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Raymond Alessandrini's Musiques Pour L’Écran
5-Feb-2011 - Disques CinéMusique presents a first compilation, Musiques Pour L'Écran, devoted to Raymond Alessandrini, an early collaborator of Georges Delerue who in his turn wrote for the screen for 20 years. He notably composed the music for many movies by Jean-Charles Tacchella, including Travelling Avant, L'Homme De Ma Vie and Les Gens Qui S'aiment, one of his last assignments in 1999. In addition to being a first class arranger, Alessandrini shares with Delerue a strong sense of melody that lends itself to numerous variations. His vast experience allowed him to tackle a wide variety of genres, from the satirical comedy Deux Heures Moins Le Quart Avant Jésus-Christ by Jean Yanne to the epic dramas with TV series like Les Colonnes Du Ciel, Fabien De La Drôme and Félicien Grevèche, to classics of the silent area such as L’Hirondelle Et La Mésange. The majority of the recordings by Raymond Alessandrini assembled here appear for the first time on disc and their sound quality reaches the highest standard.
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