Grégoire Hetzel - Roubaix, une lumière (Bande originale du film) (2019)
FLAC tracks | 1:04:33 | 301 Mb
Genre: Soundtrack / Label: Why Not Productions
Paris-born Grégoire Hetzel is a César Awards nominated music composer who emerged onto the film scene in the early 2000s scoring movies by acclaimed French directors Arnaud Desplechin (« Kings and Queen », « A Christmas Tale »), Mathieu Amalric (« The Wimbledon Stadium ») and Emmanuel Bourdieu (« Intrusions », « Poison Friends »). A former student of Paris Conservatory, Hetzel started his performing career whilst performing on the piano to silent films at the French Cinémathèque. Having been called a soulchild of Georges Delerue, Hetzel is versatile and able to shift from pop music scores to electronic soundscapes, writing big symphonic scores as well as folk tunes – which he did for the Australian movie « The Tree ». Hetzel also scored movies from Emmanuel Mouret and Mathieu Demy among others. In 2006, he produced and arranged French singer Marie Modiano's first album, « I'm Not A Rose ». In 2013, he wrote the opera « La Chute de Fukuyama », along with French writer Camille de Toledo. The piece was premiered in Paris at Salle Pleyel with the Radio France philharmonic orchestra and received great reviews. Grégoire Hetzel also wrote a novel, « Le Vert Paradis », published by Gallimard in 2003.