Monday Morning Music: Zaz in Montmartre

I love running into (good) performers on the street. It’s a sweet bit of serendipity that lifts my mood.

Here’s a ditty by the French singer Zaz. The song, “Les passants,” means passerby.

I thought this might help you imagine strolling through Montmartre and add a little pizzazz to the start of the week. (Thanks PerfectlyParis for the link!)

What are your favorite surprises?


11 Responses to “Monday Morning Music: Zaz in Montmartre”

  1. 1 Milsters @ Little Pieces of Light February 20, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    I LOVE ZAZ! Thank you for putting this up; it totally made my Monday morning. (Even though it’s gorgeous outside, it just makes going into work even more painful…)


  2. 3 Gail, PerfectlyParis (@Perfectly_Paris) February 20, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    Thanks for sharing and I adore this video !!


  3. 5 Linda February 20, 2012 at 5:33 pm

    Since I don’t speak great French…ok, let’s get real. My French is awful! lol Did that glorious girl skat? It sounded great! Thanks for sharing!


  4. 7 Amy Kortuem February 20, 2012 at 7:39 pm

    They’re amazing. I hope someone “discovers” them and gets them lots and lots of paying gigs.

    When I was last in Paris I kept seeing the same accordion player over and over – the street, a restaurant, then in the Metro. I loved it. Musical surprises are the best, aren’t they?


    • 8 paris (im)perfect February 21, 2012 at 12:37 am

      Thankfully, they *have* been discovered. The clip was actually from 2010 and Zaz is a well known singer here as far as I can tell.

      And yes, musical surprises are the best! That’s funny about the accordion player. I sometimes like to think my life is being played against a soundtrack. Seems like you had your own personal musician for your Paris trip ; )


      • 9 Amy Kortuem February 21, 2012 at 4:45 pm

        That’s great – I think that way, too! The accordion play definitely did provide the soundtrack for that trip to Paris. I loved the music so much I braved a huge music store to find a traditional French accordion CD.


  5. 10 Lisa February 21, 2012 at 4:01 am

    Their hair matches!


  6. 11 Paris Karin (an alien parisienne) February 22, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    Zaz is so great. 🙂 I really love her. To me, she encapsulates the vibe of Parisian Hipster Gen Y so well, lol. Thanks for sharing this, Sion! (and now off to the hot-off-the-press post! I have been meaning to comment on this one for DAYS now, and finally did).


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