Jan Rosol - Chez Moi

Jan Rosol - Chez Moi

Jan Rosol was born in Le Havre (c)1921 and began his musical career at the age of six with the study of the violin. At fifteen the excellent quality of his voice and the purity of his diction were noted, and he began to study singing. His studies were interrupted by his call-up at the outbreak of WWII. In 1940 he was able to begin studying again, this time at Agen. Specializing in classical melodies and oratorios, he gained a first prize with honours. He escaped to England from occupied France in 1943 and joined the Free French Forces. Detailed to tour England as a singer, he found it was always the traditional song which most moved his audience, so he decided to dedicate himself to French folk music. This he did accompanying himself on guitar or lute and gave recitals and lectures at universities, schools, training colleges and French clubs all over Great Britain. He was probably best known as a broadcaster, singing and playing regularly for the Home, Light and Third programme networks of the BBC, and from 1948 performed every week in various programmes for schools. Little is known of Jan Rosol from the mid-1960s onwards. Details of the Paul Misraki song "Chez Moi" appear in the video.

Chic Parisien 1930s: Andre Claveau - Venez donc chez moi, 1936

Chic Parisien 1930s: Andre Claveau - Venez donc chez moi, 1936

André Claveau - Venez donc chez moi (Paroles et musique de Jean Féline et de Paul Misraki), Columbia 1936 NOTE: André Claveau (1915 -2003) a very popular singer in France from the 1940s to 1960s. He was born in Paris to a family of an upholsterer and probably it's why he completed art design at a prestigious École Boulle in Paris. He designed posters, jewelry and stage scenery for the plays (e.g. "L'Hermine" of Jean Anouilh). In 1936 he won annual contest for amateur singers organised by Le Poste Parisien and immediately he was inundated with proposals from music theatres and varietes. He performed at Théâtre Mogador, Concert Pacra and l'Européen. His warm yet bright and cheerful voice as well as his good looks gained a French public for him and in late 1930 through 1940s he was one of the most popular younger singers in France. His song "Dors, mon amour" was a winning hit in Eurovision contest in 1958. See another lovely hit sung in 1943 by Claveau http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d63IiSYLNoI

Chez Moi - Home and furniture vocabulary in French

Chez Moi - Home and furniture vocabulary in French

Listen to authentic, unscripted French to improve your comprehension. Describing rooms and things in the home in French. Transcript available at http://ielanguages.com/frenchlistening.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/ielanguages Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ielanguages Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Ielanguagescom Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ielanguages/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/ielanguages/

Lucienne Boyer - Parlez-Moi D'Amour [1930]

Lucienne Boyer - Parlez-Moi D'Amour [1930]

Lucienne Boyer - Parlez-Moi D'Amour [1930] presentation by R 3 T Я 8 T 8 R for the promotion and conservation of the arts and the general preservation of popcultural inheritance - not for commercial use -

How to Sweep Arpeggios on the Guitar: A Tutorial & Tips for Beginners

How to Sweep Arpeggios on the Guitar: A Tutorial & Tips for Beginners

Hey guys here's a brief tutorial. I hope this helps with all your sweeping qualms. Most importantly I explain the 'gliding motion' and how to get both of your hands in since with each other. Enjoy. CHECK OUT CHRIS’ SOLO PROJECT ‘SEVENTH DAN COUNTERFORCE’! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/seventhdancounterforce https://seventhdancounterforce.bandcamp.com/releases SKYPE LESSONS WITH CHRIS NOW AVAILABLE: please send an email to learnthatsolo@gmail.com and we can discuss further.

Black Eyes Russian Song - Очи Черные. violin & guitar. The Paganini Duo / Australia

Black Eyes Russian Song - Очи Черные.  violin & guitar. The Paganini Duo / Australia

Performed at Jenolan Caves /Australia For Black Eyes on CD' click: http://www.georgcello.com/music.htm ____________________________ For public performances and house Concerts visit: http://www.georgcello.com facebook: Georg - https://www.facebook.com/georg.mertens.96?fref=ts This recording is from our Gypsy music concerts with the Paganini Duo (Gustaw Szelski - violin & Georg Mertens - guitar), held in the underground Cathedral Chamber at Jenolan Caves (New South Wales / Australia) for 11 years, 141 concerts from 2003 to 2013. Other videos by the Paganini Duo on the same Youtube channel: Anniversary Valse Hungarian Fantasy Invitation to Dance Gypsy Song "My Fiddle is broken" Gypsy "Two Guitars" Gypsy Adagio La Cumparsita Monti Czardas Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 5

Lord Rockingham's Xl - Heavy Date (She Wears My Ring)

Lord Rockingham's Xl - Heavy Date (She Wears My Ring)

"Heavy Date" was an arrangement by Harry Robinson the music director of ITV's 'Oh Boy!' and leader of Jack Good's resident TV band 'Lord Rockingham's XI' (who became Lord Rockingham's XV for this single!) of an original Mexican melody titled 'La Golondrina' (The Swallow). Composed by Narciso Serradell Sevilla (1843-1910), lyrics were added in the 1960s by Felice & Boudleaux Bryant (who wrote many Everly Brothers hits) using the original Mexican melody they re-titled the song "She Wears My Ring" which was recorded by Placido Domingo, Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and many others including Johnny O'Keefe an Australian rocker who had a top 10 hit with it down under in 1964 and Solomon King who took his 45rpm Columbia single to number 3 in the UK charts in January 1968. Lord Rockingham's XI recorded this version (titled "Heavy Date" and labelled 'Robertson' as composer, when Harry Robinson was actually the arranger and producer) on the Decca label F11319 in January 1961. The atmospheric track remains an interesting curio from the early days of British Rock 'n' Roll TV shows.

ll est la - Poumy & Jee (Guitar Cover)

ll est la - Poumy & Jee (Guitar Cover)

Gary Miller - From The Time You Say Goodbye

Gary Miller - From The Time You Say Goodbye

Gary Miller was a popular singer and actor who had several hits during the 1950s. One of his first 78rpm recordings was the song "From The Time You Say Goodbye" (also known as 'The Parting Song') released in July 1952 on Columbia DB3111. This was a huge sheet music and top 10 hit for Vera Lynn, who recorded it with the soldiers and airmen of Her Majesty's forces. Gary Miller's cover version of the Leslie Sturdy song was arranged by Ray Martin conducting his own orchestra. There were many versions of the song including American recordings by Dinah Shore and Burl Ives and other UK versions by Joe Loss, Robert Wilson, Billy Thorburn and Victor Sylvester. Three years after Gary had recorded the song he scored his first top twenty hit with a cover version of "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" and followed it up in 1956 with probably the record he is most remembered for, the theme of the TV series "Robin Hood". He provided the singing voice for Troy Tempest in the Gerry Anderson series 'Stingray' and recorded "Aqua Marina", the end titles theme for the series. As an actor he appeared in such series as 'Gideon's Way' and 'The Saint' and also sang in several West End musicals. Following a heart attack he died at the early age of 44 in June 1968.

J'envoie Valser - Beautiful French Song Subtitled in English

J'envoie Valser - Beautiful French Song Subtitled in English

"J'envoie Valser " By Zazie - Translated by Njsellars For more French songs subtitled in English don't hesitate to visit my page :)

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