Joseph Bologne de Saint-George

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Joseph Bologne de Saint-George Américain dans le XVIIIème siècle européen[edit]

en:Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745-1799) was one of the earliest musicians of African ancestry in the world of European classical music. fr:Joseph Bologne de Saint-George fut, dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIème siècle européen, l'un des premiers musiciens afridescendants.

Trois siècles de portraits[edit]

Portraits au XVIIIème[edit]

Portraits au XIXème siècle[edit]

Portraits au XXIème siècle[edit]


Les Bologne, Bou(l)logne, Boullongne[edit]


Biographies de Saint-George, XVIII-XIXème siècles[edit]

Contemporains de Saint-George, 1739-1799[edit]

Saint-George, les mythes et les muses[edit]

Les arts de Saint-George[edit]

Musique, danses, chants & Spectacles[edit]

Histoire du violon[edit]

L'œuvre de Saint-George au théâtre et à l'opéra[edit]

Musique de Saint-George XX-XXIème siècles[edit]

Le monde de la musique, 1750-1799[edit]

Le monde du théätre, 1750-1799[edit]

Dugazon

Loges maçonniques & Frères maçons[edit]

Loge des Neuf Sœurs[edit]

Loge maçonnique des Neuf Sœurs.

Iconographie de la Franc-maçonnerie[edit]

Les armes & le sport[edit]

L'art équestre[edit]

Escrime, Planches de l'Encyclopédie Diderot & D'Alembert

Sur Wikisource

Escrime & Fleuret : Problématique de la mort[edit]

Escrime et suicide[edit]

Révolution & art militaire[edit]

Groupes de contemporains[edit]

1793-1794 dans les colonies[edit]

Le contexte en Europe

Première mondialisation[edit]

Géohistoire[edit]

Outils & technologies de la première mondialisation[edit]

Société d'ordre & servitude[edit]

Altérité[edit]

Commerce transatlantique à l'époque moderne[edit]

Esclavage[edit]

Textes juridiques & administratifs[edit]

Représentations[edit]

Café, chocolat, Sucre & épices[edit]

Emancipation des esclaves & première décolonisation[edit]

Actualités[edit]

Mourir au XVIIIème siècle[edit]

Guerres dans les Caraïbes à l'époque moderne (1492-1815)[edit]


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