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Examples of "vannier"
Jean-Claude Vannier (born 1943) is a French musician, composer and arranger. Vannier has composed music, written lyrics, and produced albums for many singers.
Fontaine Steinlen, Square Constantin-Pecqueur, (1936). Paul Vannier, sculptor.
Several also married into a Vietnamese Catholic mandarin family, such as Chaigneau, Vannier or Laurent Barizy.
All music composed by Serge Gainsbourg and arranged by Jean-Claude Vannier.
Michael W. Vannier (born January 12, 1949) is a radiologist in Chicago.
Jean-Claude Vannier performed the album live at London's Barbican on October 21, 2006 with guest vocalists Jarvis Cocker, Badly Drawn Boy, Brigitte Fontaine, The Bad Seeds’ Mick Harvey and lead singer from Super Furry Animals, Gruff Rhys. Vannier performed the album in its entirety alongside his own solo album "L'Enfant assassin des mouches". Publicity for the Barbican concert revealed that the musicians used for the album were Dougie Wright, Big Jim Sullivan, Herbie Flowers and Vic Flick who all joined Vannier for the concert. The BBC Concert Orchestra, the Crouch End Festival Chorus and a children’s string quintet were also part of the show.
Françoise Hardy is accompanied by orchestras Jean-Pierre Sabar (A1-A2-A3-B2-B3-B4-B5-B6), Jean-Claude Vannier (A4-A6), John Cameron (A5), Saint-Preux (B1).
Philippe Vannier died in Lorient on 6 June 1842. His Vietnamese wife died in the same city on 6 April 1878.
One of their grandsons, Emile Vannier, was a Navy officer who participated to the Cochinchina campaign in 1863–1864, and died in 1885.
Orchestras : Saint-Preux (A1), Jean-Pierre Sabar (A2-A3-A5-A6-B2-B4), Charles Blackwell (A4-B1-B3), John Cameron (B5) & Jean-Claude Vannier (B6).
On 22 and 23 October 2008, Jean-Claude Vannier performed the album live at the Cité de la Musique with guest vocalists Mathieu Amalric, Brigitte Fontaine, Brian Molko, Martina Topley Bird, Daniel Darc, Clotilde Hesme, and Seaming To. Also performing were Herbie Flowers (bass), Claude Engel (guitar), Pierre-Alain Dahan (drums). Vannier also performed his album "L'Enfant Assassin Des Mouches". The Lamoureux Orchestra, the Yound Choir of Paris and a children’s string quintet were also part of the show.
Once Nguyễn Ánh became emperor Gia Long, Chaigneau remained at the court to become a mandarin. Chaigneau received the title of "truong co", together with Philippe Vannier, de Forsans and Despiau, meaning second-class second-degree military mandarins, and later received the title of Grand Mandarin once Gia Long became emperor, with personal escorts of 50 soldiers. He also married into a Vietnamese Catholic mandarin family, as did Vannier or Laurent Barizy. He married Ho Thi Hue, of the Ho Catholic family.
Vannier is regarded as an important musician in his native country; music critic Andy Votel noted his Eastern music influences and named him a pop-culture icon of 1970s France, alongside Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin.
Words and music by Serge Gainsbourg, except "Encore lui", "Leur plaisir sans moi", "La cible qui bouge" and "C'est la vie qui veut ça" by Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier
Philippe Vannier (Vietnamese name: Nguyễn Văn Chấn / 阮文震, 1762–1842) was a French Navy officer and an adventurer who went into the service of Nguyễn Ánh, the future emperor Gia Long of Vietnam.
Vannier was born in Brittany, in the town of Auray. He had served from 1778 in the Royal French Navy, and had reportedly fought in the American War of Independence.
Orchestras : Jean-Claude Petit (A1), Jean-Claude Vannier (A2-A5-B5), Jean-Pierre Sabar (A3-A4-B4-B6), Hans Hammerschmidt (A6-B1-B2), Saint-Preux (B1) and Charles Blackwell (B3).
Philippe Vannier entered the service of Nguyễn Ánh in 1789 following the encouragements of Mgr Pigneau de Béhaine. In 1790, Nguyễn Ánh gave him the command of one of his ships. In 1792 he was in command of a warship furnished by Jean-Marie Dayot, and fought at the battle of Qui Nhơn. In 1800, Philippe Vannier was commander of the "Phoenix" ("Phuong-Phi"), the largest ship of Nguyễn Ánh's navy, with 26 guns and 300 men. In April 1801, he again fought in front of the harbour of Qui Nhơn, and was nominated General ("Brigadier") of the Navy. The battle opened the way for Nguyễn Ánh's invasion of northern Vietnam.
On 28 August 2011, Vannier participated in "A Tribute to Serge Gainsbourg" at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, California. The artists that performed Gainsbourg's songs that evening included Beck, Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl, Mike Patton, Zola Jesus, Victoria Legrand (singer of indie band Beach House), Ed Droste (singer of indie band Grizzly Bear) and Serge's son Lulu Gainsbourg. The second half of the evening included a performance of the album with Vannier conducting. Each of the album's songs were performed by different combinations of the evening's artists, backed by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the Cal State Fullerton chorale. American actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt also participated in the album's performance.
Jean-Claude Vannier has written and recorded six solo albums. Each release has been played live, at venues such as the Campagne Première Theatre, the Ranelagh Theatre, the Théâtre de la Ville, the Dejazet Theatre, the Trottoirs de Buenos Aires, the Auditorium des Halles, and the Théâtre des Abbesses.