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LA BOITE A FURSY VIVE LA GREVE-1901 After the early stages in the cabarets of the mid nineties, the revue comes into its own and meets with success. Fursy co-authors several shows with his friend Leon Nunes, manager of La … Continue reading
Although his cabaret was going tremendously well, Fursy was thirsty for revenge. His ex-partner, Ropiquet, had found no one of the same caliber as a replacement and was witnessing the collapse of his business. He finally went bankrupt in 1901. … Continue reading
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HENRY FURSY CHANSONS ROSSES-1899 Fursy’s success was due to his talent in mocking current affairs with fearsome wit and a sharp pen. Under the identifying title “Chansons Rosses” (Nasty Songs) he published a first collection with Ollendorf in 1898. One … Continue reading