Aubé may refer to:
- Charles Nicholas Aubé (1802–1869), a French physician and entomologist
- Jean-Paul Aubé (1837–1916), a French sculptor
- Pierre Aubé (born 1944), a French medieval specialist and the author of many important books
- Stéphan Aubé (born 1971), a French music video director and pianist
Its source is in the Haute-Marnedépartement, on the plateau of Langres, near the town Auberive. It flows through the départements Haute-Marne, Côte-d'Or, Aube, and Marne. It flows into the river Seine near Marcilly-sur-Seine. Cities along the river include Bar-sur-Aube and Arcis-sur-Aube.
(January 1959 – September 25, 2013), better known by his stage nameAube, was a Japanese noise musician. He had released many CDs, LPs and cassettes since 1991, and was regarded as one of the most important noise musicians working of his time. He did not like to term his work "music," preferring the term "design": "I don't think of myself as a musician or an artist. I'm a designer. I therefore consider my sound works to be designs as well". The essential element of his Aube project was that each record was composed with only a single material source, manipulated and processed using various types of electronic equipment. Examples of sources he manipulated include water, fluorescent lamps, voltage-controlled oscillators, voices, pulmonary sounds, the Holy Bible's pages and sounds made with steel wire.
Aube is a department in the northeastern part of France.
Aube may also refer to:
- Aube, Moselle, a French municipality in the Moselle department
- Aube, Orne, a French municipality in the Orne department
- Aube River, a river in France
- Aube (musician), a Japanese musician
- Théophile Aube (1826–1890), French admiral
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Aube \Aube\, n. [See Ale.]
An alb. [Obs.]
--Fuller. [1913 Webster] ||
n. (obsolete form of alb English)
Usage examples of "aube".
Madame Marion, widow of a former receiver-general of the department of the Aube, presented a singular appearance.
It was there that she married Monsieur Marion, receiver-general of the Aube, who also had had a brother, the chief-justice of an imperial court.
It may seem extraordinary that Colonel Giguet, the brother of Madame Marion in whose house the society of Arcis had met for twenty-four years, and whose salon was the echo of all reports, all scandals, and all the gossip of the department of the Aube,--a good deal of it being there manufactured,--should be ignorant of facts of this nature.
The numerous partisans of old Gondreville, the king of the department of the Aube, were therefore awaiting some fresh proof of his ability, already so thoroughly tested, to circumvent this rising revolt.
Nevertheless, Champagne, or, if you prefer to say so, the departments of the Aube, Marne, and Haut-Marne, richly endowed with vineyards, the fame of which is world-wide, are otherwise full of flourishing industries.
Place a rather picturesque view of the Aube, the navigation of which begins at the bridge.
Having no relations with Parisian society, and seeing in the department of the Aube no other husband for Cecile than the youthful Marquis de Cinq-Cygne, he was asking himself whether by the power of gold he could surmount the animosities which the revolution of July had roused between the royalists who were faithful to their principles, and their conquerors.
Admirably fitted for the training of youth, she has long conducted a school for girls, which is famous throughout the department of the Aube and adjacent regions.
The deputy appointed to report on the elections in the department of the Aube was a strong partisan of the ministry, and, in consequence of a confidential communication made to him that morning, the following paragraph appeared in his report:-- The action of the electoral college of Arcis was regular.
Committee on the elections of the department of the Aube, has the floor.
Schwartzenburg began to creep cautiously along the Aube towards Paris.
Marshal Schwartzenburg will advance along the Aube and Seine valleys, and we shall continue on his right flank, to hold open communications with the Army of Silesia as soon as it is on the Marne.
Bonaparte attacked and took the town, and while the Volkhovskys were retiring in an orderly fashion from their outpost position on the south bank of the Aube, a small, plump man in a plain grey greatcoat and a large cocked hat rode forward among the French soldiers attacking the bridgehead.
After experiencing reverses they fell back without disorder, and retired behind the Aube, where they rallied and obtained numerous reinforcements, which daily arrived, and which soon enabled them to resume the offensive.
Prince Schwartzenberg soon passed the Aube and marched upon Vitry and Chalons.