A chanson is in general any lyric-driven French song, usually polyphonic and secular. A singer specializing in chansons is known as a "chanteur" (male) or "chanteuse" (female); a collection of chansons, especially from the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, is also known as a chansonnier. The earliest chansons were the epic poems performed to simple monophonic melodies by a professional class of jongleurs or ménestrels.
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Françoise Hardy – Tous Les Garçons et Les Filles (1962). Françoise Hardy, born in 1944, is a French singer, actress, and astrologer who has become an iconic figure in fashion and music. Tous Les Garçons et Les Filles ( All the boys and girls ) was chic superstar Hardy’s first hit, eventually achieving multi-platinum status in France. Hardy, who wrote the song, narrates a story about the envies of watching others around you fall in love. In the 1970s, Dassin was a massive success, his songs regularly featuring in the French charts, and Les Champs-Élysées was his most famous record. Claude François – Comme d’habitude (1968). Written by Claude François and Jacques Revaux in 1967, the song was originally recorded by Hervé Vilard.
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The funny thing about including Black Satin on a list of songs with supposedly tasteful handclaps is that the album it comes from, 1972′s On the Corner, was a pretty controversial album when it was released. It drew the ire of some jazz purists who didn’t particularly find much to celebrate on the album of trance-like rhythmic repetitions. Though Rolling Stone liked it, for the record. History’s redeemed it-Davis was ahead of his time-and that goes for how he used handclaps as well.