pertaining to the lungs.
2. of the nature of a lung; lunglike.
3. affecting the lungs.
4. having lungs or lunglike organs.
5. pertaining to or affected with disease of the lungs.
She settled down in Percy-sur-Marne in 1973 and kept releasing records for the rest of her career, never quite settling down artistically or relying on success, touring [larger] and larg[er] through the years (her discography is full of live albums), multiplying collaborations (William Sheller, Maurice Béjart, among many) and appearing in movies (like the Jacques Brel-directed Franz), stage plays, and television (Maritie et Gilbert Carpentier, Le Grand Echiquier).
In the '80s, she became a strong backup to François Mitterand (the song "Regarde" was written to celebrate his 1981 election), who would decorate her with the Légion d'Honneur after he was re-elected in 1988. In 1997, Barbara was writing her biography when she was struck by a sudden pulmonary infection. On November 24, she passed away at the American Hospital of Neuilly-sur-Seine and was laid to rest in the Jewish part of Bagneux's cemetery on the 27th.
One can barely keep count of how many live shows she performed, songs she sung, rewards she received, people she met, or how much love she gave her audience. Barbara left an everlasting [imprint] on French popular music, forever joining the legendary songwriters club alongside Piaf, Brel, Ferré, and Brassens.
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