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楼主: 急急流年

急急流年心目中的香颂世界———————————我心目中的香颂名家以及我收藏的Chan

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 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-6 18:17 | 显示全部楼层
[B] Yves Montand[/SIZE] [/B]
Montand was the good looking nice guy the French love to love. He was a pure, unadulterated Mediterranean. He was the big guy who never knew when to stop. It was undoubtedly the film, César et Rosalie (with Romy Schneider) which painted the truest picture of him. He combined singing and cinema careers with rare success. There were also many women in his life, despite his faithful marriage with Simone Signoret - what our American friends would call a French paradox....




MONTAND-2CD的精选,封面很酷!

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 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-6 18:22 | 显示全部楼层
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The singer, who was actually christened Ivo Livi, was born in the village of Monsummano in Tuscany, Italy, on 13 October 1921

他的一张专辑:les enfants qui s'aiment

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发表于 2004-11-11 00:41 | 显示全部楼层
羡慕中~
发表于 2004-11-16 22:44 | 显示全部楼层
对法国歌曲接触的很少 谢谢流年的介绍   
对了 你的“萝卜青菜”系列  到现在还受用不尽   每次都可以发掘出很多曾经听过 而又不太熟的经典老歌   再次表示感谢:p
 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-17 10:14 | 显示全部楼层
哈哈,不用这么客气,因为我也是Scarborough Fair的爱好者:D
发表于 2004-11-17 20:58 | 显示全部楼层
流年兄,前几天给你邮箱又发了一次,显示成功,请查收。看留言
 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-23 19:10 | 显示全部楼层
终于可以腾出手来完成这篇我很想完成的专题,继续


Yves Montand的la bicyclette

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 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-23 19:56 | 显示全部楼层
[B]3.Maurice Chevalier[/B] [/SIZE] [/COLOR] (1888-1972)[/SIZE]

Edith Piaf和Yves Montand之后,就不再排名,基本上按年代顺序往下列,当然偶而也随心所欲一下。
来看几下猛犸级别的人物先!
Dubbed "the French Al Jolson," Maurice Chevalier was among the most beloved song-and-dance men of the pre-war era. Born September 12, 1888 in Paris, he was the youngest of nine children, quitting school at the age of 11 to work as an apprentice engraver and factory worker. Chevalier also later performed as a circus acrobat, but after suffering serious injuries he instead turned to singing in Parisian cafes and music halls; although his voice lacked power, he compensated with his fine comedic skills, and before long was among the most popular performers in France, often partnering with the infamous Minstinguett in the Folies-Bergere. Upon making his film debut in the 1908 silent comedy Trop Crédule, a series of other film roles followed before Chevalier joined the French forces fighting in World War I; from 1914 to 1916, he was held as a POW by the Germans, learning English from his fellow prisoners. He was later awarded a Croix de Guerre for his wartime service.

After his release, Chevalier returned to the cinema, as well as the cabaret circuit; clad in his trademark straw boater and bow tie, in 1925 he introduced "Valentine," one of the songs with which he remained identified for the duration of his career. Upon learning of the advent of motion picture sound, Chevalier relocated to Hollywood in 1928; a year later he made his American debut in Innocents of Paris, which popularized his song "Louise." He then traveled to New York, where he performed backed by Duke Ellington; returning to Hollywood, he next appeared opposite Jeanette MacDonald in Ernst Lubitsch's hit The Love Parade, a role which earned him an Academy Award nomination in the Best Actor category. Chevalier and MacDonald made a total of four films together, the most successful of them Rouben Mamoulian's 1932 effort Love Me Tonight, which included several original compositions by Rodgers & Hart, among them "Mimi" and "Isn't It Romantic."

With his happy-go-lucky charm and suave sophistication, Chevalier became a romantic superstar, but he abruptly left Hollywood in 1935, reportedly incensed over receiving second billing in a film; he returned to Europe a triumphant global success, quickly reclaiming his cabaret throne and continuing to appear in a variety of motion pictures. However, with the outbreak of World War II, Chevalier was reluctant to perform live in Nazi-occupied areas; he finally agreed to perform in Germany in 1941 on the condition that a group of French POWs be released. (Such dealings ultimately led to charges of Nazi collaboration, although he was later vindicated.) In the late 1940s, Chevalier developed a one-man stage show which he took to London and later the U.S.; after appearing in the 1950 feature Le Roi, he again attempted to return to America, but was denied re-entry after signing the anti-nuclear document known as the Stockholm Appeal.

In 1957, after several years away from the spotlight, Chevalier made a surprise return to Hollywood, appearing in Billy Wilder's Love in the Afternoon; a year later he starred in Gigi, the film's Lerner & Loewe score providing him with two of his signature songs, "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" and "I Remember It Well," the latter performed with Hermione Gingold. In 1959, Chevalier was awarded an honorary Oscar for "contributions to the world of entertainment for more than half a century." In 1960, he co-starred with Frank Sinatra and Louis Jourdan in Can-Can, but after 1961's Fanny he began appearing in smaller roles, typically cast as a patriarchal figure. After 1967's family comedy Monkeys, Go Home!, Chevalier retired from the screen, and his vocal rendition of the title song to the 1970 animated Disney feature The Aristocats was his last work in Hollywood; he died at home in Paris on January 1, 1972.

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 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-23 20:31 | 显示全部楼层
[B]4.Frehel[/B] [/SIZE] [/COLOR] (1891-1951)[/SIZE]

这套香颂中的星星:Etoiles de la Chanson 共有十几张,封面设计十分体现美感,可惜加上Edith Piaf那张,我只有三张。

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 楼主| 发表于 2004-11-23 20:34 | 显示全部楼层
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[B]5.Lucienne Delyle[/B] [/SIZE] [/COLOR] (1917-1962)[/SIZE]
此人唱的仲夏夜之梦,很好听,熊老介绍过,某某人想听哈

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