Music charts in France used to be dominated by tunes imported from the U.S. Now, native artists are claiming their space under the sun. In light of Saturday's Bastille Day, we look at what is hot in French music. Also: Pharaoh's Daughter
is a band whose music evokes a wide gamut of sounds and places: from Hasidic Brooklyn to '70s psychedelia, from an Israeli seminary to smoky Turkish bars. They perform live in studio. And finally: a look at classical music's answer to Deadheads: Wagner fans.