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Montmartre, Paris (A large hill on the right bank) By Paul Goldfinger ©

Montmartre, Paris (A large hill on the Right Bank) By Paul Goldfinger © Reposted from 2015.

GERRY MULLIGAN  “Home when shadows fall”

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St. Remy, France. By Paul Goldfinger ©

St. Remy, France. Silver gelatin print.  By Paul Goldfinger ©  Click on the image to enlarge this chateau.  Reposted from August,  2014.  Blogfinger.net

WIEGENLIED (LULLABY) #2.    Slovenia Symphony Orchestra.  By Franz Schubert

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Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. c.1999. By Paul Goldfinger

Photograph above:    Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. c.1999. By Paul Goldfinger  © Silver gelatin darkroom print.

 

TONY BENNETT AND THE RALPH SHARON ORCHESTRA live  at Carnegie Hall in 1962. There they celebrated the seasons:    New York in June  with “How About You” and  Paris in April with  “April in Paris”

 “How About You” was written by Vernon Duke (music)  and E.Y. Harburg   (lyrics)   for a 1932 Broadway show “Walk a Little Faster.”

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Paul Goldfinger.  © Place des Vosges, Paris.  Undated.   Silver gelatin darkroom print. © Undated.

 

NANCY LAMOTT   from her album American Popular Standards, Volume 1.

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Paris. By Paul Goldfinger © Click left for full view

Paris. By Paul Goldfinger © Click  for full view   (re-posted from 2013)

CHARLES TRENET.  “La Romance de Paris.”

 

 

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Gare du Nord, Paris.  Paul Goldfinger photo. c.1996. ©

Gare du Nord, Paris. Paul Goldfinger photo. c.1996. ©  Click to enlarge

 

MAX RAABE AND DAS PALAST ORCHESTER.     Live at Carnegie Hall, 2007.

Max  Raabe and Das Palaster Orchester.

Max Raabe and Das Palast Orchester.

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Paris. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

Paris. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

 

JOHNNY HARTMAN     From the Clint Eastwood film  (with Meryl Streep) The Bridges of Madison County.

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Hi Paul:

Greetings from Manhattan. Over fifty years ago, my grandmother said a few things to me shortly before she died that I knew would eventually find their way into a poem. Here is “Grandmother’s Note” from my 2008 collection, Father of Water.

Best wishes,

Charles Pierre

Paris. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Paris. By Paul Goldfinger ©

 

Grandmother’s Note

By Charles Pierre

 

Looking for less with each added year,

I’ve begun to live in the small space

that surrounds me now, in the shadows

 

that gather at my feet and follow

as I walk along, and in the breezes

that take my shape for an instant,

 

leaving nothing but gentle creases

in my hair and a cool ripple

over my skin. Expecting little,

 

I go where my handwriting leads me –

become just a sound, a word, a phrase,

part of the impression on the page

 

for a moment, not an old woman

with the obvious lines of age, but

a clear thought in this surrounding space

 

CAL TJADER: “The Night We Called it a Day”

 

Charles Pierre. Photograph by Marcella Kerr. ©

Charles Pierre. Photograph by Marcella Kerr. ©

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Tuileries  Garden. Paris.  By Paul Goldfinger. Silver gelatin darkroom print. ©  Click to enlarge. Blogfinger.net

Tuileries Garden. Paris. By Paul Goldfinger. Silver gelatin darkroom print. © Click to enlarge. Blogfinger.net

 

SOPHIE MILMAN

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St. Germaine des Pres church in Paris. Paul Goldfinger photo c.1991. Blogfinger.net ©

St. Germaine des Pres church in Paris. Paul Goldfinger photo c.1991.  Silver gelatin darkroom print.   Blogfinger.net ©

WYNTON MARSALIS

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