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Monday, 28 November 2011

Alan Stivell Songs 2011

Alan Stivell Songs 2011

Friday, 25 November 2011

Fwd: GREEK BAILOUT



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Subject: GREEK BAILOUT
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For those of you who have trouble with macroeconomics


Greek Bail-out Explained
 

It is a slow day in a little Greek village. The rain is beating down and the streets are deserted.
Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody lives on credit. On this particular day a German tourist is driving through the village, he stops at the local hotel and lays a 100 Euro note on the desk, telling the hotel owner he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs in order to pick one to spend the night.
 
The owner gives him some keys and, as soon as the visitor has walked upstairs, the hotelier grabs the 100 note and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher. The butcher takes the 100 note and runs down the street to repay his debt to the pig farmer. The pig farmer takes the 100 note and heads off to pay his bill at the supplier of feed and fuel. The guy at the Farmers' Co-op takes the 100 note and runs to pay his drinks bill at the taverna. The publican slips the money along to the local prostitute drinking at the bar; she has also been facing hard times and has had to offer him "services" on credit. The hooker then rushes to the hotel and pays off her room bill to the hotel owner with the 100 note.
 
The hotel proprietor then places the 100 note back on the counter so the rich German tourist will not suspect anything.  At that moment the German tourist comes down the stairs, picks up the 100 note, states that the rooms are not satisfactory, pockets the money, and leaves.

No one produced anything.

No one earned anything.
However, the whole village is now out of debt and looking to the future with a lot more optimism.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the bail-out package works . . . well, sort of.

 

 


 

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Fwd: [Welsh native history] Local Saints



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Local Saints Catsash, on the ridge above...
Richard David 22 November 17:50
Local Saints

Catsash, on the ridge above Caerleon beside the ancient Via ]ulia is a strange
name that may be explained as follows. The word cat is generally derived from
cad, meaning battle, and the Celtic Ash is derived from the old English aesc.
Therefore it is feasible that Cat's Ash originated from Cad Aesc and
represented the battle of Oesc (or Aesc), whose corrupted name may be a folk
memory of that event. Remnants of an ancient chapel can be seen at Cat's Ash
and the fact that it is dedicated to St Curig, who is said to have been one of
Arthur's soldiers, may be of some significance.
Nennius wrote that 'the ninth battle was fought in the City of the Legions'.
This was around 510 when Arthur was campaigning and a story in the
Mabinogion suggests that in this battle he gained a victory over Osla Gyllefawr
(Osla Long Knife). The battle may have taken place beside the Via ]ulia to the
east of Caerleon. Arthur was pursuing Osla towards the Severn estuary. It is
possible that Oesc, the son of Hengist, a Saxon was killed at this battle, which
became known as Cad Oesc (Cats Ash).

Llandegefedd; was once known as Llan Defwed and the church is dedicated to
St Tegfedd. She first married Cedig ap Ceredig ap Cunedda by whom she
became the mother of Afan of Bualth. She later married Enllyn ap Hydwy ap
Ceredig by whom she had a child named Teilo who is well remembered as one
of the bishops of Llandaff. Llandegfedd Church is built on the spot where she
was murdered and it used to be called Merthyr Tegfedd, meaning the
Martyrium of Tegfedd,

Llanderfil; was a chapel in the adjoining parish of Llanfihangel juxta
Llantarnam. It used to be known as St Derfil's Church and belonged to the
Cistercian Abbey at Llantarnam. Rice Davies in his Essay on the Welsh Saints
says that it was founded by Derfel Gadarn (Derfel the Strong) who fought
alongside Arthur at the battle of Camlan. Towards the end of his life Derfel
gave up his warlike ways and turned to religion. His chapel was was treated
with the greatest of veneration and became a place of local pilgrimage. Now
only the foundations remain.

Llangybi, half-way between Caerleon and Usk was founded by Cybi the son
of Selyf, son of Geraint, who was killed at the battle of Llongborth. Cybi was a
cousin of Dewi (St David).

Llandewi Fach, just north of caerleon is dedicated to Dewi (David) who
tradition tells us was King Arthur's uncle.

Llanbadoc, near Usk, was known in ancient times as Cil Feignan (Meigan's
Retreat). He was the son of Gwyndaf Hen ap Emyr Llydaw by Gwenonwy, the
sister of Arthur.

Llanfrechfa, near Caerleon is said to be named after Caradoc Freichfras
(Strong Arm) who according to the Welsh Triads was Arthur's Chief Elder at
Gelliwig. His grandson was Medraut who died fighting Arthur at the battle of
Camlan.

Llanhennock, just east of Caerleon is a hamlet perched on the end of a narrow
ridge providing extensive views. The first church established here in the sixth
century was dedicated to St Henwg and is said to have been founded by his
son Taliesin. Henwg was ordained as a deacon by his cousin St Samson, whose
mother was Anna the sister of Arthur.

Llechau, occurs as the name of a stream near Caerleon and corresponds to
Llacheu. The Vulgate Merlin makes Llacheu an illegitimate son of Arthur by
Lissonar, the daughter of Earl Sevain of Castle Quimper-Corentin in Brittanny.

St julians about one mile to the west of Caerleon is believed to have been the
site of the church of ]ulius the Martyr, where Geoffrey of Monmouth claims
that Queen Guinevere became a nun. An Elizabethan mansion (unfortunately
demolished in the 1970s) was reputed to occupy the site of some monastic
buildings which echoed the tradition that here once stood a church dedicated
to ]ulius. His companion Aaron, who was martyred at the same time (1 ]uly
303), is said to have been buried at Penrhos to the north-east of Caerleon,
where a chapel was erected to his memory on the site of a small Roman camp,
constructed as an outpost to the Legionary fortress.
'Queen Guinevere gave way to despair. She fled to the City of the Legions and there, in
the church of ]`ulius the Martyr, she took her vows among the nuns, promising to lead
a chaste life'.

Tredunnock in the Usk Valley to the north of Caerleon is the location of a
strange Arthurian tale which is mentioned in the ancient B00k 0fLlundz1]j·T When
Cadoc was Abbot of Llancarfan, Arthur was in search of Ligessauc son of
Eliman, who had slain three of his knights. Cadoc concealed the agressor for
seven years, and ultimately persuaded Arthur to accept his arbitration, on the
banks of the river Usk. Arthur was awarded a hundred cows for the knights
but he insisted that every cow must be red before and white behind. The
resourceful Cadoc enchanted a herd of ordinary cows to this colouring, but
when Arthur's knights, Cai and Bedwr led them over the ford, they all turned
into bundles of fern. Arthur was humbled, and dedicated the spot as a
sanctuary under the name of Trefredinauc or Ferntown and it is now known as
Tredunnock.

Gwent as a name originated from Venta Silurum (Caerwent) and in the fifth
century Glywysing (founded by King Glywys) became united with Gwent.
The first ruler of this united kingdom was Tewdrig Fendigaid (the Blessed),
grandfather of Arthur. After 665 this kingdom became known as Morgannwg
after Arthur's son Morgan Mwynfawr.

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Friday, 18 November 2011

Bale & Ramsey

Has everyone forgotten the World Cup qualifiers? The last thing we need is for two of our biggest stars to suffer Olympic Games burn out, although it's not yet certain they'd be released by their clubs. One cannot bring the British Lions rugby team into the equation because it figures at the highest level of the sport, under 23s Olympics doesn't; on top of which we know that our international football identity has already come under scrutiny more than once, which could be made worse now by the situation in Spain, their 'home nations' namely the Catalans & Basques already have more autonomy than we do and arguably a stronger, not older, footballing tradition, look at Barcelona. What would be our defence if they asked for parity and were denied? It's too delicate to be tampered with, we've been fortunate to have 'national' representation because we wrote the rules and pocketed the rule book; I've got news for you, the rule book's been taken away from us.

(1) Byn Walters

(1) Byn Walters

Figures

I like figures; mathematical, feminine & virtual, so I'm happy that I've reached, and passed 2000 facebook friends; there is no intimate feminine figure in my life, and there hasn't been for a very long time; hopefully the virtual figures, some of them anyway, will translate into welcome customers for chapter 2 of 'Ty Elise' in the not too distant future. Summary at 18 Nov.: Friends number 2006; Ty Elise - 526 (which may rise in the next few months as the re-opening approaches); P for Briton - 99; My Brittany - 86; Music (& poetry) - 85; Welsh & Breton Sport - 57. 

Sunday, 13 November 2011

Fwd: C'est l'alphabet du Finistère



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BRETAGNE-RÉUNIE - BREIZH UNVAN
Newsletter du 13 11 2011
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Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

Suite à notre courrier adressé au Directeur de publication de « Nantes Passion » que vous avez eu en copie par la newsletter du 5 novembre,
Veuillez trouver l'article paru dans Ouest France de ce samedi 12 novembre.
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Saturday, 12 November 2011

Fwd: Un poète camerounais honoré en Bretagne



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BRETAGNE-RÉUNIE - BREIZH UNVAN

Newsletter du 12 11 2011

Information du Président Paul Loret

 

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Bonjour,

 

Concerne Remise du Prix International de poésie BRETAGNE REUNIE.

 

 

Bretagne Réunie est  heureuse de vous informer que le Prix international de poésie BRETAGNE REUNIE sera remis au poète camerounais Monsieur Jean-Claude AWONO qui sera présent, le dimanche 20 novembre 2011 à 11 heures dans le cadre du Festival du Livre en Bretagne de Guérande.

 

Nous vous remercions de l'intérêt que vous porterez à cette information et à cette distinction qui récompense un grand poète africain.

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En pièce jointe la biographie de Monsieur AWONO

 

 

 

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Friday, 11 November 2011

Open Doors

One door closes another one opens; the pub burnt down (I always wrote 'burned' then I noticed that my friends were writing 'burnt; when I was small I said 'burnt my finger', later I altered my pronunciation and the spelling to go with it, or vice versa, anyway I digress) I began going for long walks with my camera taking many photos of Brittany, then I started putting them on sale at the markets, not being worthwhile with the cost of petrol, now I can't afford the car insurance, instead I'm researching Welsh sport; Brittonic heritage; and music that comes out of Cymru/Wales & Breizh/Brittany, which I put on to their respective sites I've set up on Facebook, something I wouldn't otherwise have been able to do. Every now & again I glance across to the door and witness a shrew or a mouse or two being sadistically toyed with by my kitten Do(o)do(o), I'v gotten over my worm phobia so I pick up and throw out the ones she brings in. Two days ago I was sitting on the settee with my laptop guess where? listening to the Roy Noble Show, there was something he wanted to know so I tapped a few buttons, found what he was looking for and sent it in, it was gratefully acknowledged and mentioned again the following day which I missed, I know because a friend told me on facebook.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Fwd: 27 NOVEMBRE : 1ER CONCERT OF MY RESIDENCE TRES SURVEILLEE AU BONOBO STADIUM dé PLOURIVO



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Date: 2011/11/10
Subject: 27 NOVEMBRE : 1ER CONCERT OF MY RESIDENCE TRES SURVEILLEE AU BONOBO STADIUM dé PLOURIVO
To:


Bonjour,

Ma résidence surveillée se passe très bien ... Raymond et Malinga me traitent correctement


1er concert bonobotal avec Manu Roblès le dimanche 27 novembre za 16h et 2eme pour cloturer l'année avec le duo Desaneaux-Martin le dimanche 18 Décembre za 16h

Bonne journée et à bientôt

Rémi


Dimanche 27 NOVEMBRE za 16h


MANU ROBLES


 Manu Roblès
: chant, guitare

 Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique

Chansons iodées de Bretagne  et d'ailleurs (compositions de Manu Roblès)


manurobles

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Dimanche 18 DECEMBRE za 16h


DESANEAUX-MARTIN



 Marc Desaneaux : accordéon chromatique
  Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


Le retour 1 au Bonobo

Les 2 compères s'amuseront à nouveau avec leurs compositions respectives et tueuses

Marc Desaneaux | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos


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Dimanche 29 JANVIER 2012 za 16h



MARTIN AU CARRE DE L'HYPER TÔT L'AMUSE



  Jeanne Martin : violon
  Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


Répertoire de Martin-Pinc, Jeanne Martin, Toundra, Rémi Martin etc...
Ne dites pas à Sir Ronan Pinc que je le trompe, il ne m'en voudra pas !!

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Dimanche 26 FEVRIER za 16h


CHAUVE QUI PEUT SOURIT


   Gwenael Guilouzouic: chauve-souris cosmopolite
  Yann Quéré : conteur de nuit (tarif réduit)
  Rémi Martin : infrarouge à boutons, bruitages


Histoires, mythes et légende des chauves-souris


Yann Quere - Conteur, spectacles tout public et contes pour enfants

www.clohars-carnoet.fr - Site abbatial de Saint-Maurice

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Dimanche 25 MARS za 16h


LE TREUST- MARTIN



  Nathalie Le Treust : chant
  Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


Reprises de chansons d'Anne Sylvestre, Romain Didier, Felix Leclerc, Georges Brassens, Bobby Lapointe etc....


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Dimanche 29 AVRIL za 16h


TRIBUTE TO TABALICH 1988



 Gilbert Le Pennec : guitare
 Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


En 1988, Carré Manchot (1ere formule) enregistrait l'album ''Tabalich''
24 années + tard, Bébert (unique survivant de CM1 !) et ma pomme (in Carré Manchot de 1986 à 1988)  revisiteront cet album mythique . . . . K7 collektor introuvable de nos jours !



CARREMANCHOT siteofficiel


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Samedi 26 MAI za 21h


 LABORIE- MARTIN



 Berthe Sylvia Laborie : chant
 Dom Rémy Martin : accordéon diatonique



Le retour 2 au Bonobo 
De l'amour à la révolte et réciproquement .... que demande le peuple ?
Concert spécial thérapie post-élection

Duo Laborie Martin | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos

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Vendredi 22 JUIN za 21h


MARTIN-PINC


  Ronan Pinc :  etc .... et violon
 Rémi Martin :  etc .... et accordéon diatonique 


Le retour 3 au Bonobo 
  17 années d'existence . . . .  ça s'fête dignement sans attendre la majorité et ce n'est que justice voir plus


Le Site Officiel de Ronan Pinc

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Vendredi 27 JUILLET za 21h


  BLEJEAN-MARTIN


  Loïc Blejean : uilleann pipes, low wistles
  Rémi Martin :  accordéon diatonique


Rencontre entre un vieux ex Carré Manchot  et un tout beau, tout neuf toujours en exercice
Les jeunes ne respectent plus rien ..... néké possib !

 

Loic BLEJEAN | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos

CARRE MANCHOT - site officiel

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Samedi 25 AOÛT za 21h


MARTIN-PERON


Youenn Peron : flûte traversière
Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


A l'instar de Martin Veyron, ce duo aime dessiner les mélodies bretonnes et irlandaises
Tribute to Yann ha Youenn Peron etc .... les gavottes et les autres n'auront qu'à bien se tenir

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Dimanche 23 SEPTEMBRE za 16h


Y'EN A MARRE D'L'ACCORDEON



  Marc Desaneaux : accordéon chromatique
  Malo Morvan: accordéon bisonore
  Rémi Martin : accordéon diatonique


Ah oui, y'en a vraiment marre de l'accordéon à la fin . . . . et à vrai dire dès le début
Prouvez le !


Marc Desaneaux | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos,Videos

Le Site de Malo Morvan


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Dimanche 28 OCTOBRE za 16h


REMI ET LES LIBELLULES MAUVES



Rémi Martin : Nos intimes (Ivresses)


N'ayez pas peur des libellules mauves rêveuses

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Cé toujours 10 neurones le pestacoulo/grand chimpanzé et 5 neurones pour leur petit  . . . .  and orange juce, coffee, rosé de l'après-midi et du soir, agua minéral, anjou feu, white sauvignon, tea for you and tea for forty, merlot l'enchanteur rouge, beers, michokos und galettes St-Michel toujours à votre service bénévolement.

  Y faut réserver uniquement par mail  : remidasmartin@gmail.com


Merci


Raymond et Malinga , roi et reine du Bonobo Stadium

--
Rémi MARTIN
Bonobo Stadium dé Plourivo ( scène conjugale)
Université Plourivo IV
30,hent ar chist'r
22860 PLOURIVO


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