La Valse à Mille Temps (English: The Waltz With A Thousand Beats) is Jacques Brel's fourth album. Also known as Jacques Brel 4 and American Début, the album was released in 1959 by Philips. The album was reissued on 23 September 2003 under the title La Valse à Mille Temps as part of the 16-CD box set Boîte à Bonbons by Barclay (980 816-6). Jacques Brel – composer, vocals. François Rauber – orchestra conductor. Jean-Marie Guérin – mastering. J. Aubert – photography. M. Apelbaum – photography.
Album: La Valse à Mille Temps (1959). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The title of this song may be translated as "To Waltz To Thousand Times" or some such; an light-hearted composition for Brel, it is probably best described as a Parisian love song. It is also a parody, of "Musetta's Waltz," its most notable feature being that it starts off very slowly but soon accelerates to such a degree that considerable verbal gymnastics are required.
Complete your Jacques Brel collection. François Rauber Et Son Orchestre can be find on back cover only. Label B doesn't change. The first known issue with François Rauber Et Son Orchestre only for and B2 is Jacques Brel - La Valse À Mille Temps issued in June 1962. La Dame Patronnesse" duration is not 3:09 but 3:25 everywhere here. La Valse À Mille Temps.
Artist: Jacques Brel. Album: Les 3 poètes - Brel, Brassens, Ferré (120 Chansons originales), 2011. La valse à mille temps Paroles et musique : Jacques Brel.