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Alexandre Tharaud | piano

Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine
Pierre Dumoussaud | direction
Philippe Berthomé | lights

Proustian madeleine film moments with pianist Alexandre Tharaud.

Alexandre Tharaud
Alexandre Tharaud © Jean-Baptiste Millot

Programme

THE FILMS OF MY LIFE
L’As des as (Vladimir Cosma) Final (arr. V. Cosma)
Jeux interdits (anonyme, arr. A.Tharaud/D.Soudoplatoff)
Le Roi et l’oiseau (Wojciech Kilar) Generic
Borsalino (Claude Bolling) 
Diva (Vladimir Cosma)  piano solo
L’Amant (Gabriel Yared) The lovers
L’Affaire Thomas Crown (Michel Legrand) The Widmills (arr. D. Soudoplatoff)
La liste de Schindler (John Williams)  piano solo
La Banquière (Ennio Morricone) Dedicace duo with violonist
Les Choses de la vie (Philippe Sarde, arr. D. Soudoplatoff)
Le Mépris (Georges Delerue, arr. A. Tharaud)
La la land (Justin Hurwitz)  piano solo
Un Homme qui me plaît (Francis Lai, arr. D. Soudoplatoff)
Un Eléphant, ça trompe énormément (Vladimir Cosma) Hello Marilyn (arr. V. Cosma)
Le Grisby (Jean Wiener/Michel Legrand) piano solo
Lettres d’amour en Somalie
(Jean Wiener) piano solo
Michel Legrand Medley: Les Parapluies de Cherbourg, Yentl, Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, Un été 42, His eyes her eyes (arr. D. Soudoplatoff)
Le Grand blond (Vladimir Cosma, arr. V. Cosma)
Subject to change

To read

With Alexandre Tharaud, we have come to “expect the unexpected” in recent seasons. After dazzling in major classics by Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven, paying tribute to Barbara, getting back to basics with Bartabas and his horses, flying the flag for subtle colours of French art song with Sabine Devieilhe, and then finally sharing the stage at the end of the season with Benjamin Millepied, he is now presenting his favourite films. Perhaps his collaboration with Michael Haneke on the poignant film Amour provided the inspiration for this new programme celebrating film scores. Entitled “My Life in films”, this programme is a “Who’s Who” of composers who have played a part in making these films so magnificent and whose works are now classics in their own right.

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