Joan of Arc, in French Jeanne d'Arc (French pronunciation: ) or Jehanne (c. 1412 – 30 May 1431), nicknamed "The Maid of Orléans" (French: La Pucelle d'Orléans), is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Lancastrian phase of the Hundred Years' War, and was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint. She was born to Jacques d'Arc and Isabelle Romée, a peasant family, at Domrémy in northeast France
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Joan of Arc is an American indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois named after the French saint Joan of Arc. They formed in 1995, following the breakup of Cap'n Jazz. Singer Tim Kinsella has been the only permanent member of the group; he has also recorded as a solo artist. Joan of Arc are known for their use of electronics, samples, and multi-track recording in their songs; some songs on The Gap contained over 100 tracks.
Joan of Arc was a young woman who led the French army to victory over the British in a crucial battle during the Hundred Years' War. Check out this biography to know about her childhood, life, achievements & timeline. Died At Age: 19. Also Known As: Saint Joan of Arc, Jeanne d' Arc, The Maid of Orléans, Joan. Born in: Domrémy-la-Pucelle. Famous as: Heroine of France. Family: mother: Isabelle Romée. Died on: May 30, 1431. place of death: Rouen.
Chicago music collective Joan Of Arc have already proclaimed their love for foreign/avant garde cinema (the artwork for their album Live In Chicago, 1999 consisted of recreations of scenes from Jean-Luc Godard's 1967 masterpiece Week End). And there can be no denying the artful leanings of the band's expressive pop, a predilection that makes the (admittedly less frequent) application of the emo tag to the band that much more ridiculous. One of the more particularly bold aspects of Joan Of Arc Presents Joan Of Arc is the unusual and surprisingly moving moments when speckles of sound would appear or a musical theme would shift. A quick burst of tone comes out amid the repetition of guitar chords when Joan is given a sacramental wafer towards the end of the film.
Joan of Arc (ジャンヌ・ダルク) is a Catholic saint and considered a national French heroine. She is famed for leading French troops in victory against the English which contributed to ending the Hundred Years' War. She is featured as the French opposite of her English equivalent, Edward the Black Prince, in Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War. Her character's height for all of her appearances is 165 cm (5'5"). Joan's evil version is unlocked by recruiting every character in Nightmare Mode.
Though Joan of Arc only lived for 19 years, within this short time she was instrumental in several major changes in France. Although her exact date of birth is unknown, most historians acknowledge it to be January 6, 1412. Her father, Jacques d’Arc, was a farmer, whose ancestors are believed to come from Arc-en-Barrois. Her mother, Isabelle Romee, lived in a village about 7 kilometers from Domremy where Joan was born. When Joan was very young, about three years old, Normandy was invaded by King Henry V of England. Those who knew Joan as a child described her as good, simple, sweet.
Joan of Arc have always been an unpredictable band. In their 17 year history they have consistently side-stepped convention and expectation, often leaving less-adventurous listeners scratching their heads in the wake of their insane (and perhaps brilliant) endeavors. In 2011 Joan of Arc released their most conventionally "rocking" album in years, the Albini-engineered "Life Like". On Joan of Arc Presents: Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc explore the other extreme: an epic instrumental soundtrack to the silent 1928 film "The Passion of Joan of Arc".
Joan of Arc are known for their use of electronics, samples, and multi-track recording in their songs; some songs on The Gap contained over 100 tracks. Joan of Arc's lyrics and cover art are often intentionally misleading, humorous, or confusing For example, the album Live in Chicago 1999 is not a live album, but a reference to the fact that the band lived in Chicago in the year 1999. For the album Presents Guitar Duets Polyvinyl Records, Tim Kinsella rounded up ten former members of Joan Of Arc and others like Tim Rutili Each was paired off with a partner by pulling names from a hat Each pair then had to record a guitar duet together, and the styles vary from standard acoustic plucking to droning, looped soundscapes The track-names are.
|B||The Shadow Of The Cross On The Floor Of The Cell|
|C||Joan Has Just Fainted|
|D||The Crown Has Just Been Swept Up. Joan Accepts Her Fate|
- Bass, Drums, Percussion – Bobby Burg
- Guitar, Drums, Percussion – Theo Katsaounis, Victor Villarreal
- Guitar, Organ, Synthesizer, Drums – Tim Kinsella
- Mastered By – Neil Strauch
- Mixed By – Neil Strauch
- Recorded By – Neil Strauch
Notes175 hand-numbered copies on black and white split (this)
175 hand-numbered copies on white vinyl
175 hand-numbered copies on blood red vinyl
Recorded live at the Wicker Park Art Center April 14th, 2011, opening night of the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival.
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