Synonyms for quand_tu or Related words with quand_tu

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It was succeeded as Belgian representative at the 1968 Contest by Claude Lombard performing "Quand tu reviendras".
In 1968, Lombard's song "Quand tu reviendras" ("When You Come Back") was chosen by jury voting from ten songs as the Belgian representative in the 13th Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 6 April in London. "Quand tu reviendras" finished in joint seventh place (with Monaco and Yugoslavia) of 17 entries.
In 2005, Benoît Mansion began to sing at the age of 18. He released his first solo album in 1994, "Le Bonheur c'est quand tu veux".
Barclay transcribed and interpreted early jazz numbers. He co-wrote the songs "Quand tu m'embrasses" with Charles Aznavour, and "Le rock de Monsieur Failair" with[Boris Vian.
"Quand tu reviendras" (English translation: "When Will You Come Back", sometimes attested ungrammatically as "When You Will Come Back") was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1968, performed in French by Claude Lombard.
Early cylinder and disc recordings by Soulacroix include arias from "Rip", "Richard Cœur-de-Lion", "La Favorite", "Hérodiade", "Si j’étais roi" and "Carmen", as well as from roles which he created: "A ton amour simple et sincère" and "Quand tu connaîtras Colette" from "La Basoche", and the 'Air du prieur' from "Le jongleur de Notre-Dame".
The song was performed fourth on the night (following Belgium's Claude Lombard with "Quand tu reviendras" and preceding Luxembourg's Chris Baldo and Sophie Garel with "Nous vivrons d'amour"). At the close of voting, it had received 2 points, placing equal 13th in a field of 17.
After performing on three of their albums, Labylle left to pursue a solo career. She teamed up with Federick Caracas, Harry Diboula, Jacob Desvarieux and Liso to record the single "Quand tu veux". Months later the album "On verra" was released.
Belgium was represented by Claude Lombard, with the song '"Quand tu reviendras", at the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 6 April in London. The song was chosen at the Belgian preselection, held on 13 February. Former Belgian representative Tonia (1966) and future participant Nicole Josy (1973, as one half of Nicole & Hugo) also took part.
The Truth About Charlie is a 2002 remake of the 1963 classic film "Charade". It is also an homage to François Truffaut's 1960 film "Shoot the Piano Player" complete with that film's star, Charles Aznavour, making two surreal appearances singing his song ""Quand tu m'aimes"" (first in French, later in English).
On 7 April 2014, after a 3-year break, Luce brought out a new album D'Une Tonne a Un Tout Petit Poids (from a ton to a very little weight). This album was produced with the Swede, Peter von Poehl. On 10 February 2014, a single from the album was released: Appelle Quand Tu Te Réveilles (Call me when you wake up).
The song was performed second on the night, following Portugal's Carlos Mendes with "Verão" and preceding Belgium's Claude Lombard with "Quand tu reviendras". At the close of voting, it had received 1 point, placing 16th (equal last) in a field of 17.
The album provided three singles, but only the first one was a hit : "Sache que je" reached #19 in France and #18 in Belgium (Wallonia), while the other two singles ("Quand tu danses" and "Bonne idée") failed to enter the top 50 (#66 and #68 in France).
The CD utilises the HDCD format, which improves the quality of the audio (compared to regular CDs) when played back in a suitable player. The album is intimate and contains acoustic and blues melodies. It mainly deals with death ("On ira", "En passant") and love ("Sache que je", "Quand tu danses", "Les Murailles").
Jamil, a rich business man in Lebanon, decides to bring a once famous French singer, Bruno Caprice, to his wife's birthday (Randa). Bruno, who was known namely for one song "Quand tu t'en vas" in the 70's, accepts the invitation and goes to Beirut. But things get complicated when Randa is kidnapped, and Jamil decides that the show must go on.
In April 2005, Lorie’s first compilation album “Best Of” was released, including all her singles plus “Toi et moi”, “Les ventres ronds” (which was performed in the Week-End Tour) and the original version of “Quand tu danses”. The album was well-received but some critics said that Lorie was way too young to release a “best-of”, noting that Lorie was the youngest artist in French history to release a greatest hits album.
It is a trio composed of two brothers, Christophe and Stéphane Després (musicians), and Cathy Nozeran née Lajous (singer). After their unsuccessful single "Sur les ailes des alizés" in 1988, they had their moment of glory with hits such as "Quand tu serres mon corps" and "Sans un remords", respectively #4 in November 1989 (Gold disc), and #15 in August 1990, on the French SNEP Singles Chart (Top 50). Another song, "Another Love in L.A.", ranked #40 in the end of 1990.
After the mixed success of her single "XXL" and the poor chart performances of the "Anamorphosée" album, Farmer decided to release a second single, "L'Instant X", for the Christmas period. The song's title comes from an expression of the first verse. The chorus covers in its own way Tino Rossi's Christmas song "Petit Papa Noël", as in the lyrics Farmer scans, in jerky syllabes, "Papa Noël, quand tu descendras du ciel...", which are also the lyrics of the chorus in Rossi's song.
On the night of the final Lombard performed 3rd in the running order, following the Netherlands and preceding Austria. At the close of the voting "Quand tu reviendras" had received 8 points (3 from Italy and 1 apiece from Finland, France, Luxembourg, Portugal and the United Kingdom), placing Belgium joint 7th (with Monaco and Yugoslavia) of the 17 participating countries. The Belgian jury awarded 6 of its 10 points to France.
Éric Guirado started his career as a journalist and his interest in social issues is apparent in the documentary-style of his story-telling. After producing for regional television in France, he directed his first feature film "From Heaven" ("Quand Tu Descendras Du Ciel") in 2003. His most successful film in his home country has been "The Grocer's Son" ("Le Fils de L'Épicier"), a dramatic film set in Provence, France. The film was presented as part of the 2007 Namur Francophone Film Festival.