Tracklist

7" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 La Vie en rose ?:??
A2 Les Trois Cloches ?:??
B1 L’Hymne à l’amour ?:??
B2 L’Accordéoniste ?:??

Credits

7" Vinyl 1

composer:
Édith Piaf (track A1)
Michel Emer (track B2)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (1939) (track A2)
Louiguy (track A1)
Marguerite Monnot (track B1)
conductor:
Robert Chauvigny (tracks B1–B2)
Guy Luypaerts (track A1)
lyricist:
Édith Piaf (tracks A1, B1)
Michel Emer (track B2)
Gilles (Swiss composer/vocalist/actor Jean Villard Gilles) (1939) (track A2)
vocals:
Édith Piaf (tracks A1–B2)
publisher:
ピアーミュージック (Japan, subsidiary of Nichion) (track A1)
arrangements:
La vie en rose (track A1)
is the basis for:
La Vie en rose (track A1)
later translated versions:
Bim bam (track A2)
De tre klockorna (track A2)
Drie klokken (track A2)
Himno al amor (track B1)
Hymn to Love (Piaf version) (track B1)
Jimmy Brown (track A2)
La Vie en rose (English translation) (track A1)
La vida es rosa (track A1)
La vie en rose (Swedish lyrics by Roland) (track A1)
Loflied der liefde (track B1)
Ome Koos (track A2)
Schau mich bitte nicht so an (German translated version of "La Vie en rose" by RM Siegel / H. Doll) (track A1)
The Three Bells (track A2)
バラ色の人生 (track A1)
愛の讃歌 (track B1)
愛の賛歌 (track B1)
粉紅色的一生 (track A1)
later versions:
De accordeonist (track B2)
Jouw ring (track B1)
Mijn schoonste roos (track A1)
live recording of:
L’Accordéoniste (track B2)
recording of:
Hymne à l’amour (track B1)
La Vie en rose (French original) (track A1)
Les Trois Cloches (track A2)
referred to in medleys:

Release Group

Wikipedia:en: La Vie en rose [info]
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/396918 [info]
Wikidata:Q11986 [info]