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Avignon no Hashi de


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Bridge of Avignon, Sur le Pont d'Avignon, Minna no Uta
Japanese: アビニョンの橋で

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Type: Music
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 1970
Producers: NHK
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Source: Music
Genres: Music, Kids
Duration: 2 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 4.981 (scored by 156 users)
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Ranked: #100012
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Popularity: #11250
Members: 325
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A Japanese version of an old 15th century French song 'Sur le Pont d'Avignon,' which describes how people would come and dance on the Pont St. Bénézet (Pont d’Avignon).

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Dec 31, 2018
matthigh (All reviews)
Part of the very long running "Minna no Uta" program, where child-friendly songs (2 minutes in length) are paired with some simple animation. These videos have been appearing on Japanese television for over five decades, featuring a very wide range of artists (both performing the songs, and creating the animation).

In most cases, the quality of the animation is very crude and simplistic, since these are basically aimed at a young audience. This 1970 offering is no exception - quick and simple animation to go along with the centuries-old folk song. Nothing impressive here, and this is pretty much read more

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