Triplets of Belleville

The Triplets of Belleville

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/27/2004
Label:
Higher Octave
UPC:
0724359681122
catalogNumber:
96811

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Marin Nasturica   Accordion
Thomas Dutronc   Guitar
-M- (Mathieu Chedid)   Bass,Guitar
Benoît Charest   Guitar
Béatrice Bonifassi   Background Vocals
Jean Claude Donda   Spoken Word
Chet Doxas   Tenor Saxophone
Mathiew Herkowitz   Piano

Technical Credits

Johann Sebastian Bach   Composer
Angelo Finaldi   Composer
-M- (Mathieu Chedid)   Composer,Producer,Adaptation
Benoît Charest   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer,Orchestration
Olivier Lude   Engineer
Pierre Boscheron   Programming,Producer
Bruno Beauregard   Engineer
François Chauvette   Engineer
Sylvain Chomet   Composer,Images,Cover Image
Mathiew Herkowitz   Composer
Maxime Morin   Engineer
Sandy Silver   Contributor,Hands

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The Triplets of Belleville 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this soundtrack is a blast. . . i listen to it all the time it's really cool. the music is fun and sooooo neat. you would like it, no i mean love it, like you will want to walk down the isle with this album and say i do, that's how cool this album is.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After seeing this movie, I thought had to purchase the CD to get the music out of my head. Instead of eradicating it, the beautiful score is mine to enjoy at any time now. If you like music (if not, why are you in the music section of Barnes & Noble?) then you will love this album. It has jazz, blues, dance, and dining music, even what sounds like a song performed by Elvis...had he been French. The only people who will not find this upbeat and entertaining are those whose taste does not escape hate music and gangsta rap.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was great iloved it it is good for all ages you should go see it
Guest More than 1 year ago
An offbeat soundtrack from an offbeat film, "Triplets of Belleville" is a gem of a CD that pays tribute to the myriad of musical styles from which it draws. Swing, rock 'n' roll, percussion and other genres all contribute to a listening experience that, quite simply, is pure fun. Whether the soundtrack achieves this independent of the film, I don't know; but everyone should check the movie out *anyway* as it is an amazing piece of cinema.