Miscellaneous, Soundtracks, and World Music album by Yann Tiersen
This sunny comic fable from idiosyncratic director Jean-Pierre Jeunet (City of Lost Children,Alien Resurrection,Delicatessen) boasts any number of intimate charms, not the least of which is Yann Tiersen's warmly inviting score. Composer and multi-instrumentalist … see full wiki
I know nothing of the language of music to faithfully describe the pieces on this soundtrack. I do, however,love soundtracks and this one faithfully transcribes the happy champaigne-bubbly feeling of the movie and its actress, Tatou,into the poetry of sound. Each track blends well with the next offering the listener an entire CD of Parisian quarkiness and playful pleasure. Amelie's waltz makes me want to stand up and whirl while the rest urges me to take up accordian playing and wind out these musical dreams like a happy organ grinder on a street corner. If you want to recapture the happy charming feel of the movie, do, by all means, by the soundtrack, a bottle of good French wine and a crusty loaf---ENJOY!
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