BREL


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BRELBritish Rail Engineering Limited
BRELBoeing Radiation Effects Laboratory (est. 1963)
BRELBureau Regional pour Ethnologie et la Linguistique (Italy)
BRELBelize Real Estate Listings (database)
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Comment vous est venue l'idee d'ecrire sur Brel, ses voyages et sejours au Maroc?
Artistic director Suzy Walker says: "As soon as I met Simon I thought he would be a wonderful Jacques Brel - he inspired us to create a fresh new show around Brel's superlative songs."
Since the establishment of Buddhism in Tibet through royal patronage and initiative, the unique and the famous expression "chos srid zung 'brel," meaning the union of Dharma and Polity became the popular expression for describing the culture of state policy.
His translations of Jacques Brel's songs have appeared in musical revues nationwide and are featured on his CD, Jacques Brel: I'm Here!
She realized that the cabaret setting might call for a lighter program - such as, say, Piaf and Brel.
Written by Simon Pennicott, Une Vie a Mille Temps is theatre company Gambolling Arena's second show about the "Voice of Paris", following on from its successful Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris.
The standards disc is easier to get into, and more jazzy.Von Otter is particularly good on the French songs of Jacques Brel and Michel Legrand among others.
But could you make it sound just a bit more overblown?" The former Soft Cell man turned torch song-singer extraordinaire will be channelling the ghost of Jacques Brel and Edith Piaf for this concert of his best bits.
If you like your folk with a Franco-Durham lilt, Flossie Malavialle is touring her wonderful variety of songs written by herself, the Eagles and Jacques Brel.
The authors of this article translated the well-known chanson about Flanders, "Le plat pays", into Afrikaans as part of an extensive and ongoing Jacques Brel translation project initiated in 2005.
Expect new pop classics, Victoria Wood-esque lyrical genius and the occasional Jacques Brel cover.
So there is some intelligence in having Lebanese artists perform a program of the French language's best-loved tunes - Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Leo Ferre, Barbara and Gilbert Becaud, as well as Charles Aznavour and Jean Ferrat - for charity.