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Christiane Minazzoli, Malka Ribowska, Andrée Gérald, Roger Molien, Jean Rochefort, Charles Perrault, Fred Freed - Peau D'Âne Album

Christiane Minazzoli, Malka Ribowska, Andrée Gérald, Roger Molien, Jean Rochefort, Charles Perrault, Fred Freed - Peau D'Âne Album

  • Darsteller: Christiane Minazzoli, Malka Ribowska, Andrée Gérald, Roger Molien, Jean Rochefort, Charles Perrault, Fred Freed
  • Genre: Kinder
  • Titel: Peau D'Âne
  • Freigegeben: 1962
  • Stil: Story
  • Etikett: Philips
  • Katalog: E1E 9152
  • Land: France
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2762 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1577 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.5
  • Abstimmungen: 059

Trackliste

1Peau D'Âne7:10
2Peau D'Âne6:50

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6199 057, 6198 148Various Peau D'Ane ‎(2x7", Mono, RE, Gat)Philips, Philips6199 057, 6198 148FranceUnknown

Credits

  • IllustrationSimonne Baudoin
  • Producer [Réalisation]Henri Gruel

Hinweise

There are photo ads on the audiobook's back for 11 more children's stories in the series, with dozens more listed inside the back cover.

Info on back cover near spine:
Dépôt Légal - 3e Trim. 1962 - Imprimé en France - Sagin-Puteaux

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Side A runout, lightly stamped): AA 9152 1E 380
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M.
  • Rights Society: D.R.
  • Price Code (Encircled code on labels): D

Unternehmen

  • Printed By – Imprimerie Sagim

Album

Christiane Minazzoli - Peau D'Âne MP3 version. Christiane Minazzoli - Peau D'Âne FLAC version. Peau D'Âne. Companies, etc. Christiane Minazzoli, Malka Ribowska, Andrée Gérald, Roger Molien, Jean Rochefort, Charles Perrault, Fred Freed - Peau D'Âne 7, EP, Mono. Christiane Rochefort 17 July 1917 24 April 1998 was a French feminist writer. She was born into a left-wing working class Parisian family her father joined the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War. Rochefort worked as a journalist and spent fifteen years as a press attaché to the Cannes Film Festival before publishing her first novel, Le Repos du guerrier The Warrior's Rest, in 1958. Like several of her later novels, Le Repos du guerrier was a bestseller in 1962 it was adapted. Vinyl - 7inch x 9 - original used - EXEX - Philips - E1E 9152 - France - 1961 - Peau d'âne Livre-disque d'après le conte de Charles Perrault - Joué par Christiane Minazzoli, Malka Ribowska, Andrée Gérald, Roger Molien very important late work by Edouard Manet has been a milestone of French painting in the collection since it was donated to the Kunsthaus. The motif to Peau D'âne from Jean-Pierre Darras's Raconte-Moi Une Histoire Vol. 3 : Charles Perrault - Les Contes De Perrault for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Peau D'âne. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Get track. Where their earlier Umbrellas of Cherbourg and Young Girls of Rochefort were full-blown musicals steeped in contemporary pop and jazz motifs, Peau d'Ane - a lavish adaptation of a Charles Perrault fairy tale complete with outrageous costumes and sets - quite naturally boasts a more traditional and classical score, but while Legrand's songs and arrangements are certainly lovely, they nevertheless lack the spark and energy of his earlier efforts for Demy. Charles Perrault was a 17th-century academic who wrote early versions of fairy tales like Cinderella that influenced the Brothers Grimm. Inside The Magical Mind Of Charles Perrault, The Father Of Fairytales Like Cinderella. By Katie Serena. Published May 16, 2019. The evergreen stories written by Charles Perrault are still told to children today as they're tucked into bed at night. Wikimedia CommonsCharles Perrault, the father of fairytales and the first version of Cinderella. For centuries, fairytales have been a part of the bedtime tradition. French actor Jean Rochefort, who appeared in The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe, The Hairdressers Husband and Ridicule, has died. Rochefort, known for his lanky figure and trademark mustache, was born in Paris, and started studying acting in 1949 in the French capital, where he would finally be accepted into the Conservatoire and study alongside some of the other talents of his generation, such as Claude Rich, Bruno Cremer and frequent future co-stars Belmondo and Jean-Pierre Marielle. A company of actors, a director and a technician have to play Peau d'âne, but they don't know the story. But the show must go on, and they need to perform the fairy tale The magic of theatre operates when they discover a treasure. costumes 'Let's improvise' says the director And they start telling one of the craziest tales by Charles Perrault. Since December 2010, Exchange Theatre is resident company at the French institute in London. The First season is a selection of French Children's tales rediscovered, translated and adpted by the company