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Jean Baptiste Larralde, miriku bertsolaria (1804-1870)

CHARRITTON, Pierre (1998) Jean Baptiste Larralde, miriku bertsolaria (1804-1870). Inx: Antoine d'Abbadie 1897-1997: Congrés International = Ezhoiko kongresua. Eusko Ikaskuntza Euskaltzaindia, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 553-560. ISBN 84-89516-71-5

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Abstract

In the history of popular literature, "schools" of popular improvisers sometimes appear in regions or in given families. This is what occurred in Hasparren (Lapurdi) in the Larralde-Bordaxuri family from which there were at least three authors. The first, Martin Larralde (1782-1821), composed the song of the "galérien" (convict),. The second is the "bourgeois" uncle of mentioned convict: Bernard Larralde (1773-1853). The third is the Bernard's son, Jean Baptiste Larralde (1804-1870), the physician at San Juan de Luz, who sent 14 original compositions to the Antoine d'Abbadie's contests, of which the lullaby "Lo, lo, nere maitea" (1859) and "La Violette" (the Violet) (1862); "Le Vieux Garçon" (The Bachelor) (1864) have become popular.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information: Eusko Ikaskuntza. Ezhoiko kongresua Euskaltzaindia. XIV. Biltzarra
Uncontrolled Keywords:Larralde Etcheverry, Jean Baptiste; Literatura oral
Subjects:Sciences of Arts and Letters > Literary theory, analysis and criticism
ID Code:3992
Deposited On:03 Oct 2008 17:14
Last Modified:03 Oct 2008 19:59
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