La Bolduc (Q3206727)

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chanteuse canadienne
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La Bolduc
chanteuse canadienne
    anglais
    La Bolduc
    French Canadian singer and musician
    • Mary Rose-Anne Bolduc
    • Mary Rose-Anne Travers
    • Madame Bolduc
    • Mary Travers

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    4 juin 1894Grégorien
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
    Mary Rose-Anna Travers was born in 1894 in Newport, a dirt-poor fishing village on Quebec's Gaspé coast. (anglais)
    She was born into subsistence-level poverty in the tiny Atlantic fishing village of Newport, Quebec, in Canada's Gaspé region. (anglais)
    20 février 1941
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
    Eleven years later, on Feb. 20, 1941, Mary Bolduc died of cancer, at the age of 46. (anglais)
    Mary Bolduc succumbed to cancer on February 20, 1941, at the age of 46. (anglais)
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
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    Eleven years later, on Feb. 20, 1941, Mary Bolduc died of cancer, at the age of 46. (anglais)
    Mary Bolduc succumbed to cancer on February 20, 1941, at the age of 46. (anglais)
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    Mary Travers was one of six children born to Lawrence Travers, an Anglophone of Irish heritage, and Adéline Cyr, a French-Canadian woman. (anglais)
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    Mary Travers was one of six children born to Lawrence Travers, an Anglophone of Irish heritage, and Adéline Cyr, a French-Canadian woman. (anglais)
    17 août 1914Grégorien
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    She married Édouard Bolduc on August 17, 1914, and found herself pregnant almost continuously thereafter. Her first pregnancy ended in a stillbirth in 1915; Denise was born in July 1916, Jeannette in July 1917 and Roger in August 1918. (anglais)
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    She married Édouard Bolduc on August 17, 1914, and found herself pregnant almost continuously thereafter. Her first pregnancy ended in a stillbirth in 1915; Denise was born in July 1916, Jeannette in July 1917 and Roger in August 1918. (anglais)
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    She married Édouard Bolduc on August 17, 1914, and found herself pregnant almost continuously thereafter. Her first pregnancy ended in a stillbirth in 1915; Denise was born in July 1916, Jeannette in July 1917 and Roger in August 1918. (anglais)
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    Mme Bolduc-Travers était la fille de feu Edouard Bolduc et de feu Mary Travers (bien connue sous le nom de ¨La Bolduc¨` (français)
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    Yet there she was, her smiling picture on posters, standing in front of microphones, playing the fiddle, harmonica and accordion, singing in her heavy Gaspesian accent. (anglais)
    Mary and her eleven siblings spoke English at home, but also spoke French fluently, in their regional dialect. (anglais)
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    Mary and her eleven siblings spoke English at home, but also spoke French fluently, in their regional dialect. (anglais)
    4 juin 1894Grégorien
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    In 1908, when Mary turned thirteen, her half-sister Mary-Ann, who was a maid in Montréal, arranged for Mary to join her. (anglais)
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    In 1908, when Mary turned thirteen, her half-sister Mary-Ann, who was a maid in Montréal, arranged for Mary to join her. (anglais)
    In 1921, the Bolducs left Montréal for Springfield, Massachusetts [...] the following year they returned to Montréal. (anglais)
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    In 1921, the Bolducs left Montréal for Springfield, Massachusetts [...] the following year they returned to Montréal. (anglais)
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    In 1921, the Bolducs left Montréal for Springfield, Massachusetts [...] the following year they returned to Montréal. (anglais)
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    Mary Travers was one of six children born to Lawrence Travers, an Anglophone of Irish heritage, and Adéline Cyr, a French-Canadian woman. (anglais)
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    Mary Travers was one of six children born to Lawrence Travers, an Anglophone of Irish heritage, and Adéline Cyr, a French-Canadian woman. (anglais)
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    "She was a very Catholic woman," says Francine Saint-Laurent, who is finishing a children's book about the singer. "She believed that we had to believe that something better is going to happen to your life." (anglais)
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
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    La Bolduc, née Marie or Mary-Rose-Anne Travers, singer-songwriter, harmonica player, fiddler (born 4 June 1894 in Newport, Gaspésie, Qc; died 20 February 1941 in Montréal). (anglais)
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    Yet there she was, her smiling picture on posters, standing in front of microphones, playing the fiddle, harmonica and accordion, singing in her heavy Gaspesian accent. (anglais)
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    By 1928, Mary Bolduc was regularly accompanying the troupe's singers on violin or Jew's harp (anglais)

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