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Aug 25, 2014 Productions Monpauvrelieu
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Licence Cogito Arcanum, version 1.2 Cette version facilite le transfert des œuvres placées sous Licence Cogito Arcanum vers les projets de la Wikimedia Foundation
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Aug 25, 2014 Monpauvrelieu
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La version 1.2 de la licence Cogito Arcanum facilite le transfert des œuvres vers les projets de la Wikimedia Foundation, par rapport aux versions précédentes
Topics: Cogito, Arcanum, Licence, Wikimedia
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Aug 8, 2014 monpauvrelieu
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Licence Cogito Arcanum, version 2.0 Facilite le transfert des œuvres sur les projets de la Wikimedia Foundation
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2014 Clodomiro Charlilechó
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Ne mutlu o insana (1905 version, surround 5.1 remaster) · Clodomiro Charlilechó From the album “1900-1909”
Topics: chamber music, surround, Clodomiro Charlilechó, monpauvrelieu
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
Oct 16, 2011 Juanito Carabonita
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08 Little Lamb (Maude Valérie White - Sir William Blake) Recorded October 16, 2011, in Old Ursuline Convent, New Orleans, by Harald Fearless Juanito Carabonita: organ, vocals; Yvette Makelele: vocals; Eustache Imsangyo, Martine Lemons: tenor sax; Ellee Tramita: guitar; Stan Green: bass; Pierre Saint-Marin: drums. Under a Cogito Arcanum License Little lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee Gave thee life and bade thhe feed By the stream and o’er the mead, Gave thee clothing of...
Topics: Maude Valerie White, rock, ballad, Cogito Arcanum
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
Apr 21, 1848 Clodomiro Charlilechó
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“Nurse’s song” composed by Maude Valérie White in her booklet “12 songs for children” (1892) on a poetry by Sir William Blake (Songs of Innocence). Interpretation by Clodomiro Charlilechó on April 21th, 1848. Separate tracks are provided along with the main mix. Under a Cogito Arcanum License. These samples have been used for this recording: *  Bell from a fire extinguisher.wav , by talesjc , under CC0 ; *  Hand Claps » Sweet CLAPS 014.aif , by loofa , under CC BY-NC ; * ...
Topics: Maude Valérie White, Lied, Melody, Clodomiro Charlilechó, Productions Monpauvrelieu