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Vogue Logo drawn by Sonia Delaunay, 1972. © L&M SERVICES B.V The Hague 2011/05/22 © Sony Music / BnF, département de l’Audiovisuel
© L&M SERVICES B.V The Hague 2011/05/22 © Sony Music / BnF, département de l’Audiovisuel
from September 18, 2011 to November 13, 2011 François-Mitterrand / Julien Cain alleyThe « Vogue » label, founded in 1947 by three collectors, Léon Cabat, Charles Delaunay and Albert Ferreri, was originally devoted to jazz music. Sidney Bechet was the first star in the music catalogue that rapidly also counted Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Elridge, Gerry Mulligan, Claude Luter and opened up to classical music. In the early sixties, the first records by Johnny Hallyday, Jacques Dutronc and Françoise Hardy were released by « Vogue ».
Exhibition realised in partnership with the Zebrock association, from an original idea by Edgard Garcia, Director of the association. The « Vogue » label will also be presented at Villetaneuse town hall, from September the 10th until October the 15th, 2011.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
l’article de Chroniques, le magazine de la BnF, juillet-septembre 2011 (présentation interactive)