PAUVRE RUTEBEUF

Latest update on 12/05/2010

Artist: Leo Ferré
Author: Rutebeuf/Leo Ferré
Label: Odéon
Year: 1955

On piano and organ.

Covers:

1956:

Germaine Montero

1958:

Cora Vaucaire

1965:

Joan Baez

1970:

Nana Mouskouri

2000:

Jan De Wilde [translation: Johan Daisne]

Rutebeuf was a French poet who died in Paris in 1285. Ferré used three of his poems: Complainte Rutebeuf, Griesche d'Yves and Mariage Rutebeuf. There were more poets who inspired Ferré: he made a song of Apollinaire's Le Pont Mirabeau and dedicated a whole album to the work of Louis Aragon.

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