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Eugène Pottier

1816-1887 FR
Pop, Brass, Folk and World
A.k.a. Eugène Edine Pottier

Eugène Pottier (1816 - 1887) was a French revolutionary socialist, poet, and transport worker. Pottier was elected a member of the Paris municipal council - the Paris Commune, in March 1871. During the Commune he wrote the poem L'Internationale which, once set to music by Pierre Degeyter, became the International Workingmen's Association anthem during its last years (1871 - 1876), and has been used by most socialist and leftist political internationals since.

        
Genres
  • Pop
  • Brass
  • Folk
  • World
Discography
Title Artist Year Type
InternacionalPierre Degeyter, Eugène Pottier1986Single
De InternationaleEugène Pottier, Pierre Degeyter1969Single
Vive la Sociale Chansons FouriéristesSimone Bartel, Eugène Pottier, Georges DurbanSingle
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