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Maurice Maeterlinck

1862-1949 BE, Ghent
Spoken Word, Children's Music and Classical
A.k.a. Maurice Polydore Marie Bernard Maeterlinck - from 1932 Count

Belgian poet, playwright and essayist, born 29 August 1862 in Ghent, Belgium and died 6 May 1949 in Nice, France. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1911. The main themes in his work are death and the meaning of life.

  • Spoken Word
  • Children's Music
  • Classical
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J'ai Marche Trente Ans, Mes Soeurs on Poemontages: 100 Years of French Poetry by Jacques Henry Lévesque

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Title Artist Year Type
Pasărea AlbastrăMaurice Maeterlinck1990Album
A Kék MadárMaurice Maeterlinck1987Album
Синяя Птица. Музыкальная Сказка По Пьесе М. Метерлинка К Спектаклю МХАТ СССРMaurice Maeterlinck, Илья Сац1975Album
Les Douze Chansons / La Chanson D'eveMaurice MaeterlinckAlbum
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