Uncovering the French Music Gems in the Soundtrack of the Series Emily in Paris

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The hit Netflix series “Emily in Paris” not only showcases the beauty and charm of the city of Paris but also highlights the rich cultural heritage of France through its use of music. The show’s soundtrack features a diverse selection of French music that ranges from classic chanson to contemporary pop. This selection of music not only adds to the overall viewing experience but also provides insight into the cultural and social aspects of French society.

The inclusion of classic French chanson in the show, such as Charles Aznavour’s “La Bohème,” highlights the timeless and enduring nature of this genre of music. It also serves as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of France and the significant role that music has played in the country’s history.

The use of contemporary French pop music, such as Justice’s “D.A.N.C.E.” and Zaz’s showcases the diversity and dynamism of the French music scene today. It also reflects the ever-changing cultural and social landscape of France, where tradition and modernity coexist in a unique and fascinating way.

Another prominent artist featured in the show is the French singer and songwriter, Camille, her song “Ta douleur” is heard in the show, and it adds to the emotional depth and complexity of the series.

The French singer, Zaz, also has a song featured in the show “Je veux”, her unique voice and style add to the charm and energy of the show.

The French singer, Yelle, also has a song featured in the show “Que veux-tu”, her catchy and upbeat song adds a fun and energetic vibe to the soundtrack.

French chanson artist Françoise Hardy, is also included in the soundtrack with her song “Comment te dire adieu”.

Legendary French singer and actress Edith Piaf, is represented in the series with her classic hit “La vie en rose”.

Serge Gainsbourg, French singer and actor, his song “Je t’aime… moi non plus” is included in the series.

Brigitte Bardot, the French actress and singer has her song “Je danse donc je suis” included in the series.

Jacques Dutronc, French singer, composer and actor, his song “Il est cinq heures, Paris s’éveille” is included in the series.

Others French artist included in the series soundtrack:

  • The Teenagers
  • Petit Biscuit
  • Clara Luciani
  • Aloïse Sauvage
  • Melody Gardot
  • The Avener
  • Lous and The Yakuza
  • Poom
  • La Femme
  • Alex Beaupain
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg
  • Léonie Pernet
  • Sébastien Tellier
  • Villa 

In short, the use of French music in “Emily in Paris” plays a crucial role in setting the mood and atmosphere of the series. Each song used in the show is carefully selected to enhance the viewing experience and to perfectly capture the essence of the city of Paris. The diverse selection of French music featured in the show, ranging from classic chanson to contemporary pop, provides insight into the cultural and social aspects of French society. It highlights the richness and diversity of French music, and the significant role it plays in shaping the cultural and social identity of France. The music in the show also serves as a reminder of the timeless and enduring nature of French culture and its ability to adapt and evolve through the ages. The soundtrack of the show is an essential part of the viewing experience and adds to the overall enjoyment of the series.

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