Did you know that the first microsillon was invented in 3000 BC in an Egyptian pyramid? Let the high-voiced singers freak out the girls? That the expression "Con as a tenor" is justified by the laws of acoustics? That Robespierre's performance gave birth to jazz? That the notes in the range influence our moods? Sitting at the piano, André Manoukian offers us a erudite and crazy journey in the history of music. He explains why some notes draw tears, while others anguish us or make us idiots of love. He shares with us the magic of musical creation. If little Wolfgang, at 3 years old, was looking for "the notes that love each other" on his harpsichord, giving the passage the most beautiful definition of music, the supreme inspiration, is... when you get dumped. A good heartache, nothing better to compose! Beethoven and Wagner, as great rake specialists, have produced an impressive amount of masterpieces. Having known a number of muses and mermaids himself, the musician wanted to know why he was sweating mustache when a young girl was singing Fever, snapping her fingers against the odds. Trying to unravel the mystery of the voice, André Manoukian paints a story of music like you've never heard it before. You'll never listen to Sheila the same way again!