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Lucienne Boyer (Paris, August 18, 1903- Paris, December 6, 1983) was a French female singer, best known for her song ” Parlez-moi d’amour”. She was born as Émilienne-Henriette Boyer in the Montparnasse Quarter of Paris. Her melodious voice gave her the chance, while working as a part-time model, to sing in the cabarets of Montparnasse. An office position at a prominent Parisian theater opened the door for her and within a few years she was cast as Lucienne Boyer, singing in the major Parisian music halls. In 1927, Boyer sang at a concert by the great star Félix Mayol where she was seen by the American impresario Lee Shubert who immediately offered her a contract to come to Broadway. Boyer spent nine months in New York City, returning to perform there and to South America numerous times throughout the 1930s. By 1933 she had made a large number of recordings for Columbia Records of France including her signature song, ” Parlez-moi d’amour”. Written by Jean Lenoir, the song won the first-ever Grand Prix du Disque of the Charles Cros Academy.

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Parlez-Moi d'Amour
Parlez Moi D'Amour
Mon coeur est un violon
Si petite
Dans la fumée
La Barque d'Yves
Un amour comme le nôtre
Chez moi
Mon p'tit kaki
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Parlez-moi d'amour
Parlez moi d'Amour
International french stars - the lady in blue
The Lady in Blue
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Les Étoiles De La Chanson
Du Caf' Conc' au Music Hall
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