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Georges Delerue: Music from the Films of Francois Truffaut

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Honky Tonk Delight

Shoot the Piano Player: Charlie --simply what you should purchase. The rest of the songs have lost their charm in translation.

What could be better?

A trip to France--at least the France of memory, the France of Truffaut, a France that is better than France--without the airfare. Delerue was to Truffaut as Nino Rota was to Fellini: hard to imagine one without the other. This CD is a pleasure-and-happiness machine.


Born: October 21, 1953 in Paris, France

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Hugh Wolff is the best-known American chamber music conductor, and has established an important career with full-sized orchestras. He was born in Paris to American parents. He studied at Harvard University and the Peabody Conservatory in the United States. His piano instructors were Leon Fleisher and Leonard Shure; he also studied composition with George Crumb and Leon Kirchner. He continued musical training at the Paris Conservatoire, studying conducting with Charles Bruck and composition with...
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