Angèle Dubeau (Violin)
Horner, James (1953 – ) Legends of the Fall (1994) 1. The Ludlows Silvestri, Alan Forrest Gump (1994) 2. Feather Theme Barry, John (1932 – 2011) Out of Africa (1985) 3. I Had a Farm – Main Theme Legrand, Michel (1932 – ) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) 4. Windmills of your Mind – La valse des lilas Jarre, Maurice (d’après/after North & Zaret) Ghost (1990) 5. Unchained Melody – Orchestral Patrick Doyle / Alexandre Desplat / John Williams, Harry Potter (2001 -2011) 6. Suite Harry Potter Newton Howard, James The Village (2004) 7. Noah’s Visit – The Gravel Road – The Vote Einaudi, Ludovico Sotto falso nome (2004) 8. Sotto falso nome Dompierre, François (1943 – ) Mon amie Max (1994) 9. Mon amie Max Nyman, Michael The Piano (1993) 10. The Promise Tiersen, Yann Amélie (2001) 11. La Valse d’Amélie Glass, Philip (1937 – ) The Screens (1961) 12. The French Lieutenant Dreams Rachmaninov, Sergueï (1873 – 1943) Somewhere in Time (1980) 13. Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (variation 18) Williams, John (1932 – ) 14. Across the Stars Umebayashi, Shigeru In the Mood for Love (2000) 15. Yumeji’s Theme
Oldfield, Mike The Exorcist (1973) 1. Tubular Bells Fred Wise, Milton Leeds, S. K. Russell, Nicholas Roubanis, Pulp Fiction (1994) 2. Misirlou Klaus Badelt, Geoffrey Paul Zanelli, Hans Zimmer, 3. He’s a Pirate Djawadi, Ramin Game of Thrones (2011 – ) 4. Winterfell – Main Theme James, Trevor The Last of the Mohicans (1992) 5. The Kiss Nyman, Michael Six Days, Six Nights (1994) 6. A la Folie Rota, Nino (1911 – 1979) La Dolce Vita de La Pietà 7. Prova d’orchestra-La Dolce Vita-L’illusionista – 8 ½ Jackson, Michael Moonwalker (1988) 8. Smooth Criminal Coldplay, Life of Pi (2012) 9. Paradise Faltermeyer, Harold Beverly Hills Cop (1984) 10. Axel F – Main Theme Lunn, John (Arr. Douglas E. Wagner) Downton Abbey (2010 – 2015) 11. Downton Abbey – Main Theme Bock, Jerry Fiddler on the Roof (1971) 12. If I Were a Rich Man
SILENCE ON JOUE – PRISE 2 / TAKE 2
For as long as I can remember, music has been part of my life. Through music, I have expressed myself and travelled the world; it nourishes me every day. 2017 marks both the 40th year of my musical career and the 20th anniversary of La Pietà. This recording is also my 40th. With so many round and festive numbers, and after so many musical encounters with you, I owed this recording to you.
I therefore thought I would listen to the many requests I get to record another album of film music – and in fact go one better and do a double album. There is so much incredible material to choose from, but I found myself drawn to music that is at once beautiful, powerful, and evocative, even when removed from its original context. Some of these melodies are rather sweet; others are more salty. Together, they cover an entire range of emotions.
I personally researched this repertoire and selected a variety of fi lm score excerpts with the notion of taking a fresh look at the original versions and adding a new dimension with my violin and the wonderful musicians of La Pietà. I also worked closely with arrangers and composers of this new recording. They have my gratitude and admiration.
I also wish to thank the team at Analekta for their trust over the years, their support, and their world-class expertise. But my raison d’être as a musician is my audience, and it is to you that I dedicate this 40th – though I guess since it’s a double, 41st – album.
Thank you for listening all these years!
Angèle Dubeau, O.C., C.Q., DFA