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What a Wonderful World (piano solo) with lead sheet

What a Wonderful World (piano solo) with lead sheet

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What a Wonderful World” is a song written by Bob Thiele (as “George Douglas”) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released in 1967 as a single, which topped the pop charts in the United Kingdom, though it performed poorly in the United States because Larry Newton, the president of ABC Records, disliked the song and refused to promote it.

After appearing in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, the song was re-released as a single in 1988, and it rose to number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100. Armstrong’s recording was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. The publishing for this song is controlled by Concord, BMG Rights Management and Carlin America.

The song was written by producer Bob Thiele (as “George Douglas“) and composer and performer George David Weiss.

One source claims the song was first offered to Tony Bennett, who turned it down, although Louis Armstrong biographer Ricky Riccardi disputes this claim. George Weiss recounts in the book Off the Record: Songwriters on Songwriting by Graham Nash that he wrote the song specifically for Louis Armstrong. Weiss was inspired by Armstrong’s ability to bring people of different races together.

Because he was gigging at the Tropicana Hotel, Armstrong recorded the song in Las Vegas at Bill Porter’s United Recording studio. The session was scheduled to follow Armstrong’s midnight show, and by 2 am the musicians were settled and tape was rolling. Arranger Artie Butler was there with songwriters Weiss and Thiele, and Armstrong was in the studio singing with the orchestra. Armstrong had recently signed to ABC Records, and ABC president Larry Newton showed up to photograph Armstrong. Newton wanted a swingy pop song like “Hello, Dolly!“, a big hit for Armstrong when he was with Kapp Records, so when Newton heard the slow pace of “What a Wonderful World”, he tried to stop the session. Newton was locked out of the studio for his disruption, but a second problem arose: nearby freight train whistles interrupted the session twice, forcing the recording to start over. Armstrong shook his head and laughed off the distractions, keeping his composure. The session ended around 6 am, going longer than expected. To make sure the orchestra members were paid extra for their overtime, Armstrong accepted only $250 musicians union scale for his work.

The song was not initially a hit in the United States, where it sold fewer than 1,000 copies because Newton did not like or promote it, but was a major success in the United Kingdom, reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart. In the United States, the song hit No. 16 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Chart. It was also the biggest-selling single of 1968 in the UK where it was among the last pop singles issued by HMV before it became an exclusive classical music label. The song made Armstrong the oldest male to top the UK Singles Chart. Armstrong’s record was broken in 2009 when a remake of “Islands in the Stream” recorded for Comic Relief—which included the 68-year-old Tom Jones—reached number one in that chart.

ABC Records’ European distributor EMI forced ABC to issue a What a Wonderful World album in 1968 (catalogue number ABCS-650). It did not chart in the United States, due to ABC not promoting it, but charted in the UK where it was issued by Stateside Records with catalogue number SSL 10247 and peaked on the British chart at No. 37.

The song gradually became something of a standard and reached a new level of popularity. An episode of The Muppet Show produced in 1977 and broadcast early in 1978 featured Rowlf the Dog singing the song to a puppy. In 1978, it was featured in the closing scenes of BBC radio’s, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and was repeated for BBC’s 1981 TV adaptation of the series. In 1988, Armstrong’s recording appeared in the film Good Morning, Vietnam (despite the film being set in 1965 – two years before it was recorded) and was re-released as a single, hitting No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in February 1988. The single charted at number one for the fortnight ending June 27, 1988 on the Australian chart. It is also the closing song for the 1995 movie 12 Monkeys and the 1998 film adaptation of Madeline.

In 2001, rappers Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, and the Alchemist released “The Forest,” a song that begins with three lines of lyric adapted from “What a Wonderful World”, altered to become “an invitation to get high” on marijuana. The rappers and their record company, Sony Music Entertainment, were sued by the owners of “What a Wonderful World,” Abilene Music. The suit was thrown out of court after Judge Gerard E. Lynch determined that the altered lyric was a parody, transforming the uplifting original message to a new one with a darker nature.

By April 2014, Louis Armstrong’s 1967 recording had sold 2,173,000 downloads in the United States after it was released digitally.

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Best Relaxing Piano Studio Ghibli Complete Collection 2017

Best Relaxing Piano Studio Ghibli Complete Collection 2017

We really can’t stop listenig to this beautiful relaxing music. The Piano sheet music is available in our Library. Enjoy it!

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Stan Getz – Stan Getz At Large ( Full Album )

Stan Getz – Stan Getz At Large ( Full Album ). Find many sheet music jazz transcriptions in our Library.

Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz…. Bass – Dan Jordan….

Drums – William Schiøppfe…. Piano – Jan Johansson….

Recorded – Copenhagen, January 14th and 15th, 1960

0:00:00 [01] Night And Day 0:10:32 [02] Pammie’s Tune 0:17:42 [03] Amour 0:23:32 [04] I Like to Recognize the Tune 0:30:14 [05] When the Sun Comes Out 0:36:04 [06] Just a Child 0:40:03 [07] Folks Who Live on the Hill 0:44:23 [08] Café Montmartre Blues 0:52:28 [09] He Was Too Good for Me 0:57:02 [10] Younger Than Springtime 1:02:12 [11] Goodbye 1:05:55 [12] Land’s End 1:13:00 [13] In Your Own Sweet Way 1:19:05 [14] In the Night

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Joe Hisaishi : Studio Ghibli Experience, Part 1

Joe Hisaishi : Studio Ghibli Experience, Part 1 with sheet music.

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Track List:

0:00 One Summer’s Day 4:32 The Sixth Station 8:23 Ashitaka and San 12:22 Merry-Go-Round of Life 17:36 Fantasia (for NAUSICCA) 24:34 Innocent 27:07 Il Porco Rosso 32:00 The Wind Forest 36:56 Merry-Go-Round 41:24 Ponyo on the cliff by the sea 44:13 Castle in the Sky 50:45 Cave of Mind

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基本情報
出生名藤澤守[1]
生誕1950年12月6日(69歳)
出身地 日本 長野県中野市
学歴国立音楽大学作曲科卒業
ジャンル映画音楽
クラシック
ミニマル・ミュージック
職業作曲家
編曲家
国立音楽大学招聘教授
担当楽器指揮
ピアノ
活動期間1974年[注 1]
レーベルユニバーサルシグマ
事務所株式会社ワンダーシティ
公式サイト久石譲オフィシャルサイト

久石 譲(ひさいし じょう、Joe Hisaishi1950年12月6日 – )は、日本作曲家編曲家指揮者ピアニスト。本名、藤澤 守(ふじさわ まもる)。歌手の麻衣は長女。久石の楽譜は図書館にあります。

Mamoru Fujisawa (藤澤 守, Fujisawa Mamoru, born December 6, 1950), known professionally as Joe Hisaishi (久石 譲, Hisaishi Jō), is a Japanese composer and musical director known for over 100 film scores and solo albums dating back to 1981. Hisaishi is also known for his piano scores. Hisaishi’s sheet music can be found in our Library.

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While possessing a stylistically distinct sound, Hisaishi’s music has been known to explore and incorporate different genres, including minimalist, experimental electronic, European classical, and Japanese classical. Lesser known are the other musical roles he plays; he is also a typesetter, author, arranger, and conductor.

He has been associated with animator Hayao Miyazaki since 1984, having composed scores for all but one of his films. He is also recognized for the soundtracks he has provided for filmmaker ‘Beat’ Takeshi Kitano, including A Scene at the Sea (1991), Sonatine (1993), Kids Return (1996), Hana-bi (1997), Kikujiro (1999), and Dolls (2002), as well for the video game series Ni no Kuni. He was a student of anime composer Takeo Watanabe.

長野県中野市出身。長野県須坂高等学校を経て、国立音楽大学作曲科卒業。久石譲の名は、大学在学中に友人と話し合った結果、当時活躍していたクインシー・ジョーンズの名前をもじり漢字に当てたものに由来する。

映画音楽を中心に手掛ける。特に宮崎駿監督作品においては、『風の谷のナウシカ』以降、『風立ちぬ』まで29年間すべての長編アニメーション映画の音楽を手掛けている。また、北野武監督作品においても、『あの夏、いちばん静かな海。』から『Dolls』までの7作品の音楽を手掛けている。

ソロ活動も行っており、多数のソロアルバムをリリースしている。これらのアルバムでは、指揮演奏プロデュースも手掛け、ジャンルにとらわれない独自のスタイルを確立している。また、一部の楽曲では、自らボーカルを担当している。

Studio Ghibli Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社スタジオジブリ, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Sutajio Jiburi) is a Japanese animation film studio headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo. The studio is best known for its animated feature films, and has also produced several short films, television commercials, and one television film. It was founded on 15 June 1985 by directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and producer Toshio Suzuki, after the success of Topcraft‘s anime film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984). Studio Ghibli has also collaborated with video game studios on the visual development of several video games.

Six of Studio Ghibli’s films are among the 10 highest-grossing anime films made in Japan, with Spirited Away (2001) being the second highest, grossing over US$360 million worldwide. Many of their works have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix award, and four have won the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year. Five of Studio Ghibli’s films have received Academy Award nominations. Spirited Away won the Golden Bear in 2002 and the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film in 2003. Totoro, a character from My Neighbor Totoro, is the studio’s mascot.

On 3 August 2014, Studio Ghibli temporarily halted production following the retirement of Miyazaki. In February 2017, Toshio Suzuki announced that Miyazaki had come out of retirement again to direct a new feature film, How Do You Live?, with Studio Ghibli.

沿革

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1985年6月15日 – 株式会社スタジオジブリ(初代)設立。最初の場所は吉祥寺駅近くの第2井野ビル。

1991年 – 宮崎駿の新スタジオ建設案で経営方針の対立が勃発。原徹が常務を辞任し退社。後任に鈴木敏夫が就任。

1992年8月6日小金井市梶野町(東小金井駅近く)の新社屋に移転。

1997年6月 – 経営悪化した徳間書店の収益確保の一環で徳間書店に吸収合併。株式会社スタジオジブリを解散。徳間書店の社内カンパニー株式会社徳間書店 スタジオジブリ・カンパニー」となる。同年『もののけ姫』完成後、宮崎駿が退社。

1999年 – 徳間書店が事業部制を導入。「株式会社徳間書店 スタジオジブリ事業本部」となる。同年に宮崎駿がスタジオジブリ所長として復帰。

2004年 – 株式会社徳間書店 スタジオジブリ事業本部を有限会社スタジオジブリに分割。

2005年4月 – 徳間書店からの分離・独立により[6][7]、組織形態を有限会社から株式会社へ変更[3]。株式会社スタジオジブリ(2代)がスタジオジブリ事業本部の業務すべてを継承。鈴木敏夫が代表取締役社長に、宮崎駿とスティーブン・アルパートがそれぞれ取締役に就任。

2008年2月 – 鈴木敏夫が代表取締役社長を退任し、後任に星野康二(元ウォルト・ディズニー・ジャパン会長)が就任。

2009年4月 – トヨタ自動車本社内に新スタジオとして「西ジブリ」を開設。

2010年8月 – 西ジブリを閉鎖。

2014年8月 – 制作部門の休止が発表。社内では年内をもって制作部門の社員全員の退職が発表される。

2015年10月 – 第20回釜山国際映画祭で「アジア映画人賞」が授与される。

2017年

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5月19日 – 宮崎の新作長編アニメーション映画の本格的な始動に伴う、制作部門の活動再開、及び新人スタッフの募集開始を発表。

11月28日 – 代表取締役社長に中島清文(旧ジブリの森美術館 館長)が就任。先代社長・星野は代表取締役会長に就任。また、現在、宮崎駿の新作長編アニメ映画『君たちはどう生きるか』と、宮崎吾朗のCG長編アニメ映画を2本同時で制作していることを発表。鈴木敏夫は、『君たちはどう生きるか』は同名小説とは異なり、ファンタジー作品となることを明かしている。

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Bill Evans – Moon Beams (1962 Album)

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Moon Beams is a 1962 album by jazz musician Bill Evans, and the first trio album recorded by Evans after the death of Scott LaFaro. With Chuck Israels on bass taking the place of LaFaro, Evans recorded several songs during these May and June 1962 sessions. Moon Beams contains a collection of ballads recorded during this period. The more uptempo tunes were put on How My Heart Sings!. In 2012, it was released a new remastered edition which includes three previously unreleased alternate takes.

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Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Chuck Israels (b) Paul Motian (dr)
Released: Mid December 1962
Recorded: May 17, 1962 (#5,9) May 29, 1962 (#1, 8) June 2, 1962 (#2-4, 6-7) June 5, 1962 (#10-11)
Label: Riverside RLP-428
Producer: Orrin Keepnews

“Re: Person I Knew” (Bill Evans)
“Polka Dots and Moonbeams” (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
“I Fall in Love Too Easily” (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)
“Stairway to the Stars” (Matty Malneck, Mitchell Parish)
“If You Could See Me Now” (Tadd Dameron)
“It Might as Well Be Spring” (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II)
“In Love in Vain” (Leo Robin, Jerome Kern)
“Very Early” (Bill Evans)

Writing for Allmusic, music critic Thom Jurek wrote of the album “…selections are so well paced and sequenced the record feels like a dream… Moonbeams was a startling return to the recording sphere and a major advancement in his development as a leader.”

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Bill Evans, William John Evans (August 16, 1929 – September 15, 1980) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mostly played in trios. His use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, block chords, and trademark rhythmically independent, “singing” melodic lines continue to influence jazz pianists today. Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, in 1929, he was classically trained at Southeastern Louisiana University and the Mannes School of Music, where he majored in composition and received the Artist Diploma. In 1955, he moved to New York City, where he worked with bandleader and theorist George Russell. In 1958, Evans joined Miles Davis’s sextet, which in 1959, then immersed in modal jazz, recorded Kind of Blue, the best-selling jazz album of all time.

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During that time, Evans was also playing with Chet Baker for the album Chet. In late 1959, Evans left the Miles Davis band and began his career as a leader, with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, a group now regarded as a seminal modern jazz trio. In 1961, ten days after finishing an engagement at the New York Village Vanguard jazz club, LaFaro died in a car accident. After months of seclusion, Evans re-emerged with a new trio, featuring bassist Chuck Israels. In 1963, Evans recorded Conversations with Myself, a solo album using the unconventional technique of overdubbing over himself. In 1966, he met bassist Eddie Gómez, with whom he would work for eleven years. Many of Evans’s compositions, such as “Waltz for Debby”, have become standards, played and recorded by many artists. Evans was honored with 31 Grammy nominations and seven awards, and was inducted into the Down Beat Jazz Hall of Fame.

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Jazz Noir Music

Jazz Noir Music (with sheet music) 50 min. of a selection of the best Film Noir Music

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Contents:


00:00 Harlem Nocturne

05:31 Why Don’t You Do Right?

09:40 Angel Eyes

12:52 My Funny Valentine

19:28 Moonlight Serenade

25:29 Night and Day

29:47 Waitin’ For A Train To Come In

34:01 In A Sentimental Mood

39:48 Moonlight in Vermont

43:34 ‘Round Midnight

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Film noir, (French: “dark film”) style of filmmaking characterized by such elements as cynical heroes, stark lighting effects, frequent use of flashbacks, intricate plots, and an underlying existentialist philosophy. The genre was prevalent mostly in American crime dramas of the post-World War II era. Early examples of the noir style include dark, stylized detective films such as John Huston’s The Maltese Falcon (1941), Frank Tuttle’s This Gun for Hire (1942), Otto Preminger’s Laura (1944), and Edward Dmytryk’s Murder, My Sweet (1944).

Banned in occupied countries during the war, these films became available throughout Europe beginning in 1946. French cineastes admired them for their cold, cynical characters and dark, brooding style, and they afforded the films effusive praise in French journals such as Cahiers du cinéma. French critics coined the term film noir in reference to the low-keyed lighting used to enhance these dramas stylistically—although the term would not become commonplace in international critical circles until the publication of the book Panorama du film noir americain (1955) by Raymond Borde and Étienne Chaumeton.

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J.S. Bach

Bach “Schafe können sicher weiden” from BWV 208

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  • Bach “Schafe können sicher weiden” from BWV 208. “Sheep may safely graze”
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Bach “Schafe können sicher weiden” from BWV 208. Sheep may safely graze

This is the sixth album on Deutsche Grammophon of pianist brothers Lucas and Arthur Jussen. Despite their young age, they have been part of the international concert world for years and are praised by both the press and audiences. They have waited some time with recording the music of Bach, but felt ready to do so now. Together with Amsterdam Sinfonietta they play on this album two concertos for two pianos – BWV 1060 and 1061 -, to which they added five Choral Preludes for quatre-mains and one for two pianos. Lucas & Arthur Jussen – Bach: Schafe können sicher weiden, BWV 208.

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About this piece

Sheep may safely graze” (German: Schafe können sicher weiden) is a soprano aria by Johann Sebastian Bach setting words by Salomon Franck. The piece was written in 1713 and is part of the cantata Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd, BWV 208. The cantata’s title translates The lively hunt is all my heart’s desire, and it is also known as the Hunting Cantata.

Like the same composer’s “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring“, Sheep may safely graze is frequently played at weddings. However, the cantata of which it forms a part was originally written for a birthday celebration, that of Christian, Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels. Bach was based at the nearby court of Weimar, and musicians from both courts appear to have joined together in the first performance in Weißenfels. Bach is known to have used the music again for other celebrations, but it remained unpublished until after his death.

Text

The piece’s English title is well known enough for it to evoke a pastoral scene: it has been referenced in discussions of how European culture depicts domestic animals and sheep in particular.

Franck’s words are given to mythological characters, in this case Pales, a deity of shepherds, flocks, and livestock. Pales compares the peaceful life of sheep under a watchful shepherd to the inhabitants of a state with a wise ruler.

Schafe können sicher weiden
Wo ein guter Hirte wacht.

Wo Regenten wohl regieren
Kann man Ruh’ und Friede spüren
Und was Länder glücklich macht.

Sheep may safely graze and pasture
In a watchful Shepherd’s sight.

Those who rule with wisdom guiding
Bring to hearts a peace abiding
Bless a land with joy made bright.

Arrangements

Keyboard

“Sheep may safely graze” was arranged for piano by the American composer Mary Howe. Another notable piano transcription was made by Dutch pianist Egon Petri, published in 1944. American composer and electronic musician Wendy Carlos arranged and recorded “Sheep may safely graze” on a Moog synthesizer for her 1973 album Switched-On Bach II. For piano-four-hands there is a version by Duo Petrof.

Band and orchestra

Australian-born composer Percy Grainger wrote “free rambles” on Bach’s “Sheep may safely graze”. He first wrote “Blithe Bells” (as he called his free ramble), for “elastic scoring” between November 1930 and February 1931. In March 1931, he scored a wind band version.

The piece was arranged for string orchestra by British composer Granville Bantock. There is also an orchestral arrangement by British composer Sir William Walton, part of the ballet score The Wise Virgins.

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QUEEN – BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

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QUEEN – BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

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The official ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ music video. Taken from Queen – ‘Greatest Video Hits 1’. Lyrics below:

Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
Caught in a landslide
No escape from reality
Open your eyes
Look up to the skies and see
I’m just a poor boy, I need no sympathy
Because I’m easy come, easy go
A little high, little low
Anyway the wind blows, doesn’t really matter to me, to me

Mama, just killed a man
Put a gun against his head
Pulled my trigger, now he’s dead
Mama, life had just begun
But now I’ve gone and thrown it all away
Mama, ooo
Didn’t mean to make you cry
If I’m not back again this time tomorrow
Carry on, carry on, as if nothing really matters

Too late, my time has come
Sends shivers down my spine
Body’s aching all the time
Goodbye everybody – I’ve got to go
Gotta leave you all behind and face the truth
Mama, ooo – (anyway the wind blows)
I don’t want to die
I sometimes wish I’d never been born at all

I see a little silhouetto of a man
Scaramouch, scaramouch will you do the fandango
Thunderbolt and lightning – very very frightening me
Gallileo, Gallileo,
Gallileo, Gallileo,
Gallileo Figaro – magnifico

But I’m just a poor boy and nobody loves me
He’s just a poor boy from a poor family
Spare him his life from this monstrosity
Easy come easy go – will you let me go
Bismillah! No – we will not let you go – let him go
Bismillah! We will not let you go – let him go
Bismillah! We will not let you go – let me go
Will not let you go – let me go (never)
Never let you go – let me go
Never let me go – ooo
No, no, no, no, no, no, no –
Oh mama mia, mama mia, mama mia let me go
Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me
for me
for me

So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye
So you think you can love me and leave me to die
Oh baby – can’t do this to me baby
Just gotta get out – just gotta get right outta here

Ooh yeah, ooh yeah
Nothing really matters
Anyone can see
Nothing really matters – nothing really matters to me

Anyway the wind blows…

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Édith Piaf – “Ne me quitte pas”

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1933

  • Entre Saint-Ouen et Clignancourt

1934

  • L’Étranger

1935

  • Mon apéro
  • La Java de Cézigue
  • Fais-moi valser

1936

  • Les Mômes de la cloche
  • J’suis mordue
  • Mon légionnaire
  • Le Contrebandier
  • La Fille et le chien
  • La Julie jolie
  • Va danser
  • Chand d’habits
  • Reste
  • Les Hiboux
  • Quand même (from the film La Garçonne)
  • La Petite boutique
  • Y’avait du soleil
  • Il n’est pas distingué
  • Les Deux ménétriers
  • Mon amant de la coloniale
  • C’est toi le plus fort
  • Le Fanion de la légion
  • J’entends la sirène
  • Ding, din, dong
  • Madeleine qu’avait du cœur
  • Les Marins ça fait des voyages
  • Simple comme bonjour
  • Le Mauvais matelot
  • Celui qui ne savait pas pleurer

1937

  • Le Grand Voyage du pauvre Nègre
  • Un jeune homme chantait
  • Tout fout le camp
  • Ne m’écris pas
  • Partance (with Raymond Asso)
  • Dans un bouge du Vieux Port
  • Mon cœur est au coin d’une rue

1938

  • С’est lui que mon cœur a choisi
  • Paris-Méditerranée
  • La Java en mineur
  • Browning
  • Le Chacal
  • Corrèqu’ et réguyer

1939

  • Y’en a un de trop
  • Elle fréquentait la rue Pigalle
  • Le Petit Monsieur triste
  • Les Deux Copains
  • Je n’en connais pas la fin

1940

  • Embrasse-moi [fr]
  • On danse sur ma chanson
  • Sur une colline
  • C’est la moindre des choses
  • Escale
  • L’Accordéoniste

1941

  • Où sont-ils, mes petits copains?
  • C’était un jour de fête
  • C’est un monsieur très distingué
  • J’ai dansé avec l’Amour (from the film Montmartre-sur-Seine)
  • Tu es partout (from the film Montmartre-sur-Seine)
  • L’Homme des bars
  • Le Vagabond

1942

  • Jimmy, c’est lui
  • Un coin tout bleu (from the film Montmartre-sur-Seine)
  • Sans y penser
  • Un monsieur me suit dans la rue

1943

  • J’ai qu’à l’regarder…
  • Le Chasseur de l’hôtel
  • C’était une histoire d’amour
  • Le Brun et le Blond
  • Monsieur Saint-Pierre
  • Coup de Grisou
  • De l’autre côté de la rue
  • La Demoiselle du cinqième
  • C’était si bon
  • Je ne veux plus laver la vaisselle
  • La Valse de Paris
  • Chanson d’amour
  • Ses mains

1944

  • Les deux rengaines
  • Y’a pas d’printemps
  • Les Histoires de coeur
  • C’est toujours la même histoire

1945

  • Le Disque usé
  • Elle a…
  • Regarde-moi toujours comme ça
  • Les Gars qui marchaient
  • Il Riait
  • Monsieur Ernest a réussi

1946

1947

  • C’est pour ça (from the film Neuf garçons, un cœur)
  • Qu’as-tu fait John?
  • Sophie (from the film Neuf garçons, un cœur)
  • Mais qu’est-ce que j’ai ?
  • Le Geste
  • Si tu partais
  • {{|Une chanson à trois temps|fr}}
  • Un Homme comme les autres
  • Les Cloches sonnent
  • Johnny Fedora et Alice Blue Bonnet
  • Le Rideau tombe avant la fin
  • Elle avait son sourire

1948

  • Monsieur Lenoble
  • Les Amants de Paris
  • Il a chanté
  • Les vieux bateaux
  • Il pleut
  • Cousu de fil blanc
  • Amour du mois de mai
  • Monsieur X

1949

  • Bal dans ma rue
  • Pour moi tout’ seule
  • Pleure pas
  • Le Prisonnier de la tour (Si le roi savait ça Isabelle)
  • L’Orgue des amoureux
  • Dany
  • Paris (from the film L’Homme aux mains d’argile [fr])

1950

  • Hymne à l’amour
  • Le Chevalier de Paris
  • Il fait bon t’aimer
  • La p’tite Marie
  • Tous les amoureux chantent
  • Il y avait
  • C’est d’la faute à tes yeux
  • C’est un gars
  • Hymn to Love
  • Autumn Leaves
  • The Three Bells
  • Le Ciel est fermé
  • La Fête continue
  • Simply a Waltz
  • La Vie en rose (English version)

1951

  • Padam, padam…
  • Avant l’heure
  • L’homme que j’aimerai
  • Du matin jusqu’au soir
  • Demain (Il fera jour)
  • C’est toi (with Eddie Constantine)
  • Rien de rien
  • Si, si, si, si (with Eddie Constantine)
  • À l’enseigne de la fille sans cœur
  • Télégramme
  • Une enfant
  • Plus bleu que tes yeux
  • Le Noël de la rue
  • La Valse de l’amour
  • La Rue aux chansons
  • Jezebel
  • Chante-moi (with M. Jiteau)
  • Chanson de Catherine
  • Chanson bleue
  • Je hais les dimanches

1952

  • Au bal de la chance
  • Elle a dit
  • Notre-Dame de Paris
  • Mon ami m’a donné
  • Je t’ai dans la peau (from the film Boum sur Paris)
  • Monsieur et madame
  • Ça gueule ça, madame (with Jacques Pills) (from the film Boum sur Paris)

1953

  • Bravo pour le clown
  • Sœur Anne
  • N’y va pas Manuel
  • Les Amants de Venise
  • L’effet qu’tu m’fais
  • Johnny, tu n’es pas un ange
  • Jean et Martine
  • Et moi…
  • Pour qu’elle soit jolie ma chanson (with Jacques Pills) (from the film Boum sur Paris)
  • Les Croix
  • Le bel indifférent
  • Heureuse

1954

1955

  • Un grand amour qui s’achève
  • Miséricorde
  • C’est à Hambourg
  • Légende
  • Le Chemin des forains
  • La Vie en rose (Spanish)

1956

  • Heaven Have Mercy
  • One Little Man
  • ‘Cause I Love You
  • Chante-Moi (English)
  • Don’t Cry
  • I Shouldn’t Care
  • My Lost Melody
  • Avant nous
  • Et pourtant
  • Marie la Française
  • Les amants d’un jour
  • L’Homme à la moto
  • Soudain une vallée
  • Une dame
  • Toi qui sais

1957

  • La Foule
  • Les Prisons du roy
  • Opinion publique
  • Salle d’attente
  • Les Grognards
  • Comme moi

1958

  • C’est un homme terrible
  • Je me souviens d’une chanson
  • Je sais comment
  • Tatave
  • Les Orgues de barbarie
  • Eden Blues
  • Le Gitan et la fille
  • Fais comme si
  • Le Ballet des cœurs
  • Les Amants de demain
  • Les Neiges de Finlande
  • Tant qu’il y aura des jours
  • Un étranger
  • Mon manège à moi [fr]

1959

1960

  • Non, je ne regrette rien
  • La Vie, l’amour
  • Rue de Siam
  • Jean l’Espagnol
  • La belle histoire d’amour
  • La Ville inconnue
  • Non, la vie n’est pas triste
  • Kiosque à journaux
  • Le Métro de Paris
  • Cri du cœur
  • Les Blouses blanches
  • Les Flons-Flons du bal
  • Les Mots d’amour
  • T’es l’homme qu’il me faut
  • Mon Dieu
  • Boulevard du crime
  • C’est l’amour
  • Des histoires
  • Ouragan
  • Je suis à toi
  • Les Amants merveilleux
  • Je m’imagine
  • Jérusalem
  • Le vieux piano

1961

  • C’est peut-être ça
  • Les bleuets d’azur
  • Quand tu dors
  • Mon vieux Lucien
  • Le Dénicheur
  • J’n’attends plus rien
  • J’en ai passé des nuits
  • Exodus
  • Faut pas qu’il se figure
  • Les Amants (with Charles Dumont)
  • No Regrets
  • Le Billard électrique
  • Marie-Trottoir
  • Qu’il était triste cet anglais
  • Toujours aimer
  • Mon Dieu (English version)
  • Le Bruit des villes
  • Dans leur baiser

1962

  • Le Droit d’aimer
  • À quoi ça sert l’amour [fr] (with Théo Sarapo)
  • Fallait-il
  • Une valse
  • Inconnu excepte de dieu (with Charles Dumont)
  • Quatorze Juillet
  • Les Amants de Teruel (with Mikis Theodorakis/Jacques Plante)
  • Roulez tambours
  • Musique à tout va
  • Le Rendez-vous
  • Toi, tu l’entends pas!
  • Carmen’s Story
  • On cherche un Auguste
  • Ça fait drôle
  • Emporte-moi
  • Polichinelle
  • Le petit brouillard (Un petit brouillard)
  • Le Diable de la Bastille

1963

  • C’était pas moi
  • Le Chant d’amour
  • Tiens, v’là un marin
  • J’en ai tant vu
  • Traqué
  • Les Gens
  • Margot cœur gros
  • Monsieur Incognito
  • Un Dimanche à Londres (with Théo Sarapo)
  • L’Homme de Berlin (her last recording)

Discography

The following titles are compilations of Piaf’s songs, and not reissues of the titles released while Piaf was active.

  • Edith Piaf: Edith Piaf (Music For Pleasure MFP 1396) 1961
  • Ses Plus Belles Chansons (Contour 6870505) 1969
  • The Voice of the Sparrow: The Very Best of Édith Piaf, original release date: June 1991
  • Édith Piaf: 30th Anniversaire, original release date: 5 April 1994
  • Édith Piaf: Her Greatest Recordings 1935–1943, original release date: 15 July 1995
  • The Early Years: 1938–1945, Vol. 3, original release date: 15 October 1996
  • Hymn to Love: All Her Greatest Songs in English, original release date: 4 November 1996
  • Gold Collection, original release date: 9 January 1998
  • The Rare Piaf 1950–1962 (28 April 1998)
  • La Vie en rose, original release date: 26 January 1999
  • Montmartre Sur Seine (soundtrack import), original release date: 19 September 2000
  • Éternelle: The Best Of (29 January 2002)
  • Love and Passion (boxed set), original release date: 8 April 2002
  • The Very Best of Édith Piaf (import), original release date: 29 October 2002
  • 75 Chansons (Box set/import), original release date: 22 September 2005
  • 48 Titres Originaux (import), (09/01/2006)
  • Édith Piaf: L’Intégrale/Complete 20 CD/413 Chansons, original release date: 27 February 2007
  • Édith Piaf: The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection/Proper Records UK, original release date: 31 May 2011
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