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Anna Marly (Russian: Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли, Anna Yurievna Smirnova-Marli), (30 October 1917 – 15 February 2006) was a Russian-born French singer-songwriter. Born into a wealthy Russian noble family, Marly came to France very young, just after her father was killed in the aftermath of the October Revolution. She is best remembered as the composer of the "Chant des Partisans", a song that was used as the unofficial anthem of the Free French Forces during World War II; the popularity of the "Chant des Partisans" was such that it was proposed as a new national anthem after the conclusion of the war.

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  • Anna Jurjewna Marly (russisch Анна Юрьевна Марли; * 30. Oktober 1917 in Petrograd; † 15. Februar 2006 in Palmer) war eine aus Russland stammende französische Sängerin und Songschreiberin. Ihre Berühmtheit basiert auf dem Lied Chant des Partisans, das in der Zeit der deutschen Besetzung Frankreichs die Hymne des Widerstandes wurde. (de)
  • Anna Marly (Russian: Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли, Anna Yurievna Smirnova-Marli), (30 October 1917 – 15 February 2006) was a Russian-born French singer-songwriter. Born into a wealthy Russian noble family, Marly came to France very young, just after her father was killed in the aftermath of the October Revolution. She is best remembered as the composer of the "Chant des Partisans", a song that was used as the unofficial anthem of the Free French Forces during World War II; the popularity of the "Chant des Partisans" was such that it was proposed as a new national anthem after the conclusion of the war. (en)
  • Anna Betulínskaya (Анна Юрьевна Бетулинская), más conocida como Anna Marly, fue una cantante, compositora y guitarrista francesa de origen ruso, nacida el 30 de octubre de 1917 en San Petersburgo y fallecida el 15 de febrero de 2006 en Palmer, Alaska, Estados Unidos. (es)
  • Anna Marly, de son nom complet Anna Iourievna Smirnova-Marly (en russe : Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли), née Betoulinskaïa (Бетулинская), est une chanteuse et guitariste française d'origine russe, née le 30 octobre 1917 à Pétrograd (Russie) et morte le 15 février 2006 à Palmer (Alaska). Elle a composé, à la guitare, la musique du Chant des partisans et en a écrit les paroles originales russes, tandis que les paroles françaises dues à Maurice Druon et Joseph Kessel ont ensuite servi de générique à l'émission Honneur et Patrie diffusée sur la BBC. Elle est également l'autrice de la musique de La Complainte du partisan, chanson ensuite popularisée en anglais par Leonard Cohen. (fr)
  • Anna Marly, nata Anna Yurievna Betulinskaya (Pietrogrado, 30 ottobre 1917 – Palmer, 15 febbraio 2006), è stata una cantante francese, di origine russa. È nota per aver composto, nel 1941, , inno della resistenza francese durante l'occupazione della Germania nazista nella seconda guerra mondiale. Le parole del brano sono di Joseph Kessel e Maurice Druon. È stata nominata cavaliere della Legion d'onore nel 1985 da François Mitterrand. (it)
  • А́нна Марлі́ (фр. Anna Marly, рос. Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли; *30 жовтня 1917, Петроград — †15 лютого 2006, США) — французька співачка і автор пісень українсько-російського походження, громадянка США. Широку популярність Анна Марлі здобула як автор «Пісні партизанів», що стала справжнім гімном Французького Опору в роки Другої світової війни. (uk)
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  • Anna Jurjewna Marly (russisch Анна Юрьевна Марли; * 30. Oktober 1917 in Petrograd; † 15. Februar 2006 in Palmer) war eine aus Russland stammende französische Sängerin und Songschreiberin. Ihre Berühmtheit basiert auf dem Lied Chant des Partisans, das in der Zeit der deutschen Besetzung Frankreichs die Hymne des Widerstandes wurde. (de)
  • Anna Marly (Russian: Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли, Anna Yurievna Smirnova-Marli), (30 October 1917 – 15 February 2006) was a Russian-born French singer-songwriter. Born into a wealthy Russian noble family, Marly came to France very young, just after her father was killed in the aftermath of the October Revolution. She is best remembered as the composer of the "Chant des Partisans", a song that was used as the unofficial anthem of the Free French Forces during World War II; the popularity of the "Chant des Partisans" was such that it was proposed as a new national anthem after the conclusion of the war. (en)
  • Anna Betulínskaya (Анна Юрьевна Бетулинская), más conocida como Anna Marly, fue una cantante, compositora y guitarrista francesa de origen ruso, nacida el 30 de octubre de 1917 en San Petersburgo y fallecida el 15 de febrero de 2006 en Palmer, Alaska, Estados Unidos. (es)
  • Anna Marly, nata Anna Yurievna Betulinskaya (Pietrogrado, 30 ottobre 1917 – Palmer, 15 febbraio 2006), è stata una cantante francese, di origine russa. È nota per aver composto, nel 1941, , inno della resistenza francese durante l'occupazione della Germania nazista nella seconda guerra mondiale. Le parole del brano sono di Joseph Kessel e Maurice Druon. È stata nominata cavaliere della Legion d'onore nel 1985 da François Mitterrand. (it)
  • А́нна Марлі́ (фр. Anna Marly, рос. Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли; *30 жовтня 1917, Петроград — †15 лютого 2006, США) — французька співачка і автор пісень українсько-російського походження, громадянка США. Широку популярність Анна Марлі здобула як автор «Пісні партизанів», що стала справжнім гімном Французького Опору в роки Другої світової війни. (uk)
  • Anna Marly, de son nom complet Anna Iourievna Smirnova-Marly (en russe : Анна Юрьевна Смирнова-Марли), née Betoulinskaïa (Бетулинская), est une chanteuse et guitariste française d'origine russe, née le 30 octobre 1917 à Pétrograd (Russie) et morte le 15 février 2006 à Palmer (Alaska). (fr)
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  • Anna Marly (de)
  • Anna Marly (en)
  • Anna Marly (es)
  • Anna Marly (fr)
  • Anna Marly (it)
  • Марли, Анна Юрьевна (ru)
  • Анна Марлі (uk)
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