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Newly remastered edition. A 2-CD set. 8-page CD booklet with French and English liner notes by Nicolas Magenham. In collaboration with EMI Music Publishing France, Music Box Records proudly presents a 2-CD edition of two complete scores which highlight the collaboration between composer Ennio Morricone and French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo: Le Professionnel (The Professional, 1981) and Le Marginal (The Outsider, 1983). Le Professionnel is one of the Maestro's best known scores and themes that attained fame all over the world even though very little of the composer's music actually written for the film survived in the final cut. Instead of using the cues Morricone actually penned, director Georges Lautner and more importantly star Jean-Paul Belmondo decided to use a recording of "Chi Mai" a very famous Morricone composition that has been used and recorded in a number of different projects. The first appearance of this famous melody was in Jerzy Kawalerowicz's Maddalena (1971). As per usual, Morricone recorded longer, album only variations of his two primary motives: "Le vent, le cri" and his so called "Bach" motive whose album version was named "Le retour". The variations made for the film were featured on CDs as well, but due to the random nature of the naming and the random placement of the cues in the film, there's a whole lot of music you never get to hear within the movie. Le Marginal, directed by Jacques Deray, tells the story of Commissioner Jordan (Belmondo) who arrives in Marseille to combat drug trafficking activities in his own unique way. After scuffles with local mafia godfather Mecacci's men, as well as with his own superiors, he is transferred to Paris. Soon at loggerheads with various criminal elements, he turns to a resumption of the pursuit of drug kingpin Sauveur Mecacci (Henry Silva). The composer, in an unusual move, used a rock theme which would resurface in Copkiller that same year of 1983, and in Frantic in 1988. This urban score features numerous variations both similar and far off, from the most melodic (a catchy theme on oboe, which is both simple and elegant) to the harshest (tensed and percussive pieces). Supervised by Claudio Fuiano, this present edition has been fully remastered from complete scoring session elements and recreates the original LP programs for both scores with bonus tracks. The package includes an 8-page booklet featuring liner notes by writer Nicolas Magenham. The release is limited to 1000 units.
Newly remastered edition. A 2-CD set. 8-page CD booklet with French and English liner notes by Nicolas Magenham. In collaboration with EMI Music Publishing France, Music Box Records proudly presents a 2-CD edition of two complete scores which highlight the collaboration between composer Ennio Morricone and French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo: Le Professionnel (The Professional, 1981) and Le Marginal (The Outsider, 1983). Le Professionnel is one of the Maestro's best known scores and themes that attained fame all over the world even though very little of the composer's music actually written for the film survived in the final cut. Instead of using the cues Morricone actually penned, director Georges Lautner and more importantly star Jean-Paul Belmondo decided to use a recording of "Chi Mai" a very famous Morricone composition that has been used and recorded in a number of different projects. The first appearance of this famous melody was in Jerzy Kawalerowicz's Maddalena (1971). As per usual, Morricone recorded longer, album only variations of his two primary motives: "Le vent, le cri" and his so called "Bach" motive whose album version was named "Le retour". The variations made for the film were featured on CDs as well, but due to the random nature of the naming and the random placement of the cues in the film, there's a whole lot of music you never get to hear within the movie. Le Marginal, directed by Jacques Deray, tells the story of Commissioner Jordan (Belmondo) who arrives in Marseille to combat drug trafficking activities in his own unique way. After scuffles with local mafia godfather Mecacci's men, as well as with his own superiors, he is transferred to Paris. Soon at loggerheads with various criminal elements, he turns to a resumption of the pursuit of drug kingpin Sauveur Mecacci (Henry Silva). The composer, in an unusual move, used a rock theme which would resurface in Copkiller that same year of 1983, and in Frantic in 1988. This urban score features numerous variations both similar and far off, from the most melodic (a catchy theme on oboe, which is both simple and elegant) to the harshest (tensed and percussive pieces). Supervised by Claudio Fuiano, this present edition has been fully remastered from complete scoring session elements and recreates the original LP programs for both scores with bonus tracks. The package includes an 8-page booklet featuring liner notes by writer Nicolas Magenham. The release is limited to 1000 units.
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Details

Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/05/2021
UPC: 3770017251104

Le Professionnel / Le Marginal / O.S.T. (Ita)
Artist: Ennio Morricone (Ita)
Format: CD
New: Available $38.99
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DISC: 1

1. Le Vent, Le Cri (Premier Thème) (05:20)
2. Bach (Première Variation) (01:21)
3. Le Vent, Le Cri (Première Variation) (00:26)
4. Décision Finale (01:25)
5. Le Vent, Le Cri (Deuxième Variation) (02:37)
6. Bach (Deuxième Variation) (01:30)
7. D'afrique (Première Version) (02:12)
8. Le Retour (Sur Le Nom de Bach) (05:28)
9. Bach (Troisième Variation) (00:53)
10. Le Vent, Le Cri (Troisième Variation) (02:14)
11. Le Vent, Le Cri (Quatrième Variation) (01:46)
12. Fée Morgane (2 Interludes Pour Harpes) (04:55)
13. Chi Mai (03:27)
14. Le Vent, Le Cri (Générique) (01:48)
15. Le Vent, Le Cri (Cinquième Variation) (01:48)
16. Le Vent, Le Cri (Sixième Variation) (01:16)
17. Le Vent, Le Cri (Septième Variation) (02:26)
18. Le Vent, Le Cri (Changement D'octave) (00:52)
19. D'afrique (Deuxième Variation) (02:09)
20. Le Vent, Le Cri (Neuvième Variation) (02:40)
21. Bach (Quatrième Variation) (01:01)
22. Le Vent, Le Cri (Dixième Variation) (02:26)
23. Bach (Cinquième Variation) (00:43)
24. Le Vent, Le Cri (Onzième Variation) (00:40)
25. Le Vent, Le Cri (Douzième Variation) (01:19)
26. Le Vent, Le Cri (Treizième Variation) (02:43)
27. Le Marginal (06:19)
28. Thème Classique (04:51)
29. Dreamer (04:06) Interprété Par Blizzard
30. H.S.M. (02:33)
31. Le Marginal (Pour Carole) (02:57)
32. Don't Think Twice (04:13) Interprété Par Blizzard
33. Le Marginal (La Droguée Et Le Garçon) (06:22)
34. Hypertension (Première Partie) (02:44)
35. Hypertension (Deuxième Partie) (01:58)
36. Le Marginal (Conclusion) (06:22)
37. Générique Début (Première Version) (02:07)
38. H.S.M. (Thème de Mecacci) (02:41)
39. Une Charmante Rencontre (01:05)
40. Enquête Sur la Drogue (01:58)
41. Le Squat Des Antillais (02:15)
42. Générique Début (Deuxième Version) (01:51)
43. Pour Carole (Deuxième Version) (02:39)
44. A la Gare de L'est (01:12)
45. Pour Carole (Troisième Version) (00:54)
46. Règlement de Comptes (01:56)
47. Extrême Tension (00:49)
48. Pour Carole (Quatrième Version) (01:03)
49. Forecast (04:16) Interprété Par Blizzard
50. Générique de Fin (02:29)
51. Le Marginal (Version Alternative) (03:56)

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Newly remastered edition. A 2-CD set. 8-page CD booklet with French and English liner notes by Nicolas Magenham. In collaboration with EMI Music Publishing France, Music Box Records proudly presents a 2-CD edition of two complete scores which highlight the collaboration between composer Ennio Morricone and French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo: Le Professionnel (The Professional, 1981) and Le Marginal (The Outsider, 1983). Le Professionnel is one of the Maestro's best known scores and themes that attained fame all over the world even though very little of the composer's music actually written for the film survived in the final cut. Instead of using the cues Morricone actually penned, director Georges Lautner and more importantly star Jean-Paul Belmondo decided to use a recording of "Chi Mai" a very famous Morricone composition that has been used and recorded in a number of different projects. The first appearance of this famous melody was in Jerzy Kawalerowicz's Maddalena (1971). As per usual, Morricone recorded longer, album only variations of his two primary motives: "Le vent, le cri" and his so called "Bach" motive whose album version was named "Le retour". The variations made for the film were featured on CDs as well, but due to the random nature of the naming and the random placement of the cues in the film, there's a whole lot of music you never get to hear within the movie. Le Marginal, directed by Jacques Deray, tells the story of Commissioner Jordan (Belmondo) who arrives in Marseille to combat drug trafficking activities in his own unique way. After scuffles with local mafia godfather Mecacci's men, as well as with his own superiors, he is transferred to Paris. Soon at loggerheads with various criminal elements, he turns to a resumption of the pursuit of drug kingpin Sauveur Mecacci (Henry Silva). The composer, in an unusual move, used a rock theme which would resurface in Copkiller that same year of 1983, and in Frantic in 1988. This urban score features numerous variations both similar and far off, from the most melodic (a catchy theme on oboe, which is both simple and elegant) to the harshest (tensed and percussive pieces). Supervised by Claudio Fuiano, this present edition has been fully remastered from complete scoring session elements and recreates the original LP programs for both scores with bonus tracks. The package includes an 8-page booklet featuring liner notes by writer Nicolas Magenham. The release is limited to 1000 units.
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