Definition of choucoune. Meaning of choucoune. Synonyms of choucoune

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word choucoune. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word choucoune and, of course, choucoune synonyms and on the right images related to the word choucoune.

Definition of choucoune

No result for choucoune. Showing similar results...

Meaning of choucoune from wikipedia

- "Choucoune" (Haitian Creole: Choukoun), was the nickname of a Haitian woman in a lyrical p****age that praises her beauty. It may refer to: "Choucoune"...
- Choucoune is a 19th-century Haitian song composed by Michel Mauléart Monton with lyrics from a poem by Oswald Durand. It was rewritten with English lyrics...
- Choucoune (Haitian Creole: Choukoun) is an 1883 poem by Haitian poet Oswald Durand. Its words are in Haitian Creole and became the lyrics to the song...
- composer. He is famous for composing the music for the méringue cl****ic, choucoune (known as yellow bird in the English version) Michel Mauléart Monton...
- Cabane Choucoune, is a famous cabaret and thatch-roofed club in Pétion-Ville, Haiti. It was built on 8 December 1940 by Max Ewald. It is known as one...
- Shakespeare is to England and Dante to Italy." Among his most famous works are Choucoune, a lyrical poem praising the beauty of a Haitian woman, and Chant National...
- official ****tail the English rendering of the po****r Haitian song "Choucoune", first released by the Norman Luboff Choir Yellow Bird (company), a Swedish...
- Panorama de la Littérature Haïtenne de 1804 à 2004, Tome 1. Port-au-Prince: Editions Choucoune, 2003. The Louverture Project: Louis Boisrond Tonnerre...
- Calypso Heat Wave, in which they lip-synched to "The Banana Boat Song" and "Choucoune." After completing a European tour in early 1958, Arkin left the group...
- Pétion-Ville but is located in the northwest of the foothills. Cabane Choucoune, famous cabaret and thatch-roofed dance club Don Bosco FC, a professional...