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Travelling avant / Escalier C

Travelling avant / Escalier C

Limited Edition
Music Box Records (MBR-085)

Release Date: February 8, 2016

Conducted by Raymond Alessandrini

Format: CD

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1. TRAVELLING AVANT: Générique début 1:46
2. Donald et Barbara 2:46
3. Le cinéma 3:16
4. Sous le métro aérien 1:55
5. Le plus long baiser de l'histoire du cinéma 0:59
6. Le ciné-club 1:10
7. L'Armée du salut 1:41
8. Chez l'oncle Roger 1:03
9. À Pantin 1:34
10. Au bord de l'eau 2:28
11. Souvenirs de l'Atalante 1:08
12. La solitude de Nino 1:31
13. Les premiers spectateurs 0:57
14. Nino et Janine 1:42
15. À l'hôpital 1:20
16. Les studios Éclair 1:39
17. Nino et Barbara 1:15
18. Dispute de Donald et de Barbara 2:47
19. En sortant du cinéma 1:41
20. Générique de fin 3:22
21. ESCALIER C: Générique début 1:29
22. L'expo 3:49
23. L'appartement de Madame Bernhardt 1:47
24. L'escalier 0:44
25. Les peintures de Conrad 1:38
26. Forster, Claude et Béatrice 1:39
27. La petite fille à l'arrosoir 1:08
28. Générique de fin 3:41
29. Escalier C (Bande-annonce) 0:28
  Total Album Time: 52:23

From the Manufacturer

Music Box Records is pleased to present on CD the collaboration between composer Raymond Alessandrini and director/screenwriter Jean-Charles Tacchella: Travelling avant.

The film is a semi-autobiographical hymn to Tacchella's youth as a cinema fanatic and ciné-club enthusiast in Paris after World War II. This movie, a tribute to cinema in the 30's and 40's, allowed Alessandrini to write a nostalgic score where one can sometimes detect the influence of his two mentors, Maurice Jaubert and Georges Delerue.

The album has been transferred and remastered from the original master tapes. Music Box Records presents the slightly expanded Travelling avant score with two extra musical tracks specially recorded for this album and the previously unreleased Escalier C score. The limited edition features exclusive liner notes by writer Sylvain Pfeffer and new comments by Raymond Alessandrini on his collaboration with director Jean-Charles Tacchella.

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