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EDITH PIAF

 

Edith Piaf - No, I regret nothing (Official) [Live Version]

Edith Piaf has not sung for a year for health reasons. On the eve of a song recital at the Olympia, "Five columns to a" discover in preview viewers his new song, "No, I regret nothing." Interpretation of the entire song on stage with orchestra.

Edith Piaf dies on October 10, 1963 at 13. 10 in Plascassier at the 47 years age of an internal bleeding due to a hepatic insufficiency, used by excesses, alcohol, morphine, the polyarthritis rhumatoïde and the sufferings of a whole life.With all respect, FlyerMall believes that not only France, but the whole world felt a great loss at the passing of this great talent. 

Edith Piaf L'Hymne à l'amour

Edith Piaf - Best Songs (Ses Plus Belles Chansons)

 

Edith Piaf - La vie en rose (Officiel) [Live Version]

 

La Marseillaise - Edith Piaf 

French National Anthem

"La Marseillaise" ("The Song of Marseille"; French pronunciation: [la maʁsɛˈjɛz]) is the national anthem of France. The song, originally titled "Chant de guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin" ("War Song for the Army of the Rhine") was written and composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792. The French National Convention adopted it as the Republic's anthem in 1795. The name of the song is due to first being sung on the streets by volunteers from Marseille. 

Edith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien

Edith Piaf interview - 1962

 

Les derniers jours d Edith Piaf version complète

Édith Piaf meurt le 10 octobre 1963 à 13 h 10 à Plascassier à l'âge de 47 ans d'une hémorragie interne due à une insuffisance hépatique, usée par les excès, l'alcool, la morphine, la polyarthrite rhumatoïde et les souffrances de toute une vie.

Elle est morte dans les bras de Danielle Bonel, sa secrétaire et confidente tout au long de sa carrière. Le transport de sa dépouille dans son appartement 67, boulevard Lannes de Paris est organisé clandestinement et dans l'illégalité ; sa mort est annoncée officiellement le 11 octobre 1963 à Paris grâce à un faux certificat de décès post-daté de son médecin Claude Bernay de Laval, six heures avant le décès de son ami Jean Cocteau.

Cocteau, avec qui Édith entretenait une correspondance suivie, apprenant la nouvelle de sa mort, a dit : « C'est le bateau qui achève de couler. C'est ma dernière journée sur cette terre ». Il a ajouté : « Je n'ai jamais connu d'être moins économe de son âme. Elle ne la dépensait pas, elle la prodiguait, elle en jetait l'or par les fenêtres », avant de mourir lui-même.

 

Edith Piaf dies on October 10, 1963 at 13. 10 in Plascassier at the 47 years age of an internal bleeding due to a hepatic insufficiency, used by excesses, alcohol, morphine, the polyarthritis rhumatoïde and the sufferings of a whole life.

It died in the arms of Danielle Bonel, her secretary and confidante throughout her career. The transport of its skin in its 67, boulevard Lannes de Paris apartment is organized clandestinely and in the illegality; its death is officially announced on October 11, 1963 in Paris thanks to a fake certificate of death post-dated of its doctor Claude Bernay of Laval, six hours before the death of his/her friend Jean Cocteau.

Cocteau, with which Edith maintained a followed correspondence, learning the news from its death, said: “It is the boat which completes to run. It is my last day on this ground”.

It added: “I never knew to be less sparing of his heart. It did not spend it, it lavished it, it threw gold by the windows of it”, before dying itself.

With all respect, FlyerMall believes that not only France, but the whole world felt a great loss at the passing of this great talent.

Edith Piaf dies on October 10, 1963 at 13. 10 in Plascassier at the 47 years age of an internal bleeding due to a hepatic insufficiency, used by excesses, alcohol, morphine, the polyarthritis rhumatoïde and the sufferings of a whole life.With all respect, FlyerMall believes that not only France, but the whole world felt a great loss at the passing of this great talent.  

Edith Piaf biography (1 of 4)

She was named Édith after the World War I British nurse Edith Cavell, who was executed for helping French soldiers escape from German captivity.

 Piaf – slang for "sparrow" – was a nickname she received 20 years later.

Piaf. Une brève rencontre

 Theophanis Lamboukas with his wife Édith Piaf in 1962

 A biography of Theophanis Lamboukas, known as Théo Sarapo by Theo's younger sister, Christie Laum

 

 Post by Spyros Peter Goudas 9 AUG 2015