French folk songs

The new Marseillaise

Graeme Allwright and Sylvie Dien


1 Graeme Allwright - nouvelle Marseillaise par la-nouvelle-Marseillaise

Info

Ofmore this pacifist and humanist Marseillaise Graeme Allwright and Sylvie Dien, founded in 2005, see http://www.mga.asso.fr .
There are several videos of the historic Marseillaise (Rouget de L'Isle) online p . eg with French subtitles and English , and as it is sung in the film Casablanca.
fully subtitled version (in French for the moment) in closed captioning: http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/ videos/VYQADSHmAFK0/info / : you can also translate the subtitles in other languages.
http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/VYQADSHmAFK0/info/

Info

More info about this in 2005 by pacifist and Humanitarian Marseillaise Graeme Allwright and Sylvie Dien in http://www.mga.asso.fr : Google Translate in French goal Gives a fairly decent result.
There are several videos of Rouget de L'Isle historical Marseille online: eg one with French and English subtitles , and have sung in the movie Casblanca .
Closed captioning (in French so far) of the entire video: http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/VYQADSHmAFK0/info , Where you can translate the captions into other languages.http://www.universalsubtitles.org/en/videos/VYQADSHmAFK0/info


French transcription

[Applause]
[Graeme Allwright] Well, but it was very ....
In 1792, Rouget de L'Isle, who was a soldier stationed in Strasbourg, he composed a song he called a war song for the Army of the Rhine. And this song was taken by Marseille who rode on Paris to the Tuileries, and that's why it is called La Marseillaise. And I've always wondered how the French can continue to sing a song of war, with belligerent and bloody words.
[Applause]
So when I saw children in 2005, forced to learn the text [word not included], I decided to turn this song war song of peace. So I'll sing a cappella - and I think you have the text - and then later, if you wish, you can sing together, okay? For all children of the earth Sing love and freedom. against all the hatred and wars The banner of hope is lifted the banner of justice and peace. Gathering Strength, our courage to overcome poverty and fear That rule at the bottom of our hearts the joy and friendship sharing. Flame that enlightens us, Traverse borders Let, let, friends, supportive Walk to light. [Applause] Is it can light the room here? It is possible to turn the room? Yes? That's it? Agree? Well, I'll count 1,2,3, and then we go, huh? [note guitar] 1,2,3 [All] To all the children of the earth Sing love and freedom. Against all the hatred and Wars The banner of hope is lifted the banner of justice and peace. Gathering Strength, our courage to overcome poverty and fear reign That deep in our hearts the joy friendship and sharing. 's flame enlightens us, Traverse borders Let, let, friends, supportive Walk to light. [Applause] [Graeme Allwright] Well, thank you very much. Thank you very much, and I think it will be a great day for France when we decide to change these words.


































Lady Tartine 1




URL: http://www.archive.org/details/DameTartine_278http://www.archive.org/details/DameTartine_278

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Execution and English translation of the lyrics (used for subtitles in closed captioning): Aaron Prevots. Recordings by Aaron Prevots are licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa 2.5 License . Refer to page Dame tartine Project Songs French and Francophone being FFL / French through Songs and Singing for more information. Subtitles "karaoke" French TunePrompter were made ​​with a free software (for Windows and Mac) download, respectively http://tuneprompter. en.softonic.com / mac and http://tuneprompter.en.softonic.com/ . Subtitles in "closed captioning" French and English are in http://www.universalsubtitles.org/videos/fHT7SnWWjSVB/ info / , where they can be translated to create subtitles in other languages.
Creative Commons License Recordings by Aaron Prevots are licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa 2.5 License.

http://tuneprompter.en.softonic.com/machttp://tuneprompter.en.softonic.com/
http://www.universalsubtitles.org/videos/fHT7SnWWjSVB/info/

Info EN

Performance and English version of the lyrics (also used for the closed captions) by Aaron Prevots Recordings by Aaron Prevots are licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa 2.5 License . Voir la Dame tartine page of Aaron Prevots' Songs in French and Francophone FLE / French through Songs and Singing project for further Top info. The French "karaoke" with subtitles TunePrompter Were Made, a for-free software That Works with Mac and Windows computers, downloadable, respectivement, there are links to the French and English closed captions, Which can be translated to make subtitles in other languages.
Creative Commons License Recordings by Aaron Prevots are licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa 2.5 License.


http://tuneprompter.en.softonic.com/machttp://tuneprompter.en.softonic.com/
http://www.universalsubtitles.org/videos/fHT7SnWWjSVB/info/

French Lyrics

It was a Dame Tartine
in a beautiful palace of fresh butter,
the wall was pralines,
The floor was croquet,
The bedroom
From cream,
biscuit's bed,
curtains anise. Gimblette She married Mr. Wearing a beautiful cheese, His hat was cake, His coat was Volauvent, Panty nougat, chocolate Vest, Down caramel, honey and shoes. Their daughter, the beautiful Charlotte, Had a nose of marzipan , Superb teeth compote, Ears cracker, garnish I see Her dress pleasures with a roll dough From apricots. Here the fairy Carabosse, jealous and moody, threw a shot of her hump The palate sweet happiness; For the rebuild, Give leisure, Give, good parents, Sugar children.




























English lyrics

MISS MORNING BREAD (Aaron Prevots words)
There was a Miss Morning Bread
In a luscious fresh butter palace,
The walls of sugared almonds Were,
The floor of almond biscuits,
The bedroom
Of milky cream,
The bed of cookies,
The curtains of licorice. She wed Sir Round Pastry - crowned Him with fine cheese, cakes of His hat, His outfit of appetizers, His breeches of nougat, His vest of chocolate, His stockings of caramel, honeyed soles of His shoes. Their daughter , the rich dessert Charlotte, Had a noze of marzipan, Teeth of superb fruit-stew, Ears of dry crunchy biscuit, I can see her cover Her dress in pleasures With a baker's Roller Of thick apricot paste. Goal the wicked fairy Carabosse, Full of jealousy, meanness and sour, with a tap of Overturned her hunchback sugared The palace of happiness, To build it again as Often Give as you can, Give, dear parents, Sugar to children.



























Lady Tartine 2



URL: http://www.archive.org/details/DameTartine_992http://www.archive.org/details/DameTartine_992

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As above, it is sung by Dame Tartine Prevots Aaron, but with more illustrations of James White. These illustrations - which are in http://james.blanc.over-blog.com/article-dame-tartine-62349314.html - are under the copyright All Rights Reserved and are reused in this video with his kind permission.
http://james.blanc.over-blog.com/article-dame-tartine-62349314.html

Info EN

As above, this is sung by Dame Tartin Aaron Prevost, moreover goal with illustrations by Jame White. These illustrations - which can be found in http://james.blanc.over-blog.com/article-dame-tartine-62349314.html are under his copyright All Rights Reserved, and are reused in this video by his kind permission.
http://james.blanc.over-blog.com/article-dame-tartine-62349314.html

Peter and Vincent YouTube

Brothers Peter and Vincent Guigue publish animated versions delicious traditional French songs on YouTube: see their chain and their two examples:
http://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pierretvincent.com%2F&session_token=sXmwmdTtfctgYpNX4X6ask0vif18MTMzMjI4Mjc3MEAxMzMyMTk2Mzcw

Lady Tartine 3

URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0T4vrezcZQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0T4vrezcZQ


Info (FR)

for the transcription, see the version of Aaron Prevots above
Dame Tartine
published at Milan press (Toboclic No. 81, October 2008)
interpreted and arranged by Vincent Guigue / illustrated and animated by Frédéric Kuci and:



Ah, crocodiles

URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzhRcDU5h7ghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzhRcDU5h7g


Info (FR)

Arranged and performed by Vincent Guigue
Press Published in Milan (Toboclic No. 97, April 2010)
Illustrated and animated by Olivier Le Gall




(In progress - calmansi March 19, 2012 ] - calmansi calmansi Mar 19, 2012