Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Hymne à l’amour
Édith Piaf 3:27
2 C’est si bon
Yves Montand 2:35
3 Bonsoir, jolie madame
Charles Trenet 3:24
4 Un jour mon prince viendra
Elyane Célis 2:47
5 Valse des regrets
Georges Guétary 3:12
6 Vous qui passez sans me voir
Jean Sablon 3:06
7 Chanson tendre
Fréhel 2:28
8 Domino
André Claveau 3:20
9 Marie, petit béguin du mois de mai
Georges Ulmer 2:48
10 Si tu reviens
Réda Caire 2:48
11 Vous, mon beau souvenir
Luis Mariano 2:39
12 Le Chaland qui passe
Lys Gauty 3:17
13 Les Prénoms effacés
Jean Tranchant 3:05
14 Mais qu’est-ce que j’ai
Yves Montand 2:44
15 Clopin clopant
Pierre Dudan 3:05
16 C’est la rue de notre amour
Damia 2:54
17 Ah ! Si vous connaissiez ma poule
Maurice Chevalier 3:16
18 Je suis seule ce soir
Léo Marjane 3:20
19 Étoile des neiges
André Claveau 2:56
20 C’était une histoire d’amour
Édith Piaf 4:21
21 Viens, mon seul amour c’est toi
André Dassary 3:27
22 Mam’zelle Clio
Charles Trenet 2:43
23 Insensiblement
Renée Lebas 2:46
24 Envoi de fleurs
Jean Lumière 2:45
25 Je t’aime
Yvonne Printemps 3:11

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Paris, Île-de-France, France (1938-11-03) (track 17)
additional vocals:
Yvon Jeanclaude (track 20)
composer:
Maurice Alexander (French accordionist and orchestra leader) (track 16)
Cesare Andrea Bixio (track 12)
Charles Borel-Clerc (track 17)
Frank Churchill (track 4)
Paul Durand (French composer and conductor) (track 18)
Louis Ferrari (track 8)
Jean Jal (track 20)
Jacques Larmanjat (track 7)
Paul Misraki (tracks 6, 23)
Marguerite Monnot (track 1)
J. H. Tranchant (track 13)
Franz Winkler (Austrian composer & musician) (track 19)
Johnny Hess (1936) (track 6)
Charles Trenet (1939) (track 22)
Léo Chauliac (1941) (track 3)
Louis Gasté (1941) (track 3)
Charles Trenet (1941) (track 3)
Henri Betti (1947) (track 2)
Bruno Coquatrix (1947) (track 15)
conductor:
Marcel Cariven (track 17)
Robert Chauvigny (track 1)
Claude Normand (track 20)
Jacques Météhen (a.k.a. "Jack" Metehen, John Ellsworth) (1941-07-16) (track 3)
lyricist:
Francis Carco (aka François Carcopino-Tusoli) (track 7)
Jean Casanova (track 18)
Henri Contet (track 20)
Pierre Dudan (track 15)
André Hornez (track 2)
Larry Morey (track 4)
Ennio Neri (track 12)
Rose Noël (track 18)
Édith Piaf (track 1)
Don Raye (track 8)
René Toche (track 17)
Jean Tranchant (track 13)
Maurice Vandair (french lyricist, not the jazz musician) (track 16)
Albert Willemetz (track 17)
Jacques Plante (track 8)
Charles Trenet (1936) (track 6)
Charles Trenet (1939) (track 22)
Charles Trenet (1941) (track 3)
recording engineer:
Eugène Ravenet (track 3)
translator:
Jacques Plante (track 19)
Francis Salabert (track 4)
vocals:
Maurice Chevalier (track 17)
Édith Piaf (tracks 1, 20)
Charles Trenet (1941-07-16) (track 3)
publisher:
Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc. (later renamed as Peermusic) (track 18)
Éditions Semi (SEMI Société) (track 18)
ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion) (track 18)
recorded at:
Studio Albert in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1941-07-16) (track 3)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
Un jour mon prince viendra (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains) (track 4)
Étoile des neiges (Fliege mit mir in die Heimat) (track 19)
later translated parody versions:
Direktör (track 2)
later translated versions:
C'est si bon (English version) (track 2)
C'est si bon (German version) (track 2)
Himno al amor (track 1)
Hymn to Love (Piaf version) (track 1)
Långkalsong (track 2)
愛の讃歌 (track 1)
愛の賛歌 (track 1)
later versions:
recording of:
Chanson tendre (track 7)
Clopin-Clopant (track 15)
C’est si bon (original french version) (track 2)
Domino (André Claveau song) (track 8)
Insensiblement (track 23)
Mam'zelle Clio (track 22)
Le Chaland qui passe (1934) (track 12)
Ah ! si vous connaissiez ma poule ! (1938-11-03) (track 17)
Je suis seule ce soir (1941) (track 18)
Bonsoir jolie madame (1941-07-16) (track 3)
Hymne à l’amour (1950-05-02) (track 1)
translated version of: