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Examples of "appartient"
Elle appartient depuis fin 2010 à un homme d'affaires russe, après avoir été rachetée en 1997 par Siraga.
In the song, Orelsan sings that "«l'avenir appartient à ceux qui se lèvent à l'heure où je me couche»" ("the future belongs to those who wake up when I go to sleep"), which is a reference to the French proverb "«L'avenir appartient à ceux qui se lèvent tôt»" (roughly translated as ""). The line suggests that he and Gringe have no futures, because they go to bed so late (at a time when one would usually be waking up).
An artist committed to the causes of workers, of the state, and of ecology, Piché is the songster of the common man. Such songs as "À qui appartient le beau temps", and "Les Pleins" have become classics of the genre.
Jean-Claude collaborated on several film soundtracks including: "Les guichets du Louvre" by Michel Mitrani, "La horse" by Pierre Granier Deferre, "Paris nous appartient" by Robert Benayoun, "Slogan" by Pierre Grimblat, "Projection privée" by François Leterrier, "L'amour propre" by Martin Veyron, "La nuit tous les chats sont gris" by Gérard Zingg, and "Comédie d'été" by Daniel Vigne.
Ithuriel is mentioned in two poems by Victor Hugo. In "Oiseaux Enfant" he writes "Colibri, comme Ithuriel, appartient à la zone bleue"; and in "Floreal and Psyche" "quel est le pont que l'esprit montre, la route de la fange au ciel, où Vénus Astarté rencontre à mi-chemin Ithuriel".
The film was produced by fellow New Wave director and "Cahiers du cinéma" critic Claude Chabrol through Ajym Films, which had produced his debut feature, "Le Beau Serge" and would go on to produce "Paris nous appartient", the debut feature of their colleague and friend Jacques Rivette.
Piché studied archaeology at the Université de Montréal, and in the early 1970s sang in Quebec colleges. In 1977 the keyboardist Robert Léger of Beau Dommage encouraged him to record his first LP, "À qui appartient le beau temps", which sold more than 100,000 copies.
He has also appeared on various game shows, including "Mot de passe" and "Fort Boyard" (French versions of "Million Dollar Password" and "The Crystal Maze" respectively), as well as the chat show "La nuit nous appartient" on NRJ 12. In 2012, he performed on "Rire & Chansons", a comedy and musical radio station.
With the profits of his first two films, Chabrol formed his own production company AJYM Productions and began funding many of the films of his friends. AJYM helped fund Eric Rohmer's feature debut "The Sign of Leo", partially funded Rivette's "Paris nous appartient", and Philippe de Broca's films "Les Jeux de l'amour" and "Le farceur". He also donated excess film stock from "Les Cousins" to Rivette to complete "Paris nous appartient". Chabrol was also a technical advisor on Jean-Luc Godard's feature debut "Breathless" and acted in small parts in many of his friends' and his own early films. For his support to the early careers of so many of his friends, Chabrol has been referred to as "the godfather of the French New Wave", although many film histories tend to overlook this contribution and dismiss Chabrol altogether.
With its harder and more aggressive sound and an almost complete lack of promotion, the third album "Du ciment sous les plaines" (1991) received lacklustre reviews compared to "Veuillez rendre l'âme (à qui elle appartient)" and no singles were released from it. In May 1991 a concert in Besançon was cut short after four songs when Bertrand Cantat collapsed on stage. As a result, the band took a break from touring until the release of their next album, "Tostaky".
Veuillez rendre l'âme (à qui elle appartient) is the second album by French rock band Noir Désir, released in 1989. The album, produced by Ian Broudie, brought the group widespread attention, mostly because of the hit single "Aux sombres héros de l'amer." The album did well both critically and commercially, selling 330,000 copies. The French edition of "Rolling Stone" magazine named this album the 10th greatest French rock album (out of 100).
Writing in the film journal "Senses of Cinema", critic Hamish Ford said of the film: "... for me at least, his debut feature is a perfect film in its way. If the first work of a long career should, at least in the oeuvre-charting rear-vision mirror, offer an appropriately characteristic or even perhaps idiosyncratic entry point into a distinct film-world, then "Paris nous appartient" is indeed a perfect 'first' Rivette in its combination of formal daring and conceptual elusiveness."
His first published book was "Eromancia" (Ediciones Oliverio, Buenos Aires). Also he developed a wide career as a comic scriptwriter, and wrote histories for the most Argentinian famous characters, like Nippur de Lagash, Pepe Sanchez and Dago; nowadays, he continues writing comics books for the markets of Italy, France, Belgium and Switzerland. "Malouines: Le ciel appartient aux faucons", his last comic book, it was published by Éditions Paquet, Switzerland. The work have four volumes, of which up to the moment published three: "Skyhawk" (2010), "Pucará" (2012) and " Super Étendard " (2013).
In 1985 Noir Désir were signed up by Barclay Records, releasing the mini-album "Ou veux-tu que je r'garde" two years later. In 1989 they had a break through success with their debut full length album "Veuillez rendre l'âme (à qui elle appartient)", which contained the hit single "Aux sombres héros de l'amer". They went on to release the less successful album "Du ciment sous les plaines" in 1991, but in 1992 "Tostaky" gained enormous critical acclaim and was a commercial hit as well.
In the magazine "Cahiers du cinéma" founded by André Bazin, critics and lovers of film would discuss film and why it worked. Modern film theory was born there. Additionally, "Cahiers" critics such as Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, Claude Chabrol, Jacques Rivette and Éric Rohmer went on to make films themselves, creating what was to become known as the French New Wave. Some of the first films of this new genre were Godard's "Breathless" ("À bout de souffle", 1960), starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Rivette's "Paris Belongs to Us" ("Paris nous appartient", 1958 - distributed in 1961), starring Jean-Claude Brialy and Truffaut's "The 400 Blows" ("Les Quatre Cent Coups", 1959) starring Jean-Pierre Léaud. From 1959 until 1979, Truffaut followed Léaud's character Antoine Doinel, who falls in love with Christine Darbon (Claude Jade from Hitchcock's "Topaz") in "Stolen Kisses", marries her in "Bed & Board" and separates from her in the last post-New Wave movie "Love on the Run".
Throughout his acting career, Bisciglia appeared in more than one-hundred feature films. He made his debut in the 1950 film "Trois télégrammes". What followed was several uncredited roles, before landing a much larger part in drama "Clara de Montargis". During the fifties, he appeared in many drama films, including the award-winning "Avant le déluge", with Antoine Balpêtré, and again several more uncredited roles. During the sixties, Bisciglia began to appear more frequently in television series and television films, although he was included in many films such as "The Wretches", with Michèle Morgan, "Les vieux de la vieille", with Pierre Fresnay, "Paris nous appartient", "Le signe du lion", and in 1966, he appeared in his first leading role in Alain Cuniot's "L'or et le plomb".
Article 6 of the law of February 4, 1850 bearing on the organisation of the "tribunal des conflits" provides that the functions of the "ministère public" will be filled by two commissioners of the government chosen every year by the President of the Republic, one from among the "maîtres des requêtes" on the State Council (Conseil d'État), the other from the "parquet" of the Cour de cassation. Le tribunal ne peut statuer qu'après avoir entendu les conclusions du commissaire du gouvernement (art. 4 de la loi). Si le rapporteur appartient au Conseil d'État, alors le commissaire du gouvernement doit être un magistrat de la Cour de cassation, et réciproquement (art. 7 de la loi).
Boulanger composed three psalms: Psalms 24, 129 and 130. She composed Psalm 24, entitled "La terre appartient à l’Eternel" ("The earth is the Lord’s"), in 1916 while she was resident in Rome. The work is dedicated to Monsieur Jules Griset, who was the director of Choral Guillot de Saint-Brice. Durand published the work in 1924. The work is scored for choir (consisting of soprano, alto, tenor and bass), accompanied by organ and brass ensemble (consisting of 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 4 trombones, 1 tuba), timpani and 2 harps. Boulanger's score uses brass fanfares and homophonic choral passages: the contrast of sections contrast to the style of her 1912 Prix de Rome winning cantata, Faust et Hélène, as heard in Yan Pascal Tortelier's recording.
His death was reported by the head of the French missions in Hong Kong on 12 July. The chargé d'affaires, de Courcy, in Macao learned of the murder on 17 July, and filed a vigorous protest on 25 July to the Chinese Imperial Viceroy Ye Mingchen. La captivité de M. Chapdelaine, les tortures qu'il a subies, sa mort cruelle, les violences qu'on a faites à son cadavre, constituent, noble Commissaire Impérial, une flagrante et odieuse violation des engagements solennels qu'il a consacrés. Votre Gouvernement doit donc une éclatante réparation à la France . Vous n'hésiterez pas à me l'accorder pleine et entière. C'est à V. E. qu'il appartient naturellement d'en proposer les termes; j'aurai à décider ensuite si l'honneur, la dignité et les interêts du Gouvernement de mon grand Empereur me permettent de les accepter. Mon désir serait d'ailleurs de me rendre à Canton et d'en conférer de vive voix avec V. E. Elle n'ignore pas qu'une heure de conversations amicales avance plus quelquefois la solution des affaires importantes qu'un mois de correspondances écrites
"Le Beau Serge" and "The 400 Blows" were successful, and at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival, Truffaut and Chabrol used their fame to promote "Paris Belongs to Us" and help Rivette finish the film. According to Truffaut, who obtained funds for its completion, "The release of "Paris nous appartient" is a score for every member of the "Cahiers du cinéma" team". He helped Rivette premiere it at the Studio des Ursulines on 16 December 1961, followed by a run at the Agriculteurs cinema in Paris. Although reviews of the film were mixed, it was praised by "L'Express". Pierre Marcabru of "Combat" said, "The connection between image and sound has never been so striking, evocative or necessary", and Jeander of "Liberation" praised the film's depiction of "the moral and intellectual confusion of these young people who are repressed by their epoch for more than their elders". Rivette, who later said "It's the film of a sixteen-year-old child, but maybe its naïveté is where its strength lies", won the Sutherland Trophy for best first film from the British Film Institute.