numerology

Numerology information Misraki:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma

songs

Songs about Misraki:

songsJe chante (C. Trenet - Misraki) by Charles Trenet from the Album Les Plus Belles Chansons des Années TSF

songsAvant de t'aimer (A. Hornez - P. Misraki) by Jane Morgan from the Album Bernard Hilda : Champs-Elysées Club

songsAvant de t'aimer (film "La petite chocolatière") (A. Hornez - P. Misraki) by Lucien Lupi from the Album Lucien Lupi

songsC'est merveilleux (R.Desbois - P.Misraki) by Marie-josé from the Album Marie José : En souvenir de Marie José

songsC'est un scandale (A. Hornez - P. Misraki) by Jacques Hélian et son orchestre from the Album 160 minutes avec Jacques Hélian

songsC'est un scandale (A. Hornez - P. Misraki) by Coco Aslan from the Album 160 minutes avec Jacques Hélian

songsC'était la moindre des choses (P. Misraki) by Irène Hilda from the Album Irène Hilda : Mes Chansons préférées

books

Books about Misraki:

booksUN PDG AU PARADIS by MISRAKI,PAUL by Paul MISRAKI (1991)

booksHoliday in Paris: French Song Hits by Such Foremost Composers as Brel, Aznavour, Trenet, Misraki and Others by Various Composers (1968)

booksLes Idées ont des jambes. Un chant du Réarmement Moral. Musique et paroles de P. Misraki by Paul Misraki (1948)

booksIl nous faut un printemps pour le monde. [Unison song with chorus.] Words and music by P. Misraki (1948). Fr (... by Paul Misraki (1948)

wiki

Wiki information Misraki:

Paul Misraki
Film score Artist, Film music contributor, Composer, Person, Musical Artist, Musician, Lyricist, Deceased Person

Paul Misraki was a French composer of popular music and film scores. Over the course of over 60 years, Misraki wrote the music to 130 films, scoring works by directors like Jean Renoir, Claude Chabrol, Jacques Becker, Jean-Pierre Melville, Jean-Luc...

Retour à l'aube
Romance Film, Film

Retour à l'aube is a 1938 French drama film starring Danielle Darrieux, and was directed by Henri Decoin, who co-wrote screenplay with Vicki Baum and Pierre Wolff. The music score is by Paul Misraki. It was filmed in Budapest, Hungary.