Petula Clark

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Petula Clark e 2012

Petula Clark a zo anv-micher ar ganerez Sally Olwen Clark, bet ganet d'ar 15 a viz Du 1932 en Epsom (Surrey), e Bo-Saoz. Kanet he deus e saozneg ha galleg dreist-holl, savet tonioù, ha bet eo aktourez un tamm ivez abaoe he 7 vloaz.

He buhez[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

Klañvdiourien e oa tud Sally, hag o-daou, Doris (ganet Phillips) ha Leslie Norman Clark, e labourent en ospital Long Grove en Epsom. He mamm a oa Kembreadez. Ijinet e voe an anv Petula gant he zad, diwar anvioù div zousig dezhañ, Pet hag Ulla (un anv svedek), emezañ. Pa oa bihan e kane Sally e kor ar chapel choir ha troet e oa da zreveziñ kanerezed brudet ar mare, ar Saozez Vera Lynn, ar Vrazilianez Carmen Miranda, ha Sophie Tucker, dirak kerent ha mignoned.

He fladennoù[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

En alamaneg[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

  • "Monsieur" (gant Karl Götz, Kurt Hertha) (1962, No.1)
  • "Casanova Baciami" (doare alamanek ) (1963, No.2)
  • "Cheerio" (doare alamanek "Chariot") (1963, No.6)
  • "Mille Mille Grazie" (doare alamanek ) (1963, No.9)
  • "Warum muß man auseinandergeh'n (Mit weißen Perlen)" (1964, No.17)
  • "Alles ist nun vorbei (Anyone Who Had a Heart)" (1964, No.37)
  • "Downtown" (1965, doare alamanek , No.1)
  • "Kann ich dir vertrauen" (1966, No.17)
  • "Verzeih' die dummen Tränen" (1966, doare alamanek "My Love", No.21)
  • "Love – so heißt mein Song" (1967, doare alamanek "This is My Song", No.23)
  • "Alle Leute wollen in den Himmel", (1967, doare alamanek "Tout le monde veut aller au ciel", No.28)

E galleg[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

En italianeg[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

E spagnoleg[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

Ar peder c'hanaouenn zo bet enrollet en 1964 en Spagn gant Hispavox en EP "Petula Clark canta en Español" (Cat.-No. HV 27–126).

E saozneg[kemmañ | kemmañ ar vammenn]

  • "Put Your Shoes on Lucy" (1949)
  • "House in the Sky" (1949)
  • "I'll Always Love You" (1949)
  • "Clancy Lowered the Boom" (1949)
  • "You Go to mMy Head" (1950)
  • "Music! Music! Music!" (1950)
  • "You Are My True Love" (1950)
  • "May Kway (Rose, Rose I Love You" (1951)[2]
  • "Mariandl" (with Jimmy Young) (1951)
  • "Where Did My Snowman Go?" (1952)
  • "The Card" (1952)
  • "Christopher Robin at Buckingham Palace" (1953)
  • "Meet Me in Battersea Park" (1954)
  • "Suddenly There's A Valley" (1955)
  • "Another Door Opens" (1956)
  • "With All My Heart" (1957)
  • "Fibbin'" (1958)
  • "Devotion" (1958)
  • "Dear Daddy" (1959)
  • "Mama's Talkin' Soft" (1959), a song deleted from Gypsy prior to its Broadway opening
  • "Cinderella Jones" (1960)
  • "Marin" ("Sailor") (1961)
  • "Ceux qui ont un cœur" ("Anyone Who Had a Heart") (1964)
  • "Petite Fleur" (1964)
  • "Invece no" (1965)
  • "Dans le temps" ("Downtown") (1965)
  • "Sauve-moi" (1977)
  • "C'est si bon" (1978) (with Mireille Mathieu)
  • "Mr. Orwell" (1984)
  • Blood Brothers (International Recording) (1995)
  • Songs from Sunset Boulevard (1996)
  • Here for You (1998)
  • The Ultimate Collection (2002)
  • Kaleidoscope (2003)
  • "Starting All Over Again" (2003)
  • Live at the Paris Olympia (2004)
  • "Driven by Emotion" (2005)
  • "Memphis" (2005)
  • "Together" (2006), recorded as a duet with Andy Williams
  • "Thank You for Christmas" (2006)
  • "Simple Gifts" (2006)
  • "It had to be you" (2007)
  • Duets (2007)
  • Solitude and Sunshine (2007)
  • In Her Own Write (2007), also featuring a guest recording by Amanda-Jane Manning of My Love Will Never Die[3]
  • Then & Now (2008)
  • Open Your Heart: A Love Song Collection (2009)
  • This is Christmas (2009)
  • 2016: From now on