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Charles TRENET

photo Charles TRENET

He was born May 18, 1913 in Narbonne, three years after his brother Antoine. In 1920, Trenet parents separate. Charles then shares his childhood where his mother Narbonne and Perpignan, where his father lives, Lucien, lawyer and amateur violinist. Later, Trenet also evoke femininity of Narbonne (city of his mother) and the masculinity of Perpignan (city of his father). Charles and his brother Anthony are placed in a religious school in Béziers. "The school was free but not me" he confided much later. The poet keeps his years of boarding the painful memory of maternal absence, a recurring theme in his book (see. Abbot to Harmonium, True true true, Little Boarder. ). In 1928, after being expelled from school, Charles left for Perpignan Berlin frequented Marie Louise, his mother, and her second husband, director Benno Vigny. Teenager, Charles discovered theater and poetry through Bausil Albert and his newspaper Le Coq Catalan whose title is a pun (cock talent). Narbonne then leaves for Paris in the 1930s. Upon arrival, he worked in a film studio, then mixes with the group of artists in Montparnasse. He meets Antonin Artaud, Jean Cocteau and Max Jacob, whom he entrusts his literary cravings. He then formed a duo with his friend the pianist Johnny Hess and they sing in cabaret Le Fiacre until 1936 when Trenet was called up at the base of Istres. He participated in several solo galas, one in Marseilles, at which he was nicknamed "The Singing Fool". At this point in his career he published many of his songs to be the most famous blue flower, there is joy, I Sing. Isolated and distant from Paris, he manages to be mutated at the base of Velizy near Paris. War broke out and Charles is mobilized. The newspapers even officially announce his death!During the war he devoted himself mainly to the movies and starred in six films which I sing, The Romance of Paris and Goodbye Leonard under the direction of the Prévert brothers who will be the only one to remain in the minds of moviegoers. He sang in Paris, certainly in the presence of Germans, but he heard songs like that hope ("All blacks have their day tomorrow") and Douce France, the France that we continue to love "in joy or pain, "and that the room takes up the refrain before these gentlemen. He also was wounded by a German bullet in the leg and denounced in the newspaper I am everywhere for its resemblance to "the Jewish Harpo Marx". In 1945, finding no place in the wave existentialist, Charles moved to New York and he knows quite a success by browsing for nearly two years the two American continents, from Brazil to Canada. This trip inspired him especially In Pharmacies. Until 1954, it goes from concert to concert, without stopping to write, and travels the world. In 1954, upon learning of the success of Gilbert Bécaud, Charles returns to Paris where the public has not forgotten. His success as a new Sea written on the train between Perpignan and Montpellier or reinforce the National 7's role as star. However, the period yéyé and the 1960 are for him in the wilderness that plunges him into a relative oblivion. It is to occur as cabarets, such as Don Camillo. On July 13, 1963, following an anonymous complaint, the singer, who was then living on his property the Mediterranean area of he Spirits, hidden in olive groves near Aix-en-Provence, was arrested along with four young people and charged with obscenity law and attack the w alls. It is placed in custody and taken to the prison of Aix along with her former cook, chauffeur and secretary, who is accused of having forced recruitment of boys for parties. Held in jail for a month before being released, Charles Trenet on trial a few months later. He was sentenced to one year imprisonment sentence and a fine of 10,000 francs. Despite the many supporters, including marriage proposals, this episode will profoundly affect the (All your life is just a ride, this ride And Runs From the college sometimes in a prison-Okahana). It will in all his work one veiled reference to his homosexuality when he mentions "all these things he will not have known how to love". He took the road studios and the stage in 1971 to bid farewell at the Olympia in 1975. He was then 62 years. Charles, however, returns to the scene in 1983 at the Festival "Just For Laughs" in Montreal. He will never leave her: in 1987, when he was 74 years old, he made a splash in Bourges. Years pass, but the Fool Singing remains timeless and inexhaustible. He celebrates his 80th birthday on stage at the Opera Bastille in May 1993. In 1999 he was made a member of the Academy of Fine Arts. His last concert date in November 1999, at the Salle Pleyel in Paris, where he gave three recitals singing sitting. Tired, Charles Trenet withdraws his home, where two successive cardiovascular events deplete the. Sent to Hospital Henri-Mondor, Créteil, he died February 19, 2001, at the age of 87 years, having written nearly a thousand songs.
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cover La Mer Robert Martin
La Mer
Charles TRENET
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Flute
Style & options : Flute ensemble
(TREN05801) : 19,32

cover La Mer Robert Martin
La Mer
Charles TRENET
Arr : Thierry MULLER
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN05201-BA) : 110,02
Full score (TREN05201-CO) : 36,93

cover Je Chante Robert Martin
Je Chante
Charles TRENET
Arr : Jérome NAULAIS
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN02879-BA) : 94,61
Full score (TREN02879-CO) : 26,38

cover Boum… Robert Martin
Boum…
Charles TRENET
Arr : Jérome NAULAIS
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN02776-BA) : 94,61
Full score (TREN02776-CO) : 26,38

cover Y a d'la Joie Robert Martin
Y a d'la Joie
Charles TRENET
Arr : Jérome NAULAIS
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN02775-BA) : 94,61
Full score (TREN02775-CO) : 26,38

cover Mer (la) Robert Martin
Mer (la)
Charles TRENET
Arr : Patrick POUTOIRE
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN02624-BA) : 110,02
Full score (TREN02624-CO) : 36,93

cover Festival Charles Trenet Robert Martin
Festival Charles Trenet
Charles TRENET
Arr : Laurent DELBECQ
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN00734-BA) : 132,01
Full score (TREN00734-CO) : 36,93

cover Boum ! Sur Charles Trenet Robert Martin
Boum ! Sur Charles Trenet
Charles TRENET
Arr : Laurent DELBECQ
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (TREN00733-BA) : 132,01
Full score (TREN00733-CO) : 36,93

cover La Mer Scomegna
La Mer
Charles TRENET
Arr : Andrea RAVIZZA
Publisher : Scomegna
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (SC-SCO341-BA) : 113,61
Full score (SC-SCO341-CO) : 24,35

cover Beyond the Sea Molenaar
Beyond the Sea
Charles TRENET
Arr : Henk UMMELS
Publisher : Molenaar
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (MOL013115050-BA) : 114,32

cover Beyond The Sea (la Mer) Marc Reift
Beyond The Sea (la Mer)
Charles TRENET
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR1544/1-BA) : 91,64

cover La Mer Marc Reift
La Mer
Charles TRENET
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR1544-BA) : 116,05

cover La Mer (Solo Voice) Marc Reift
La Mer (Solo Voice)
Charles TRENET/LASRY
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR10331S-BA) : 125,55

cover La Mer (+ Male Chorus) Marc Reift
La Mer (+ Male Chorus)
Charles TRENET/LASRY
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR10331M-BA) : 155,09

cover La Mer (+ Chorus SATB) Marc Reift
La Mer (+ Chorus SATB)
Charles TRENET/LASRY
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Music with choirs, voice
Set Wind Band (EMR10331C-BA) : 155,09

cover Boum… Bernaerts
Boum…
Charles TRENET
Arr : Johny OCEAN
Publisher : Bernaerts
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (BER377-BA) : 90,33

cover Beyond The Sea (la Mer) Bernaerts
Beyond The Sea (la Mer)
Charles TRENET
Publisher : Bernaerts
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (BER280-BA) : 90,33

cover Beyond The Sea (la Mer) Andel
Beyond The Sea (la Mer)
Charles TRENET
Arr : Willy FRANSEN
Publisher : Andel
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : French light music
Set Wind Band (AN448-BA) : 155,09
Full score (AN448-CO) : 16,88