Spanish composer (1809-1865); best known for La Paloma (see there).
Georges Bizet [as Habanera, the famous aria L'amour est un oiseau rebelle from the first act of his opera Carmen]
Emma Calvé [idem; one of the first operadiva's to be recorded, which wasn't evident at all: she refused to enter the studio - a 'thieves den' in her own words - before she was fully payed in advance]
Emilio De Gogorza [idem]
Annemarie Hase [as An allem sind die Juden schuld; lyrics: Friedrich Hollaender, in Berlin revue Spuk in der Villa Stern; targeting Hitler]
Andrews Sisters [as Carmen Boogie]
Maria Callas [as Habanera]
Linda Lewis [as That's Love]
Malcolm McLaren [as Habanera]
Yello [as La Habanera in film The Mighty Quinn with Denzel Washington]
Helmut Lotti [idem]
Scooter [sample of Maria Callas in Habanera]
Stromae [as Carmen]
Vivian Kanner [as An ellem sind die Juden schuld]
When the heirs of Yradier started knocking on Bizet's door, he apologised with a proper credit, hiding behind his initial believe the melody to be a Spanish traditional. In fact a little note survived where Bizet ordered a collection of spanish songs by the late Yradier to be removed from the Bibliothèque Nationale.