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Jérôme Lemonnier's Demain Dès L'Aube
29-Aug-2009 - Colosseum Records has released the score for Demain Dès L'Aube. The film starts involvingly with a cluster of men in late 18th century military attire preparing for a swordfight in a misty field. The effort expended by the two adversaries, punctuated by the clang of metal, is thrilling.  One opponent draws blood.Cut to a contemporary setting in which concert pianist and composer Mathieu is giving a piano lesson in the tasteful salon of the apartment he shares with his wife and young son. After the lesson, he drives to the suburban Paris house where his seriously ailing mother lives with Mathieu’s younger brother Paul. Jérôme Lemonnier about his composition: “There are in Demain dès l’aube (Tomorrow at Dawn) several opposing forces complementing each other: passion and boredom, infancy and adulthood, the real world and the virtual world…The result of these forces is a sort of wandering, an uncertainty, which makes Mathieu an enigmatic and irresolute character. These are the feelings, their evolution and their outcome that I primarily wanted to emphasise using music.”  
The score is available from Amazon France, Amazon Germany and Colosseum Records.

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