Nonalinians, Joan Sobrevals Puig - Hommage au Chevalier Saint-George album flac
Genre: Reggae / Latin
Title: Hommage au Chevalier Saint-George
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Nonalinians, Joan Sobrevals Puig - Hommage au Chevalier Saint-George (7", EP). Aljama Discs.
NONALINIANS & JOAN SOBREVALS PUIG by NONALINIANS, released 26 August 2010 1. LE 13ième RÉGIMENT 2. LE FANTÔME DE SAINT GEORGE A tribute to Chevalier St Georges. The famous afro-american french revolutionnaire. Composer of the XVIIIth Century. Two instrumentals reggae/jazz pieces by the Nonalinians trio conducted by Joan Sobrevals Puig.
Album: Hommage au Chevalier Saint-George. Genre: Reggae, Latin. B. Le Fantôme de Saint-George. Arranged By – Joan Sobrevals Puig. Artwork By – Serge Becquet. Co-producer, Executive Producer – François Berchenko, Jean-Bernard Bassach. Double Bass – Jordi R. Bofill. Drums – Arnau Casellas. Organ – Joan Sobrevals Puig. Recorded By, Mixed By – François Berchenko. Written By – Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier De Saint-Georges. Nonalinians, Joan Sobrevals Puig - Hommage au Chevalier Saint-George DOWNLOAD.
The Hours of Étienne Chevalier is an illuminated book of hours commissioned by Étienne Chevalier, treasurer to king Charles VII of France, from the miniature painter and illuminator Jean Fouquet. Only 48 of its leaves with 47 miniatures survive, dispersed across seven collections in Europe and the United States of America. 40 of these illuminations are held at the Musée Condé in Château de Chantilly in France.
Here we see the Chevalier de Saint-George getting slightly the worse of the encounter, with the Chevalier d'Éon, dressed in female clothes to the right. The contest is watched from behind a barrier by a group of spectators, including the Prince of Wales, wearing the Star of the Garter, and some women and children. Probably painted for George IV. People involved.
His mother was Anne Nanon, slave-mistress of his father, the nobleman George de Bologne de Saint-Georges. He was educated in France, where his father became Gentleman of the King’s Chamber. At 13, he began 6 years at the fencing academy of Nicolas Texier de La Böessière. He excelled at fencing and sports. Joseph was 17 when he became Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges. He was also an Officer of the King’s Guard. By age 19, Saint-Georges was called the god of arms.
Joan the Original and Presumptuous. Contrast with Napoleon. Was Joan Innocent or Guilty? Joan’s good Looks. Joan’s Social Position. Joan’s Voices and Visions.
|A||Le 13ème Régiment||4:20|
|B||Le Fantôme de Saint-George||4:17|
- Arranged By – Joan Sobrevals Puig
- Artwork By – Serge Becquet*
- Co-producer, Executive Producer – François Berchenko, Jean-Bernard Bassach
- Double Bass – Jordi R. Bofill
- Drums – Arnau Casellas
- Organ – Joan Sobrevals Puig
- Recorded By, Mixed By – François Berchenko
- Written By – Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier De Saint-Georges