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Herve

Herve is a Walloon municipality of Belgium in Province of Liège. On January 1, 2006 Herve had a total population of 16,772. The total area is which gives a population density of 295 inhabitants per km².

It is famed for its Herve cheese.

Hervé

Hervé is a French given name of Breton origin. In English, it is sometimes rendered Harvey or Hervey. It already appears in Latin sources of the eighth century as Charivius. A later Latin form is Herveus. It derives from Old Breton Huiarnviu (cf. Old Welsh Haarnbiu) composed of OB hoiarn > Breton houarn “iron” (Welsh haearn) and OB viu > Breton bev “bright”, “blazing”''.

The common Celtic root must be *isarno-biuos or *-ue(s)uos. It is widely asserted (though not all linguists would agree) that Old Celtic isarno- gave birth to the Germanic word that led to English iron.

The name may refer to:

  • Saint Hervé, 6th-century Breton saint
    • Saint-Hervé, French commune
    • Saint-M'Hervé, French commune
  • Charivius, Duke of Maine ( fl. 723)
  • Hervé (Norman) (fl. 1050s), Byzantine general of Norman extraction
  • Hervey le Breton (died 1131), Bishop of Bangor and later Bishop of Ely
  • Hervé IV of Donzy (1173–1223), French nobleman
  • Harvey I of Léon, Breton viscount
  • Hervé (1825–1892), stage name of French operetta composer, singer, librettist and conductor, born Florimond Ronger
  • Hervé (DJ), DJ and producer in the UK
  • Hervé Alicarte, French footballer
  • Hervé Arsène, French-Malagasy footballer
  • Hervé Balland, French cross-country skier
  • Hervé Bazin, French writer
  • Hervé Biausser, French university director
  • Hervé Bochud, Swiss footballer
  • Hervé Bohbot, French Scrabble player
  • Hervé Bugnet, French footballer
  • Hervé Carré, French economist
  • Hervé Cuillandre, French writer
  • Hervé de Bourg-Dieu (c. 1080–1150), Benedictine monk
  • Hervé de Charette, French politician
  • Hervé de Luze, French film director
  • Hervé Di Rosa, French painter
  • Hervé Duclos-Lassalle, French cyclist
  • Hervé Faye, French astronomer
  • Hervé Filion, Canadian harness racer
  • Hervey Frederick, Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry
  • Hervé Gauthier, French footballer and coach
  • Hervé Gaymard, French politician
  • Hervé Guibert, French writer
  • Hervé Guilleux, French motorcycle racer
  • Hervé Guy, Ivorian footballer
  • Hervé Kage, Belgian footballer
  • Hervé Kambou, Ivorian footballer
  • Hervé Lacelles, Canadian boxer
  • Hervé Lamizana, Ivory Coast football player
  • Hervé Le Bras (born 1943), French demographer, historian and mathematician.
  • Hervé Le Tellier, French writer
  • Hervé Makuka, Swiss footballer
  • Hervé Morin, French politician
  • Hervaeus Natalis (1260–1323), French Dominican theologian
  • Hervé Ndjana Onana, Cameroonian footballer
  • Hervé Novelli, French politician
  • Hervé Nzelo-Lembi, Congolese footballer
  • Hervé Paillet, French actor
  • Hervé Piccirillo, French football referee
  • Hervé Renard, French football manager
  • Hervé Revelli, French footballer
  • Hervé Riel, French fisherman
  • Hervé This, French chemist
  • Hervé Tum, Cameroonian footballer
  • Hervé Vilard (born 1946), French singer
  • Hervé Villechaize (1943–1993), actor
  • J. Hervé Proulx, Canadian politician

As a surname, it may refer to:

  • Antoine Hervé, French composer
  • Cédric Hervé, French cyclist
  • Edmond Hervé, French politician
  • Francis Hervé, French-British artist
  • Francisco Hervé, Chilean geologist
  • Gustave Hervé, French politician
  • Lucien Hervé, French-Hungarian photographer
  • Pascal Hervé, French cyclist

As a pen name it refers to

  • Hervé (1825–1892), stage name of French operetta composer, singer, librettist and conductor, born Florimond Ronger
Hervé (composer)

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Hervé]]

Hervé , real name Louis Auguste Florimond Ronger, (30 June 1825 – 4 November 1892) was a French singer, composer, librettist, conductor and scene painter, whom Ernest Newman, following Reynaldo Hahn, credited with inventing the genre of operetta in Paris.

Herve (disambiguation)

Herve may refer to:

  • Herve, a Walloon municipality of Belgium in province of Liege.
    • Herve cheese
    • Land of Herve, a natural region
Hervé (DJ)

Joshua Harvey, otherwise known as Hervé, is a producer/ DJ from the UK. Hervé is known for bass-orientated as well as eclectic productions and DJ sets. He also runs the label Cheap Thrills, which has released music by Fake Blood, Jack Beats, Lone and Project Bassline, amongst others.

In 2001, together with SEBA, Joshua (then Josh) produced the song "Diamond" for the movie Snatch along with an album under the name Klint.

Along with Sinden (DJ) and Kid Sister, his track " Beeper" reached number 1 on the UK Dance Chart in April 2008. Hervé and Sinden released their album Mega Mega Mega under the name The Count & Sinden in 2010 on Domino Records. The album got great reviews across the board from the likes of Mixmag, The Guardian and Clash. Their summer single After Dark which featured The Mystery Jets got Radio 1 playlist and saw them play live at Reading Festival with the band. Other guests on the album included Katy B, Bashy and Rye Rye.

He has released two compilations Ghetto Bass and Ghetto Bass 2, both are 2 CD mixes of "bassline sounds, electro, drum & bass, dubstep & house" tracks by a variety of artists.

In 2010, Hervé collaborated with Fatboy Slim to produce the acid house song "Machines Can Do the Work".

2012 album Pick Me Up, Sort Me Out, Calm Me Down features guests including Steve Mason of the Beta Band.

Hervé founder of the collaborative group Machines Don't Care which has seen tracks with guests such as Sinden, Trevor Loveys, Affie Yusuf, Toddla T, Fake Blood, Detboi & Drop the Lime.

In 2013 Hervé releases an album The Art of Disappearing featuring guests Austra, Niki & The Dove, Maria Minerva and Seasfire.

In 2014 Hervé is set to release collaborations with Armand Van Helden on Ministry of Sound, as well as a collaboration with Zebra Katz on Mad Decent.

He has also produced an album by the band Closer, an Indie/electronica/balearic/dance band from London, UK. The first EP will be released in May 2014. In June 2014 he releases the instrumental album "Nothing Left Of Us" as Klint.

Hervé (DJ)

Joshua Harvey, otherwise known as Hervé, is a producer/ DJ from the UK. Hervé is known for bass-orientated as well as eclectic productions and DJ sets. He also runs the label Cheap Thrills, which has released music by Fake Blood, Jack Beats, Lone and Project Bassline, amongst others.

In 2001, together with SEBA, Joshua (then Josh) produced the song "Diamond" for the movie Snatch along with an album under the name Klint.

Along with Sinden (DJ) and Kid Sister, his track " Beeper" reached number 1 on the UK Dance Chart in April 2008. Hervé and Sinden released their album Mega Mega Mega under the name The Count & Sinden in 2010 on Domino Records. The album got great reviews across the board from the likes of Mixmag, The Guardian and Clash. Their summer single After Dark which featured The Mystery Jets got Radio 1 playlist and saw them play live at Reading Festival with the band. Other guests on the album included Katy B, Bashy and Rye Rye.

He has released two compilations Ghetto Bass and Ghetto Bass 2, both are 2 CD mixes of "bassline sounds, electro, drum & bass, dubstep & house" tracks by a variety of artists.

In 2010, Hervé collaborated with Fatboy Slim to produce the acid house song "Machines Can Do the Work".

2012 album Pick Me Up, Sort Me Out, Calm Me Down features guests including Steve Mason of the Beta Band.

Hervé founder of the collaborative group Machines Don't Care which has seen tracks with guests such as Sinden, Trevor Loveys, Affie Yusuf, Toddla T, Fake Blood, Detboi & Drop the Lime.

In 2013 Hervé releases an album The Art of Disappearing featuring guests Austra, Niki & The Dove, Maria Minerva and Seasfire.

In 2014 Hervé is set to release collaborations with Armand Van Helden on Ministry of Sound, as well as a collaboration with Zebra Katz on Mad Decent.

He has also produced an album by the band Closer, an Indie/electronica/balearic/dance band from London, UK. The first EP will be released in May 2014. In June 2014 he releases the instrumental album "Nothing Left Of Us" as Klint.