Beaub Fm is a community radio station located in the district of Limoges Beaubreuil. Cultivating independence and openness values, Beaub Fm radio is in supporting the local art scene and the national and international independent scene. Member of the Ferarock the Beaub Fm radio to discover artists still little publicized. Present on the majority of local but also national cultural events (the Route du Rock, the Dour Festival, the Printemps de Bourges, etc …), the Beaub Fm radio promotes and disseminates all modern music. Beaub FM official website address is www.beaubfm.org.
The music of France reflects a diverse array of styles. In the field of classical music, France has produced a number of legendary romantic composers, while folk and popular music have seen the rise of the chanson and cabaret style. The earliest known sound recording device in the world, the phonautograph, was patented in France by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville in 1857. France is also the 5th largest market by value in the world, and its music industry has produced many internationally renowned artists, especially in the nouvelle chanson and electronic music.
The 19th century saw the apogee of the Cabaret style with Yvette Guilbert as a major star. The era lasted through to the 1930s and saw the likes of Édith Piaf, Charles Trenet, Maurice Chevalier, Tino Rossi, Félix Mayol, Lucienne Boyer, Marie-Louise Damien, Marie Dubas, Fréhel, Georges Guibourg and Jean Sablon.
During the 50s and 60s, it was the golden age of Chanson Française: Juliette Greco, Mireille Mathieu, Georges Brassens, Jacques Brel, Gilbert Bécaud, Monique Serf (Barbara), Léo Ferré, Charles Aznavour and Alain Barrière. The Yéyé style was popular in the 1950s and 60s with Sheila, Claude François and Françoise Hardy.
Web Site: www.beaubfm.org