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Artist: André Claveau. Album: The Greatest Hits from 40's and 50's, Vol. 65. Release year: 2010. Download André Claveau - Cerisier rose et pommier blanc. The Greatest Hits from 40's and 50's, Vol. 65: Best 2 songs. André Claveau - Coeur de Paris 03:04. André Claveau, Créateur original : Paul Delmet - La petite église Chansons de la Belle Epoque, 2010 03:21. Artist: André Claveau.

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The French Christmas Album Volume 2 2006. Trois Anges Sont Venus. The French Christmas Album Volume 2 2008. Cadet Rousselle (Young Rousselle). André Claveau, Mathé Altéry, Christian Borel & Claire Vallin 1989. Cerisier rose et pommier blanc. Le coffre aux souvenirs 2007. Gentil coquelicot (Pretty Poppy). Ritournelle de Paris. Paris: Love in Paris in 50 songs 1952. The winner of the 1958 Eurovision Song Contest, French vocalist André Claveau was born in Paris on December 17, 1915, and was ranked among his homeland's most popular singers during the 1940s and 1950s. His first hit, 1936's "Chez Moi," was followed by dozens more, including "Quand un Petit Oiseau" in 1938 and the wartime smashes "Ah!