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- "ça Ira" a.k.a. "Ça Ira" is an opera in three acts by Roger Waters based on the French libretto co-written by Étienne and Nadine Roda-Gil on the historical subject of the early French Revolution. Ça Ira was released 26 September 2005, as a double CD album featuring baritone Bryn Terfel, soprano Ying Huang, and tenor Paul Groves.
- also known as Ca Ira, Ca Ira (disc 1), Ca Ira (disc 2)
- genre: Classical music
- released on (9 years ago)
- "ça Ira" a.k.a. "Ça Ira" is an emblematic song of the French Revolution, first heard in May 1790. It underwent several changes in wording, all of which used the title words as part of the refrain.
- also known as Ah! ça ira
- "ça Ira" a.k.a. "Ça ira" is a musical single of Joyce Jonathan.
- released on
ça Ira a.k.a. Ça Ira was the Belgian monthly magazine that featured avant-garde art, literature and politics. It was founded by a group of young artists, who came out of the smoking war-wrecked world of 1919 with a new élan. The title Ça ira comes from a song of the French Revolution. Twenty editions were published in Antwerp from April 1920 to January 1923.
- also known as Ca Ira
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