Joseph Allard "Reel du goglu (Goblin's reel)". Joseph Allard Violon avec guitare Reel Lasalle (Lasalle Reel) Victor 263830 (1931). dur. Reel De La Caserine.
01 - La Marche Des Chômeurs. 3 years ago 3 years ago. chansons à texte. Recorded in 2009 in Bordeaux at a friends place with her video camera (sound only). 01 - La Marche Des Chômeurs by Petra Harris is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Seems a little quiet over here.
Joseph Allard, called "Prince of the Fiddlers," was born near Montréal in 1873 and learned the rudiments of his art from his father, also a brilliant fiddler. Allard's "light and supple bowing, coupled with matchless fingering" won him honors and fame, and he recorded the spirited sides presented here between 1928 and 1933. Né à Woodland le 1er février 1873 - Décédé à Châteauguay le 14 novembre 1947. Fils de violoneux, il fût babtisé "Prince des violoneux" pour son doigté brillant et la souplesse de son coup d'archet.
Not registered? Register now. License this Film. French title reads: "La Marche Des Chomeurs". Men walk along the road to Paris through the early morning mist. They are carrying a few possessions. Various CUs of signposts and mileposts on their way. More men join the march. Some of the men are carrying banners. One banner reads: "Marche de la Faim Des Chomeurs Du Nord A Paris. Intertitle reads: "A Saint-Denis, ils etaient plus de 10,000.
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Joseph Allard (February 1, 1873 – November 14, 1947) was a Canadian fiddler and composer. He occasionally recorded under the pseudonym Maxime Toupin. Allard made many popular recordings, including Reel de l'Aveugle, Reel de Chateauguay, Reel de Jacques Cartier, and Reel du voyageur. During most of his life he was rarely in the public eye, and worked much of his life as a fisherman. After his recordings became popular, he was known as The Prince of Fiddlers.
Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph. De la capacité politique des classes ouvrières, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon. Bibliothèque nationale de France.