Hubert Guraud: Sous le Ciel De Paris
The lyrical song Sous le Ciel de Paris was first used as the theme music for a French film of the same title in 1951. The lyrics were written by Jean Dr闂備浇鍋愰崢褍鐣烽悳娓 (1921-2003), and the music was provided by the French composer Hubert Giraud (b. 1920). Originally sung by the actor-singer Jean Bretonni闂備胶绮銊╃嵁瀹, it was later recorded by Edith Piaf, among others. It has since gained a cult following, and is seen as a symbol of Paris itself. It became a hit in America and the UK under the translation Under Paris Skies , and is printed here with a Piano accompaniment and the original French text.
|Publisher||Editions Choudens Paris|
|Contributors||Giraud, Hubert (Composer); Drejac, Jean (Lyricist)|
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