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Here is a disc for one of those dreary days when you need a pick-me-up, a 1974 collection of French songs and arias, many of them of the confectionery sort, all delivered with the genial radiance characteristic of soprano Beverly Sills. The program was put together by conductor Andrￃﾩ Kostelanetz and features some material he originally arranged for his wife Lily Pons, an idol of Sills'. It is a mixture that sparkles and, well, bubbles. From the opening of Jean Lenoir's "Parlez-moi d'amour" there is an atmosphere of operetta-like lightness and lift which pervades the entire disc, from the delicacy of Franz Liszt's "Oh, quand je dors" or Charles Koechlin's "Si tu le veux" to the more heady emotions of Francis Poulenc's "Les Chemins de l'amour" As a bonus to the original LP tracks, Sony has added three Spanish songs Sills and Kostelanetz recorded in 1961, including a most affecting Granados number, "La maja y el ruisenor."See on Walmart
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