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For one thing, the expression "La Belle Epoque" - which, after all . Many writers of the time, like Proust and Gide, betray no sense of foreboding

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The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French: ; French for "Beautiful Epoch") was a period of French and Western history

The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French: ; French for "Beautiful Epoch") was a period of French and Western history. It is conventionally dated from the end of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871 to the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Occurring during the era of the French Third Republic (which began in 1870), it was a period characterised by: optimism; regional peace; economic prosperity; an apex of colonial empires; and technological, scientific, and cultural innovations

Paris: La Belle Époque is a stylish disc of French fin de siècle music as rendered by popular cellist Yo-Yo Ma with the help of pianist and ace chamber musician Kathryn Stott

Paris: La Belle Époque is a stylish disc of French fin de siècle music as rendered by popular cellist Yo-Yo Ma with the help of pianist and ace chamber musician Kathryn Stott. Despite the milieu evoked by the front cover, this program consists of more seriously minded French music of the day and avoids the parlor and cabaret fare in fashion in Paris at that time. Paris: La Belle Époque has excellent notes by Phillip Huscher that deftly tie the music to the works of author Marcel Proust and to the world surrounding him.

Even if you haven’t read À la Recherche du Temps Perdu, you shouldn’t be afraid to read Proust’s Duchess, Caroline Weber’s beguiling group biography of three aristocratic salonnières of Parisian high society in the Belle Époque. Together they inspired the composite figure of the exquisite, elegantly remote Duchesse de Guermantes, the muse of Proust’s dreams of chivalric French history, romance and la vie Parisienne.