A Bruit Secret articles on Wikipedia
Jean-Claude Brisseau
Jean-Claude Brisseau (French: [bʁiso]; born 17 July 1944) is a French filmmaker best known for his 2002 film Secret Things ("Choses Secretes") and his
Jan 30th 2017

Axel Dörner
interpretations of the complete compositions of Thelonious Monk. 2001: Trumpet (A Bruit Secret) 2007: Sind (absinthRecords) Germany portal Jazz portal "Axel Dorner"
Mar 27th 2017

Hubert Mingarelli
Hubert Mingarelli (born 1956) is a French writer. He was born in Mont-Saint-Martin in Lorraine. After serving in the navy for three years, he settled in
Dec 30th 2016

Laure Adler
For other uses, see Adler. Laure Adler, nee Laure Clauzet (11 March 1950, Caen) is a French journalist, writer, publisher and radio/TV producer. 1986:
Feb 21st 2017

Boris Lehman
Lehman Boris Lehman, (born 1944, Lausanne), is a Belgian author-filmmaker of experimental cinema. Lehman initially studied piano, but in the early 1960s
Nov 12th 2016

Tetuzi Akiyama
worked with David Sylvian. Relator (Slub Music, 2001) Resophonie (A Bruit Secret, 2002) Enha-4Enha 4 (with Yoko Naito) (Enha, 2003) Don't Forget to Boogie
Dec 31st 2016

Wally Scharold
/ Burkhand Stangl / Taku Sugimoto "Compositions for Guitars" (2003, A Bruit Secret, CD) Dave Willey and Friends "Immeasurable Currents" (2011, AltrOck
Dec 1st 2016

David Bowie's art collection
Gerda Boehm (l.) Jean-Michel Basquiat - 1984 Air Power - Year unknown "A Bruit Secret" David Bomberg Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni - 1960s
Mar 26th 2017

Ten New Songs
Ten New Songs is Cohen's Leonard Cohen's tenth studio album, released in 2001. It was co-written and produced by Sharon Robinson. It was produced in Cohen's and
May 24th 2017

Operation Snake Eyes
Snake-Eyes">Operation Snake Eyes was a proposed military operation of the Laotian Civil War. Planned in mid-December 1969 by the U.S. Ambassador to Laos, the planned
May 3rd 2016

Prix du Quai des Orfèvres
The Prix du Quai des Orfevres is an annual French literature award created in 1946 by Jacques Catineau. It goes to an unpublished manuscript for a French-language
Jul 13th 2016

Charles Juliet
Charles Juliet (born 30 September 1934) in Jujurieux in Ain, is a French poet, playwright and novelist. He won the 2013 Prix Goncourt de la Poesie. His
Mar 5th 2017

Michel Roux (actor)
Michel Roux (22 July 1929 in Colombes, Hauts-de-Seine - 2 February 2007 in Paris) was a French actor. He was also the French Voice for many American and
Oct 23rd 2016

Henri Troyat
Troyat Henri Troyat (1 November 1911 – 2 March 2007) was a Russian-born French author, biographer, historian and novelist. Troyat was born Lev Aslanovich Tarasov
Nov 7th 2015

Paul Scarron
Paul Scarron (c. 1 July 1610 in Paris – 6 October 1660 in Paris) (a.k.a. Monsieur Scarron) was a French poet, dramatist, and novelist, born in Paris. His
May 13th 2016

Ondes Martenot
The ondes Martenot (/ˈoʊnd mɑːrtᵻˈnoʊ/ or OHND mar-tə-NOH; French: [ɔ̃d maʁtəno], "Martenot waves"), also known as the ondium Martenot, Martenot and ondes
Mar 24th 2017

Jean Dupuy (artist)
black & white and color, French/English. 1997 - Anagrammaire, Edition A bruit secret, Dunkerque, 58 pages, color. 1997 - Sans titre - Titre : Sans Oeuvres
Feb 10th 2017

Antoine-Jean Bourlin, better known as Dumaniant, (11 April 1752 – 26 September 1828) was a French comedian, playwright and goguettier. First a lawyer,
Nov 11th 2016

Readymades of Marcel Duchamp
is also said to be the first kinetic sculpture. With Hidden Noise (A bruit secret), 1916. Philadelphia Museum of Art A ball of twine between two brass
May 4th 2017

The Art of Noises
Not to be confused with Art of Noise. The Art of Noises (Italian: L'arte dei Rumori) is a Futurist manifesto, written by Luigi Russolo in a 1913 letter
Apr 14th 2017

Noise music
almost silent way. One of the found object Readymades of Marcel Duchamp, A Bruit Secret (With Hidden Noise), was a collaborative work that created a noise instrument
Apr 18th 2017

Thierry Jamin
Thierry Jamin (French): [tieʁi ʒamɛ̃] - born 19 December 1967 - is a French explorer and historian known for his research about Paititi and the presence
May 16th 2017

List of Kaamelott episodes
These are the episodes of the French TV series Kaamelott. All episodes are written and directed by Alexandre Astier unless otherwise noted. Each season
May 7th 2017

Indochine (band)
Indochine (French pronunciation: ​[ɛ̃.dɔ.ʃin]) is a French pop/rock and new wave band, formed in Paris in 1981. The band was very successful in the Francophonie
Feb 23rd 2017

1995 in film
This is a list of films released in 1995. The first feature-length computer-animated film Toy Story was the year's biggest box-office hit, and Braveheart
May 18th 2017

Maria de Rudenz
Maria de Rudenz is a dramma tragico, or tragic opera, in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti. The Italian libretto was written by Salvadore Cammarano, based
Apr 15th 2017

Jacques Attali
Jacques Attali (French: [ʒak atali]; born 1 November 1943) is a French economic and social theorist, writer, political adviser and senior civil servant
May 12th 2017

Jean-Michel Othoniel
Baden Baden, Germany. "My Way", Museum of ArtArt of Macau, Macau, China. "A bruit secret", Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne, Germany. "My Way" and "Le Reel merveilleux"
Mar 27th 2017

The Commodore (novel)
The-CommodoreThe Commodore is the seventeenth historical novel in the Aubrey-Maturin series by British author Patrick O'Brian, first published in 1995. The story is
May 11th 2017

Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
Valery Marie Rene Georges Giscard d'Estaing (/ˈvaləri ˈmɛəri ˈrɛneɪ ˈdʒɔərdʒ ˈdʒɪskɑːrd ˈdɛsteɪn/; French pronunciation: ​[valeʁi maʁi ʁəne ʒɔʁʒ ʒiskaʁ
May 22nd 2017

Lubize, real name Pierre-Martin-">Michel Martin or Martin-Lubize (21 February 1798 (3 ventose an VI) – 28 January 1863 ) was a 19th-century French playwright
Aug 22nd 2016

Carl Norac
Carl Norac (born 29 June 1960) is a Walloon Belgian author of children's books and poetry. Carl Norac was born in Mons, Belgium in 1960, as the son of
Apr 25th 2017

Isabelle de Charrière
Isabelle de Charriere (20 October 1740 – 27 December 1805), known as Belle van Zuylen in the Netherlands, nee Isabella Agneta Elisabeth van Tuyll van Serooskerken
Apr 7th 2017

Prix Saint-Michel
The Prix Saint-Michel is a series of comic awards presented by the city of Brussels, with a focus on Franco-Belgian comics. They were first awarded in
Feb 3rd 2017

Fred Ward
Freddie-JoeFreddie Joe "Fred" Ward (December 30, 1942) is an American character actor, producer and model. He began his film career in 1979 alongside Clint Eastwood
May 18th 2017

Édith Piaf
Edith Piaf (French: [edit pjaf] ( listen); 19 December 1915 – 10 October 1963; born Edith Giovanna Gassion) was a French cabaret singer, songwriter, and
May 24th 2017

Age of Enlightenment
Enlightenment The Enlightenment (also known as the Age of Enlightenment or the Age of Reason; in French: le Siecle des Lumieres, lit. 'the Century of Lights'; and in
May 24th 2017

List of Israeli assassinations
The following is a list of alleged and confirmed assassinations reported to have been conducted by the State of Israel. It includes attempts on notable
May 18th 2017

Z. Marcas
Z. Marcas is a novelette by French author Honore de Balzac first published in 1840. Set in contemporary Paris, it describes the rise and fall of a brilliant
Oct 8th 2016

List of Middle-earth rivers
Middle-earth, the main setting of J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, contains many rivers, some of which are described below. Contents : A B C D E F G
Feb 4th 2017

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester
Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester KG (24 June 1532 or 1533 – 4 September 1588) was an English nobleman and the favourite and close friend of Elizabeth
May 15th 2017

Ségolène Royal
Marie-Segolene Royal, known as Segolene Royal (pronounced: [se.ɡɔ.lɛn ʁwa.jal] ( listen); born 22 September 1953), is a French politician and prominent
May 25th 2017

Roméo et Juliette (Berlioz)
Romeo et Juliette is a symphonie dramatique, a large-scale choral symphony by French composer Hector Berlioz, which was first performed on 24 November
May 9th 2017

Acousmatic sound
Acousmatic sound is sound one hears without seeing an originating cause. The word acousmatic, from the French acousmatique, is derived from the Greek word
Oct 3rd 2016

Amy Robsart
Amy Dudley (nee Robsart) (7 June 1532 – 8 September 1560) was the first wife of Lord Robert Dudley, favourite of Elizabeth I of England. She is primarily
Apr 8th 2017

New York v. Strauss-Kahn
The People of the State of New York v. Strauss-Kahn was a criminal case relating to allegations of sexual assault and attempted rape made by a hotel maid
May 12th 2017

List of Christian metal artists
This is a list of Christian metal artists, including artists that played Christian metal at some point in their careers. Christian metal, which is also
May 25th 2017

Fleuve Noir Anticipation
Fleuve-Noir-AnticipationFleuve Noir Anticipation was a science fiction imprint of the French publisher Fleuve noir, which encompassed 2001 novels published from 1951 to 1997.
Jul 19th 2016

List of Quebec films
This is a list of films produced and co-produced in Quebec, Canada, ordered by year of release, but is not necessarily chronological. 1930: Dans le bois
May 11th 2017

List of film director and cinematographer collaborations
The following is a partial list of notable film director and cinematographer collaborations. The list consists of films, organized by film director and
May 24th 2017

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