Richard Galliano, Accordion
Sylvain Luc, Guitar
Hommage à Édith Piaf
"L'accordéoniste" was one of their greatest hits, and the accordion is probably the instrument that is most associated with their music. Édith Piaf is the quintessence of the French chanson, and without the accordion it would be impossible. The French accordion legend, Richard Galliano, was born in 1950 in the great time of Piaf. When he was ten years old, she sang her unforgettable anthem "Non, je ne regrette rien," while deathly ill, with the primal power and intensity that made her into a legend. On the occasion of her 100th birthday in 2015, Richard Galliano and Sylvain Luc paid homage to Edith Piaf, who bowed to the immortal hits “La vie en rose,” “L'hymne à l'amour” and “Milord” but who also reinterpreted and enriched them with elements of jazz and Gallianos Musette Neuve-style. With dedication and warmth, the two will pay tribute to one of their famous countrymen, whose great passion for life was love.
Supported by Gollan Unternehmensgruppe
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