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Gustave Nadaud

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A

Amours passéesAnacharsis en FranceAu bois de Boulogne

C

Chansons de Béranger

D

Dame SottiseDevoir c'est avoirDouble rencontre

E

Entre Lyon et Condrieu

H

Histrion

J

Jours perdus

L

La branche mèreLa complainte du Grand PrussienLa croix rougeLa demoiselle du châteauLa femme et l'arbreLa fiancée allemandeLa grande blesséeLa grande classeLa jeune fille en deuilLa pluieLa vieille servanteL'aïeuleL'âme qui chanteL'ancien tisserandL'anniversaire d'un ouvrierLe barbillon et le brochetLe bois de la VillegonthierLe bon amiLe bon oncleLe boulanger de GonesseLe bourgeois de BohêmeLe boute-en-trainLe château du fouLe cocher des grèvesLe cœur volantLe collierLe cousin CharlesLe créduleLe fantassinLe médecin PhilopathosLe murLe pasteur d'hommesLe petit roiLe train des marisLe veauLe vin du RhinLe voyage aérienLes bruits du silenceLes deux ArcadiensLes deux MadeleineLes deux notairesLes deux pôlesLes malheureuxLes nouveaux boulevardsLes ruines de ParisLes têtes couronnéesL'étoile absenteLettre d'un amoureuxLutétia

M

Mon héritageMon ministèreMon vin de CormatinMontagne et vallée

O

Opinion politique de Mr. Lamiral

P

Parisien et provincialPauvres artistes!Pensées de l'absent

R

Regard en avantRome future

S

Saint FrusquinSamedi soirSinon, jamais!Souhait

T

Trois mille francs de rente

U

Un été

V

Venise reine

À

À une étrangère
Wikipedia
Gustave Nadaud (20 February 1820, in Roubaix – 28 April 1893, in Passy) was a French songwriter and chansonnier.
Nadaud's first career was as an accountant; he took up songwriting as a hobby at age 28. His friends encouraged him, and he submitted his work for publication in L'Illustration and Le Figaro. This genre of songwriting followed on from writers of the previous generation such as Pierre-Jean de Béranger.
Many of his songs were political; his Pandore and Soldat du Marsala were both forbidden under the Second French Empire. Others were like simple folk songs, such as Carcassonne, which is the lament of a peasant who was never able to visit Carcassonne, a city on the Aude River near the Pyrenees, famous for its medieval fortress.
Although Nadaud wrote over 300 songs, he died in poverty. A college in Wattrelos, in northern France, is named after him.