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Winnaretta Singer-Polignac- Princesse, mécène et musicienne - Sylvia Kahan

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DATE DE SORTIE: 04/05/2018
TAILLE DU FICHIER: 3,7
ISBN: 978-2-84066-268-6
LANGUE: FRANÇAIS
AUTEUR: Sylvia Kahan

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Américaine de naissance, Winnaretta Singer (1865-1943) était millionnaire à l'âge de dix-huit ans, héritière d'une part conséquente de la fortune des machines à coudre Singer. Son mariage en 1893, avec le prince Edmond de Polignac, compositeur aristocrate, lui a ouvert les portes de l'élite de la société française. Après le décès de son mari en 1901, Winnaretta a mis sa fortune au service des arts, des sciences et des lettres. Son domaine de prédilection était la musique. Elle a subventionné de nombreux artistes (Nadia Boulanger, Clara Haskil, Arthur Rubinstein, Vladimir Horowitz...) et aussi de grandes formations artistiques (les Ballets russes, l'Opéra de Paris, l'Orchestre symphonique de Paris...). Passionnée par la musique moderne, elle a commandé des oeuvres à des compositeurs alors inconnus, pour qu'elles soient jouées dans son salon musical. La liste des oeuvres créées pour elle est aussi longue qu'extraordinaire : Renard d'Igor Stravinsky, Socrate d'Erik Satie, El retablo de maese Pedro de Manuel de Falla ou encore le concerto pour deux pianos de Francis Poulenc, parmi les titres les plus connus. Son salon était, en outre, un lieu de rendez-vous pour les grands visionnaires de la culture française tels que Marcel Proust, Jean Cocteau, Claude Monet et Serge de Diaghilev. Colette, grande amie de la maison, y préparait souvent son célèbre vin chaud. Nombre des descriptions de salons musicaux dans l'oeuvre de Proust ont été directement inspirées par les concerts qui avaient lieu chez la princesse de Polignac. Sylvia Kahan donne vie à cette femme hors normes, dont l'amour pour les arts a eu une influence incommensurable sur le monde musical et littéraire du XXe siècle.

...at de New Elle encourage la plupart des musiciens de son temps : Nadia Boulanger, Emmanuel Chabrier, Jean La princesse Edmond de Polignac : Célèbre mécène de la première moitié du XXe siècle Regardez d'autres dictionnaires: Winnaretta Singer — Winnaretta Singer, Princess Edmond de ... Music's Modern Muse : A Life of Winnaretta Singer, Princesse... | eBay ... ... Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac (8 January 1865 - 26 November 1943) was a musical patron and heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune. Born in America, she lived most of her adult life in France. Winnaretta Singer was the twentieth of the 24 children of Isaac Singer. - Artiste peintre, musicienne et mécène. Domaines : Art Musique. Autres formes du nom : Winnaretta Singer (1865-1943) Winnaretta Singer-Polignac (1865-19 ... Winnaretta Singer-Polignac - Princesse, mécène... - Decitre ... . Born in America, she lived most of her adult life in France. Winnaretta Singer was the twentieth of the 24 children of Isaac Singer. - Artiste peintre, musicienne et mécène. Domaines : Art Musique. Autres formes du nom : Winnaretta Singer (1865-1943) Winnaretta Singer-Polignac (1865-1943) Princesse Edmond de Polignac (1865-1943). The American-born Winnaretta Singer (1865-1943) was a millionaire at the age of eighteen, due to her inheriting a substantial part of the Singer Sewing Machine fortune. Many of Proust's memorable evocations of salon culture were born during his attendance at concerts in the Polignac music room. Winnaretta Singer, Princess Edmond de Polignac [http://www.women.it/les/gallery/win.jpg] (8 January 1865-26 November 1943), was an important musical patron and heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune. Explore genealogy for Winnaretta (Singer) de Polignac born 1865 Yonkers, Westchester County, New York, United States died 1943 London, England Winnaretta Eugénie Singer was born on 8 January 1865 in Yonkers, New York. She was the daughter of Isaac Merrit Singer and Isabelle Eugénie Boyer. Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac (8 January 1865 - 26 November 1943) was a musical patron and heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune. Born in America, she lived most of her adult life in France. Winnaretta Singer was the twentieth of the 24 children of Isaac Singer. Though she was born in Yonkers, Winnaretta Singer cultivated music in Paris and Venice and is not considered in Locke and Barr's book. A brief précis of her patronage as Princesse de Polignac appears in Mona Mender's appreciative survey, Extraordinary Women in Support of Music (Lanham... Singer Winnaretta 1865-1943. Princesse Edmond de Polignac. Plus connue sous le nom de Princesse de Polignac. Son père, Issac Meritt Singer, fabricant de la machine à coudre Singer (non pas l'inventeur de la machine à coudre dont le premier brevet est acquis pas l'anglais Thomas Saint... Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac (January 8, 1865- November 26, 1943) was a musucal patron and heir to the Singer machine fortune. Born in America, she lived most of her adult life in France. Winnaretta's older brother, Adam Mortimer Singer, became one of England's landed gentry. Jul 27, 2014 - Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac. Dollar princesses did not all wind up in the UK. She married into the Polignac family. Her Wikipedia article is here. Sewing machine heiress and Baroness Olga Winnaretta wears a dress that would work today with simple adjustments to coat and skirt hems. Music's Modern Muse: A Life of Winnaretta Singer, Princesse de Polignac (Eastman Studies in Music). The American-born Winnaretta Singer (1865-1943) was a millionaire at the age of eighteen, due to her inheriting a substantial part of the Singer Sewing Machine fortune. Her 1893 marriage to Prince Edmond de Polignac, an amateur composer, brought her into contact with the most elite strata of... The Princesse de Polignac now became an important musical patron in her own right. She established a prize in music in her husband's name, and commissioned Igor Stravinsky's Renard Kahan, Sylvia. Winnaretta Singer-Polignac : Princesse, mécène et musicienne. Dijon: les presses du réel, 2018....