Complete your Georges Delerue collection.
Theme - Chinese Adventures. B2. Pursuit Of The Balloon. B3. Arrival In Hong Kong. Chinese Adventures in China (LP, Album, Mono). United Artists Records.
Georges Delerue (12 March 1925 – 20 March 1992) was a French composer who composed over 350 scores for cinema and television. Delerue won numerous important film music awards, including an Academy Award for A Little Romance (1980), three César Awards (1979, 1980, 1981), two ASCAP Awards (1988, 1990), and one Gemini Award for Sword of Gideon (1987)
Emarcy, Universal, Universal Distribution. Les Tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine (Chinese Adventures in China), film score.
Tribulations D'un Chinois En Chine, Film Score~marche Dans La Montag (Chinese Adventures In China).
Chinese Adventures in China (French: Les Tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine) is a 1965 French adventure comedy film starring Jean Paul Belmondo and Ursula Andress. It was directed by Philippe de Broca and written by Daniel Boulanger, loosely based on the 1879 novel Tribulations of a Chinaman in China by Jules Verne. Box office information for film at Box Office Story. Chinese Adventures in China on IMDb. Chinese Adventures in China at AllMovie. Up to His Ears at Le Film Guide. It was directed by Philippe de Broca and written by Daniel Boulanger, loosely based on the 1879 novel Tribulations of a Chinaman in China by Jules Verne
Aside from his breathtaking musicianship, Capuçon’s program is fascinating: It’s wonderful simply to hear the music of John Barry, Nino Rota, Georges Delerue, and Maurice Jarre on one album-and all of it played with such tenderness and sheer brilliance. Cinema Stéphane Denève. Cinema’s greatest films are regularly elevated by their scores, the best of which have a place among music’s masterpieces. French violinist Renaud Capuçon’s stunning playing imbues 19 unforgettable movie themes with freshness and intense passion. John Williams’ theme from Schindler’s List has rarely sounded so profoundly moving, while Capuçon soars in a dazzling orchestration of Yann Tiersen’s Suite from Amélie.