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Chanson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The chanson courtoise or grand chant was an early form of monophonic chanson, the chief lyric poetic genre of the trouvères. It was an adaptation to Old French of ...

chanson | vocal music | Britannica.com

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Chanson, (French: “song”), French art song of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The chanson before 1500 is preserved mostly in large manuscript collections ...

Chanson Française - YouTube

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Une sélection musicale du meilleur des classiques de la chanson française et de ses plus belles voix : Edith Piaf, Georges Brassens, Jacques Brel, Juliette G...

Chanson music — Listen free at Last.fm

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Listen to chanson tracks and watch videos of chanson artists. Top chanson artists: Édith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Serge Gainsbourg, Carla Bruni, Zaz, Françoise Hardy ...

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Chanson Water offers affordable, compact electric water ionizers which transform ordinary tap water into acid, alkaline and purified waters.

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Chanson | Define Chanson at Dictionary.com

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It is sufficient to say that the chanson de geste, as it is now extant, is the almost exclusive property of northern France.

Chanson - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Chanson is the French word for "song". The word is often used in music to mean any song with French words, but it is more often used when talking about songs in which ...

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Chanson | sh ä n ˈs ô n| ∫ã.sõ. noun. 1. a French song. ORIGIN French, from Latin cantio (n-) ‘singing,’ from canere ‘sing.’ 2. a sextet known for its ...

Chanson | Definition of Chanson by Merriam-Webster

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