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Hymne A Lamour - Various - Ultime 80 - Spécial Rock Français (CD)

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9 comments on Hymne A Lamour - Various - Ultime 80 - Spécial Rock Français (CD)

  1. $ / Composed by Marguerite Monnot, Edith Piaf, Jean Gauffriau. Secular, Chanson. Choir and piano part. 4 pages. Published by Editions a Coeur Joie (CJ.A).
  2. Edith Piaf - L'hymne à l'amour This item is not available anymore with the seller Di-arezzo Pre-shipment lead time: days Langue: Français.
  3. $ / Performed by Edith Piaf. By Edith Piaf / Marguerite Monnot. Arranged by Patrice Bourges. For piano with lyrics. This edition: Editions Bourges R. Crock Music. French Chanson. Level: 8. Sheet music. 3 pages. Published by Editions Bourges (French import).
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  5. Jan 18,  · well known song of Edith Piaf,sung brilliantly by Garou and Kaas, 2 special voices.
  6. Luc Plamondon’s ‘Ballades’ CD 'L'amour existe encore' is my third purchase of ‘various artists’ compilations by the French-Canadian lyricist. Considering that I awarded 3 stars apiece for the other two collections, this could have been a CD too far; but thankfully this one IS preferable to ‘Plamondon Rock’ or ‘Plamondon Reviews: 1.
  7. Check out Hymne A L'Amour by Louis Philippe on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on neyverheysamounvetalpwerwietropomtrat.xyzinfo
  8. May 27,  · Une chanson du groupe Cyclope mise en image par Thibault Soyeux pour les Flying Enjolivers.
  9. After two English songs and Ravel’s beautifully realised Kaddisch comes the song that gives the CD its title: Hymne a l’amour by Marguerite Monnot, as interpreted by Edith Piaf. Both singer and pianist convey the beauty – and nostalgia – of this song, purely, authentically and entirely in .

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