Jean Yatove, Franck Barcellini, Alain Romans: "Tati Fantaisie"
The Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France performs "Tati fantaisie", arranged by Bruno Fontaine on themes from the films by Jacques Tati (Mon oncle, Les Vacances de M.Hulot, Jour de Fête). Excerpt from the concert recorded live on 11 January from the Radio France Auditorium.
It is impossible in but a few lines to retrace the entire history of French cinematic music. One would need to start with the films by Jacques Tati, silent in dialogue but not sound, full of the belligerent sounds of a continuously slamming door, of improbable sausage-stuffers, of jets of water, or even unusual plastic objects, signs of a modern and scary world.
It is this atmosphere that conveys the "Tati Fantaisie", a symphonic suite imagined by Bruno Fontaine and premiered at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival, inspired by the music of the films Mon oncle, Les Vacances de M. Hulot, Jour de Fête, composed respectively by Franck Barcellini, Jean Yatove and Alain Romans.
- Bruno FontaineConductor
- Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio FranceOrchestra
- Bruno FontaineArranger