Synonyms for rien_que or Related words with rien_que
Examples of "rien_que"
Published in French as "
Nous" by Les Editions Albin Michel. September 2013
In 2007, "
pour toi" was covered by Tatiana Laurens who took part in the French TV reality show "Secret Story".
2014: Esther Kinsky for "Am Fluß" (Matthes & Seitz Berlin) and Christine Montalbetti for "Nothing but the Waves and Wind" ["Plus
les vagues et le vent"] (P.O.L).
Singles taken from "À Tâtons" were "
d'y Penser", "À Tâtons", "Rester Femme", "À Quoi Ca Sert" and "Ma Prière".
pour ça... is the second album by the French singer Elsa Lunghini and was released in 1990.
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In 1990 she made her second album, "
pour ça" ("Only for that"). The songs were produced by her father and Elsa wrote the music for the single of the same name. "
pour ça" was a top 20 hit. Two other excerpts were released: "Pleure doucement" ("Cry softly") and "Qu'est-ce que ça peut lui faire" ("How does she matter"). The two last singles were less successful. She made her first tour, at the Olympia.
Alberto Cavalcanti directed "
les heures" (1926), Walter Ruttmann directed "" (1927), and Dziga Vertov filmed "Man With a Movie Camera" (1929), experimental "city symphonies" of Paris, Berlin, and Kiev, respectively.
She started her musical career in 1960's, as a radio and TV singer, then released "
Nous" album (with "David Alexandre Winter"). She recorded the "Safo" (1970) movie songtrack (written by Georges Garvarentz), played in several French films.
In 2012, Plamondon returned to the fore when he collaborated once more with Céline Dion on the album "Sans attendre", which was released on November 2. He wrote the lyrics for the song “
toi”, which became “Que toi au monde”, with music by Davide Esposito. It had been some twenty years since Plamondon and Dion had last worked together.
The album contains songs from Elsa's first three albums : "Elsa", "
pour ça" and "Douce violence". It contains all the songs released as singles, plus several titles that feature on the three studio albums and four cover versions in other languages of three of her hits from "Elsa" ("T'en va pas", "Jour de neige" and "Jamais nous").
Other noted examples of the genre include Charles Sheeler and Paul Strand's "Manhatta" (1921), Alberto Cavalcanti's "
les heures" (1926), Andre Sauvage's "Etudes sur Paris" (1928), Dziga Vertov's "Man With a Movie Camera" (1929), Adalberto Kemeny's "São Paulo, Sinfonia da Metrópole" (1929) and Alexandr Hackenschmied's "Bezúčelná procházka" (1930).
Faïza Guène is a French writer and director. Born in Bobigny, France in 1985 to parents of Algerian origin she is best known for her two novels, "Kiffe kiffe demain" and "Du rêve pour les oufs." She has also directed several short films, including "
des mots" (2004).
les heures (English: Nothing But Time or Nothing But the Hours) is a 1926 experimental silent film by Brazilian director Alberto Cavalcanti showing the life of Paris through one day in 45 minutes. Cavalcanti made a similar film about Berlin the next year.
His last post was as Cuban ambassador to Uruguay. However, he refused to comply with an order from the Cuban dictator, Fulgencio Batista, and he resigned abruptly, ending a career of 47 years in the Cuban diplomatic service. That same year (1954) the final book of poems he would publish, "
... (Nada más que...)", came out in Paris.
In 1986, he became famous with his song "
pour toi" which reached number 12 on the SNEP Singles Chart and sold 200,000 units. Thereafter, Feldman had many hits in France, becoming a well established star in France. He has sold very well over his 25-year career, selling about 10 million albums in several countries, including Belgium, Italy, Canada and Japan.
In 2000 and 2005, he performed "Un'altra vita" ("A different life") and "Le parole" ("The words") at the Sanremo Music Festival. Between the two events, he also released a duet with the French singer Lena Ka of his classic "Ti amo" as "Ti amo (
des mots)". Tozzi released another greatest hits compilation, a 2-disc set entitled "The best of", and another single, "E non-volo". In January 2009 he released the single "", composed by Emilio Munda and Matteo Gaggioli.
No Soucy ! is the first studio album of French singer Ophélie Winter released in 1996. It provided five singles, including three top ten hits in France: her signature song "Dieu m'a donné la foi" which reached number one, "Le Feu qui m'attise" (number seven), "Shame on U" (number nine), a duet with Coolio "Keep It On The Red Light" (number 19) and "
pour lui" (number 39). The album itself was successful, reaching number six in France.
The continental, or realist, tradition focused on humans within human-made environments, and included the so-called "city symphony" films such as Walter Ruttmann's "Berlin, Symphony of a City" (of which Grierson noted in an article that "Berlin" represented what a documentary should not be), Alberto Cavalcanti's "
les heures", and Dziga Vertov's "Man with the Movie Camera". These films tend to feature people as products of their environment, and lean towards the avant-garde.
For the first time in more than a decade, Sanson recorded her ninth studio album in the US with American musicians. "Sans regrets", issued in 1992, was a tremendous success propelled by the famous single "
de l'eau". This song was the result of an unprecedented collaboration with another songwriter, Bernard Swell, a long-time friend. The album went platinum and its first single still remains one of her biggest hits, with over 500,000 copies sold in six months.
"Hanging on to Nothing" is a song by Swedish singer Måns Zelmerlöw. The song was released as a digital download on 26 August 2016 through Warner Music Group as the second single from his seventh studio album "Chameleon" (2016). The song did not enter the Swedish Singles Chart, but peaked to number 2 on the Sweden Heatseeker Songs. Zelmerlöw also released a bilingual English/French version titled "
nous deux (Hanging on to Nothing)" aimed at French-speaking markets.
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