I've lived twice" Edith Piaf. It's where you share this knowledge that counts. The Parisian idol died on 11 October 1963. Weight: 4,170 kilos. The "Bravos de Music Hall" are the ancestors of the current "Victoires de la Musique". Great quotes are not where you find great wisdom. Sharing Is Caring. Richard Cavendish | Published in History Today Volume 63 Issue 10 October 2013. Edith Piaf (1915-1963) Bronze Trophy of the "Bravos de Music Hall 1955" handed to Edith Piaf, May 15, 1956. Her songs of love and loss in a voice that Jean Cocteau described as ‘like black velvet’ made Edith Piaf a Parisian idol. She was only 47 when she died in her villa on the French Riviera and her body was immediately taken to Paris. She sang with a lyrical abandon that seemed to transcend the pain and sorrow of living. Death of Edith Piaf. She was addicted to alcohol and drugs for much of her life, and her later years were marred by chronic pain. Height: 34 cm. Edith Piaf Biography. Through it all, Piaf managed to hold onto a basically optimistic view of life. It's a form of death" Edith Piaf "I don't lie; I improve on my life" Edith Piaf "I can die now. "Drugs are a carnival in hell" Edith Piaf "Death is the beginning of something" Edith Piaf "I'm afraid to sleep. On April 3, 1954 Piaf was the guest of honor on the French TV show La Joie de Vivre. In patinated bronze on marble base representing a pair of hands applauding gracefully.
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