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La Mer de Pianos, a film about the oldest piano shop in Paris

La Mer de Pianos (The Sea of Pianos) is a lovely documentary short film about Marc Manceaux, the owner of Fournitures Generales pour le Piano, the oldest piano shop in Paris.

Filmed, produced, and directed by Tom Wrigglesworth and Mathieu Cuveliert, it’s narrated in French with English subtitles.


marc manceaux in his shop
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