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Yann Tiersen is best known for the music he contributed to the Amélie soundtrack in 2001. A number of tracks from his early albums were picked to accompany the film, and the man from Brittany saw his profile greatly expand. He’s continued to issue albums and provided a live score to the Fantomas series, which he curated at the Theatre de Chatelet. Infinity was conceived in Iceland, where Tiersen began work on the album. For authenticity’s sake, he worked with native speakers when crafting tracks sung and spoken in his native Breton (“Ar Maen Bihan”), Faroese (“Gronjord”), and Icelandic (“Steinm”). The album, like much of his work, combines the atmospherics of incidental music with an occasional nod toward the progressive narrative of conventional songwriting. “In Our Minds” builds to an orchestral climax worthy of side one of Pink Floyd’s Atom Heart Mother. Arab Strap’s Aidan Moffat collaborates on “Meteorites,” the album’s intense finale. 

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This album is very relaxing


Very relaxing,beautiful,perfect.




Born: June 23, 1970 in Brest, Brittany, France

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With his whimsical, melancholy music, Yann Tiersen has become a sought-after composer, not only for his soundtrack work, but in his own right. Borrowing from French folk music, chanson, musette waltz, and street music, as well as rock, avant-garde, and classical and minimalist influences, Tiersen's deceptively simple style has been likened to Chopin, Erik Satie, Philip Glass, and Michael Nyman. The Paris-based composer became popular outside his native country for his score to Jean-Pierre Jeunet's...
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