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Coraline (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Bruno Coulais

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Composed by Frenchman Bruno Coulais, the soundtrack to Coraline is a unique and atmospheric accompaniment to the Oscar-nominated stop-motion animation based on Neil Gaiman's novel. Featuring 32 pieces of classical music and brief vocal contributions from actress Teri Hatcher ("Dreaming," "Mechanical Lullaby"), it also includes the Children's Choir of Nice, the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, and musicians Hélène Breschand and Christophe Grindel, alongside a new 28-second track by U.S. alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants ("Other Father Song"). ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: 13 January 1954 in Paris, France

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in 1954, Bruno Coulais is a French born film and television soundtrack composer whose first full-length work appeared in 1986 — the score for the Sebastien Grall film La Femme Secrete. He kept to the television end of film scoring and composition for the next few years, and in 1996 he was to earn his first big marks for his work on the documentary Microcosmos, which won him the 1997 Cesar Award. With this success in tow, Coulais went on to the big screen, and some of the most popular French...
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