1966
Label: CBS - S 62843 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Gatefold • Country: France • Genre: Classical, Brass & Military, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack
The Resistance - Maurice Jarre - Paris Brûle-t-il? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Is Paris Burning (Original Sound Track Recording) album cover Maurice Jarre ‎– Is Paris Burning (Original Sound Track Recording) Genre: Classical, Brass & Military, Stage & Screen Style: Soundtrack Year: Tracklist Overture The Resistance The Heads Of The Resistance The Resistance Of The.

 ·  · Lyricist Maurice Vidalin transformed it into a wonderful song popularized by singer Mireille Mathieu, under the title Paris en colère. For the German identities Jarre composed a march, the Mars Allemand, as well as two motifs, the Menace Motif and von Cholitz’s motif. The Mars Allemand is purposely plodding, grim, strident and oppressive.

 ·  · Quality: FLAC 24 bit / 96 kHz (Tracks) Artist: Maurice Jarre Title: Is Paris Burning? - Paris brûle-t-il? Released: Style: Soundtrack, Easy Listening RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: Maurice Jarre - Overture () Maurice Jarre - The Resistance ().

PARIS BRÛLE-T-IL? Paris en colère – Suite () Maurice Jarre / BBC Orchestra dirigé par Maurice Jarre: LA BATAILLE DU RAIL - Générique Début () Composer & Conductor: Yves Baudrier: LE PÈRE TRANQUILLE - Générique Début () Composer & Conductor: René Cloërec:

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2 Replies to “The Resistance - Maurice Jarre - Paris Brûle-t-il? (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. There are three main themes: the French Resistance (both FFI and the Communists) and the Allied forces (both Free French and American), the Germans, and the city of Paris. Maurice Jarre, the composer, wanted the opening piece to reflect the Paris of his childhood -- the sound of German hobnailed boots on pavement/5(28).

  2. There are three main themes: the French Resistance (both FFI and the Communists) and the Allied forces (both Free French and American), the Germans, and the city of Paris. Maurice Jarre, the composer, wanted the opening piece to reflect the Paris of his childhood -- the sound of German hobnailed boots on pavement/5(27).

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