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Princesse Alexandra

Princesse Alexandra

Limited Edition of 300 Units
Music Box Records (MBR-112)

Release Date: March 7, 2017

Format: CD

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1. Princesse Alexandra (Générique Début) 2:56
2. La Chasse 3:49
3. L'Attente 1:02
4. Le Couvent 2:52
5. Les Voleurs 2:26
6. Le Prix de la Liberté 2:09
7. L'Alliance 2:59
8. Stephan 1:36
9. L'Exil 2:44
10. Le Destin d'Alexandra 2:13
11. Madame Mabilleau 1:05
12. Les Brodeuses 4:56
13. La Colère de Frédéric 2:14
14. Fabio et Alexandra 1:54
15. Franz 0:57
16. Fabio et Gisèle 1:33
17. L'Invitation 1:34
18. Le Défilé de Mode 4:28
19. Dîner Chez le Marquis 2:02
20. Le Secret de Jeanne Barbier 2:28
21. La Déclaration en Mariage 2:20
22. Le Bal Masqué 2:34
23. Le Marché 3:39
24. La Liste des Tués 2:16
25. Une Nuit avec Fabio 2:42
26. Le Cur en Fuite 1:28
27. Face à Face 3:03
28. Les Adieux 1:54
29. Le Retour 1:12
30. L'Affrontement 2:00
31. Une Femme Libre 1:00
32. Princesse Alexandra (Générique Fin) 1:55
  Total Album Time: 74:00

From the Manufacturer

In collaboration with Universal Publishing Production Music, Music Box Records presents the world premiere release of composer Serge Franklin's original television score to the 1992 drama Princesse Alexandra, directed by Denis Amar.

Serge Franklin composed an epic and majestic symphonic score for choir and orchestra, in the continuity of his previous work on A Tale of Two Cities (1989) and L'Enfant des loups (1990). The whole score is dominated by a theme full of aristocratic restraint that shrouds the character of Alexandra in an ample veil of notes. The film's numerous twists and turns, such as the chase and duel scenes, allowed the composer to write more lively pieces. The FYSIO Symphony Orchestra and Kuhn's Choir have been recorded and conducted by Mario Klemens in Prague.

The soundtrack debut of Princesse Alexandra has been fully mastered from the recording session tapes. The 8-page booklet features an essay by Sylvain Pfeffer discussing the film and the score based on an original interview with the composer.

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