André Popp (André Charles Jean Popp) est un compositeur, arrangeur et chef d'orchestre français né le 19 février 1924 à Fontenay-le-Comte (Vendée) et mort le 10 mai 2014 (à 90 ans) à Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine).Ses œuvres les plus connues sont Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie ou la petite histoire d'un grand orchestre (1956) et l'album Elsa Popping et sa musique sidérante ou Delirium in Hi Fi (1957).

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  • André Popp (André Charles Jean Popp) est un compositeur, arrangeur et chef d'orchestre français né le 19 février 1924 à Fontenay-le-Comte (Vendée) et mort le 10 mai 2014 (à 90 ans) à Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine).Ses œuvres les plus connues sont Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie ou la petite histoire d'un grand orchestre (1956) et l'album Elsa Popping et sa musique sidérante ou Delirium in Hi Fi (1957). Durant plusieurs décennies, il compose une multitude de chansons, on peut citer, parmi les plus célèbres, Les Lavandières du Portugal (1955), avec un impact international, interprétée par de nombreux interprètes dont Luis Mariano, Yvette Giraud, Jacqueline François, Astrud Gilberto, Tom Pillibi (Grand prix de l'Eurovision 1960 remporté par Jacqueline Boyer), et surtout L'amour est bleu, mondialement connu sous le titre Love is Blue (1967) totalisant jusqu'à aujourd'hui un record de reprises internationales. Il est à la fois compositeur et arrangeur pour des interprètes de premier plan comme Juliette Gréco (La Complainte du téléphone, 1957), Anthony Perkins (On ne meurt pas pour ça, 1961), et surtout, durant plusieurs années consécutives, pour Marie Laforêt (Les Noces de campagne, 1964 à Ivan, Boris et moi, 1967…). Il a également réalisé des arrangements comme celui d'Irma la douce pour Zizi Jeanmaire (1957).
  • André Charles Jean Popp (born 19 February 1924) is a French composer, arranger and screenwriter.Born in Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée, he started his career as a church organist, filling the place of his father who had been called up to serve in World War II in 1939. Popp studied music at the Saint Joseph Institute. In the 1960s, he co-wrote (with Pierre Cour) two songs for the Eurovision Song Contest — Tom Pillibi, which won the competition for France in 1960, and L'amour est bleu (Love is Blue) which came fourth for Luxembourg in 1967, but which later became a Number one hit in the US for Paul Mauriat. During this time he was the arranger for many top French singers such as Juliette Greco. He worked for many years for French radio.Popp is the composer of Piccolo, Sax and Co, a musical tale for children intended as a guide to the instruments of the orchestra and the rudiments of harmony.In 1957, Popp released Delirium in Hi-Fi (originally titled Elsa Popping et sa musique sidérante), a collaboration with Pierre Fatosme, an experiment in the recording techniques of the time.André Popp has been an inspiration for newer French composers such as Fred Pallem.Popp is the author of the pop song "Manchester et Liverpool" sung by Marie Laforêt. Its melody gained fame in the former Soviet Union as the background music to the Vremya television news programme's weather forecast since the early 1970s.[4]Popp made one-of-a-kind space age instrumental recordings during the 1950s and by the early 1960s had built quite a good reputation in the music recording industry and was in demand as an arranger. He made orchestrations for Rive Gauche legend Juliette Gréco that were jazzy, urbane, vibrant, quirky, even cartoonish at times. The arrival of Rock and Roll in France and, consequentially, yé-yé music, dramatically changed the expectations of French audiences and record-buyers, especially the younger ones, who were more interested in singers like Johnny Hallyday than Jacques Brel, although chansonniers such as Brel ultimately remained just as popular as they had been in the 1950s.Popp had to adapt to these new trends. He worked almost exclusively with female singers during this period, preferably the Lolita types, such as Chantal Goya, but also with Françoise Hardy. "Love is Blue", a song Vicky Leandros performed at the Eurovision Song Contest 1967 on behalf of Luxembourg, also recorded by Claudine Longet, became internationally popular. In these recordings, Popp does not sacrifice the sophistication of his 1950s orchestrations, but rather than animate the songs, he seems to set the tone, the mood, painting a colorful picture. Sometimes there are silky, smooth strings; often there is harpsichord and oboe and flute; elsewhere adventurous brassy fanfares; occasionally an ethereal soprano chorus; always some magical musical final touch, like the faint, quavering harmonica in "Manchester et Liverpool". Marie Laforêt's voice fit perfectly in André Popp's 1960s soundscapes and he created more of them for her than for her contemporaries.
  • アンドレ・ポップ (Andre Popp 1924年2月19日-)はフランスの音楽家である。イージーリスニングや映画音楽を手掛けている。イージーリスニングの第一人者の一人であり、60年代にはポップ・ミュージックも手掛けていた。特に世界的に名を知らしめたのは歌手ヴィッキーと共にユーロビジョン・ソング・コンテストに出場した時の『恋はみずいろ』である。当然日本でも大ヒットをし多くの歌手がカヴァーをした。その後ポール・モーリアのインスト版で再ヒットした。また特に日本でヒットをした『マンチェスターとリヴァプール』(オリコン最高位6位)がある。
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  • André Popp (André Charles Jean Popp) est un compositeur, arrangeur et chef d'orchestre français né le 19 février 1924 à Fontenay-le-Comte (Vendée) et mort le 10 mai 2014 (à 90 ans) à Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine).Ses œuvres les plus connues sont Piccolo, Saxo et Compagnie ou la petite histoire d'un grand orchestre (1956) et l'album Elsa Popping et sa musique sidérante ou Delirium in Hi Fi (1957).
  • アンドレ・ポップ (Andre Popp 1924年2月19日-)はフランスの音楽家である。イージーリスニングや映画音楽を手掛けている。イージーリスニングの第一人者の一人であり、60年代にはポップ・ミュージックも手掛けていた。特に世界的に名を知らしめたのは歌手ヴィッキーと共にユーロビジョン・ソング・コンテストに出場した時の『恋はみずいろ』である。当然日本でも大ヒットをし多くの歌手がカヴァーをした。その後ポール・モーリアのインスト版で再ヒットした。また特に日本でヒットをした『マンチェスターとリヴァプール』(オリコン最高位6位)がある。
  • André Charles Jean Popp (born 19 February 1924) is a French composer, arranger and screenwriter.Born in Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée, he started his career as a church organist, filling the place of his father who had been called up to serve in World War II in 1939. Popp studied music at the Saint Joseph Institute.
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