Title is "Vrai Qu'on L'Entend" on the cover and "Vrai Qu'on Entend" on the Labels.
Profile: Born in East Broughton, Québec, Canada. Variations: Viewing All Henriette Leblanc. Mme Henriette Leblanc. Vrai Qu'on Entend (LP, Album).
These short compositionally economical works focus primarily on the sound of the group rather than Henriette as a soloist. The first three pieces are so skeletal that, taken together, they barely seem to create a whole. All Ears" broods with tense cello and the piano's percussive statement in the lower middle register.
Henriette Guizot de Witt (August 6, 1829 in Paris – 1908 in Paris) was a French writer who wrote under the name Mme de Witt, née Guizot. Henriette Guizot de Witt was the daughter of the historian and politician François Guizot and the wife of Conrad de Witt. She was the sister of Guillaume Guizot. Her younger sister Pauline married Cornélis Henri de Witt, Conrad de Witt's brother. One of Henriette's daughters was the pronatalist and feminist activist Marguerite de Witt-Schlumberger.
Julianna Grace "Annie" LeBlanc (born December 5, 2004) is an American singer, YouTuber, actress, and former gymnast. Business Insider has called her one of the "most famous teens in the world. She has been featured in online videos since she was four years old and has an extensive online following.
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Want to see art related to entend? Scroll through inspiring examples of artwork on DeviantArt and find inspiration from our network of talented artists. He trudges forcefully towards the height That crowns the glory of the arduous hill; At long last his feet on that summit light, And for the first time in an age are still; He looks down at the view beneath, until Its beauty does not move him, but he hears And feels, submitting to the Supreme Will, The cold breath of the wind.
|A1||Vrai Qu'on Entend||1:36|
|A2||Voyage En Autobus||1:34|
|A3||Entends Ma Voix Maman||3:06|
|A4||J'ai Mon Voyage||1:30|
|A6||Vrai Qu'on Entend - Instr.||1:36|
|B1||C'est Fête Au Village||1:25|
|B2||Je Chante Pour Toi Sylvain||2:34|
|B3||Chanson À Mes Parents||2:02|
|B4||Lorsque J'ai Du Temps||1:35|
- Liner Notes – André Collin
- Producer – Raynald Maheux
- Songwriter – Henriette Leblanc