Les Retrouvailles Import, Soundtrack
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If you like the old drawer chest of your grandma and bouquet of wild flowers on top of it, if you like to sit in old grandpas chair on lazy and calm summer evening - is for you.
Les Retrouvailles is a passionate album. Happily and sadly romantic with a wonderful touch of mystery and mystique. In total, there are sixteen tracks of pure mental delight decorated with piano, accordion, harpsichord, violin, mandolin, bass, guitar, banjo, melodica, toy piano, typewriter, vibraphone and various rhythm instruments.
If you liked his soundtrack of the move Amelie, you are going to love this one, it is a little more contemporary and more diverse. Its great.
The first couple of songs almost sounded the same & I thought of a few movie theme soundtracks that never move beyond the main theme, but then the music moved on to a near French affair. A fantastic CD that give repeated listening.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The CD has 3 nice songs, all the rest are average for my taste preferences. This CD is not as good as Amelie's soundtrack.Published on October 15, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I purchased this and several other Yann Tiersen titles after buying the Amelie soundtrack. I've enjoyed this one the most. It's very rich and enjoyable. Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by JP Allan
So I finally got this album for Christmas! It's a great expansion to my Yann library. As of right now track 4 ("La Veillee") and track 14 ("7:PM") are my favorites. Read morePublished on December 30, 2007 by Amazon_Customer
This one grows on you. I really enjoy it. The music puts you into a mood that is quite pleasant.Published on August 15, 2007 by Dave Weeks
The moment I discovered Yann Tiersen to be the composer of the Amelie soundtrack I rushed out and bought more of his albums. He is amazing and talented to say the least. Read morePublished on May 5, 2007 by Art Vandelay