Juan. Volume 11 : Fernande.
Georges Brassens (1972). Album by Georges Brassens. La Ballade Des Gens Qui Sont Nés Quelque Part. was covered in. La Ballade Des Gens Qui Sont Nés Quelque Part by Tarmac (2001). Mourir Pour Des Idées. Morire Per Delle Idee by Fabrizio De André (1974).
Georges Brassens was a French singer-songwriter known for accompanying himself with his acoustic guitar. He wrote some extremely controversial, yet poetic songs. In doing so, he managed to change attitudes across France. He was uncompromising when composing his songs. His tactical method of addressing issues was profound and often humorous, making him a unique and effective figure in the French community.
Album · 1987 · 36 Songs. Georges Brassens 1, 2 & 3. 1998. Les copains (Bande originale du film) - EP.
Le Pornographe guitar pro tab. by Georges Brassens.
Georges Brassens (French pronunciation: ), 22 October 1921 – 29 October 1981), was a French singer-songwriter and poet.