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Quel Changement Soudain - Various - 200 Years Of Music At Versailles: A Journey To The Heart Of Fren

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  4. The Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles – set up by the French government to research and perform French music from the years between 16– have gathered together 20 CDs’ worth of alluring material, most of it from live recordings made last autumn by Radio France at concerts in various rooms of the Versailles palace.
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  6. Valère Trimouille, 48, has spent 20 years behind the wheel of his taxi, which makes him a rather seasoned observer of a trade undergoing rapid change.
  7. A XVIIth century sweet chestnut, year-old plane trees and various symbolic spaces- a pond with an island, a boxwood maze, a cloister evoking the four seasons are dotted around the family estate with its 17th and 18th century chteau, pavilion and chapel, which has played host to major figures such as the poet and playwright Pierre Corneille.

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