Synonyms for flageollet or Related words with flageollet

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Examples of "flageollet"
William Flageollet (born November 27, 1945, Nancy) is a French sound engineer in the music and film. He participated in mixing more than 120 films and directed the recording and mixing of hundreds of film scores. He was nominated several times for the César Award for Best Sound, he received twice, in 1987 for "Round Midnight", and in 1994 for "".
The song was written for and recorded with Gainsbourg's girlfriend, Brigitte Bardot, in winter 1967. Bardot asked him to write the most beautiful love song he could imagine and that night he wrote "Je t'aime" and "Bonnie and Clyde". They recorded an arrangement of "Je t'aime" by Michel Colombier at a Paris studio in a two-hour session in a small glass booth; the engineer William Flageollet said there was "heavy petting". However, news of the recording reached the press and Bardot's husband, German businessman Gunter Sachs, was angry and called for the single to be withdrawn. Bardot pleaded with Gainsbourg not to release it. He complied but observed "The music is very pure. For the first time in my life, I write a love song and it's taken badly."