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A memorable ode to romance and/in Paris, composed in 1951 by Hubert Giraud as the theme song for a little known film of the same name. French people are likely to know the song from chansonniers Édith Piaf or Yves Montand. When we played this at a concert at the Belgian Ambassador's house in Washington, DC, everyone sang along! American pop singer Andy Williams popularized it in the US in the 1960s as Under Paris Skies.

The piece sits surprisingly well on the hammered dulcimer, using just about every chord it has and allows the harp guitar to use its bass strings to great effect.