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Charles Aznavour

Charles Aznavour (; French: [ʃaʁl aznavuʁ]; born Shahnour Vaghinag Aznavourian, Armenian: Շահնուր Վաղինակ Ազնավուրեան; 22 May 1924 – 1 October 2018) was a French-Armenian singer, lyricist, actor, public activist and diplomat. Aznavour was known for his distinctive tenor voice: clear and ringing in its upper reaches, with gravelly and profound low notes. In a career spanning over 70 years, he recorded more than 1,200 songs interpreted in eight languages. He wrote or co-wrote more than 1,000 songs for himself and others.

Autobiographie

Autobiographie is the 30th French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1980.HistoryIn 1980 the album became No 5 in France (42 weeks) of France (for 49 weeks).The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour and Georges Garvarentz. It was reissued by EMI in 1998. One of the songs, Une Vie D'amour performed also in Russian, became a hit.

The Truth About Charlie

The Truth About Charlie is a 2002 American-French film. It is a remake of Charade (1963) and an homage to François Truffaut's Shoot the Piano Player (1960) complete with the French film's star, Charles Aznavour, making two appearances singing his song "Quand tu m'aimes" (first in French, later in English). The film was produced, directed and co-written by Jonathan Demme, and stars Mark Wahlberg and Thandie Newton in the roles once played by Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn in Charade.

The Blockhouse

The Blockhouse is a 1973 film, based on a 1955 novel by Jean-Paul Clébert. It was directed by Clive Rees and starred Peter Sellers, in a rare dramatic performance, and Charles Aznavour. It was filmed entirely in Guernsey in the Channel Islands and was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.

Charles Aznavour Square, Gyumri

Not to be confused with Charles Aznavour Square, YerevanCharles Aznavour Square (Armenian: Շառլ Ազնավուրի Հրապարակ) is a large square at the northern part of Gyumri city, Armenia. It is considered the 3rd square of the city after the Vardanants Square and the Independence Square.

AFAS Live

AFAS Live (formerly known as the Heineken Music Hall) is a concert hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands, near the Johan Cruyff Arena. The big hall, named "Black Box" has a capacity of 6000 and is 3000 m²; a smaller hall for after parties (Beat Box) has a capacity of 700. Many artists, both national and international, have performed at the venue, including Westlife, Toto, Kylie Minogue, Avril Lavigne, Charles Aznavour, Bob Dylan, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Sam Smith and Within Temptation.

Aznavour, sa jeunesse

Aznavour, sa jeunesse is a tribute album released on 24 November 2014 where a great number of younger French-language artists sing classic hits from Charles Aznavour. The album released under Millenium label, one of the affiliated Barclay Records label was made to coincide with the 90th birthday of the French Armenian artist born in 1924. The title of the album is also a nod to "Sa jeunesse...(Entre ses mains)", one of Aznavour's earliest singles.

Deaths in 2018

The following deaths of notable individuals occurred in 2018. Names are reported under the date of death, in alphabetical order by surname or pseudonym.A typical entry reports information in the following sequence:Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent nationality (if applicable), what subject was noted for, cause of death (if known), and reference.October2Ron Casey, 89, Australian broadcaster and sports journalist.1Charles Aznavour, 94, French-Armenian singer ("La Bohème", "She") and lyricist.Mario Castellazzi, 82, Italian footballer (Spezia, Catania, Livorno). Stelvio Cipriani, 81, Italian composer, complications from a stroke.Enrique Colavizza, 80, Colombian humorist.Đỗ Mười, 101, Vietnamese politician, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (1991–1997), Prime Minister (1988–1991).Carlos Ezquerra, 70, Spanish comics artist (Judge Dredd, Preacher), lung cancer.Jerry González, 69, American bandleader and trumpeter, heart attack.Antoine Sfeir, 69, Lebanese journalist and professor.María Teresa Sosa, 88, Guatemalan politician and activist, First Lady (1982–1983).September30Julio Fausto Aguilera, 90, Guatemalan writer and poet.Edredon Bleu, 26, British racehorse, winner of the King George VI Chase (2003).Geoffrey Hayes, 76, English television presenter (Rainbow) and actor (Z-Cars), pneumonia.Walter Laqueur, 97, German-born American historian and journalist.Kim Larsen, 72, Danish rock singer, songwriter and guitarist (Gasolin'), prostate cancer.Carlos Ángel López, 66, Argentine footballer.Angela Maria, 89, Brazilian singer.René Pétillon, 72, French satirical and political cartoonist.29Luigi Agnolin, 75, Italian Hall of Fame football referee.Macià Alavedra, 84, Spanish politician, Deputy (1977–1979, 1982–1986).Alves Barbosa, 86, Portuguese racing cyclist.Tulsidas Borkar, 83, Indian harmonium player, chest infection.Thomas E. Brennan, 89, American jurist, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court (1969–1970).Eugene John Gerber, 87, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Dodge City (1976–1982) and Wichita (1982–2001), heart attack.Franchesca La Profeta, 25, Dominican rapper and social media personality, asthma attack.Leyder Ortíz Palacios, 21, Colombian footballer (Orsomarso S.C.), stabbed.

The Old Fashioned Way (song)

"The Old Fashioned Way" is the English version of Charles Aznavour's Les plaisirs démodés song. The song was released in 1973 by Barclay Records as a single (What makes a Man on the B-side) and became a hit in the Netherlands (#5), Belgium and in the UK (it was on British charts for 15 weeks).

Aznavour 65

Aznavour 65 is the sixteenth French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1965. According to Allmusic, the album captures "one of French pop's best singers at the height of his talent". In 1965 The New Yorker called it Aznavour's most exciting album.The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Maurice Jarre and others. Many of the songs, including Je Ne Crois Pas, Une Enfant, Isabelle and C'Est Fini became international hits.It was reissued in 1996 by EMI.

Charles Aznavour Square

Charles Aznavour Square may refer to:Charles Aznavour Square, Gyumri, Armenia

Une vie d'amour

"Une vie d'amour" (A life of love) is a song written by Charles Aznavour to the music of Georges Garvarentz. The Russian lyrics of the song were written by Natalia Konchalovsky.

La bohème (disambiguation)

La bohème is an 1896 opera by Giacomo Puccini.La bohème may also refer to:Stage worksLa bohème (Leoncavallo), 1897 opera by Ruggero LeoncavalloLa bohème (musical), Broadway musical adaptation originally staged in 1927FilmLa Bohème (1916 film), film adaptation by Albert CapellariLa Bohème (1926 film), film adaptation by King VidorLa Vie de Bohème (1945 film), film adaptation by Marcel L'HerbierLa Bohème (1965 film), film adaptation by Franco ZeffirelliLa Bohème (1988 film), film adaptation by Luigi ComenciniLa Bohème (2008 film), film adaptation by Robert Dornhelm, with Anna Netrebko and Rolando VillazónLa bohème (2009 film), short film by Werner Herzog set to "O Soave Fanciulla"MusicLa Bohème (Charles Aznavour song), 1965 song by Charles AznavourBoheme (album), 1995 album by Deep ForestLa bohème (album), a 1966 album by Charles AznavourSee alsoLabo M, pun on La bohème, 2003 album by French rock performer Matthieu Chedid, also known as -M-Bohemian (disambiguation)

Aznavour toujours

Aznavour toujours (Forever the Aznavour) is the 50th French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 2011. Toujours became his seventh album in the 21st century. According to Allmusic, "this collection of 12 self-penned tracks shows that the 87-year-old is still capable of cutting it alone". Album cover photograph is taken by Karl Lagerfeld.

Tomorrow Is My Turn

Tomorrow Is My TurnTomorrow Is My Turn (film) (Le Passage du Rhin), 1960 film starring Charles Aznavour"Tomorrow Is My Turn" (song), version for Nina Simone of "L'Amour, c'est comme un jour" 1962 Charles Aznavour song

Charles Aznavour discography

This is a discography for Charles Aznavour.In a career spanning over 70 years, Charles Aznavour recorded more than 1,200 songs interpreted in eight languages. For himself and others, he has written or co-written more than 1,000 songs. He has sold 180 million records, appeared in more than 80 films and was voted Time magazine's entertainer of the 20th century, edging out Elvis and Bob Dylan.

Ils sont tombés

Ils sont tombés is a song released in 1976, written by Charles Aznavour and Georges Garvarentz in 1975 and dedicated to the memory of Armenian Genocide victims. It was subsequently released in English, as They Fell. The text has also been translated to Russian and Armenian (performed by Mirta Satdjian). The authorized Armenian translation is made by Fr. Raphael Antonian, Director of Murad-Rafaelian College in Sevres.

She (Charles Aznavour song)

"She" is a song written by Charles Aznavour and Herbert Kretzmer and released by Aznavour as a single in 1974. The song was written in English as a theme tune for the British TV series Seven Faces of Woman.Aznavour also recorded it in French, German, Italian and Spanish, under the respective titles "Tous les visages de l'amour" (English: All the Faces of Love), "Sie" (English: She) "Lei" (English: She) and "Es" (English: [She] is), respectively. He also recorded the song in a more uptempo French version with different lyrics, simply titled "Elle" (English: She).

Shoot the Piano Player

Shoot the Piano Player (French: Tirez sur le pianiste; UK title: Shoot the Pianist) is a 1960 French New Wave crime drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Charles Aznavour as the titular pianist. It is based on the novel Down There by David Goodis.

Hier encore

"Hier Encore", whose original French title translates as "Only Yesterday", is a song written by Charles Aznavour and released in September 1964.HistoryIt was subsequently released in English as "Yesterday, When I Was Young", in Italian as "Ieri Si", in Danish as "Hvor tiden går", in Japanese 帰り来ぬ青春, and in Spanish as "Ayer Aún". It is considered one of Aznavour's greatest hits.

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Esperanza (Charles Aznavour song)

"Esperanza" is a 1961 hit song by Charles Aznavour with French lyrics written by Aznavour after the original instrumental composition by Ramón Cabrera Argotes. The Aznavour version commences "Esperanza, esperanza, le bonheur en nos coeurs...".

The Games (film)

The Games is a 1970 British sports drama film directed by Michael Winner. It is based on the Hugh Atkinson novel and adapted to the screen by Erich Segal. The plot concerned four marathon competitors at a fictitious Olympic Games in Rome, played by Michael Crawford, Ryan O'Neal, Charles Aznavour and Athol Compton. Elton John recorded one song ('From Denver To L.A.') for the soundtrack.

La Bohème (Charles Aznavour song)

La Bohème is a song written by French songwriter Jacques Plante and Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.HistoryIt was first recorded by Aznavour in 1965. It is Aznavour's signature song, as well as one of the most popular French-language songs and a staple of French chanson. It became an international hit song in 1965 and was in TOP10 charts of Argentina (No 3), Brazil (especially Rio de Janeiro (No 5)), France (No 1) and other countries.A painter, recalling his younger years in Montmartre, remembers his artistic life and the years when he was hungry but happy. According to Aznavour, this song is a farewell to the last days of bohemian Montmartre. He also recorded Italian, Spanish, English, and German versions, as well as a rare Portuguese recording. It is performed at virtually every one of his concerts.

The Adventurers (1970 film)

The Adventurers is a 1970 American drama film based on the novel by Harold Robbins. It is directed, produced and co-written by Lewis Gilbert.The American film stars Bekim Fehmiu, Candice Bergen, Charles Aznavour, Olivia de Havilland, Fernando Rey, Ernest Borgnine, Alan Badel and Leigh Taylor-Young. The film featured a film debut from Fehmiu and was shot in Europe and parts of South America. It is loosely based on the life of Dominican diplomat and playboy Porfirio Rubirosa.

La bohème (album)

Charles Aznavour, also known as La bohème is an album by French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1966. It included such international hits as "La Bohème" and "Jezebel". The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Georges Garvarentz, Gilbert Bécaud and others. In 1966 it was originally released by Barclay Records in France and Canada, then by Reprise Records in the US (as Aznavour).It was reissued in 1996 by EMI.

Édith Piaf

Édith Piaf (French: [edit pjaf] ( listen); born Édith Giovanna Gassion, 19 December 1915 – 10 October 1963) was a French vocalist, songwriter, cabaret performer and film actress noted as France's national chanteuse and one of the country's most widely known international stars.Piaf's music was often autobiographical and she specialized in chanson and torch ballads about love, loss and sorrow. Her most widely known songs include “La Vie en rose" (1946), "Non, je ne regrette rien" (1960), "Hymne à l'amour" (1949), "Milord" (1959), "La Foule" (1957), "L'Accordéoniste" (1940), and "Padam, padam..." (1951).

Seda Aznavour

Freada (Patricia) Aznavour (born May 21, 1947) is a French-Armenian singer and artist, the daughter of Charles Aznavour.She studied at the Armenian Virgins College of Paris, at Jan-Luciere and Matie Alter musical schools.

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge (French pronunciation: ​[mu.lɛ̃ ʁuʒ], French for "Red Mill") is a cabaret in Paris, France.The original house, which burned down in 1915, was co-founded in 1889 by Charles Zidler and Joseph Oller, who also owned the Paris Olympia. Close to Montmartre in the Paris district of Pigalle on Boulevard de Clichy in the 18th arrondissement, it is marked by the red windmill on its roof. The closest métro station is Blanche.

Charles Aznavour Square, Yerevan

Not to be confused with Charles Aznavour Square, GyumriCharles Aznavour Square (in Armenian Շառլ Ազնավուրի հրապարակ), is a small square in the Kentron District of the Armenian capital Yerevan. The square is named in honour of the French Armenian singer Charles Aznavour as part of the celebrations of the 10th anniversary of Armenian independence in 2001. The square adjacent to Abovyan Street includes a number of important venues including Stanislavski Russian Theatre of Yerevan, the Moscow Cinema, the Artists Union of Armenia offices. Grand Hotel Yerevan on Abovyan Street also overlooks the square. The square also hosted the Yerevan Vernissage before the latter moved to its present location.

Qui?

Qui ? (Who?) is the tenth French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1963.It was reissued as a CD on January 03, 1995 by EMI.Track listingFor Me, Formidable (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Au Clair de Mon Âme (Charles Aznavour)Dors (Charles Aznavour)Qui ? (Charles Aznavour)O ! Toi la Vie (Charles Aznavour)Trop Tard (Alex Alstone / Charles Aznavour)Donne Tes Seize Ans (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)Tu Exagères (Charles Aznavour)Jolies Mômes de Mon Quartier (Charles Aznavour)Bon Anniversaire (Charles Aznavour)Les Deux Pigeons (Charles Aznavour)Il Viendra Ce Jour (Charles Aznavour)Track listing of the 1995 CD ReissueFor Me, Formidable (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Au Clair de Mon Âme (Charles Aznavour)Dors (Charles Aznavour)Qui ? (Charles Aznavour)O ! Toi la Vie (Charles Aznavour)Trop Tard (Alex Alstone / Charles Aznavour)Donne Tes Seize Ans (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)Tu Exagères (Charles Aznavour)Jolies Mômes de Mon Quartier (Charles Aznavour)Bon Anniversaire (Charles Aznavour)Les Deux Pigeons (Charles Aznavour)Et Je Vais (Charles Aznavour)Pour Faire une Jam (Charles Aznavour)Au Creux de Mon Épaule (Charles Aznavour)Il Pleut (Charles Aznavour)Sur la Table (Charles Aznavour)Sa Jeunesse (Charles Aznavour)PersonnelCharles Aznavour - Author, Composer, VocalsGeorges Garvarentz - ComposerAlex Alstone - ComposerJacques Plante - ComposerReferencesLinks

Charles Aznavour Museum

Charles Aznavour Museum, also known as Maison Charles Aznavour, is a biographical museum in Yerevan, Armenia, opened in 2011. It occupies a five-story building near the top of the Yerevan Cascade and includes an open-air concert hall, as well as Aznavour's apartment and the museum itself.

Charles Aznavour filmography

This is a filmography for French singer Charles Aznavour. In a career spanning over 70 years, he appeared in more than 60 feature films and was the subject of at least three documentary films.

40 chansons d'or

40 chansons d'or is a double-CD by Charles Aznavour, released in 1994 on EMI Records. It was reissued in 1996 with a different track listing. Track list of the 1994 editionCD 1 Au creux de mon épaule (1989 version)Sa jeunesse (1989 version)Si je n'avais plus (1989 version)Le Palais de nos chimères (1989 version)Une enfant (1989 version)À ma filleNon je n'ai rien oubliéLa BohèmeLes Deux GuitaresComme ils disentDésormaisBon anniversaireIl te suffisait que je t'aimePour faire une jam (1989 version)Les ComédiensLa MammaEmmenez-moiTrousse-ChemiseDonne tes seize ansTu t'laisses allerCD 2Sur ma vie (1989 version)J'en déduis que je t'aime (1989 version)Parce que (1989 version)Je m'voyais déjàQue C'est Triste VeniseIl faut savoirL'amour c'est comme un jourEt pourtantHier encoreParis au mois d'aoûtAprès l'amour (1989 version)Qui?Le TempsFor Me FormidableAvecPlus bleu que tes yeux (1989 version)Ce sacré piano (1989 version)Les Plaisirs démodésMourir d'aimerEt moi dans mon coinTrack list of the 1996 editionCD 1 Au creux de mon épauleSa jeunesseToi et moiLe Palais de nos chimèresMes emmerdesÀ ma filleNon je n'ai rien oubliéLa BohèmeLes Deux GuitaresComme ils disentDésormaisBon anniversaireIl te suffisait que je t'aimePour faire une jamLes ComédiensLa MammaEmmenez-moiTrousse chemiseDonne tes seize ansTu t'laisses allerCD 2Sur ma vieJ'en déduis que je t'aimeParce queJe m'voyais déjàQue c'est triste VeniseIl faut savoirL'amour c'est comme un jourEt pourtantHier encoreParis au mois d'aoûtAprès l'amourQui?Le TempsFor Me FormidableAvecPlus bleu que tes yeuxL'Amour et la GuerreLes Plaisirs démodésMourir d'aimerJezebel

Toi et Moi

Toi et moi meaning You and Me may refer to: Films and televisionToi et moi (film), 2006 French film by Julie Lopes-Curval Toi et moi, Quebec television series (1954 to 1960)Toi et moi (TV series), Quebec television series (2014 - 2016)MusicToi + Moi, an album by French singer Grégoire"Toi + Moi" (song), title track from Grégoire's Toi + Moi albumToi et moi, a 1994 album by Charles Aznavour"Toi et moi" (Charles Aznavour song), title track from Charles Aznavour's album Toi et moi"Toi et Moi" (Namie Amuro song)"Toi & moi", a song by Lorie from her 2005 album Best of"Toi et moi", song by Colonel Reyel from his album 2012 album Soldat de l'amour"Toi et moi", single from Guillaume Grand album L'amour est laid

Chante Charles Aznavour, vol. 3

Chante Charles Aznavour, vol. 3 is a 1955 album by Charles Aznavour. It was the third of three similarly titled 10" vinyl LPs for Ducretet-Thomson at the very beginning of the Charles Aznavour discography.

Eddie Barclay

Eddie Barclay (26 January 1921 – 13 May 2005) was a French music producer whose singers included Jacques Brel, Dalida and Charles Aznavour. He founded Barclay Records.LifeBorn Édouard Ruault, the son of a café waiter and a post office worker, in Paris on January 26, 1921, he spent much of his early childhood with his grandmother in Taverny (in today's Val-d'Oise). His parents bought the Café de la Poste bar in the middle of Paris while he was a child and at the age of 15 he left school to work in the café. He had not enjoyed his studies but he taught himself music and piano. He particularly liked American jazz and embraced the music of Fats Waller. He often visited the Hot Club de France to hear the quintet of Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt.

Chante Charles Aznavour, vol. 2

Chante Charles Aznavour, vol. 2 is a 1955 album by Charles Aznavour. It was the second of three similarly titled 10" vinyl LPs for Ducretet-Thomson at the very beginning of the Charles Aznavour discography, his previous recordings having been on the first issue in a series of, eventually, six EPs 1954-1956.

AH

AH and variants may refer to:Ah!, an exclamationArts and entertainmentMusic"Ah", song by Charles Aznavour written by Charles Aznavour and José Lucchesi 1954"Ah" (song), a Japanese song by Superfly"Ah", a Turkish song by Duman (band) 2002Other uses in arts and entertainmentAchievement Hunter, a Texas-based online video-gaming communityAdam Hughes, a comic artist who signs his work "AH!"Alternate history, a subgenre of speculative fictionArcana Heart, a video game seriesAvalon Hill, makers of military-themed board gamesPlacesAnhui, a province of China (Guobiao abbreviation AH)Austria-Hungary, a former European empireIn science and technologyIn aviationAir Algérie IATA designatorArtificial Horizon, an attitude indicator, a cockpit instrument (Aviation)Bell AH-1 Cobra, a model of attack helicopterBoeing AH-64 Apache, a model of attack helicopterIn computingAH register, the high byte of an X86 16-bit AX registerAH Authentication Header, a part of the IPsec protocol suiteOther uses in science and technologyAdenomatous hyperplasia, in medicine; see endometrial adenomatous hyperplasia and atypical adenomatous hyperplasiaAir handler, or air handling unit (AHU), a device used to condition and circulate airAmpere-hour, a unit of electric chargeAttohenry (aH), an SI unit of inductanceOther usesAfter-hours trading or extended-hours trading in stock tradingAh (digraph), a digraph used in Taa language orthographyAlbert Heijn, a Dutch supermarket chain owned by AholdAlkotmányvédelmi Hivatal, the Constitution Protection Office, a Hungarian intelligence agencyAnno Hegirae (Hijri year), a year in the Islamic calendarAsian Highway Network, a project among countries in Asia and Europe to improve the highway systems in AsiaAuction house, where goods or services are sold at auctionHospital ship (US Navy hull classification symbol AH)See alsoAAH (disambiguation)AHH (disambiguation)A-ha, a New Wave/Synthpop band from NorwayAa! Japanese bandAll pages beginning with AH

L'Amour, c'est comme un jour

"L'amour, c'est comme un jour" is a 1962 song by Charles Aznavour written by Aznavour, with lyrics by Yves Stéphane. An Italian version "L'amore E Come Un Giorno", with lyrics by Sergio Bardotti, followed in 1964. An English version "Tomorrow is My Turn", with lyrics by Marcel Stellman, was recorded by Nina Simone on the 1967 album I Put a Spell on You. Aznavour recorded the song multiple times, including as a duet with Sting for Aznavour's 2009 album Duos.

La mamma (song)

La mamma is a song written in 1962 by French lyricist Robert Gall and Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour.HistoryCharles Aznavour first recorded "La mamma" for a 1962 EP with his version serving as title cut for his 1963 album release. The first single release was by Les Compagnons de la chanson which reached #80 on the French charts in late 1963: the Aznavour version was then issued as a single to reach #1 in France in February 1964. "La mamma" also afforded Aznavour a hit on the Dutch charts of Belgium and, rendered in Italian, was a hit in Italy for both Aznavour (#13) and also Domenico Modugno (#36). "La mamma" became Aznavour's first million seller.An English-language rendering of "La mamma" by lyricist Don Black entitled "For Mama" was recorded by Matt Monro and released in December 1964 in the UK where it had a chart peak of #36. "For Mama" became a minor US hit in 1965 for both Connie Francis and Jerry Vale whose versions debuted on the Hot 100 in Billboard magazine dated March 6, 1965 at #86 (Francis) and #88 (Vale): in the previous issue of Billboard, that dated February 27, 1965, the Matt Monro version of "For Mama" had appeared in the "Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles" chart at #135 along with the Jerry Vale and Connie Francis versions, respectively #121 and #127, but Monro's version did not subsequently advance into the Hot 100. The Connie Francis and Jerry Vale versions of "For Mama" rose to respective Hot 100 peaks of #48 (Francis) and #54 (Vale) on the Hot 100 dated April 3, 1965 with each disc charting for one subsequent week for a total Hot 100 tenure of seven weeks. Vic Damone also recorded a cover version of "For Mama" which failed to chart.

Parce Que Tu Crois

"Parce que tu crois" (English translation: "Because You Believe") is a song by Armenian-French singer Charles Aznavour. It was released on his 1966 albums La bohème and Chante Paris au mois d'août.

Je n'ai pas vu le temps passer...

Je n'ai pas vu le temps passer... is the 28th French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1978.HistoryIn 1978 the album became No 1 on TOP 50 of France (for 49 weeks).The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Georges Garvarentz and others. It was reissued by EMI.Track listingAvant la guerreJe n'ai pas vu le temps passerJ'ai vu ParisNe t'en fais pasLa chanson du faubourgDans ta chambre il y aCamaradeLes amours médicalesUn corpsJe ne connais que toiTrack listing of the 1995 CD ReissueAve Maria (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)Un Enfant Est Né (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)Je Ne Comprends Pas (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Noël d'Autrefois (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Papa Calypso (Charles Aznavour / Herbert Kretzmer / Jacques Plante)Comment C'est Fait La Neige? (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Noël à Paris (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Un Enfant de Toir Pour Noël (Charles Aznavour / Georges Garvarentz)Noël au Saloon (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)Hosanna! (Charles Aznavour)Avant La Guerre (Charles Aznavour)Je N'Ai Pas Vu le Temps Passer (Charles Aznavour)J'Ai Vu Paris (Charles Aznavour)Ne T'En Fais Pas (Charles Aznavour / Guy Bontempelli)Camarade (Charles Aznavour / Jacques Plante)PersonnelCharles Aznavour - Author, Composer, VocalsGeorges Garvarentz - ComposerGuy Bontempelli - ComposerAldo Franck - OrchestrationAndré Gomet - PhotographyHerbert Kretzmer - ComposerPeter Duval Lee - OrchestrationAlain Marouani - PhotographyDel Newman - OrchestrationJacques Plante - ComposerGabriel Yared - OrchestrationPeter Boita - DrumsLaurence Juber - GuitarReferencesLinks

Charles Aznavour (Je m'voyais déjà)

Charles Aznavour, released on January 1961, is the seventh French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour. This album is also known under the title "Je m'voyais déjà" (It Will Be My Day). The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Georges Garvarentz, and others. According to The book of golden discs, 'J'm voyais deja' was one of the hits which from 1961 helped Aznavour to become "an international favourite". The album became a bestseller in Belgium and a hit in France.It was reissued in 1995 by EMI.

Candy (1968 film)

Candy is a 1968 sex farce film directed by Christian Marquand based on the 1958 novel by Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg, from a screenplay by Buck Henry. The film satirizes pornographic stories through the adventures of its naive heroine, Candy, played by Ewa Aulin. It stars Marlon Brando, Ewa Aulin, Richard Burton, James Coburn, Walter Matthau, Ringo Starr, John Huston, John Astin, Charles Aznavour, Elsa Martinelli and Enrico Maria Salerno. Popular figures such as Sugar Ray Robinson, Anita Pallenberg, Florinda Bolkan, Marilù Tolo, Nicoletta Machiavelli and Umberto Orsini also appear in cameo roles.

Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary can refer to:In film and television:Happy Anniversary (1959 film), a 1959 motion picture starring David Niven and Mitzi GaynorHappy Anniversary (2018 film)Happy Anniversary (upcoming film), a upcoming film starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan and Sushmita Sen"Happy Anniversary" (I Dream of Jeannie), an episode of the television series I Dream of Jeannie"Happy Anniversary" (Arthur), an episode of the television series Arthur"Happy Anniversary" (Angel), an episode of the television series AngelIn music:Happy Anniversary (1959 song), a composition by Al Stillman and Robert Allen, introduced in the motion pictureHappy Anniversary (1967 song), a song written and performed by Charles AznavourHappy Anniversary (1977 song), a song from the album Diamantina Cocktail performed by Little River Band

La mamma

La mamma is the eleventh French studio album by the French singer Charles Aznavour, released in 1963. It achieved TOP1 in France for several weeks, Spain (also TOP1), it was a TOP10 hit in Belgium, Holland, and other countries. It became a bestseller, and sold over a million copies only in France. The English version of 'La Mama' entitled 'For Mama', was written in 1964, with words by Don Black and became a hit in Philippines. In the US Ray Charles performed it.

Charles Aznavour (disambiguation)

Charles Aznavour (1924-2018) is a French and Armenian singer, songwriter, actor, public activist and diplomatIt may also refer to:PlacesCharles Aznavour Square, Yerevan, ArmeniaCharles Aznavour Square, Gyumri, ArmeniaCharles Aznavour Museum, museum in Yerevan, ArmeniaMusicCharles Aznavour (Il faut savoir), 1961 albumCharles Aznavour (Je m'voyais déjà), 1961 albumSee also

Que C'est Triste Venise

Que C'est Triste Venise (literal English translation: How Sad Venice Is) is a song written by Armenian-French artist Charles Aznavour and Françoise Dorin and sung by Aznavour about Venice. It was first recorded in French by Aznavour in 1964, and later in Spanish (Venecia Sin Ti), German (Venedig im Grau), English (How Sad Venice Can Be or Venice Blue cover of Bobby Darin), and most notably in 1971 in Italian (Com'è Triste Venezia).

Charles Aznavour (Il faut savoir)

Charles Aznavour, released in December 1961, is the eighth French studio album by the French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour. This album is also known under the title "Il faut savoir" (You've got to learn). It was in TOP 10 charts in France, Italy, Belgium, Israel and other countries.The album includes songs by Charles Aznavour, Georges Garvarentz, Michel Legrand, Eddie Barclay and others.

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