SYMPHONIE

Latest update on 12/01/2010

Artist: Fred Adison et son Orchestre
Author: Alex Alstone/André Tabet/Roger Bernstein
Label: Pathé
Year: 1945

Vocal version. In '61 Alstone & Tabet also cowrote C'est écrit dans le ciel for Bob Azzam (hit Fr & It).

Covers:

1945:

Alstone et ses Ritmes [instrumental for Gramophone; introduced his tune in '42 in a café dansant in Nice]

1945:

Jacques Pills [not to be confused with his C'est fini ('35) in duet with André Tabet; Symphonie and C'est fini sounds almost the same in French and with the war over, one was used for the other, boosting its popularity, even among GI's]

1945:

Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band [as Symphony; vocal: Sgt. Johnny Desmond, who found it in France (English lyrics: Jack Lawrence); by then Miller was reported missing for almost a year]

1945:

Freddy Martin [idem; n°1 US; vocal: Clyde Rogers]

1945:

Jo Stafford [idem]

1945:

Bing Crosby [idem]

1945:

Jean Sablon

1945:

Alys Roby [Canadian]

1945:

Marlène Dietrich [as Symphony]

1947:

Django Reinhardt

1965:

Adriano Celentano [as Non Mi Dir]

1969:

Petula Clark

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