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Lucienne Delyle, André Claveau, Bourvil, Andrex - La Bourse Des Chansons N° 3 Album

Lucienne Delyle, André Claveau, Bourvil, Andrex - La Bourse Des Chansons N° 3 Album Performer: Lucienne Delyle, André Claveau, Bourvil, Andrex
Album: La Bourse Des Chansons N° 3
Country: France
Style: Chanson
Label: Pathé
Genre: Pop
Catalog #: EG 424
Size FLAC: 1634 mb.
Size MP3: 1484 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 408
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP




Tracklist


1La Ballade Irlandaise
Orchestra, Conductor – Jacques-Henry RysWritten-By – Eddy Marnay, Emil Stern
2Dans Le Bleu Du Ciel Bleu = Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu
Adapted By (Text), Translated By – Jacques LarueOrchestra, Conductor – Aimé BarelliWritten-By – Domenico Modugno
3Aïe Mon Coeur = Heladero
Adapted By (Text), Translated By – Eddy MarnayOrchestra, Conductor – Pierre GuillerminWritten-By – Enrique Escudé Cofiner
4Rose D'Or
Orchestra, Conductor – Jacques-Henry RysWritten-By – Jerry Livingston, René Rouzaud


Credits


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Notes


"La Bourse des Chansons" (N° 3)


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Price Code: Ⓜ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): 7 ECT 1445
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): 7 ECT 1446
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout): 7ECT 1445 21 M3 19267
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout): 7ECT 1446 21 M3 19267 S


Companies


  • Record Company – Les Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathé Marconi
  • Printed By – Imp. Carron & Fils
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi, Chatou – 19267


Album


Lucienne Delyle 16 April 1917 10 April 1962 was a French singer. After the very famous song Mon amant de Saint-Jean my lover from Saint-Jean, in 1942, Lucienne Delyle became the most popular French female singer of the 1950s. Born in Paris, she received a pharmacist's education. She performed as an amateur singer until 1939 when Jacques Canetti, the artistic director of Radio Cité, heard her and immediately engaged her. In 1940, she married the jazzman Aimé Barelli 19171995, who guided her. Listen free to Various Artists La bourse des chansons, l'intégrale Histoire d'un amour feat. Jacques-Henri Rys et son orchestre, Zon. Zon feat. Marc Herrand et son orchestre and more. 82 tracks 214:09. André Claveau. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Download and listen online La valse des orgueilleux by Lucienne Delyle. Genre - Folk. Duration 03:00. Format mp3. On this page you can download song Lucienne Delyle - La valse des orgueilleux in mp3 and listen online. Folk Chanson Easy Listening. Lucienne Delyle. French Song Anthology Vol. Download MP3. Send lyrics Send translation Send music video. Similar songs. Lucienne Delyle - La valse à deux sous. Lucienne Delyle - La fontaine des amours. Lucienne Delyle - Cest la valse à deux sous. Lucienne Delyle - Domino. Lucienne Delyle - Java. Chanson Française - BnF Collection, Bourvil, Lucienne Delyle, Andrex, Aime Barelli Et Son Orchestre, Andre Claveau, Pierre Guillermin et son orchestre, Jacques-Henry Rys et son orchestre 01-01-1958. Main artist: Chanson Française - BnF Collection. Composers: Jay Livingston. Dans le bleu du ciel bleu. La bourse des chansons, no. 3 Mono Version. Writer: Jacques Larue, Composers: Domenico Modugno, Other contributors: D. Aïe mon cœur. Andre Claveau. Writer: Eddy Marnay, Composers: Enrique Cofiner, Other contributors: D. La ballade irlandaise. Les chansons sous l'occupation - French Songs of WWII. Various Artists. Millions of songs. Ah c'qu'on s'aimait, 03:26. La petite diligence, 03:20. Lucienne Delyle, Vol. André Claveau - Deux petits chaussons From Limelight. 20 juin 2014 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Faiza Merazi. Découvrez vos propres épingles sur Pinterest et the late 1930s, André Hornez also written for Rina Ketty Sérénade sans Espoir, 1939 and Johnny Hess Je suis Swing, 1939. Screenwriter for film, he wrote a number of film lyrics like Avec son Tralala sung by Suzy Delair in Quai des Orfèvres 1947 by Henri-Georges Clouzot. In 1947, he collaborated for the first time with the composer Henri Betti for to write the lyrics of C&apos