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December 18, 2012

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My Audio Christmas Card 2012

by soundlandscapes

JUST ONE WEEK TO GO and Christmas will be upon us so this seems like the appropriate time to post my audio Christmas card.

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My Audio Christmas Card 2012:

This audio card is made up of a handful of the sounds of Paris that I’ve recorded during the past year.  It’s been a good year for the Brits in Paris with Bradley Wiggins winning the Tour de France and Mark Cavendish winning his fourth consecutive stage of le Tour in the Champs Elysées.  We also had a presidential election and I was in the Place de la Bastille recording the sounds on that memorable night in May when the crowd erupted as the exit polls showed that François Holland had won. I’ve also included sounds from the Elysées Palace when François Holland was sworn in as Président de la République. There is some of the wonderful street music that enriches our lives in Paris as well as a glimpse of the French Army male voice choir and, of course, the wonderful sounds of the Paris Métro.

This compilation is dedicate to all those who visit this blog regularly as well as to those who happen to drop in as they’re passing by. I extend my grateful thanks to you all.

I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and all that you wish for yourselves in 2013.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Suzi Montgomery
    Dec 18 2012

    Best card this year…. nice to hear Paris from Salt Lake City- thanks for your efforts- you do get around. Merry Christmas ~ Joyeux Noel !

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    • Dec 18 2012

      Thank you Suzi. Salt Lake City does seem a very long way from here but I’m so pleased that this audio card reached you safely and that you enjoyed the sounds of Paris. Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année!

      Reply

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