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"Juliette Gréco has made a masterpiece of her life", greeted Culture Minister Roselyne Bachelot on Wednesday evening., after bringing a breath of freedom and modernity to French song in the 1950s. A freedom that she has also always claimed in her love life, especially when a passionate and tormented love affair threw her into the arms of famous trumpeter Miles Davis.
Where does the expression "one lost, ten found" come from?
© Pixabay In the new program of Europe 1, "Historically yours", Stéphane Bern looks at the roots of an expression of everyday life. Friday, he is interested in the origin of "one of lost, ten of found", which like "to cry like a madeleine" or "the position of the missionary", is part of the locutions which draw their origin in the Catholic religion. It's a classic, almost a cliché, that we use to console a friend who has just been dumped: the expression "one (s) lost, ten found (s) ".
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In 1949, the American at 23, the French at 22. He comes to Paris to perform at the International Jazz Festival, Salle Pleyel. "Boris Vian's wife suggests that I go to a jazz concert. I say to her: 'of course, but I don't have a penny'. She replied: 'I know, I'm taking you and we will stay behind the scenes' ", told Juliette Gréco in 2007, at the microphone of Europe 1." I love her too much to make her unhappy "
" I saw Miles in profile. And I heard what we call beauty, genius, life! ". A fleeting, but impossible love immediately emerges between the two artists, in particular because of racism. Juliette Gréco experienced it some time later, in the restaurant of a New York palace, the Waldorf-Astoria.
"The butler arrived. He threw the dishes at us as one would throw them at mad dogs, and he left," said Juliette Gréco, still on our airwaves. "That night Miles called me, and told me he didn't want to see me anymore so as not to harm me."
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When Jean-Paul Sartre asks the jazzman why he did not want to marry Juliette Gréco, he would have answered: "Because I love her too much to make her miserable." Ultimately, these two soul mates will never stop meeting again. "I think of him very often. This love was something so pure, so beautiful and so strange", she confided again in 2015.
Khatia Buniatishvili, "classical music for all" .
© JOEL SAGET Franco-Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili during a posing session on July 30, 2020 From a prelude by Chopin to Morricone's "Deborah's Theme": crossing the eras in her latest album, the Franco-Georgian pianist Khatia Buniatishvili likes to talk about classical music in the plural and within everyone's reach. The one who is sometimes nicknamed "the pop star of classical music" assumes the eclectic side of the album, rightly named "Labyrinth".