Nouvelle

Some articles on nouvelle:

Dom Jacques Alexandre
... at Orléans, France – 23 June 1734, at Bonne-Nouvelle) was a learned Benedictine monk of the Congregation of St ... and theological studies, was sent to the monastery of Bonne-Nouvelle, where he spent the remainder of his life ... which was preserved in the library of Bonne-Nouvelle ...
La Nouvelle Branch
... The La Nouvelle branch (French embranchement de La Nouvelle) is a 37.3-kilometre (23.2 mi) lateral branch of the Canal du Midi in Aude, south-central France which runs from the Canal du Midi through Narbonne and on ... kilometres (19.6 mi) Canal de la Robine which enters the Mediterranean at Port-la-Nouvelle ... The La Nouvelle branch is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the Canal du Midi and is managed by the French navigation authority, Voies navigables de ...
Nouvelle, Quebec - Recreation
... arena), named in honour of the first native of Nouvelle to play for the NHL Sport fishing Hunting (Ruffed Grouse or partridge, moose, deer and black bear) Tennis courts Soccer field Nature trails ...
Studies On Chopin's Études - The Studies - Trois Nouvelles Études
... Nouvelle Étude No. 1 Study in F minor (left hand only) Nouvelle Étude No ... Study in E major 2nd Study in D-flat major (left hand only) Nouvelle Étude No ...
Ma Nouvelle-France
... "Ma Nouvelle-France" (meaning "My New France") is a theme song from the French-Canadian film Nouvelle-France, performed by Céline Dion ... "Ma Nouvelle-France" was written by Dion's longtime collaborator Luc Plamondon and produced by Christopher Neil ("Think Twice," "Where Does My Heart Beat Now") ... The historic drama Nouvelle-France takes place in the middle of the 18th century, as France leaves Canada ...