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Through French Chanson we can learn how the French live, love and think. Five more episodes exploring beautiful voices and melodies. No French language skills needed to enjoy the show.

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5 more Episodes of "Bonjour Chanson" French Language Popular Music

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Listen to the best of French Chanson with a commentary in English. At least 6 artists with one of their songs in each episode.

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French Chanson, as celebrated today and yesterday, with an English commentary. You will love this genre!

Caption: Provence, Credit: Lydia Roelandts, Antwerp, Belgium
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Bonjour Chanson brings a kaleidoscope of French Language Popular Music to English speakers. The artists and songs are introduced in English. French language skills are not required.

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5 more Episodes of "Bonjour Chanson" French Popular Music

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In Series 1 through 4 of Bonjour Chanson we have introduced 95 artists and 120 songs from French Language Popular Music to the English Speaking Public. Bonjour Chanson Series 5 continues the tradition. We bring performers that are in great demand today, as well as the great talents of the past who still sound fresh today.

Caption: A scene in Dieppe, Credit: Courtesy of Lydia Roelandts
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In the first 20 Series of "Bonjour Chanson" we have introduced 600 distinct French Language songs in less than eight years. In Series 21 we'll introduce 30 more songs and you do not need to understand French to enjoy the show.

Caption: Tearoom in Rouen, Credit: Lydia Roelandts, Antwerp, Belgium
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Five more episodes of "Bonjour Chanson" where we explore the so-called "New Stage" named for the young singers and songwriters who renew "French Chanson" but also celebrate the great singer/songwriters of yesteryear.

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5 Episodes of "Bonjour Chanson": French Language Popular Music.

Caption: Charente Maritime, Credit: by courtesy of Lydia Roelandts
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Since 2008 "Bonjour Chanson" has brought a wide range of Francophone artists to the English speaking Public. The artists and songs are introduced in English and this information greatly adds to the listening pleasure.

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Series 7 of "Bonjour Chanson" continues the exploration of "French Language Popular Music" which touches on every human emotion and concern. We'll see how "the Chanson" changes in time, renewing itself and becoming more diverse, yet retaining its magical qualities.

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The constant discovery of new talent in "French Chanson" allows us to introduce many great new songs. Enjoy this wonderful genre!

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We continue to explore the quintessential French Chanson. We seek out the artists who, in previous decades,became famous throughout the Francophone world and beyond, as well as today's rising stars who create a vibrant future for the genre. The commentary is in English. No need to speak or understand French to enjoy the show.

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"Bonjour Chanson" has been introducing English speakers to "French Chanson since 2008. The genre is rich and diverse and constantly renews itself. There is never any danger of running out of exciting songs. You do not need to speak French to enjoy the shows!

Caption: Saint-Paul de Vence, Credit: courtesy Dr. George Pikler, Tulsa, OK.
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We are always on the lookout for great French singers and songs that will appeal to the English speaking public, ...and we find them. The episodes, in this, the 13th Series of Bonjour Chanson, constitute the proof!

Caption: Deauville, Credit: Lydia Roelandts
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French Chanson is a rich musical genre You do not need to understand French to enjoy the music. In this Series we continue our exploration of new artists and we revisit those who already have made their mark and who continue to charm us.

Caption: Beuvron-en-Auge, Credit: Eddy Goedtkindt, Antwerp, Belgium
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Enjoy wonderful French Language songs from today and yesterday. Each episode introduces 6 Francophone Artists in English with one of their songs.

Caption: Diners study the menu at Café St. Régis on Ile Saint-Louis, Credit: Mina Carson/Dreamstime
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French Chanson is constantly evolving. We introduce the artists of the New French Scene and those who have endured over the years.

Caption: Painters Place du Tertre, Montmartre, Credit: Jose Lledo
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French Chanson renews itself constantly and the songs from the 1950's and beyond coexist beautifully with those of the second decade of the 21st Century because they have a common paradigm. We, the listeners, reap the benefits when we listen to the former as well as the latter.

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All over the U.S. we find people who like French Chanson. Some speak French, many don't. We bring the stories of the artists and their songs in English to enable everyone to enjoy the genre. To date, in Series 1 through 9, we have introduced 270 songs to our listeners and we are only getting started.

Caption: Maison Carree, Nîmes. , Credit: Lydia Roelandts, Antwerp, Belgium
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We continue our exploration of French Language Popular Music with songs from yesterday and today. Through the English commentary you'll learn about the artists and what the songs are about. Pour yourself a glass of good wine and enjoy the beautiful voices and melodies.

Caption: Cherries in a French Market, Credit: Jim Rothschild, Baltimore, MD.
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240 French Language songs to date and counting! Follow us on our continued journey into French Language Popular Music. No need to speak French to enjoy this musical genre.

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5 Episodes of wonderful French Language Popular Music Songs presented to appeal to English speaking Audiences

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French Chanson is like a mountain spring with pristine water. It keeps on giving from its inventory of talented artists, beautiful melodies and poetic texts. We continue our journey through this wonderful genre. The commentary is in English.