Wednesday, 6 July , 2022

French Revolution

Book Review Mozart’s intriguing if incomplete visage

Bravura surfing of the wave of history omits profound truths, writes JOHN GREEN Mozart in Motion: His Work and His World in Pieces By Patrick Mackie Granta...

“La passion de la fraternité – Beethoven” par Erik Orsenna, notre...

Avant la prise de la Bastille et la Déclaration des Droits de l’Homme, Schiller écrit L’Ode à la Joie. Ce poème qui ne cesse...

Figaro and the French Revolution

By Alan Woods 24 January 2005 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is considered by many as the greatest musician of all time. He was revolutionary in more...

The removal of Jefferson’s statue. A shame for America and the...

The removal of Jefferson’s statue is a gift to the political right By Tom Mackaman 19 October 2021   New York City will remove from City Hall a...

Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité, ou la Mort! The message of 14th of...

National Anthem of France - "La Marseillaise" (The Marseillaise) Includes lyrics in both French and English.

Edith Piaf: Ca Ira! (French and English)

Piaf in technicolor singing an anthem of the Women's March on Versailles, a signficant event in French Revolution. No longer the mournful tragedienne in...

France Grèce et révolution de 1769 à 1830

27 mars 2021 Source : Jacques Serieys Sélection 27 Que le lecteur de cet article n’y cherche pas une histoire de la guerre grecque d’indépendance vis...

Hölderlin’s Hyperion (1934) by Georg Lukács

Written: 1934; Translator: Robert Anchor; Source: Goethe and His Age Merlin Press 1968; Transcribed: Harrison Fluss for marxists.org, February 2008. Oh! were there a banner ... a Thermopylae...

Beethoven: man, composer and revolutionary

By Alan Woods 17 December 2020 Though there's some controversy over the exact date, it's believed that Ludwig van Beethoven was born today in 1770....

The two American Revolutions in world history

By David North 4 July 2020 Today marks the 244th anniversary of the public proclamation of the Declaration of Independence, on July 4, 1776, which established...