Zola publie en 1898 l'article «J'accuse» dans L'Aurore, pour dénoncer l'incroyable erreur judiciaire portée à l'encontre d'Alfred Dreyfus. L' "affaire" a divisé la France pendant 12 ans, et a révélé l'anti-sémitisme qui sévissait alors.
Ce texte est le modèle le plus célèbre d'un appel à la justice des hommes par la seule force des mots et de la presse…
An 'essayistic' documentary in which Greenaway's fierce criticism of today's visual illiteracy is argued by means of a forensic search of Rembrandt's Nightwatch. Greenaway explains the background, the context, the conspiracy, the murder and the motives of all its thirty-four painted characters who have conspired to kill for their combined self-advantage. Greenaway leads us through Rembrandt's paintings into seventeenth-century Amsterdam. He paints a world that is democratic in principle, but is almost entirely ruled by twelve families. The notion exists of these regents as charitable and compassionate entities. However, reality was different.
Damien Saez is a French singer/songwriter who first studied music — piano — at the Conservatoire National de Région de Dijon before signing to Island/Universal in 1999. Influenced by classic rock artists such as Led Zeppelin, the Sex Pistols, and U2, as well as '90s giants Jeff Buckley, Blur, and Radiohead, Saez — born in Savoy, France on August 1, 1977 — recorded and released his first album, Jours Étranges, late in 1999, and the collection sold well and earned him quite a good number of plaudits. "J'accuse" is his fifth album. Highly recommended for catchy melodies, angry guitars and percussion.
Documentary film-essay, in which Greenaway's fierce criticism of today's illiteracy was adopted by the research and study of Rembrandt "Night Watch". Greenaway explains the background, context, conspiracy, murder and the motives of all 34 pictures of characters, which, together, secretly conspired to murder.
Abel published quite a few chamber works with flute, meeting the demand for new music by the many gentleman flutists in England. The flute concertos contained here, despite their opus number, were never published, but are found in a manuscript held in Leipzig which can be dated prior to 1759. Stylistically these works have left the Baroque far behind, with regular phrases, simple basses , broad harmonic movement. The melodies make ample use of lombardic rhythms and syncopations and the florid passaggi sparkles with triplets and scalar passages in sixteenths. Though there are occasional harmonic complications which recall Abel's background, the overall tone here is that of the Enlightenment. Who can Abel have written these works for?