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Charles Trénet - Les Grandes Chansons mp3 album

  • Performer: Charles Trénet
  • Title: Les Grandes Chansons
  • Genre: Pop
  • Formats: VQF VOC WMA VOX MIDI MP1 AU
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Chanson
  • MP3 album: 1999 mb
  • FLAC album: 1136 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 591
Charles Trénet - Les Grandes Chansons mp3 album

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Charles Trenet – La Mer (1946). Charles Trenet, born in 1913, was a French singer, composer, and lyricist most famous for recordings during the late-1930s through to the mid-1950s. An exception to the rule at the time, Trenet solely released songs he had composed and recorded. Rumour has it La Mer is the consequence of a long train journey, in which he wrote the song on the back of toilet paper in merely 10 minutes. Regardless of the truth of this anecdote, it is felicitous to the songs harmonious, whimsical, and timeless feel.

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Louis Charles Auguste Claude Trenet (French: ; 18 May 1913 – 19 February 2001) was a French singer-songwriter. He was most famous for his recordings from the late 1930s until the mid-1950s, though his career continued through the 1990s. In an era in which it was unusual for singers to write their own material, Trenet wrote prolifically and declined to record any but his own songs.

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A1 Fidèle (p) 1971 2:41
A2 Boum... (p) 1938 2:30
A3 De La Fenêtre D'en-haut (p) 1947
Arranged By – A. Lasry*
2:50
A4 La Java Du Diable (p) 1955 3:00
A5 Revoir Paris
Arranged By – A. Lasry*
2:54
A6 Le Serpent Python (p) 1951 2:55
A7 Ou Sont-Ils Donc? (p) 1955 2:14
A8 Douce France (p) 1947 3:29
B1 Il Y Avait Des Arbres (p) 1970 2:42
B2 Que Reste-T-Il De Nos Amours (p) 1943 3:36
B3 Le Soleil Et La Lune (p) 1939 2:33
B4 L'âme Des Poètes (p) 1951 2:46
B5 La Mer (p) 1946 3:08
B6 Je Chante (p) 1937
Written-By – P. Misraki*
2:27
B7 Y'a D'la Joie (p) 1938
Arranged By [Vocal Harmony] – M. Emer*
2:10

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Les Films Rozon Inc.
  • Distributed By – Distribution Select
  • Produced For – Les Productions Guy Cloutier Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Les Films Rozon Inc.
  • Published By – Éditions Raoul Breton
  • Published By – Vianelly Editions
  • Published By – Éditions Salabert
  • Recorded At – Théâtre des Champs-Élysées

Credits

  • Vocals, Written-By – Charles Trénet*

Notes

Ces chansons ont été enregistrées le 26 septembre 1987 au Théâtre Des Champs Élysées.
Artist name on cover and song credits: Trénet, on cassette body: TRENET
(p) 1993 sous licence Les Films Rozon Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 6402-70939-4 0




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