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A well organised museum giving a good introduction to the work of GB. Listening device with English commentary helped a lot in my case! By the end of the maybe 90 minutes walk through you are ready to see the video of his retirement concert....More
Even if you're not a French speaker but perhaps a student of poetry then this museum is well worth a visit. Well laid out and with an English audio guide, you'll discover what helped create this poetic genius.
Number 3 bus goes both to the Espace Georges Brassens and to the cemetery where he is buried. The exhibition is multi media with headsets to hear the music of Brassens and commentary from him and friends. No cafe at the espace, but toilets and...More
If you are either a fan of creative and cultural music, and/or of Georges Brassens himself, then this museum is for you. The audio guide can be changed over to English so the narrations are translated for the most part. I would have given the...More
This little museum enjoys well organised facilities . Our generation ( 60+) can go back to past times with great interest and ...even nostalgia thanks to a well structured exhibition . Georges Brassens is a singular artist, poet composer and musician . An icon of...More
Sete is proud of George Brassens-he was born there. And they should be! This interesting style of museum-self guided walk through different areas listening with headphones in different languages. It goes through his life, early career, and explanation in his words of how and why...More
I'm a big French folk fan and love the singing style of the late great George Brassens - his famous songs much copied by our own Jake Thakery.
This small musee to Sete's local hero is a great way to spend an hour or so....More