Текст песни: Ralph, Boatswain & Carpenter.
1954 - 1955 Снялась в историческом фильме Тайны Версаля вместе с Жаном Маре.
1963 10 октября 1963 года Эдит Пиаф не стало.
L'Accordéoniste" is a song made famous by Édith Piaf. It was written in 1940 by Michel Emer, who then offered it to her. "L'Accordéoniste" became the first million-seller in Piaf's career. The song tells a story of a prostitute who loves an accordion player (and the music he plays, namely a dance called java). Then he has to leave for the war. She finds refuge in music, dreaming about how they will live together when he comes back. 10" shellac single Polydor 524 669 (France, 1940).
p) EMI Music France 1961 (c) EMI Music France 2003. This issue has different back sleeve from this one : Édith Piaf - De L'accordéoniste À Milord and also it's not "copy controlled". Distribution Code: PM 521. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
L'Accordéoniste Tracklist. 1. L'Accordéoniste Lyrics. L'Accordéoniste Q&A. More Édith Piaf albums.
La Foule" (French pronunciation: ; "The Crowd") is a song sung by famed French singer Édith Piaf, released in 1957. The song was composed by Ángel Cabral with lyrics written by Michel Rivgauche. The song "Que nadie sepa mi sufrir" ("Let no one know my suffering"), was composed in 1936 by Ángel Cabral, with (Spanish) lyrics by Enrique Dizeo, both of Argentine origin.
Disc: 1. L'accordeoniste (Live a L'olympia 1955). 3. La Vie en Rose (Remasterise en 2015). For the fans who are looking for a single-disc collection probably this is not the best choice since it was meant as a career recap for the fans of the time of the release.
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Lyrics By – J. Marèse*Music By – M. Monnot*
Accordion [Uncredited] – Gus ViseurMusic By, Lyrics By – Michel Emer
- Orchestra [Uncredited] – Wal-Berg Orchestra
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
Performer: Edith Piaf
Title: Escales / L'accordéoniste
Date of release: 1940
Size MP3: 1387 mb
Size FLAC: 1506 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AU WAV AIFF WMA DTS TTA AAC