Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Que reste‐t‐il de nos amours ? Charles Trenet 3:14
2 Souvenirs d’un chanteur à voix Charles Trenet 3:20
3 Je n’y suis pour personne Charles Trenet 2:26
4 L’Héritage infernal Charles Trenet 2:12
5 Quand un facteur s’envole Charles Trenet 2:26
6 Débit de l’eau, débit de lait Charles Trenet 2:29
7 Verlaine Yvon Jeanclaude 2:59
8 Maman Bouquet Renée Lamy 3:08
9 Adieu Léonard (BO du film) : Quand un facteur s’envole / Je n’y suis pour personne Charles Trenet 3:18
10 Adieu Léonard (BO du film) : La Chanson du vitrier Charles Trenet 1:01
11 La Complainte des nazis Pierre Dac 3:19
12 Bonsoir, jolie madame Aimé Barelli et son orchestre 3:28
13 Si vous aimiez Charles Trenet 3:13
14 Que reste‐t‐il de nos amours ? Lucienne Boyer 3:20
15 Douce France Roland Gerbeau 3:29
16 Ding ! Dong ! Charles Trenet 3:21
17 Liberté Charles Trenet 2:03
18 Imaginez Charles Trenet 2:42
19 Au clair de la lune Charles Trenet 3:11
20 Chacun son rêve Charles Trenet 2:17
21 Un air qui vient de chez nous Charles Trenet 2:00
22 La Mer Roland Gerbeau 2:51
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 La Mer Charles Trenet 3:22
2 (Of All Sudden) My Heart Sings Charles Trenet 3:13
3 En écoutant mon cœur chanter Charles Trenet 3:00
4 Seul… depuis toujours Charles Trenet 3:13
5 On danse à Paris Charles Trenet 2:15
6 Retour à Paris (Revoir Paris) Charles Trenet 3:02
7 Tombé du ciel Charles Trenet 2:51
8 Le Retour des saisons Charles Trenet 3:11
9 N’y pensez pas trop Charles Trenet 2:45
10 Marie ‐ Marie Charles Trenet 2:53
11 Douce France Charles Trenet 4 3:12
12 L’Ours Les Compagnons de la Chanson 3:44
13 Marie ‐ Marie Roland Gerbeau 2:57
14 De la fenêtre d’en haut (version 1) Charles Trenet 2:35
15 Ève (version 1) Charles Trenet 3:03
16 Coquelicot (version 1) Charles Trenet 2:49
17 Formidable (version 1) Charles Trenet 2:47
18 Autour du monde (version 1) Charles Trenet 2:27
19 Dernier Troubadour (version 1) Charles Trenet 3:17

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Hubert Rostaing (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Georges Galavielle (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Georges Cloud (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
Marcel Coestier (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
Robert Croissier (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
violin:
Michel Warlop (1942-12-15) (track 7)
Antoine Franchi (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
drums (drum set):
André Jourdan (1944-02-25) (track 12)
René Ono (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
trumpet:
Maurice Mouflard (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Aimé Barelli (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Alex Caturegli (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
Georges Jouvin (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
guitar:
Eugène Vées (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Léo Petit (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Paul Matteï (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
bass:
Emmanuel Soudieux (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Marcel Fabre (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Jules Ferran (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
alto saxophone:
Chico Cristobal (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Georges Galavielle (1944-02-25) (track 12)
saxophone:
Georges Cloud (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
Marcel Coestier (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
Robert Croissier (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
piano:
Claude Normand (1942-12-15) (track 7)
Léo Chauliac (1943-07-26) (tracks 3–6)
Léo Chauliac (1943-07-27) (track 1)
Guy Luypaerts (1944-05-06) (track 15)
Henri Leca (1945-04-25) (tracks 16–17)
Henri Leca (1945-07-26) (tracks 18–21)
Pierre Guillermin (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
piano [piano improvisation]:
Léo Chauliac (1943-07-27) (track 2)
tenor saxophone:
Harry Perret (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Armand Robert (1944-02-25) (track 12)
trombone:
Guy Paquinet (1941-01-06) (track 13)
André Lafosse (professor of trombone at the Paris Conservatory) (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
arranger:
Robert Castella (real name: Maurice-François Castella) (track 12)
Léo Chauliac (tracks 1, 3–6)
Pierre Guillermin (track 22)
Henri Leca (tracks 18–21)
Guy Luypaerts (tracks 15–17)
composer:
Henri Bourtayre (aka 'James H. Midway') (track 18)
Géo Mouqué (track 10)
Charles Trenet (track 11)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 19)
Léo Chauliac (1941) (track 12)
Louis Gasté (1941) (track 12)
Séverin Luino (1941) (track 7)
Charles Trenet (1941) (tracks 7, 12)
Léo Chauliac (1942) (tracks 1, 14)
Charles Trenet (1942) (tracks 1, 14)
Léo Chauliac (1943) (tracks 6, 15)
Charles Trenet (1943) (tracks 3–6, 8–9, 9, 13, 15)
Albert Lasry (1945) (track 22)
Charles Trenet (1945) (tracks 2, 16–17, 21–22)
conductor:
Léo Chauliac (1943-07) (tracks 9–10)
Léo Chauliac (1943-07-26) (tracks 3–6)
Léo Chauliac (1943-07-27) (track 1)
Marcel Cariven (1943-10-22) (track 8)
Aimé Barelli (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Jacques Météhen (a.k.a. "Jack" Metehen, John Ellsworth) (1944-03-11) (track 14)
Guy Luypaerts (1944-05-06) (track 15)
Guy Luypaerts (1945-04-25) (tracks 16–17)
Henri Leca (1945-07-26) (tracks 18–21)
Pierre Guillermin (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
instruments:
Robert Castella (real name: Maurice-François Castella) (1944-02-25) (track 12)
lyricist:
Pierre Dac (track 11)
Jacques Poterat (track 18)
Jacques Prévert (track 10)
Paul Verlaine (track 7)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 19)
Charles Trenet (1941) (track 12)
Charles Trenet (1942) (tracks 1, 14)
Francis Blanche (1943) (track 6)
Charles Trenet (1943) (tracks 3–6, 8–9, 9, 13, 15)
Charles Trenet (1945) (tracks 2, 16–17, 21–22)
Charles Trenet (1946) (track 19)
orchestra:
Orchestre Claude Normand (1942-12-15) (track 7)
Orchestre Jo Bouillon (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
recording engineer:
Pierre Hamard (engineer) (tracks 18–21)
Eugène Ravenet (tracks 1–6, 8, 13–14)
Robert Sergent (engineer) (tracks 7, 15)
spoken vocals:
Charles Trenet (1943-07-27) (track 2)
vocals:
Charles Trenet (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Yvon Jeanclaude (1942-12-15) (track 7)
Charles Trenet (1943-07) (tracks 9–10)
Charles Trenet (1943-07-26) (tracks 3–6)
Charles Trenet (1943-07-27) (tracks 1–2)
Renée Lamy (1943-10-22) (track 8)
Pierre Dac (1943-12-28) (track 11)
Lucienne Boyer (1944-03-11) (track 14)
Roland Gerbeau (1944-05-06) (track 15)
Charles Trenet (1945-04-25) (tracks 16–17)
Charles Trenet (1945-07-26) (tracks 18–21)
Roland Gerbeau (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)
publisher:
Éditions Raoul Breton (1941) (track 7)
recorded at:
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Studio Polydor in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1942-12-15) (track 7)
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1943-07-26) (tracks 3–6)
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1943-07-27) (tracks 1–2)
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1943-10-22) (track 8)
BBC Studios in London, England, United Kingdom (1943-12-28) (track 11)
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1944-02-25) (track 12)
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1944-03-11) (track 14)
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1944-05-06) (track 15)
Studio Pathé-Pelouze in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1945-07-26) (tracks 18–21)
cover recording of:
Verlaine (1942-12-15) (track 7)
instrumental cover recording of:
Bonsoir jolie madame (1944-02-25) (track 12)
later translated versions:
Beyond the Sea (track 22)
Das Meer (track 22)
De zee (track 22)
I Wish You Love (tracks 1, 14)
later versions:
Dolce Francia (track 15)
live recording of:
La Complainte des nazis (1943-12-28) (track 11)
parody version of:
La Romance de Paris (Charles Trenet song) (track 11)
recording of:
Si vous aimiez (1941-01-06) (track 13)
Je n'y suis pour personne (du film « Adieu Léonard ») (1943-07) (track 9)
La Chanson du vitrier (1943-07) (track 10)
Quand un facteur s'envole (du film « Adieu Léonard ») (1943-07) (track 9)
Débit de l'eau... débit de lait (1943-07-26) (track 6)
Je n'y suis pour personne (du film « Adieu Léonard ») (1943-07-26) (track 3)
L'Héritage infernal (1943-07-26) (track 4)
Quand un facteur s'envole (du film « Adieu Léonard ») (1943-07-26) (track 5)
Que reste-t-il de nos amours ? (1943-07-27) (track 1)
Souvenir d'un chanteur à voix (1943-07-27) (track 2)
Maman Bouquet (1943-10-22) (track 8)
Que reste-t-il de nos amours ? (1944-03-11) (track 14)
Douce France (1944-05-06) (track 15)
Ding ! Dong ! (1945-04-25) (track 16)
Liberté (1945-04-25) (track 17)
Au clair de la lune (1945-07-26) (track 19)
Chacun son rêve (1945-07-26) (track 20)
Imaginez (1945-07-26) (track 18)
Un air qui vient de chez nous (1945-07-26) (track 21)
La Mer (Charles Trenet song) (1945-11 – 1945-12) (track 22)

CD 2

celesta:
Albert Lasry (1947-10-10) (tracks 14–19)
piano:
Albert Lasry (1947-10-10) (tracks 14–19)
arranger:
Marc Herrand (track 12)
Albert Lasry (tracks 14–19)
composer:
Roland Dyens (track 6)
Charles Trenet (track 12)
Léo Chauliac (1943) (track 11)
Charles Trenet (1943) (track 11)
Henri Herpin (Musician - Composer) (1945) (track 3)
Albert Lasry (1945) (track 1)
Charles Trenet (1945) (tracks 1, 5)
Albert Lasry (1946) (track 4)
Charles Trenet (1946) (tracks 4, 7)
Léo Chauliac (1947) (tracks 10, 13)
Albert Lasry (1947) (tracks 6, 8–9, 17–18)
Charles Trenet (1947) (tracks 6, 8–9, 17–19)
Albert Lasry (1948) (track 15)
Charles Trenet (1948) (tracks 14–16)
conductor:
Albert Lasry (1946-03-19) (tracks 1–5)
Albert Lasry (1947-01-07) (tracks 6–11)
Léo Chauliac (1947-04 – 1947-05) (track 13)
Albert Lasry (1947-10-10) (tracks 14–19)
lyricist:
Jean Blanvillain (alias Jamblan) (track 2)
Charles Trenet (track 12)
Charles Trenet (1943) (track 11)
Jean Blanvillain (alias Jamblan) (1945) (track 3)
Charles Trenet (1945) (tracks 1, 5)
Charles Trenet (1946) (tracks 4, 7)
Charles Trenet (1947) (tracks 6, 8–10, 13, 17–19)
Charles Trenet (1948) (tracks 14–16)
recording engineer:
Eugène Ravenet (tracks 14–19)
translator:
Harold Rome (track 2)
vocals:
Charles Trenet (1946-03-19) (tracks 1–5)
Les Compagnons de la Chanson (1946-10-09) (track 12)
Charles Trenet (1947-01-07) (tracks 6–11)
Roland Gerbeau (1947-04 – 1947-05) (track 13)
Charles Trenet (1947-10-10) (tracks 14–19)
publisher:
recorded at:
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1947-10-10) (tracks 14–19)
is based on:
Ma mie (track 2)
is the basis for:
later translated versions:
Beyond the Sea (track 1)
Das Meer (track 1)
De zee (track 1)
later versions:
Dolce Francia (track 11)
recording of:
All of a Sudden My Heart Sings (1946-03-19) (track 2)
En écoutant mon cœur chanter (1946-03-19) (track 3)
La Mer (Charles Trenet song) (1946-03-19) (track 1)
On danse à Paris (1946-03-19) (track 5)
Seul… depuis toujours (1946-03-19) (track 4)
L'Ours (1946-10-09) (track 12)
Douce France (1947-01-07) (track 11)
Le Retour des saisons (1947-01-07) (track 8)
Marie-Marie (1947-01-07) (track 10)
N'y pensez pas trop (1947-01-07) (track 9)
Revoir Paris (Retour à Paris) (1947-01-07) (track 6)
Tombé du ciel (1947-01-07) (track 7)
Marie-Marie (1947-04 – 1947-05) (track 13)
Autour du monde (1947-10-10) (track 18)
Coquelicot (1947-10-10) (track 16)
De la fenêtre d'en haut (1947-10-10) (track 14)
Formidable ! (1947-10-10) (track 17)
Le Dernier Troubadour (1947-10-10) (track 19)
Ève (1947-10-10) (track 15)