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Various - Anthologie De La Chanson Française 1930 ... 1950 flac album

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Performer: Various
Title: Anthologie De La Chanson Française 1930 ... 1950
Style: Chanson, Swing, Easy Listening
Category: Jazz / Pop
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: APE AUD AHX XM MP1 MP4 WAV

Album · 1991 · 23 Songs. a c'est de la musique + 29 succès de Colette Renard. Anthologie de la chanson française : 1932. Anthologie de la chanson française : 1934. Anthologie de la chanson française : 1936.

J'ai deux amours, 03:12. Les housards de la garde, 02:54. T'en fais pas bouboule, 03:28. Rosalie est partie, 03:05. Now playing: a-ha Take On Me.

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Updated: 19 April 2018. Rina Ketty moved to Paris in the 1930s and made her breakthrough in 1938 with the songs Sombreros et Mantilles and J’attendrai. Ketty escaped the limelight in 1945 as a result of the war, and eventually moved to Canada in 1954. In 1965, Ketty embarked on the resurrection of her career in France, but was unable to reach her pre-war success. Dassin and his family traveled around Europe after being blacklisted by Hollywood in 1950. In 1964, after moving to France, Dassin signed a major recording contract with the American label CBS, becoming the first singer to perform French songs under an American label. In the 1970s, Dassin was a massive success, his songs regularly featuring in the French charts, and Les Champs-Élysées was his most famous record.

Chanson Française is the typical style of French music (chanson means "song" in French) and is still very popular in France. Also during the 1950s one of the more representative of Montmartre cabaret singers was Suzanne Robert. During the 1970s, new artists modernized the chanson Française (Michel Fugain, Renaud, Francis Cabrel, Alain Souchon, Jacques Higelin, Alain Chamfort, Joe Dassin) and also in the 80s (Étienne Daho, Têtes Raides) till now (Benjamin Biolay, Zaz, Vincent Delerm, Bénabar, Jean-Louis Murat, Miossec, Juliette, Mano Solo, Jacques Higelin, Matthieu Chedid, Mathieu Boogaerts, Daniel Darc, Maurane, Christina Goh, Renan Luce). Répertoire analytique de la musique française, des origins à nos jours. Paris: Horizons de France, 1948. Krümm, Philippe and Jean-Pierre Rasle.

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Type: Album + Compilation.

Anthologie de la chanson française : 1930.

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A1 S. Delair* Le Lycée Papillon 5:36
A2 S. Delair* Symptahie 2:35
A3 C. Borel* La Chapelle Au Clair De Lune 2:15
A4 Andrex Quand Un Vicomte 2:10
A5 S. Langlois* Un Jeune Homme Chantait 2:55
A6 L. Jeunesse* Couches Dans Le Foin 2:20
B1 C. Borel* Paris Je T'aime D'amour
B2 S. Langlois* Si Petite
B3 Andrex Amusez Vous
B4 L. Jeunesse* Sous Es Toits De Paris
B5 G. Garcin* Qui Craint Le Grand Méchant Loup
B6 C. Borel* Avoir Un Bon Copain
C1 Unknown Artist Les Gars De La Marine
Orchestra – Unknown Artist
C2 L. Jeunesse* Sur Es Quais Du Vieux Paris
C3 S. Delair* Le Chaland Qui Passe
C4 G. Garcin* Et C. Borel* Tout Va Très Bien Madame La Marquise
C5 S. Langlois* Je N'en Connais Pas la Fin
C6 C. Borel* Le Soleil Et La Lune
D1 S. Delair* Le Doux Caboulot 1:50
D2 L. Jeunesse* Je Tire Ma Reverence 2:55
D3 G. Garcin* Ca Vaut Mieux Que D'attraper La Scarlatine 2:40
D4 C. Borel* Attends Moi Mon Amour 3:15
D5 S. Langlois* La Valse À Dede De Montmartre 2:00
D6 Andrex Avec Les Pompiers 2:20
E1 S. Langlois* A Paris 3:30
E2 C. Borel* Symphonie 2:40
E3 G. Garcin* Le Régiment Des Mandolines
E4 Andrex Bebert
E5 S. Delair* Insensiblement
E6 L. Jeunesse* C'est Si Bon
F1 S. Delair* Avec Son Tralala
F2 L. Jeunesse* Que Reste-t-il De Nos Amours?
F3 G. Garcin* Le P'tit Bal Du Samedi Soir
F4 Andrex La Marche De Ménilmontant
F5 S. Langlois* Seule Ce Soir
F6 C. Borel* Douce France
G1 L. Jeunesse* Pigalle
G2 S. Delair* La Seine
G3 G. Garcin* Et C. Borel* Quand Allons Nous Nous Marier
G4 Andrex La Samba Bresilienne
G5 G. Garcin* Etoile Des Neiges
G6 Unknown Artist Tico-Tico
Orchestra – Unknown Artist
H1 G. Garcin* Fleur De Paris
H2 C. Borel* Libellule
H3 L. Jeunesse* Ah ! Le Petit Vin Blanc
H4 L. Jeunesse* Clopin Clopant
H5 S. Delair* Mon Coeur Est Un Violon
H6 Andrex A La Mi-aout

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  • Distributed By – Musidisc-Europe

Notes

Contains Various - Les Grands Succès De La Chanson Française Vol.1 1930-1940 and Various - Les Grands Succès De La Chanson Française Vol.2 1940-1950

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Price Code: MU 526 RB x4