Provençal poets, come sing hand in hand
In the age-old idiom of our Occitan land !
The language of kinship -
A blessing from God -
Uniting the family,
The symbol of brotherhood.
Therein lie our roots and that unyielding thread
Secures the nest in its sweet leafy bed.
It was literally a state of frenzy at Le Bugue’s music festival
this year with the wonderfully wild “Guinch’Pepettes” singers at the Café de l’Union
and a jazz concert on the Place des Ors with Charlie Miller, trumpet player from
New Orleans His presence showed just how strong the bonds are between Le Bugue and
Louisiana in the aftermath of the destruction caused by the cyclones last August.
Meet the man behind the illustrations for « Jacquou le Croquant »
- the man who gave us his vision of Eugène Le Roy's famous revolutionary character,
Jacquou (the ringleader of the peasant uprising).
Come and discover a multitude of hitherto unpublished drawings and sketches.