Lust, Caution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Lust, Caution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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by Alexandre Desplat
     
 

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French composer Alexandre Desplat, who took on an assignment to score a period Asian drama with The Painted Veil, returns to the same sort of milieu for director Ang Lee's Lust, Caution, set in Shanghai in the 1940s. Desplat has no interest in evoking traditional Chinese music; rather, his is a thoroughly European approach. He employs almost all strings

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French composer Alexandre Desplat, who took on an assignment to score a period Asian drama with The Painted Veil, returns to the same sort of milieu for director Ang Lee's Lust, Caution, set in Shanghai in the 1940s. Desplat has no interest in evoking traditional Chinese music; rather, his is a thoroughly European approach. He employs almost all strings and lots of them, adding only the occasional piano, his own flute, and "programming." This is slow, contemplative music with strong melodies, all contributing to a dark, romantic tone. Alain Planes' performance of Brahms' "Intermezzo in A-Major, Opus 118, No. 2" fits right in, and, surprisingly, Lee himself takes to the piano on "Nanjing Road." This is a restrained, low-key score for a film of mystery and naunced feeling.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/25/2007
Label:
Decca
UPC:
0602517463714
catalogNumber:
000991002

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Performance Credits

Alexandre Desplat   Primary Artist,Flute,Conductor
Christophe Briquet   Viola
Karen Brunon   Violin
Phillippe Noharet   Bass Guitar
Celine Planes   Violin
Jacky Cheung   Vocals
Jean-Philippe Audin   Cello
Ang Lee   Piano
Françoise Demaubus   Harp
Vincent Pasquier   Double Bass
Vincent Segal   Electric Cello
Philippe Nadal   Cello
Jean Paul   Viola
Agnès Toussaint   Viola
Elisabeth Pallas   Violin
Laurent Philipp   Violin
Cyril Ghestem   Violin
Eric Lacrouts   Violin
Mathilde Pasquier   Violin
Anne Gravolin   Violin
Anne Villette   Violin
David Braccini   Violin
Anne Trémoulet   Violin
Christophe Morin   Cello
Christophe Gaugué   Viola
Dominique Lemonnier   Violin,Concert Master
Estelle Villotte   Viola
Jean Charles Monciero   Viola
Benjamin Berlioz   Double Bass
Dorianne Gable   Violin
Igor Boranian   Double Bass
Hélène Silici   Cello
Odile Abrel   Harp
Emmanuel Andre   Violin
Philippe Balet   Violin
Cyril Baleton   Violin
Minali Bella   Viola
Lise Berthaud   Viola
Nicolas Carles   Viola
Joelle Cousin   Violin
Christophe Dinaut   Double Bass
Renaud Guieu   Cello
Thierry Koehl   Violin
Stanislas Kuchinski   Double Bass
Jean Philippe Kuzma   Violin
Nathalie Lamoureux   Violin
Clara Lecarm   Violin
Frédéric Lubiatto   Cello
Jin Hi Paik   Violin
Julia Petitjean   Double Bass
Alain Planès   Piano
Miwa Rosso   Cello
Aurélien Sabouret   Cello
Antoine Sobezak   Double Bass
Elise Thibaut   Violin
Nathalie Vandebeulque   Viola
Caroline Vernay   Violin
Anne Elsa Tremoulet   Violin
Jean-Philipp Audin   Cello
Virginie Buscail   Violin
Jin-Hi Paik   Violin
Françoise de Maubus   Harp
Anne-Elsa Tremoulet   Violin
Jean-Charles Monciero   Viola
Anne Gravoin   Violin
Doriane Gable   Violin
Ayako Tanaka   Violin
Anne Villette   Violin
Raphael Perraud   Cello

Technical Credits

Johannes Brahms   Composer
Jacky Cheung   Producer
Ang Lee   Executive Producer
Andrew Dudman   Engineering
Christine Bergren   Legal Advisor
Sheryl Gold   Music Business Affairs
Alexandre Desplat   Composer,Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Jennifer Towle   Engineer
James Schamus   Lyricist,Executive Producer
Xavier Forcioli   Composer's Assistant
Traffic Quintet   String Ensemble
Jean-Pascal Beintus   Orchestration

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Lust, Caution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KikiWentworth More than 1 year ago
I first heard music from this Soundtrack on WABE-Atlanta. It captured my soul and literally had me waiting in my car until the last note played. I dreamed of the music that night and it moved me enough to write the station to find out what the music was. Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 is the last song of memory that has made me stop like this music.