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Jarre's film music
Maurice-Alexis Jarre, French composer (born Sept. 13, 1924, Lyon, France—died March 29, 2009, Malibu, Calif.), wrote the music sound tracks for more than 150 motion pictures, of which 3—Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965), and A Passage to India (1984)—earned him the Academy Award for best original score and another 5—Les Dimanches de Ville d’Avray (1962; Sundays and Cybele), The Message (1976), Witness (1985), Gorillas in the Mist (1988), and Ghost (1990)—received nominations for the score. For many people, however, his best-known work was the balalaika-infused song “Lara’s Theme,” which was drawn from the Doctor Zhivago score. Jarre studied engineering at the Sorbonne before transferring to the Paris Conservatory, and he served as music director for the Théâtre National Populaire for more than a decade. His first movie sound track was for the short documentary Hôtel des Invalides (1952), and he was soon in demand by filmmakers on both sides of the Atlantic.
Although Jarre was especially known for his lush melodies, he was sensitive to the needs of the script and often incorporated exotic motifs, ethnic instruments, and electronic effects to enhance the drama onscreen. His varied film scores include The Longest Day (1962), Paris brûle-t-il? (1966; Is Paris Burning?), Ryan’s Daughter (1970), The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972, including the Oscar-nominated song “Marmalade, Molasses & Honey”), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), Die Blechtrommel (1979; The Tin Drum), The Year of Living Dangerously (1982), Dead Poet’s Society (1989), and A Walk in the Clouds (1995). He also composed symphonic music and scores for such television films as Uprising (2001). Jarre was an officer of the Legion of Honour, and in February 2009 he was awarded the Berlin Film Festival’s Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement.
1962 The Longest Day
1962 Lawrence of Arabia
1965 Doctor Zhivago
1966 Is Paris Burning? Paris brûle-t-il?
1967 The Night of the Generals
1969 The Damned
1970 Ryan’s Daughter
1972 The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
1975 The Man Who Would Be King
1977 Jesus of Nazareth
1979 The Tin Drum
1984 A Passage to India
1985 Enemy Mine
1987 Fatal Attraction
1987 No Way Out
1989 Dead Poet’s Society
1990 Jacob's Ladder
1995 A Walk in the Clouds
Maurice Jarre - The Best of Maurice
The Longest Day
The Longest Day is a 1962 epic war film based on Cornelius Ryan's 1959 book The Longest Day (1959), about the D-Day landings at Normandy on June 6, 1944, during World War II. The film was produced by Darryl F. Zanuck, who paid author Ryan $175,000 for the film rights. The screenplay was by Ryan, with additional material written by Romain Gary, James Jones, David Pursall, and Jack Seddon. It was directed by Ken Annakin (British and French exteriors), Andrew Marton (American exteriors), and Bernhard Wicki (German scenes).
The Longest Day, which was made in black and white, features a large ensemble cast including John Wayne, Kenneth More, Richard Todd, Robert Mitchum, Richard Burton, Steve Forrest, Sean Connery, Henry Fonda, Red Buttons, Peter Lawford, Eddie Albert, Jeffrey Hunter, Stuart Whitman, Tom Tryon, Rod Steiger, Leo Genn, Gert Fröbe, Irina Demick, Bourvil, Curt Jürgens, George Segal, Robert Wagner, Paul Anka, and Arletty. Many of these actors played roles that were essentially cameo appearances. In addition, several cast members—including Fonda, Genn, More, Steiger, and Todd—had seen action as servicemen during the war; Todd was among the first British officers to land in Normandy in Operation Overlord, and he participated in the assault on Pegasus Bridge.
The film employed several Axis and Allied military consultants who had been actual participants on D-Day. Many had their roles reenacted in the film. These included Günther Blumentritt (a former German general), James M. Gavin (an American general), Frederick Morgan (Deputy Chief of Staff at SHAEF), John Howard (who led the airborne assault on the Pegasus Bridge), Lord Lovat (who commanded the 1st Special Service Brigade), Philippe Kieffer (who led his men in the assault on Ouistreham), Marie-Pierre Kœnig (who commanded the Free French Forces in the invasion), Max Pemsel (a German general), Werner Pluskat (the major who was the first German officer to see the invasion fleet), Josef "Pips" Priller (the hot-headed pilot), and Lucie Rommel (widow of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel).
The film won two Academy Awards and was nominated for three others. A colorized version of this film was released on VHS in 1994, the 50th anniversary of the invasion.
Maurice Jjarre - 1962 - the longest day
The Longest Day (1962)
Lawrence of Arabia
Lawrence of Arabia is a 1962 epic historical drama film based on the life of T. E. Lawrence. It was directed by David Lean and produced by Sam Spiegel through his British company Horizon Pictures, with the screenplay by Robert Bolt and Michael Wilson. Starring Peter O'Toole in the title role, the film depicts Lawrence's experiences in the Arabian Peninsula during World War I, in particular his attacks on Aqaba and Damascus and his involvement in the Arab National Council. Its themes include Lawrence's emotional struggles with the personal violence inherent in war, his own identity, and his divided allegiance between his native Britain and its army, and his new-found comrades within the Arabian desert tribes. As well as O'Toole, the film stars Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, Anthony Quinn, Omar Sharif, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains and Arthur Kennedy.
Lawrence of Arabia was nominated for ten Oscars at the 35th Academy Awards in 1963; it won seven in total, including Best Picture and Best Director. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama and the BAFTA Awards for Best Film and Outstanding British Film. In the years since, it has been recognised one of the greatest and most influential films in the history of cinema. The dramatic score by Maurice Jarre and the Super Panavision 70 cinematography by Freddie Young are also highly acclaimed. In 1991, Lawrence of Arabia was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and selected for preservation in the US Library of Congress National Film Registry. In 1998, the American Film Institute placed it 5th on their 100 Years...100 Movies list, and 7th on their 2007 updated list. In 1999, the British Film Institute named the film the third-greatest British film of all time.
Lawrence of Arabia - Full Soundtrack
1. Overture 0:00
2. Main Titles 4:24
3. First Entrance to the Desert/Night and Stars/Lawrence and Tafas 6:41
4. Miracle 16:20
5. That Is the Desert 18:50
6. Nefud Mirage/The Sun's Anvil 21:42
7. The Rescue of Gasim/Bringing Gasim Into Camp
8. Arrival at Auda's Camp 27:09
9. On to Akaba/The Beach at Night 31:18
10. Sinai Desert 33:31
11. The Voice of the Guns 39:25
12. Horse Stampede/Ali Rescues Lawrence/Lawrence and His Bodyguard 41:26
13. The End/Playoff Music
Lawrence Of Arabia - Official® Trailer
Doctor Zhivago is a 1965 British-Italian epic romantic drama film directed by David Lean. It is set in Russia between the years prior to World War I and the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922, and is based on the 1957 Boris Pasternak novel of the same name. While immensely popular in the West, the book was banned in the Soviet Union for decades. For this reason, the film could not be made in the Soviet Union and was instead filmed mostly in Spain.
The film stars Omar Sharif in the title role as Yuri Zhivago, a married physician whose life is irreversibly altered by the Russian Revolution and subsequent Civil War, and Julie Christie as his married love interest Lara Antipova. The supporting cast includes Geraldine Chaplin, Rod Steiger, Alec Guinness, Tom Courtenay, Ralph Richardson, Siobhán McKenna and Rita Tushingham.
Contemporary critics were generally disappointed, complaining of its length at over three hours, and claiming that it trivialized history, but acknowledging the intensity of the love story and the film's treatment of human themes. Over time, however, the film's reputation has improved greatly. At the 38th Academy Awards, Doctor Zhivago won five Oscars: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design; it was nominated for five others (including Best Picture and Best Director), but lost four of these five to The Sound of Music. It also won five awards at the 23rd Golden Globe Awards including Best Motion Picture - Drama and Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama for Sharif.
As of 2016, it is the eighth highest-grossing film of all time in the United States and Canada, adjusted for ticket-price inflation. In 1998 it was ranked by the American Film Institute 39th on their 100 Years... 100 Movies list, and by the British Film Institute the following year as the 27th greatest British film of all time.
Doctor Zhivago - Soundtrack Suite
Composed and Conducted by Maurice Jarre
-00:00 = "Main Title"
-02:37 = "Komarovsky With Lara In The Hotel"
-03:44 = "After Deserters Killed The Colonel"
-04:29 = "Lara Says Goodbye To Yuri"
-05:33 = "Intermission"
-06:16 = "Tonya And Yuri Arrive At Varykino"
-07:30 = "On A Yuriatin Street"
-09:01 = "Yuri Is Taken Prisoner By The Red Partisans"
-09:50 = "For As Long As We Need You"
-10:29 = "Lara And Yuri Arriving At Varykino"
-12:00 = "Yuri Is Trying To Write"
-13:18 = "Then It's A (End Title)"
Doctor Zhivago as played by The Metropolitan Pops Orchestra
00:00 - Main Title
03:43 - Komarovsky And Lara's Rendezvous
06:47 - The Funeral
09:50 - Lara's Theme
Is Paris Burning?
Is Paris Burning? (French: Paris brûle-t-il ?) is a 1966 French-American epic historical war film directed by René Clément, starring an ensemble cast, about the liberation of Paris in August 1944 by the French Resistance and the Free French Forces during World War II. The script was based on the book of the same title by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre.
Is Paris Burning? (1966), Final Scene
Paris brûle -t- il ? - Maurice Jarre - Is Paris Burning? - Brennt Paris ?
The Night of the Generals
The Night of the Generals is a 1967 Franco-British-American Second World War crime mystery film directed by Anatole Litvak and produced by Sam Spiegel. It stars Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif, Tom Courtenay, Donald Pleasence, Joanna Pettet and Philippe Noiret. The screenplay by Joseph Kessel and Paul Dehn was loosely based on the beginning of the novel of the same name by German author Hans Hellmut Kirst. The writing credits also include the line "based on an incident written by James Hadley Chase". Gore Vidal is said to have contributed to the screenplay, but was not credited. The musical score was composed by Maurice Jarre. Parts of this western-made film were shot on actual location in Warsaw, which at the time was behind the Iron Curtain because of the Cold War. The last scenes of the film were shot in Munich.
Night Of The Generals (1967) - Trailer
Maurice Jarre - Night of the Generals 1967
Topaz is a 1969 American espionage thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Based on the 1967 Cold War novel Topaz by Leon Uris, the film is about a French intelligence agent who becomes entangled in the Cold War politics of the events leading up to the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, and later the breakup of an international Soviet spy ring in France. The story is closely based on the 1962 Sapphire Affair, which involved the head of French Intelligence SDECE in the United States, and spy Philippe Thyraud de Vosjoli—a friend of Leon Uris—who played an important role in "helping the U.S. discover the presence of Russian offensive missiles in Cuba". The film stars Frederick Stafford, Dany Robin, John Vernon, Karin Dor, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Noiret, Claude Jade, Michel Subor and John Forsythe.
Maurice Jarre - Topaz - 1969
Topaz (1969) - Original Trailer
The Damned (Italian title: La caduta degli dei, lit. "The Fall of the Gods") is a 1969 Italian-German historical drama film written and directed by Luchino Visconti. The plot centers on the Essenbecks, a wealthy industrialist family who have begun doing business with the Nazi Party, a thinly veiled reference to the Essen-based Krupp family of steel industrialists.
The Italian title is the conventional translation of the term Götterdämmerung (with its Wagnerian association), but for the German version, the title Die Verdammten ("The Damned") was chosen. All versions use Götterdämmerung as a subtitle, however.
The Damned Trailer
Maurice Jarre - La Caduta Degli Dei - The Damned - 1969
1 Main Title 2:12
2 Lullaby For Lisa 3:25
3 Death Of Joachim 2:45
4 Obsession 5:32
5 Expectation Of Sofia 3:53
6 Martin's Theme 3:28
7 Inbreeding 4:29
8 The Return Of Herbert 3:31
9 Sofia's Fall 3:44
10 Finale 2:04
11 La Caduta Degli Dei (Suite Part 1)
12 La Caduta Degli Dei (Suite Part 2)
Ryan's Daughter is a 1970 British epic romantic drama film directed by David Lean. The film, set in August 1917 - January 1918, tells the story of a married Irish woman who has an affair with a British officer during World War I, despite moral and political opposition from her nationalist neighbours; it stars Robert Mitchum, Sarah Miles, John Mills, Christopher Jones, Trevor Howard and Leo McKern. The film is a re-telling of the plot of Gustave Flaubert's novel Madame Bovary.
The score was written by Maurice Jarre and the movie was photographed in Super Panavision 70 by Freddie Young. In its initial release, Ryan's Daughter was harshly received by critics but was a box office success, grossing nearly $31 million on a budget of $13.3 million, making the film the eighth highest-grossing picture of 1970. It was nominated for four Academy Awards and won in two categories.
Ryan's Daughter (1970) Trailer
Ryan's Daughter (1970)
Ryan's Daughter (1970)
Maurice Jarre - Ryan's Daughter - Soundtrack Suite
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean is a 1972 American western film written by John Milius, directed by John Huston, and starring Paul Newman. It was loosely based on the life of Judge Roy Bean/
The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean Trailer - 1972
Maurice Jarre - The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
The Man Who Would Be King
The Man Who Would Be King is a 1975 Technicolor adventure film adapted from the Rudyard Kipling novella of the same name. It was adapted and directed by John Huston and starred Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Saeed Jaffrey, and Christopher Plummer as Kipling (giving a name to the novella's anonymous narrator). The film follows two rogue ex-soldiers, former non-commissioned officers in the British Army, who set off from late 19th-century British India in search of adventure and end up in faraway Kafiristan, where one is taken for a god and made their king.
The Man Who Would Be King (1975) Official Trailer
Maurice Jarre - The Man Who Would Be King
Jesus of Nazareth
Jesus of Nazareth (Italian: Gesù di Nazareth) is a 1977 British-Italian television miniseries directed by Franco Zeffirelli and co-written by Zeffirelli, Anthony Burgess, and Suso Cecchi d'Amico which dramatises the birth, life, ministry, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. It stars Robert Powell as Jesus, and features an all-star cast of famous American and European actors, including eight who had won or would go on to win Academy Awards: Anne Bancroft, Ernest Borgnine, Laurence Olivier, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Quinn, Rod Steiger, James Earl Jones, and Peter Ustinov.
Extra-Biblical traditions were used in the writing of the screenplay and some characters (such as Zerah) and situations were invented for the film for brevity or dramatic purposes. Notably, Jesus of Nazareth depicts Judas Iscariot as a well-intentioned man initially, but later as a dupe of Zerah who betrays Jesus largely as a result of Zerah's false platitudes and pretexts. However, in accordance with the Gospels, the film depicts Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea as sympathetic members of the Sanhedrin. Many of the miracles of Jesus, such as the changing of water into wine at the wedding at Cana, the transfiguration, and the calming of the storm are not depicted, although Jesus healing of Jairus's daughter, the blind man and the crippled woman on the Sabbath, the feeding of the multitude, and the raising of Lazarus from the dead are presented here.
Jesus of Nazareth premiered on the Italian channel Rai 1 on 27 March 1977 and was first aired in the United Kingdom on the ITV Network on 3 April 1977. It became a ratings success and received positive reviews.
Jesus of Nazareth
Full Movie - English
Maurice Jarre - Jesus Of Nazareth
The Tin Drum
The Tin Drum (German: Die Blechtrommel) is a 1979 film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Günter Grass. It was directed and co-written by Volker Schlöndorff. It was mostly shot in West Germany.
The film won the Palme d'Or at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1980 at the 52nd Academy Awards.
Maurice Jarre - Die Blechtrommel - Full Soundtrack
01 - Kaschubien
02 - Oskar's Trommel (Oskar's Drum)
03 - Die Aale (The Eels)
04 - Gentil Trio
05 - Marcus der Spielzeughändler (Marcus the Toyseller)
06 - Leidenschaftliches Rendez-Vous (Passionate Rendez'Vous)
07 - Die polnische Post (The Polish Post)
08 - Unterbrochene Parade (Interrupted Parade)
09 - Roswitha
10 - Die Emigranten (The Emigrants)
The Tin Drum (1979) ORIGINAL TRAILER
Skardinis būgnelis (Die Blechtrommel/The Tin Drum), 1979
A Passage to India
A Passage to India is a 1984 British epic historical drama film written, directed and edited by David Lean. The screenplay is based on the play of the same name by Santha Rama Rau, which was based on the 1924 novel of the same name by E.M. Forster.
Set in the 1920s during the period of the British Raj, the film tells the story of the interactions of several characters in the fictional city of Chandrapore, namely Dr. Aziz, Mrs Moore, Adela Quested, and Richard Fielding. When newcomer to India Adela accuses Aziz of an attempted rape within the famed Marabar Caves, the city is split between the British elite and the native underclass as the budding friendship between Aziz and Fielding is tested. The film explores themes of racism, imperialism, religion, and the nature of relationships both friendly and marital.
This was the final film of Lean's prestigious career, and the first feature-film he had directed in fourteen years, since Ryan's Daughter in 1970. Receiving universal critical acclaim upon its release with many praising it as Lean's finest since Lawrence of Arabia, A Passage to India received eleven nominations at the Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Lean, and Best Actress for Judy Davis for her portrayal as Adela Quested. Peggy Ashcroft won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal as Mrs Moore, making her, at 77, the oldest actress to win the award, and Maurice Jarre won his third Academy Award for Best Original Score.
A Passage to India Trailer
A Passage To India - Soundtrack Suite - Maurice Jarre
Enemy Mine is a 1985 German-American science fiction film directed by Wolfgang Petersen and written by Edward Khmara, based on Barry B. Longyear's novella of the same name. The film stars Dennis Quaid and Louis Gossett, Jr. as a human and alien soldier, respectively, who become stranded together on an inhospitable planet and must overcome their mutual distrust in order to cooperate and survive.
The film began production in Budapest in April 1984 under the direction of Richard Loncraine, who quickly ran into "creative differences" with producer Stephen Friedman and executives at 20th Century Fox; the project was shut down after a week of shooting. Petersen then took over as director and reshot Loncraine's scenes after moving the production to Munich.
Enemy Mine (1985) - Trailer
Maurice Jarre - Enemy Mine (1985)
Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological erotic thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne from a screenplay written by James Dearden, based on his 1980 short film Diversion. Starring Michael Douglas, Glenn Close and Anne Archer, the film centers on a married man who has a weekend affair with a woman who refuses to allow it to end and becomes obsessed with him.
Fatal Attraction was released on September 18, 1987 by Paramount Pictures. It received generally positive critical response and generated controversy at the time of its release. The film became a huge box office success, grossing $320.1 million against a $14 million budget, becoming the highest grossing film of 1987 worldwide.
At the 60th Academy Awards, it received six nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress (for Close), Best Supporting Actress (for Archer), Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Film Editing.
Fatal Attraction - Soundtrack Tracks 1
Fatal Attraction (1987) Trailer
Fatal Attraction - Soundtrack Tracks 2
Fatal Attraction (1987)
Michael Douglas, Glenn Close
No Way Out
No Way Out is a 1987 American political thriller film directed by Roger Donaldson and starring Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, Will Patton and Sean Young. Howard Duff, George Dzundza, Jason Bernard, Fred Thompson, and Iman appear in supporting roles.
The film is a remake of The Big Clock (1948). Both films are based on Kenneth Fearing's 1946 novel The Big Clock. Filming locations included Baltimore, Annapolis, Arlington, Washington, D.C., and Auckland, New Zealand. The film features original music by Academy Award-winning composer Maurice Jarre. The film is dedicated to the memory of its director of photography John Alcott who died after principal photography had wrapped in July 1986, over a year prior to the film's eventual release.
Maurice Jarre - No Way Out: Deluxe Edition - 1987 -[FULL SOUNDTRACK]
No Way Out Official - Trailer
No way out (1987) - 'You're pretty impressed with me!'
Dead Poets Society
Dead Poets Society is a 1989 American drama film directed by Peter Weir, written by Tom Schulman, and starring Robin Williams. Set in 1959 at the fictional elite conservative Vermont boarding school Welton Academy, it tells the story of an English teacher who inspires his students through his teaching of poetry.
The film received critical acclaim and was a box office success. It won the BAFTA Award for Best Film, and César Award and David di Donatello Award for Best Foreign Film. Schulman received an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his work.
Maurice Jarre - Dead Poets Society - Full Soundtrack
Dead Poets Society (1989) - Trailer
Ghost is a 1990 American romantic fantasy thriller film directed by Jerry Zucker, written by Bruce Joel Rubin, and starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, Tony Goldwyn, and Rick Aviles. In the film Sam Wheat and Molly Jensen love each other, but their romance is short-lived when Sam is killed by a thug. Unable to tell Molly that her life is in danger, Sam's spirit takes help of Oda Mae Brown, a reluctant psychic.
Ghost was theatrically released on July 13, 1990 by Paramount Pictures. It became an expected huge box office success, grossing $505.7 million against a production budget of $22 million, becoming the highest grossing of 1990 worldwide. Adjusted for inflation, it is the 93rd-highest-grossing film of all time. It received mixed reviews from critics who praised the performances of the cast (particularly Goldberg's) but criticsed the screenplay and execution. Despite this it was nominated for five Academy Awards, including for Best Picture and won Best Supporting Actress (for Goldberg) and Best Original Screenplay.
Maurice Jarre scores "Ghost"
GHOST (1990) - Official Movie Trailer
Jacob's Ladder is a 1990 American psychological horror film directed by Adrian Lyne, produced by Alan Marshall, written by Bruce Joel Rubin and starring Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Peña, and Danny Aiello. The film's protagonist, Jacob, is a Vietnam veteran whose experiences prior to and during the war result in strange, fragmentary visions and bizarre hallucinations that continue to haunt him. As his ordeal worsens, Jacob desperately attempts to figure out the truth.
Jacob's Ladder was made by Carolco Pictures ten years after being written by Rubin. It drew from several inspirations for its story and effects, including the short film An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and the paintings of Francis Bacon. Though only moderately successful upon release, the film garnered a cult following and its plot and special effects became a source of influence for various other works such as the horror video game franchise Silent Hill. A remake, also titled Jacob's Ladder, is currently in production for a planned 2019 release.
JACOB'S LADDER (1990) - Trailer
Scariest Jacob's Ladder Deleted Scene (1990)
Jacob's Ladder - Soundtrack - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds
A Walk in the Clouds is a 1995 American romantic drama directed by Alfonso Arau and starring Keanu Reeves, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Giancarlo Giannini, and Anthony Quinn. Written by Robert Mark Kamen, Mark Miller, and Harvey Weitzman, it is about a young soldier returning home from World War II who is looking to settle down and start a family with the woman he impulsively married just before enlisting. After learning she is not what he imagined her to be, he heads north alone to Sacramento in search of work. Along the way he meets a beautiful young woman who is heading home from college to her family vineyard to help with the grape harvest. When he learns she is pregnant and was abandoned by her boyfriend, he offers to stand in as her husband so she can face her Old World domineering father. During his stay at the vineyard, they fall in love and face the angry rejection of her father together. The film is based on the 1942 Italian film Four Steps in the Clouds, written by Piero Tellini, Cesare Zavattini, and Vittorio de Benedetti.
A Walk in the Clouds (1995) Trailer
A Walk in the Clouds (1/3) - Saving the Vineyard (1995)
A Walk in the Clouds (2/3) - Traditional Grape Stomp (1995)
A Walk in the Clouds (3/3) - I'm Not Free (1995)
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 01. Victoria - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 02. Butterfly Wings - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 03. The Harvest - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds soundtrack - 04. Crush the Grapes - Leo Brouwer & Alfonso Arau
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 05. First Kiss - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 07. Fire and Destruction - Maurice Jarre
A Walk in the Clouds OST - 08. A Walk in the Clouds - Maurice Jarre