With the singer Sylphe (Sylvia Heckendorn), accompanied on the piano by Christian Müller.
A soulful and funny evening with German and French chansons by Zarah Leander, Jacques Brel, Marlene Dietrich, Edith Piaf, Hildegard Knef, Charles Trenet, Gilbert Bécaud and others.
A miracle will happen one day. We've always known that. On this evening it could be so. When sous les ponts de Paris guests cross the threshold of the theatre and think: je ne veux pas travailler, when the sensitive thoroughbred pianist Christian Müller takes hold of the keys, when the emotionally charged singer Sylphe raises her voice and makes it clear why a woman only becomes beautiful through love, while red roses rain down from the sky and all listeners wonder how one can be so set on love from head to toe, then all the ladies will want to give away a heart, la mer will glitter, and they will finally understand à quoi ça sert l'amour: C'est si bon!
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