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And finally – Chopin among Friends

There it is – Chopin’s profile beneath a statue of a weeping Muse, which is dated ‘Clésinger 1850’. The monument was erected a year after the funeral, and was sculpted by Clésinger, who was also the architect of the rift  between George Sand and … Continue reading

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Walking the Walk – to Chopin’s Grave

Poulenc, Piaf, Proust and Pissarro have more in common than their creative artistry and the initial letter of their surname. They are all buried in the Père Lachaise cemetery, that pleasant ‘cité des morts’ in Paris’s 20th arrondissement, the final … Continue reading

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