• Versailles water transportation system working model!

    Ever wondered how they got all that water to the fountains and lakes in Versailles for King Louis? Well with a lot of engineering and work is was pumped uphill and then gravity driven to Versailles where the water was used for everything expect something useful for the common people of France lol. Make sure to like and Subscribe if you like my videos. Thanks!

    published: 04 Aug 2013
  • Music at Versailles: instrumental works by Jean-Baptiste Lully and Marin Marais (1670-1710)

    To skip to a different piece, click on the time stamp displayed next to the title: 0:06 Grand air de guerre (Jean-Baptiste de Lully, 1707) 2:49 Allemande from Suite #1 in D minor (Marin Marais, 1686) 5:05 Bourrée (J-B Lully, 1707) 7:06 Courante form Suite #1 in D minor (M Marais, 1686) 8:48 Grand air en suitte (J-B Lully, 1707) 10:03 Ouverture-Chaconne (J-B Lully, 1690) 12:02 Rondeau (J-B Lully, 1707) 13:44 Prelude pour l'amour (J-B Lully, 1681) 14:47 Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs (J-B Lully, 1670) PROGRAM NOTES King Louis XIV of France and Navarre, the so-called Sun-King, was often compared to the Greek god Apollo by the master artists of his generation. Louis was a connoisseur of fine paintings, architecture, music, ballet and courtly ladies. He was an extrov...

    published: 28 Mar 2018
  • Monteverdi - Vespers, "Vespro della Beata Vergine" | John Eliot Gardiner, Palace of Versailles [HD]

    Claudio Monteverdi - Vespro della Beata Vergine, 1610. Sir John Eliot Gardiner at the Versailles Chapelle Royale with the Monteverdi Choir, the English Baroque Soloists and the Pages du Centre de musique Baroque de Versailles, Palace of Versailles, 2014. In 1964, Gardiner conducted it for the first time, and then he decided to found the Monteverdi Choir. This concert actually marks the 50th anniversary of this world-renowned vocal ensemble. Monteverdi Choir & Orchestras, please visit the support section of the website http://www.monteverdi.co.uk/support Parts: 2:10 Domine ad adiuvandum 4:38 Dixit Dominus 13:13 Nigra sum sed formosa 17:58 Laudate, pueri, Dominum 24:15 Pulchra es, amica mea 28:32 Laetatus sum 36:24 Duo Seraphim clamabant 43:53 Nisi Dominus aedificaverit domum 48:54 Audi, co...

    published: 22 Mar 2014
  • Jeff Koons Versailles

    The Château de Versailles presents the exhibition Jeff Koons Versailles in the Royal Apartments and in the gardens of the Castle. The show presents seventeen Jeff Koons works, including his most significant works from the Eighties to these days. The project focuses on the close relationship between each work and the space surrounding it. The works have been selected specifically for Les grands appartements at the piano nobile, composed by Les appartements du Roi (The Kings apartments) and Les appartements de la Reine (The Queens apartments), which formed a suite of several rooms en enfilade. These large apartments are the most prestigious and important spaces of the Castle, since they were the official halls of the Sun King, composed as one of the richest expression of art and architecture...

    published: 29 Sep 2008
  • Versailles Pattern Installation Houston tile works

    installation of natural stone travertine. Versailles pattern with 1/16 space. Another great job done by http://www.houstontileworks.com

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • The Palace of Versailles

    The Chateau of Versailles remains forever the emblematic symbol of Louis XIV, whose reign lasted for almost half a century. It is recognized as one of the most beautiful works of art of the 17th century France. The most symbolic of the rooms is no doubt the Hall of Mirrors. During the next century, under the reign of Louis XV, the Chapel and the Opera were completed. The Chateau ceased to function as the seat of official power in 1789 with the French Revolution. This program presents a tour of the many rooms and works of art inside of France's national treasure. The Orangery at the Chateau of Versailles was designed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart in the 17th century. Please visit http://www.kultur.com/Palace-of-Versailles-p/d4757.htm for more information on this program

    published: 18 Nov 2011
  • First Look: Discover the Château that Inspired Versailles

    Vaux-Le-Vicomte, one of France’s most magnificent châteaus, is a masterpiece of 17th century architecture and design. Treasures from Vaux-Le-Vicomte, Sotheby’s original video series presented by Hennessy, explores the château’s fascinating history and introduces the family restoring it for the past century. Download The Sotheby’s App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sothe... FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Newsletter: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sothebys/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sothebys Twitter: https://twitter.com/sothebys Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ Weibo: www.weibo.com/sothebyshongkong WeChat: sothebyshongkong Snapchat: Sothebys

    published: 15 Nov 2017
  • Exclusive Interview with Takashi Murakami at Versailles

    http://www.vernissage.tv | Interview with Takashi Murakami 村上 隆 at the occasion of his exhibition at the Chateau de Versailles near Paris, France. Interview and video by Christophe Ecoffet. After Jeff Koons in 2008 and Xavier Veilhan in 2009, this year Takashi Murakami takes over the Château de Versailles. It's Takashi Murakami's first major retrospective in France. VernissageTV correspondent Christophe Ecoffet met the artist in the garden of the palace for an exclusive interview. On display in the 15 rooms of the Château and in the gardens are 22 major works, 11 of them have been created exclusively for this exhibition. According to the curator of the show, Laurent Le Bon, Murakami Versailles "is a walk, a trail throughout the "landscape area" of Versailles... The general public wil...

    published: 24 Sep 2010
  • Visitors To Versailles

    Watch a video preview of the exhibition Visitors to Versailles (1682–1789), on view at The Met Fifth Avenue from April 16 through July 29, 2018. Featuring Daniëlle Kisluk-Grosheide, Henry R. Kravis Curator of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts. The palace of Versailles and its gardens have attracted travelers ever since it was transformed under the direction of the Sun King, Louis XIV, from a simple hunting lodge into one of the most magnificent and public courts of Europe. Bringing together works from The Met, the Château de Versailles, and over 50 lenders, this exhibition will highlight the experiences of travelers from 1682, when Louis XIV moved his court to Versailles, to 1789, when the royal family was forced to leave the palace and return to Paris. Through paintings, portraits,...

    published: 06 Mar 2018
  • Best of Jean Baptiste Lully. 1 Hour Classical Baroque Music. HQ Recording

    Enjoy this Classic Music video with the biggest masterpice of all time, This video collects THE BEST OF Jean Baptiste Lully. HQ [Full Recording in High Quality Sound]. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Classical-Music-632527326820785/?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/@tunesclassical Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/album?id=Bsbwe27hiwldd4tupj47am3wpxa Jean-Baptiste Lully born Giovanni Battista Lulli; 28 November 1632 – 22 March 1687) was an Italian-born French composer, instrumentalist, and dancer who spent most of his life working in the court of Louis XIV of France. He is considered the chief master of the French baroque style. Lully disavowed any Italian influence in French music of the period. He became a French subject in 1661.

    published: 21 Sep 2014
  • Versailles gardens showcase work by Korean artist Lee Ufan

    In the heart of France's Versailles palace, a modern installation is cutting a bold figure. The works by Korean artist Ulfan are featured in the royal gardens until November 2014. Duration: 02:12

    published: 17 Jun 2014
  • Jeff Koons: Versailles | ART21 "Exclusive"

    Episode #080: From his studio in New York City, Jeff Koons discusses his 2008 exhibition at the Château de Versailles in France. Koons explores the power and sensuality of the grounds at Versailles, citing Louis Quatorze (Louis XIV) as an inspriation for his 1992 piece, "Puppy," a large floral sculpture made out of 60,000 large flowers. Jeff Koons plucks images and objects from popular culture, framing questions about taste and pleasure. His contextual sleight-of-hand, which transforms banal items into sumptuous icons, takes on a psychological dimension through dramatic shifts in scale, spectacularly engineered surfaces, and subliminal allegories of animals, humans, and anthropomorphized objects. The subject of art history is a constant undercurrent, whether Koons elevates kitsch to the...

    published: 30 Oct 2009
  • Writing Goals in Versailles

    Time to talk about my writing goals for this year, and get an idea for how I want to move forward into the field. Versailles works as a nice setting for all of this, as usual. Into the Nanten online: http://intothenanten.com/journal and in audio: http://books.noisetrade.com/jayswanson/into-the-nanten-the-record-of-my - Help me make more videos at http://patreon.com/jayswanson and then find me on the internet in all of the usual spots: http://twitter.com/jayonaboat http://instagram.com/jayswanson (me) http://instagram.com/mindofjayswanson (books) http://facebook.com/jay.swanson.author Music by: Dyalla (AMAZING) My name is Jay Swanson - I'm an American writer living in Paris on an artist visa and hoping to make the city of light my home base - at least for the foreseeable future. I write s...

    published: 02 Aug 2017
  • Versailles - Serge Lancen

    Serge Lance was born in Paris 1922. The whole of his life has been dominated by music. He wrote his first work at the age of four. Lancen studied the piano with Marguerite Long and composition with Tony Aubin at the conservatory of his native town. In 1949 he won a prize for his Etudes, and some time later he was awarded the Prix de Rome! His work as a composer is very varied and includes symphonic music, choral works, ballet music and several concertos. Versailles, composed and premiered in 1980, is a 4-part piece in which Serge Lancen seems to paint a musical portrait of the wellknown castle of Versailles. For more information: http://www.molenaar.com/web/Details.aspx?isartist=0&id=8801

    published: 03 Sep 2016
  • Versailles music fountain

    Secretly, slaves underground work the levers and pulleys to control the water flow in pace with the music. At least that's how it works back in the 17th century. Jaws were falling and heads were exploding when people saw this back then, to the chorus of a real symphony instead of recorded loud speaker music.

    published: 22 Apr 2011
  • The opulent style of Marie Antoinette, The Queen's Chamber- Versailles

    Sweeping away the old court and its traditions, not only did Marie Antoinette insist on living as she wished, but also imposed her personal taste on Versailles. Here's her bedroom that reflects her opulent taste. À Suivre Other Versailles videos: A magnificent tour of Château de Versailles, the royal palace and gardens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hecg9We44Ds Royal Serenade in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er-Lgyt4KZE A magnificent walk in the gardens of the Château de Versailles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxMyDRVRlXw

    published: 19 Oct 2014
  • Versailles water works show

    les grandes eaux de Versailles. Big Basin Show

    published: 24 Apr 2011
  • Fountain engineer - Restoration of the 18th century pipes

    For over a year, you can follow live the restoration of a key feature of the gardens of Versailles, the Latona fountain, on http://latone.chateauversailles.fr/en. Discover how the fountain engineers of Versailles restore the historical pipes of the fountains thanks to a seal made of lead. More informations on : http://latone.chateauversailles.fr/en http://www.chateauversailles.fr #Latone Join us on : Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/chateauversailles Twitter : https://twitter.com/CVersailles Google + : https://plus.google.com/108470421329344238122/posts © Château de Versailles, 2013

    published: 28 Jun 2013
  • Contemporary artists bring giant sculptures to Versailles groves

    As the winter season approaches, 14 international artists were tasked with installing works of arts in 14 of the famous groves of the Versailles gardens where Kings and Queens once entertained their visitors.

    published: 19 Oct 2017
  • Scientific and Aesthetic: Works that Influenced Versailles and Oak Spring

    Antoine Jacobsohn from the Potager du Roi (King's Kitchen Garden) at the Palace of Versailles shares his thoughts on a few items from OSGF's collection. You can read Antoine's blog about his travels to Oak Spring and other significant gardens in the region here: https://ensp-usa18.wixsite.com/blog Music: Lee Maddeford, 'Le petit jardin (with Les Gauchers Orchestra)" https://goo.gl/HiwJei

    published: 08 Mar 2018
  • Veilhan at Versailles

    http://www.vernissage.tv | Last year, American artist Jeff Koons presented his works at the Chateau de Versailles near Paris, France. (Jeff Koons at Versailles at VernissageTV: click here: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2008/09/16/jeff-koons-versailles/ ) This year, French artist Xavier Veilhan shows his works in the Gardens, Royal Court, and apartments of the Versailles Palace. Xavier Veilhan: My project for Versailles mainly addresses the outdoor realm, following an east/west axis across the estate, from the Place dArmes to Le Nôtres formal gardens. I will be placing several works or groups of works conceived especially for this exhibition, which will articulate the continuity that joins the sites history to its contemporary protraction. This is a project that is dynamic, classical, ...

    published: 18 Sep 2009
  • Versailles '73: American Runway Revolution | Official Trailer | FilmBuff

    When African American models such as Bethann Hardison, Pat Cleveland, Alva Chinn, and Billie Blair boarded the plane to Paris in 1973, they had no idea they would help change the course of fashion and pull off its biggest coup. The 1973 Grand Divertissement at Versailles became history and legend for pitting the crème de la crème of French couture fashion - Givenchy, Dior, Ungaro, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Cardin against upstart American designers Halston, Oscar de la Renta, Anne Klein, Stephen Burrows and Bill Blass. It was not only the first time French and American designers were shown together but it smashed the glass ceiling loudly and irrevocably for ethnic models in high fashion across the globe. Official Websitehttp://www.versailles73movie.com/ IMDb –http://www.imdb.com/ti...

    published: 16 Jan 2013
  • The Sims 3 Versailles -Speed Build- The School!

    - Hey guys! Welcome to the first community lot, one of many speed building videos for my "create a world" project, Versailles! This is the school venue for my Versailles themed world! It's only a shell, the school rabbit hole is inside (the basement) of this lot. It will be fully functional and the sims will be able to access the rabbit hole with no problems! Enjoy the video! I need your guy's help on the name of the school itself! Comment down below some awesome french school names! Cheers! - XFreezerBunnyX --Contact Links-- -Twitter: https://twitter.com/XFreezerBunnyX -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kingkamisama/482258915190411 -The Sims 3 Page: http://mypage.thesims3.com/mypage/Amitaliri619

    published: 23 Jun 2014
  • Versailles, The restoration of the Hall of Mirrors | INA Archive

    Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTiOb0psCpXfbNyY_rZTiJA?sub_confirmation=1 13th July 2007 Works on the restoration of the Hall of Mirrors of the Château of Versailles thanks to the private patronage of the French firm VINCI. 13 juillet 2007 Travaux de restauration de la Galerie des Glaces du château de Versailles grâce au mécénat privé de l'entreprise française VINCI

    published: 29 May 2015
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Versailles water transportation system working model!
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Versailles water transportation system working model!

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Ever wondered how they got all that water to the fountains and lakes in Versailles for King Louis? Well with a lot of engineering and work is was pumped uphill and then gravity driven to Versailles where the water was used for everything expect something useful for the common people of France lol. Make sure to like and Subscribe if you like my videos. Thanks!
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Music at Versailles: instrumental works by Jean-Baptiste Lully and Marin Marais (1670-1710)
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Music at Versailles: instrumental works by Jean-Baptiste Lully and Marin Marais (1670-1710)

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To skip to a different piece, click on the time stamp displayed next to the title: 0:06 Grand air de guerre (Jean-Baptiste de Lully, 1707) 2:49 Allemande from Suite #1 in D minor (Marin Marais, 1686) 5:05 Bourrée (J-B Lully, 1707) 7:06 Courante form Suite #1 in D minor (M Marais, 1686) 8:48 Grand air en suitte (J-B Lully, 1707) 10:03 Ouverture-Chaconne (J-B Lully, 1690) 12:02 Rondeau (J-B Lully, 1707) 13:44 Prelude pour l'amour (J-B Lully, 1681) 14:47 Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs (J-B Lully, 1670) PROGRAM NOTES King Louis XIV of France and Navarre, the so-called Sun-King, was often compared to the Greek god Apollo by the master artists of his generation. Louis was a connoisseur of fine paintings, architecture, music, ballet and courtly ladies. He was an extrovert, a dancer who enjoyed dressing up in finery and tall shoes. But he was also an absolute dictator and a formidable warrior who defeated the Dutch in battle and established France as an undisputed European powerhouse, culturally and militarily. Versailles Palace was the epitome of excessive extravagance in the Age of the "Divine" Kings. In this video, I tried to capture the grandiosity at the court of the fourteenth Louis by incorporating the art and architecture from Versailles and superimposing the pompous ballet music of Jean-Baptiste de Lully. But not all the sounds of the Versailles repertoire was pompous. The music for bass viol by Marin Marais, Lully's colleague, was a more subdued, complex and austere sound reminiscent of Tobias Hume and Bach's cello suite. Even Lully had his subtle moments with the "Prelude pour l'amour" in which he stipulates a consort of soft instruments, specifically a quartet of transverse flutes (les flutes allemagne). Below I have listed the musical excerpts and briefly described the artwork accompanying them: 1. Grand air de guerre (Jean-Baptiste de Lully) (MIDI source: Aeolian Consort, geocities.jp) a. Grand air de guerre, MS Philidor, 1707 b. Hall of Mirrors, Château de Versailles c. Louis XIV portrait, Hyacinthe Rigaud, 1701 d. Baroque oboe, Anon. Italian, c1710 e. Versailles gate with Sun-King emblem, Dennis Jarvis f. Salon de la guerre, Versailles, 1715 g. Salon d'Hercule, Versailles 2. Allemande from Suite #1 in D minor (Marin Marais) (MIDI source: Sarge Gerbode, gerbode.net) a. Allemande, MS Jean Hurel, 1686 b. Marin Marais portrait, André Bouys, 1704 c. Lady playing lute, Anon. Franco-Flemish, 17th cent. d. Bass viola da gamba, Joachim Tielke, Hamburg, 1683 e. Gamba scroll, Tielke, 1683 f. Woman lutenist, Willem van Mieris, 1711 3. Bourrée (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: Aeolian Consort, geocities.jp) a. Bourrée, MS Philidor, 1707 b. Concert, Donato Creti, 1697 c. Musicians at the Medici court, Antonio Dom.Gabbiani, 1687 d. Self portrait, Peter Lely, c1648 e. Corridor to the theater, Versailles 4. Courante form Suite #1 in D minor (M Marais) (MIDI source: Sarge Gerbode, gerbode.net) a. Courante, MS Jean Hurel, 1686 b. Lady with gamba, Caspar Netscher, c1670 c. David Leeuw & Family (detail), Abraham van den Tempel 1671 d. Pièces de viole, Livre 1, front page, 1686 5. Grand air en suitte (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: Aeolian Consort, geocities.jp) a. Grand air, MS Philidor, 1707 b. Baroque oboe, Willem Beukers, Holland, c1700 c. Oboe (detail), Beukers d. Harpsichord, Anon. Italian, 17th cent. 6. Ouverture-Chaconne (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: Marc Lanoiselée, IMSLP.org) a. Chaconne, MS André Danican Philidor, 1690 b. Jean-Baptiste Lully portrait, Paul Mignard, c1680 c. Apotheosis of Hercules, François Le Moine, 1731 d. Concert at the Medici court, A.D. Gabbiani, c1687 7. Rondeau (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: Aeolian Consort, geocities.jp) a. Rondeau, MS Philidor, 1707 b. Louis XIV as ballet dancer c. Louis XIV as Roman warrior, 1666 d. Baroque violin, Antonio Stradivarius, 1680 e. Cipriani Potter violin, Stradivarius, 1683 f. View of Versailles, Anon. French, c1668 8. Prelude pour l'amour (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: midiworld.com) a. Versailles courtyard b. Marie Mancini (XIV Louis' love interest), J.F. Voet, 1660 9. Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs (J-B Lully) (MIDI source: Hajime Tokuno) a. Hall of Mirrors, Versailles b. Allegory of Louis' victory in war, Charles le Brun, c1684 c. Louis XIV bust, Bernini, 1665 Each musical selection in this video is a MIDI file that was extensively edited using software programs. No segment of this soundtrack was a live performance.
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Monteverdi - Vespers, "Vespro della Beata Vergine" | John Eliot Gardiner, Palace of Versailles [HD]
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Monteverdi - Vespers, "Vespro della Beata Vergine" | John Eliot Gardiner, Palace of Versailles [HD]

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Claudio Monteverdi - Vespro della Beata Vergine, 1610. Sir John Eliot Gardiner at the Versailles Chapelle Royale with the Monteverdi Choir, the English Baroque Soloists and the Pages du Centre de musique Baroque de Versailles, Palace of Versailles, 2014. In 1964, Gardiner conducted it for the first time, and then he decided to found the Monteverdi Choir. This concert actually marks the 50th anniversary of this world-renowned vocal ensemble. Monteverdi Choir & Orchestras, please visit the support section of the website http://www.monteverdi.co.uk/support Parts: 2:10 Domine ad adiuvandum 4:38 Dixit Dominus 13:13 Nigra sum sed formosa 17:58 Laudate, pueri, Dominum 24:15 Pulchra es, amica mea 28:32 Laetatus sum 36:24 Duo Seraphim clamabant 43:53 Nisi Dominus aedificaverit domum 48:54 Audi, coelum, verba mea 58:08 Lauda, Jerusalem, Dominum 1:03:33 Sonata sopra 'Sancta Maria' ora pro nobis 1:11:01 Ave maris stella 1:21:20 Magnificat The historical interest of this work is almost as great as its inherent qualities. Vespers are part of the daily Offices, or Canonical Hours, of the church, music for the Offices including psalms (with antiphons), hymns, and canticles, as well as chanted lessons (with responsories). Although inspired by the Church Office, Monteverdi's Vespers in many ways transcends the original concept, perfectly exemplifying the transition between austere Renaissance polyphony and sheer Baroque splendor. Monteverdi makes his characteristic contribution to sacred music in a bold, almost operatic, style, complete with daring stereophonic and echo effects, and includes a suite of instrumental dances, concerti sections for both voices and orchestra, and a love song. Completed in 1610, the Vespers was written for the court of the Gonzaga family in Mantua, where Monteverdi was employed from 1590 to 1612, and dedicated to Pope Paul V. But the composition's true home is undoubtedly the cathedral of St. Mark in Venice, where Monteverdi was appointed maestro di cappella in 1613. Indeed, the Vespers could well have been conceived with its echoing spaces, galleries, balconies, organ, and choir lofts in mind. The overture, for choir and orchestra, is manifestly operatic, and close to that of Monteverdi's first opera, Orfeo - an upsurge of joyous energy, interposed by an orchestral toccata and ending with a jubilant Alleluia. The instrumentation (cornets, sackbuts, a variety of single and double reeds, recorders, strings, organ, and harpsichord) is, with the exception of the instrumental ritornelli, mainly intended to contribute to the formal structure of the choral sections, coloring the choir in the manner of organ stops, as in the "Dixit Dominus," "Laetatus sum," "Audi, coelum," and the beginning and end of the closing Magnificat, the climax of the whole work. The ways in which Monteverdi treats the cantus firmus by incorporating it into the counterpoint of the choral writing, as in "Dixit Dominus" (Psalm 109), is not found in earlier choral literature, nor is the flowing, unfettered parlando (recitation) style used in "Nigra sum," a metrically free poem with allusions to the biblical Song of Solomon. The concerto "Due Seraphim" is probably the most interesting section in the Vespers. It is set for two "answering" voices - a sort of singing competition for angels - and almost exceeds the limits of human vocal technique. The choral writing is also demanding in its splendor and complexity, much of it in six, seven, and, as in the psalm "Laudate pueri," eight parts; yet the simplicity of the two-part hymn Ave Maris stella is also among the many treasures of this magnificent work. Back in 2010, Gardiner had already conducted the Vespro at Versailles' Chapelle Royale, winning broad acclaim; this is the reason why it was decided to film the 2014 concert. The title page of the first edition is inscribed "ad Sacella sive Principum Cubicula accomodata Opera" (for use in princely rooms and chapels). According to the conductor, Versailles Chapelle Royale is the perfect place to perform this masterpiece, because the spatial disposition makes the audience experience the feeling of Renaissance concerts: the architecture and the various levels enhance the echo and the dialogs between the singers, performing from different heights. Silvia Frigato, Emanuela Galli, sopranos Raffaele Pè, alto Krystian Adam, Nicholas Mulroy, Gareth Treseder, tenors Alexander Ashworth, Robert Davies, bass The Monteverdi Choir The English Baroque Soloists Les Pages du Centre de musique baroque de Versailles John Eliot Gardiner Royal Chapel at Versailles (Versailles, France) Movie director: Stéphan Aubé Production: Wahoo - Château de Versailles Disclaimer: All the music video belong to their rightful owners and creators, to whom all credit goes. My intend is purely for educational purposes and to expose more people to these wonderful works. I do not intend any copyright infringement and will gladly remove this video if asked to.
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Jeff Koons Versailles
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Jeff Koons Versailles

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The Château de Versailles presents the exhibition Jeff Koons Versailles in the Royal Apartments and in the gardens of the Castle. The show presents seventeen Jeff Koons works, including his most significant works from the Eighties to these days. The project focuses on the close relationship between each work and the space surrounding it. The works have been selected specifically for Les grands appartements at the piano nobile, composed by Les appartements du Roi (The Kings apartments) and Les appartements de la Reine (The Queens apartments), which formed a suite of several rooms en enfilade. These large apartments are the most prestigious and important spaces of the Castle, since they were the official halls of the Sun King, composed as one of the richest expression of art and architecture. In this video: impressions from the press preview with statements by Jeff Koons. The exhibition runs until December 14, 2008. Versailles / France, September 10, 2008. Video by Christophe Ecoffet.
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Versailles Pattern Installation Houston tile works
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Versailles Pattern Installation Houston tile works

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installation of natural stone travertine. Versailles pattern with 1/16 space. Another great job done by http://www.houstontileworks.com
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The Palace of Versailles
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The Palace of Versailles

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The Chateau of Versailles remains forever the emblematic symbol of Louis XIV, whose reign lasted for almost half a century. It is recognized as one of the most beautiful works of art of the 17th century France. The most symbolic of the rooms is no doubt the Hall of Mirrors. During the next century, under the reign of Louis XV, the Chapel and the Opera were completed. The Chateau ceased to function as the seat of official power in 1789 with the French Revolution. This program presents a tour of the many rooms and works of art inside of France's national treasure. The Orangery at the Chateau of Versailles was designed by Jules Hardouin-Mansart in the 17th century. Please visit http://www.kultur.com/Palace-of-Versailles-p/d4757.htm for more information on this program
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First Look: Discover the Château that Inspired Versailles
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First Look: Discover the Château that Inspired Versailles

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Vaux-Le-Vicomte, one of France’s most magnificent châteaus, is a masterpiece of 17th century architecture and design. Treasures from Vaux-Le-Vicomte, Sotheby’s original video series presented by Hennessy, explores the château’s fascinating history and introduces the family restoring it for the past century. Download The Sotheby’s App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sothe... FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Newsletter: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sothebys/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sothebys Twitter: https://twitter.com/sothebys Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ Weibo: www.weibo.com/sothebyshongkong WeChat: sothebyshongkong Snapchat: Sothebys
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Exclusive Interview with Takashi Murakami at Versailles
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Exclusive Interview with Takashi Murakami at Versailles

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http://www.vernissage.tv | Interview with Takashi Murakami 村上 隆 at the occasion of his exhibition at the Chateau de Versailles near Paris, France. Interview and video by Christophe Ecoffet. After Jeff Koons in 2008 and Xavier Veilhan in 2009, this year Takashi Murakami takes over the Château de Versailles. It's Takashi Murakami's first major retrospective in France. VernissageTV correspondent Christophe Ecoffet met the artist in the garden of the palace for an exclusive interview. On display in the 15 rooms of the Château and in the gardens are 22 major works, 11 of them have been created exclusively for this exhibition. According to the curator of the show, Laurent Le Bon, Murakami Versailles "is a walk, a trail throughout the "landscape area" of Versailles... The general public will be able to view and admire his creations, which are often technical masterpieces. The allegories and other myths of Versailles thus carry on a dialogue with the dreamlike creatures of Takashi Murakami, sometimes inspired by traditional Japanes art." Among the works presented to the public for the first time are the giant "Oval Buddha" on the Water Parterre in the garden, "Flower Matango" in the Hall of Mirrors, and "Yume Lion (The Dream Lion) in the Apollo Salon of the Château. Takashi Murakami was born in 1962 in Tokyo, Japan. He has a PhD in Nihonga painting from the Tokyo University of the Arts. Murakami has developed a signature style by combining the most modern techniques with traditional Japanese art. His work is inspired by manga and kawaii (cute) culture. In 2001, Murakami established the Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. based in Tokyo and New York, and now also in Los Angeles, which serves as a breeding ground for artists. He became known to the general public when fashion designer Marc Jacobs first asked him to reinterpret the Louis Vuitton monogram for their Spring/Summer 2003 line. Takashi Murakami lives and works in Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles. Murakami Versailles / Interview with Takashi Murakami 村上 隆. Château de Versailles, September 9, 2010. Video and interview by Christophe Ecoffet. More info: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2010/09/20/murakami-versailles-interview-with-takashi-murakami/
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Visitors To Versailles
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Visitors To Versailles

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Watch a video preview of the exhibition Visitors to Versailles (1682–1789), on view at The Met Fifth Avenue from April 16 through July 29, 2018. Featuring Daniëlle Kisluk-Grosheide, Henry R. Kravis Curator of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts. The palace of Versailles and its gardens have attracted travelers ever since it was transformed under the direction of the Sun King, Louis XIV, from a simple hunting lodge into one of the most magnificent and public courts of Europe. Bringing together works from The Met, the Château de Versailles, and over 50 lenders, this exhibition will highlight the experiences of travelers from 1682, when Louis XIV moved his court to Versailles, to 1789, when the royal family was forced to leave the palace and return to Paris. Through paintings, portraits, furniture, tapestries, carpets, costumes, porcelain, sculpture, arms and armor, and guidebooks, the exhibition will illustrate what visitors encountered at court, what kind of welcome and access to the palace they received, and, most importantly, what impressions, gifts, and souvenirs they took home with them. #VisitorsToVersailles https://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2018/visitors-to-versailles Credits: DirectorKate Farrell ProducerMelissa Bell Editor: Stephanie Wuertz Camera: Sarah Cowan and Dia Felix Lighting: Dia Felix Production Coordinator: Kaelan Burkett Production Assistants: Bryan Martin and Kimberly Cionca Sebesanu Original MusicAustin Fisher Binaural AudioNina Diamond and Aurelia Soundworks Images courtesy of: © RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY, photos by Jean-Marc Manaï, Gérard Blot, Christophe Fouin, Angèle Dequier, Jean-Gilles Berizzi, Martine Beck-Coppola, Thierry Le Mage, Hervé Lewandowski Photo by F. Doury By kind permission of the Duke of Buccleuch & Queensberry KBE © National Portrait Gallery, London Archives des Missions étrangères de Paris, photo © Thomas Garnier Photograph © 2018 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston © Ville de Versailles, musée Lambinet, photo by Christophe Fouin Royal Artillery Historical Trust, photo by Dean Belcher Image courtesy of the Royal Court, Sweden, photo Lisa Raihle Rehbäck © National Trust Images, photo by John Hammond Photo: Swiss National Museum, 41912 Fashion Museum Bath Image © Nordic Museum, photo by Mats Landin National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, photo by Hugh Talman © Musée du Louvre, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais/Gérard Blot/Art Resource, NY © Musée du Louvre, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais/René-Gabriel Ojéda/Art Resource, NY © 2018 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Best of Jean Baptiste Lully. 1 Hour Classical Baroque Music. HQ Recording
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Best of Jean Baptiste Lully. 1 Hour Classical Baroque Music. HQ Recording

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Enjoy this Classic Music video with the biggest masterpice of all time, This video collects THE BEST OF Jean Baptiste Lully. HQ [Full Recording in High Quality Sound]. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Classical-Music-632527326820785/?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/@tunesclassical Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/album?id=Bsbwe27hiwldd4tupj47am3wpxa Jean-Baptiste Lully born Giovanni Battista Lulli; 28 November 1632 – 22 March 1687) was an Italian-born French composer, instrumentalist, and dancer who spent most of his life working in the court of Louis XIV of France. He is considered the chief master of the French baroque style. Lully disavowed any Italian influence in French music of the period. He became a French subject in 1661.
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Versailles gardens showcase work by Korean artist Lee Ufan
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Versailles gardens showcase work by Korean artist Lee Ufan

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In the heart of France's Versailles palace, a modern installation is cutting a bold figure. The works by Korean artist Ulfan are featured in the royal gardens until November 2014. Duration: 02:12
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Jeff Koons: Versailles | ART21 "Exclusive"
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Jeff Koons: Versailles | ART21 "Exclusive"

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Episode #080: From his studio in New York City, Jeff Koons discusses his 2008 exhibition at the Château de Versailles in France. Koons explores the power and sensuality of the grounds at Versailles, citing Louis Quatorze (Louis XIV) as an inspriation for his 1992 piece, "Puppy," a large floral sculpture made out of 60,000 large flowers. Jeff Koons plucks images and objects from popular culture, framing questions about taste and pleasure. His contextual sleight-of-hand, which transforms banal items into sumptuous icons, takes on a psychological dimension through dramatic shifts in scale, spectacularly engineered surfaces, and subliminal allegories of animals, humans, and anthropomorphized objects. The subject of art history is a constant undercurrent, whether Koons elevates kitsch to the level of Classical art, produces photos in the manner of Baroque paintings, or develops public works that borrow techniques and elements of seventeenth-century French garden design. Organizing his own studio production in a manner that rivals a Renaissance workshop, Koons makes computer-assisted, handcrafted works that communicate through their meticulous attention to detail. Learn more about Jeff Koons: http://www.art21.org/artists/jeff-koons VIDEO | Producer: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Interview: Susan Sollins. Camera: Martial Barrault & Joel Shapiro. Sound: Mark Mandler. Editor: Paulo Padilha & Mark Sutton. Artwork Courtesy: Jeff Koons. Special Thanks: L'Etablissement Public du musée et du domaine national de Versailles.
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Writing Goals in Versailles
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Writing Goals in Versailles

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Time to talk about my writing goals for this year, and get an idea for how I want to move forward into the field. Versailles works as a nice setting for all of this, as usual. Into the Nanten online: http://intothenanten.com/journal and in audio: http://books.noisetrade.com/jayswanson/into-the-nanten-the-record-of-my - Help me make more videos at http://patreon.com/jayswanson and then find me on the internet in all of the usual spots: http://twitter.com/jayonaboat http://instagram.com/jayswanson (me) http://instagram.com/mindofjayswanson (books) http://facebook.com/jay.swanson.author Music by: Dyalla (AMAZING) My name is Jay Swanson - I'm an American writer living in Paris on an artist visa and hoping to make the city of light my home base - at least for the foreseeable future. I write science-fiction and fantasy, vlog daily (when I'm not on a between-season break), and love pizza a little too much. FAQ: How long have you lived in France? On and off for over two years. What do you miss most about ho- NACHOS You're always talking about living on some ship. WHAT SHIP? - This ship: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MV_Africa_Mercy Where are you from originally? Pullman, Washington - a small university/agricultural town near Idaho (and yes, the potatoes are amazing). What do you film with? I currently film almost exclusively with my Samsung Galaxy S7: http://amzn.to/2sXEL4g How do you get those shots where you're walking or running? A Joby Gorillapod for smartphones, like this: http://amzn.to/2sXNIL3 What do you edit with? Adobe Premiere - it's pretty much all I've ever used since high school. Aren't you ever freaked out by leaving your camera behind to film yourself? Yep. But not too badly - I tend to be careful when I do. Why are you living in #Paris? Because I've always wanted to. But what are you doing there? https://youtu.be/ZW2RP--DO8Y Do you speak French? Oui. Do you make money off YouTube? Ha, no. I wish. Can I come stay with you in Paris? - Have you seen my apartment? It's too small for me as it is! https://youtu.be/6t2qj3rdyX8 OK, but how do I use the Metro when I'm there? I made a handy video for you: https://youtu.be/T0YS5si8bJs
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Versailles - Serge Lancen
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Versailles - Serge Lancen

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Serge Lance was born in Paris 1922. The whole of his life has been dominated by music. He wrote his first work at the age of four. Lancen studied the piano with Marguerite Long and composition with Tony Aubin at the conservatory of his native town. In 1949 he won a prize for his Etudes, and some time later he was awarded the Prix de Rome! His work as a composer is very varied and includes symphonic music, choral works, ballet music and several concertos. Versailles, composed and premiered in 1980, is a 4-part piece in which Serge Lancen seems to paint a musical portrait of the wellknown castle of Versailles. For more information: http://www.molenaar.com/web/Details.aspx?isartist=0&id=8801
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Versailles music fountain
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Versailles music fountain

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Secretly, slaves underground work the levers and pulleys to control the water flow in pace with the music. At least that's how it works back in the 17th century. Jaws were falling and heads were exploding when people saw this back then, to the chorus of a real symphony instead of recorded loud speaker music.
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The opulent style of Marie Antoinette, The Queen's Chamber- Versailles
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The opulent style of Marie Antoinette, The Queen's Chamber- Versailles

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Sweeping away the old court and its traditions, not only did Marie Antoinette insist on living as she wished, but also imposed her personal taste on Versailles. Here's her bedroom that reflects her opulent taste. À Suivre Other Versailles videos: A magnificent tour of Château de Versailles, the royal palace and gardens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hecg9We44Ds Royal Serenade in the Hall of Mirrors, Versailles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er-Lgyt4KZE A magnificent walk in the gardens of the Château de Versailles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxMyDRVRlXw
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Versailles water works show
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Versailles water works show

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les grandes eaux de Versailles. Big Basin Show
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Fountain engineer - Restoration of the 18th century pipes
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Fountain engineer - Restoration of the 18th century pipes

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For over a year, you can follow live the restoration of a key feature of the gardens of Versailles, the Latona fountain, on http://latone.chateauversailles.fr/en. Discover how the fountain engineers of Versailles restore the historical pipes of the fountains thanks to a seal made of lead. More informations on : http://latone.chateauversailles.fr/en http://www.chateauversailles.fr #Latone Join us on : Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/chateauversailles Twitter : https://twitter.com/CVersailles Google + : https://plus.google.com/108470421329344238122/posts © Château de Versailles, 2013
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Contemporary artists bring giant sculptures to Versailles groves
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Contemporary artists bring giant sculptures to Versailles groves

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As the winter season approaches, 14 international artists were tasked with installing works of arts in 14 of the famous groves of the Versailles gardens where Kings and Queens once entertained their visitors.
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Scientific and Aesthetic: Works that Influenced Versailles and Oak Spring
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Scientific and Aesthetic: Works that Influenced Versailles and Oak Spring

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Antoine Jacobsohn from the Potager du Roi (King's Kitchen Garden) at the Palace of Versailles shares his thoughts on a few items from OSGF's collection. You can read Antoine's blog about his travels to Oak Spring and other significant gardens in the region here: https://ensp-usa18.wixsite.com/blog Music: Lee Maddeford, 'Le petit jardin (with Les Gauchers Orchestra)" https://goo.gl/HiwJei
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Veilhan at Versailles
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Veilhan at Versailles

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http://www.vernissage.tv | Last year, American artist Jeff Koons presented his works at the Chateau de Versailles near Paris, France. (Jeff Koons at Versailles at VernissageTV: click here: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2008/09/16/jeff-koons-versailles/ ) This year, French artist Xavier Veilhan shows his works in the Gardens, Royal Court, and apartments of the Versailles Palace. Xavier Veilhan: My project for Versailles mainly addresses the outdoor realm, following an east/west axis across the estate, from the Place dArmes to Le Nôtres formal gardens. I will be placing several works or groups of works conceived especially for this exhibition, which will articulate the continuity that joins the sites history to its contemporary protraction. This is a project that is dynamic, classical, open and universal, aiming to establish a new bond between visitors to the place and the spaces they come into contact with. Xavier Veilhan was born in Lyon in 1963. He lives and works in Paris. Xavier Veilhan works in a variety of media such as photography, sculpture, film, painting and installation art. The exhibition Veilhan at the Versailles Palace runs until December 13, 2009. Interview and video by Christoph Ecoffet. http://vernissage.tv/blog/2009/09/11/veilhan-at-versailles-interview-with-xavier-veilhan/
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Versailles '73: American Runway Revolution | Official Trailer | FilmBuff
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Versailles '73: American Runway Revolution | Official Trailer | FilmBuff

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When African American models such as Bethann Hardison, Pat Cleveland, Alva Chinn, and Billie Blair boarded the plane to Paris in 1973, they had no idea they would help change the course of fashion and pull off its biggest coup. The 1973 Grand Divertissement at Versailles became history and legend for pitting the crème de la crème of French couture fashion - Givenchy, Dior, Ungaro, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Cardin against upstart American designers Halston, Oscar de la Renta, Anne Klein, Stephen Burrows and Bill Blass. It was not only the first time French and American designers were shown together but it smashed the glass ceiling loudly and irrevocably for ethnic models in high fashion across the globe. Official Websitehttp://www.versailles73movie.com/ IMDb –http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2283061/?ref_=fn_al_tt_7 Twitter – https://twitter.com/CoffeeBluffPics?lang=en ABOUT FILMBUFF FilmBuff is an award-winning full-service global sales and distribution company, with a focus on delivering high quality, compelling film and video to targeted audiences. Founded in 2007, FilmBuff consistently introduces audiences to the best in independent film, including Oscar-nominated EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP, Sundance Audience Award winner, SENNA, Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, THE HOUSE I LIVE IN, Jared Leto’s ARTIFACT, Adam Carolla’s ROAD HARD, THE INTERNET’S OWN BOY, BURT’S BUZZ, SPRING, and many others. Offering a comprehensive array of services and solutions for today’s evolving media landscape, FilmBuff partners with creative filmmakers, publishers and brand marketers to reach, engage and inspire viewers around the world. Connect with FilmBuff at http://www.FilmBuff.com and http://twitter.com/FilmBuff.
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The Sims 3 Versailles -Speed Build- The School!
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The Sims 3 Versailles -Speed Build- The School!

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- Hey guys! Welcome to the first community lot, one of many speed building videos for my "create a world" project, Versailles! This is the school venue for my Versailles themed world! It's only a shell, the school rabbit hole is inside (the basement) of this lot. It will be fully functional and the sims will be able to access the rabbit hole with no problems! Enjoy the video! I need your guy's help on the name of the school itself! Comment down below some awesome french school names! Cheers! - XFreezerBunnyX --Contact Links-- -Twitter: https://twitter.com/XFreezerBunnyX -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kingkamisama/482258915190411 -The Sims 3 Page: http://mypage.thesims3.com/mypage/Amitaliri619
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Versailles, The restoration of the Hall of Mirrors | INA Archive
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Versailles, The restoration of the Hall of Mirrors | INA Archive

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Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTiOb0psCpXfbNyY_rZTiJA?sub_confirmation=1 13th July 2007 Works on the restoration of the Hall of Mirrors of the Château of Versailles thanks to the private patronage of the French firm VINCI. 13 juillet 2007 Travaux de restauration de la Galerie des Glaces du château de Versailles grâce au mécénat privé de l'entreprise française VINCI
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