An American in Paris

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An American in Paris
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ISBN : 9781800190108
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Walking through Montmartre that morning was like the eerie calm right before a storm. The roads were deserted. We carried on, arm in arm, and then finally, we saw them. Columns and columns of soldiers, spreading through the streets like a toxic grey vapour. ‘You must write about this,’ he whispered to me. ‘You must write about the day freedom left Paris.’ 1937: Florence has dreamed her whole life of coming to Paris. She arrives on a sweltering summer day and, lost on the steep streets of Montmartre, asks for directions from Otto, a young artist with paint-spattered clothes and the most beautiful smile she has ever seen. Otto becomes her guide to Paris, taking her to visit paintings in the Louvre and bookshops by the Seine. And when Otto returns home to finish his studies, they vow to reunite on the same spot they met, one year to the day. Still dreaming of their parting kiss, Florence starts writing for an American newspaper and throws herself into becoming truly Parisian. All too soon, heady days of parties and champagne are replaced by rumours of war. When Otto finally returns to her, it is as an exile, fleeing Nazi persecution. Soon, not even Paris is safe. Florence’s articles now document life under occupation and hide coded messages from the Resistance. But with the man she loves in terrible danger, her words feel hollow and powerless. If Florence risks everything by accepting a dangerous mission, can she rescue their dreams from that sunny day before the war? A sweeping wartime story that will capture your heart and never let it go. Fans of The Alice Network, The Lost Girls of Paris and My Name is Eva will be absolutely gripped from the very first page.

An American in Paris

Walking through Montmartre that morning was like the eerie calm right before a storm. The roads were deserted. We carried on, arm in arm, and then finally, we saw them. Columns and columns of soldiers, spreading through the streets like a toxic grey vapour. ‘You must write about this,’ he

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An American in Paris

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An American in Paris

An American in Paris (1951) was a landmark film in the careers of Vincente Minnelli, Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. A joyous celebration of George Gershwin's music, French art, the beauty of dance and the fabled City of Light, the film was heralded as a rare example of entertainment 'for mass

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(Vocal Selections). 14 selections from the Tony Award -winning production presented in vocal line arrangements with piano accompaniment. Includes: An American in Paris * But Not for Me * For You, for Me for Evermore * I Got Rhythm * I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise * I've Got Beginner's Luck * The Man I Love * 'S

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Blues  An American in Paris    Flute Quartet score   parts

"Blues" from "An American in Paris" by George Gershwin, arrangement for Flute Quartet (intermediate level) by Francesco Leone . Score and Parts: 3 C Flutes and G Alto Flute. Audio demo available on www.glissato.it -

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"Blues" from "An American in Paris" by George Gershwin, arrangement for Woodwind Quintet (intermediate level) by Francesco Leone . Score and Parts: Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, French Horn in F and Bassoon. Audio demo available on www.glissato.it -

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