The best of the 50s French songs

France, its wine, its famous baguettes, its beautiful architecture… and its songs! What would be the French romanticism without the voices of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Barbara or Charles Trenet?

Today, thanks to our own summer hits and the Culturethèque, we offer you a jump back in time to discover, or rediscover, those talented people with no less than a hundred tracks! You will find them in the album “the best of the 50s French songs”.

You will particularly enjoy ““Les amoureux des bancs publics”, “Quand on a que l’amour”, “Le Poinçonneur des lilas”, “Milord”, “Le Jardin extraordinaire”, “J’ai tué l’amour”… and much more great songs !

Brel écrit une chanson

And if your favorite French song isn’t there, don’t worry; we will come back next week to show you some other treasure from the Culturethèque!

 

 

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