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Aznavour, Charles

LC control no.n 85094806
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML420.A97 Biography
PQ2661.Z6 Fiction
Personal name headingAznavour, Charles
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Variant(s)Aznavourian, Charles Varinag
Aznavur, Sharlʹ
Aznavuri︠a︡n, Sharlʹ
Aznavourian, Shahnourh Varinag
Azavourian, Chahnour Varenagh
Aznavourian, Chahnour Varenagh
Aznaourian, Charles
Aznavor, Sharl
Азнавур, Шарль
Азнавурян, Шарль
אזנבור, שארל
אזנבור, שרל
Associated placeArmenia
Birth date1924-05-22
Death date2018-10-01
Place of birthParis (France)
Place of deathMouriès (France)
Field of activityPopular music
Profession or occupationSingers Composers Lyricists Actors Diplomats Authors, French
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inThierry Le Luron, l'épingleur épinglé, c1984: cover p. 4 (Charles Aznavour)
LC data base, 5-29-85 (hdg.: Aznavour, Charles)
Petit frère, c1986: p. 10 (Charles Aznavour, b. Charles Varinag Aznavourian, 5/22/1924, Paris)
Aznavur v kino, 1994: p. 5 (Sharlʹ Aznavur (Aznavuri︠a︡n) b. in Paris, May 22, 1925)
New Grove dict. of mus. WWW site, Oct. 19, 2004 (Aznavour, Charles (Aznavourian, Varenagh); b. May 22, 1924, Paris; French singer and songwriter)
Antsʻats ōrer, 2004: t.p. (Shaṛl Aznavur) p. facing t.p. (Charles Aznavour)
French Wikipedia, viewed Apr. 9, 2009 (Charles Aznavour; b. Shahnourh Varinag Aznavourian, May 22, 1924, Paris; Franco-Armenian author, composer, performer, and actor); viewed Oct. 2, 2018 (d. Oct. 1, 2018, Mouriès; recorded songs performed in French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Armenian, Neapolitan, Russian, and Kabyle)
Charles Aznavour WWW site, Apr. 9, 2009 (Charles Aznavour; Charles Aznavourian; b. May 22, 1924, Paris)
Wikipedia, Aug. 11, 2014 (Shahnour Varinag Aznavourian; better known by his stage name Charles Aznavour; singer, songwriter, actor, public activist and diplomat. He has appeared in more than sixty movies, composed about a thousand songs (including at least 150 in English, 100 in Italian, 70 in Spanish, and 50 in German), and sold well over 100 million records. In 2009, he was appointed ambassador of Armenia to Switzerland, as well as Armenia's permanent delegate to the United Nations at Geneva)
New York times WWW site, viewed Oct. 2, 2018 (in obituary published Oct. 1: Charles Aznavour; b. May 22, 1924, Paris; most sources say his name at birth was Chahnour Varenagh Azavourian [i.e. Aznavourian?], but some give his original given name as Charles and his original surname as Aznaourian; d. at his home in Mouriès, aged 94; his death was announced on Monday [Oct. 1, 2018] by the French Culture Ministry; local authorities said he died overnight; one of France's most celebrated singers of popular songs as well as a composer, film star, and lifelong champion of the Armenian people)
LC database, Oct. 2, 2018 (heading in less than full level bibliographic record: Aznaourian, Charles, 1924- ; usage: Charles Aznavour)
Matsilim (tsadiḳim) ṿe-loḥamim, 2017: t.p. (שארל אזנבור = Sharl Aznavur) p. 14 (שרל אזנבור = Sharl Aznavur)
Je m'voyais déjà, 2021 : LAC CIP application (Charles Aznavour)
Equivalent(s)Aznavour, Charles
National bib agency no.1040A9962E
Associated languagearm eng fre ger ita kab nap rus spa
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