CHARLES AZNAVOUR may well be the only person who remembers his first visit to New York, in 1948. He was 24, poor, and spoke no English, but he was eager for adventure. Edith Piaf had invited him to accompany her to the United States — as a friend, not a lover, he insists — and the ”little sparrow” helped him find a few gigs of his own. More important, this short, wiry Frenchman entered a world of music in which he felt immediately at home. He already knew the work of Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Jerome Kern, and now he discovered Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie. New York Times.
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