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Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz. Ramuz" redirects here. For the city in Iran, see Ramhormoz. Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz. Title page of a work of . F. Ramuz in the Bibliothèque de la Pléiade. In 1903, he left for Paris and remained there until World War I, with frequent trips home to Switzerland. In 1903, he published Le petit village, a collection of poems. In 1914, he returned to Switzerland, where he lived a reclusive life devoted to his writing. He wrote the libretto for Igor Stravinsky's Histoire du soldat. He died in Pully, near Lausanne in 1947. His likeness and an artistic impression of his works appear on the 200 Swiss franc note (in current use). Ramuz in Pully awards the Grand Prix C. Ramuz. YouTube Encyclopedic.

Ramuz: Le petit village & Segond: Oeuvres instrumentales: Best 2 songs. Brigitte Buxtorf, Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz, Jean-Christophe Malan - Les lessiveuses 01:29. Jeanine Gaudibert, Pierre Segond - Rondo de bonne humeur 04:13. Album: Ramuz: Le petit village & Segond: Oeuvres instrumentales. Jeanine Gaudibert, Pierre Segond: best 2 tracks. Jeanine Gaudibert, Pierre Segond - Rondo de bonne humeur Ramuz: Le petit village & Segond: Oeuvres instrumentales, 1992 04:13

Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz. précédé de "Le Petit village" et "Adieu à beaucoup de personnages". Passage du poète": Besson, le vannier, arrive au printemps dans un village du vignoble de Lavaux. la fi précédé de "Le Petit village" et "Adieu à beaucoup de personnages".

Media in category "Charles Ferdinand Ramuz". The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Ramuz 'Le petit village'. jpg 3,466 4,646; . 7 MB. Ramuz - Aline, 1905. php?title Category:Charles Ferdinand Ramuz&oldid 329614568".

In 1903, he left for Paris and remained there until World War I, with frequent trips home to Switzerland.

Works with text by: Ramuz, Charles-Ferdinand. The following 1 pages are in this category, out of 1 total. H. L'histoire du soldat (Stravinsky, Igor). As Translator (3). Works translated by: Ramuz, Charles-Ferdinand. The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.

La grande peur dans la montagne. La beauté sur la terre.

Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz (24 September 1878 – 23 May 1947) was a French-speaking Swiss writer. In 1914, he returned to Switzerland. Le petit village (1903).

Tracklist

A1 Le petit village
B1 Le petit village (suite)

Credits

  • Read By – Mousse Boulanger, Pierre Boulanger

Notes

Français / Berndeutsch