Edith Piaf

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Noun1.Edith Piaf - French cabaret singer (1915-1963)
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Reaching the class and interpretation of Edith Piaf is no easy task yet with sold-out performances French-Cypriot singer Vanessa Megalemou has been putting on alongside pianist Andreas Michalopoulos and voice ensemble Ergo Sum, she must be doing something right.
Most brilliantly, she becomes a young librarian with an unlikely debt to Edith Piaf, before transforming into a journalist on her big break - an interview with Billie Holiday.
1915: Legendary singer Edith Piaf, "the little sparrow who began singing in the streets when she was a teenager and lived a life of lovers, alcohol and drugs", was born in Paris.
A musical celebration of iconic French singer Edith Piaf called Piaf!
Th tt di i d Those attending are promised a programme featuring the music of Edith Piaf, PaulTrenet, Django Rheinhardt, Toots Thielmann and many others.
These will include songs by Edith Piaf, Prince, Dusty Springfield, The Proclaimers, The Waterboys, Snow Patrol and Peter Nardini.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 11 October 2017: October 11 marks the death anniversary of the iconic French singer Edith Piaf; who was born on December 19, and died on October 11.
Golbin, who became an internet star after she was filmed belting out Mariah Carey's 'I'll Be There' at a mall, also sang 'La Vie en Rose' by Edith Piaf during one of the auditions.
The Show A celebration of the centenary of French music's ultimate grande dame, Edith Piaf, brought to life by Anne Carrere and a four-piece band who pay tribute to the legendary Parisian star.
BORN RALPH Richardson, English actor, 1902 EDITH Piaf, French singer, 1915, above RICKY Ponting, Australian cricketer, 1974 DIED EMILY Bronte, English novelist, 1848 PETER Carter-Ruck, English lawyer, 2003 ANTONY Howard, UK journalist, 2010, above
As the first bars of Edith Piaf's Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien echoed around the concert hall, singer Christine Bovill knew this performance was going to be one of the most emotional she had ever given.