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    Tracklist
    Face A
    1.
    Générique
    Wojciech Kilar
    02:37
    2.
    Prélude Au Mariage
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:39
    3.
    Les Appartements Secrets
    Wojciech Kilar
    00:29
    4.
    La Chasse A l'Oiseau
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:12
    5.
    Chanson Du Mois de Mai n°12 - Boîte à Musique
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:14
    6.
    Chanson Du Mois De Mai n°38 - La leçon des Oiseaux
    Wojciech Kilar
    00:30
    7.
    Berceuse Paternelle
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:41
    8.
    La Polka Des Lions
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:38
    9.
    Le Petit Clown
    Wojciech Kilar
    00:54
    10.
    Les Deux Rois
    Wojciech Kilar
    00:32
    11.
    Les Grands Ateliers Du Roi
    Wojciech Kilar
    03:17
    12.
    La Bergère Et Le Ramoneur
    Wojciech Kilar
    05:50
    Face B
    1.
    Le Portrait du Roi
    Wojciech Kilar
    03:11
    2.
    L'Escalier Aux Cent-Mille Marches
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:43
    3.
    La Marche Nuptiale
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:04
    4.
    Carillon
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:06
    5.
    La Complainte De L'Aveugle
    Wojciech Kilar
    03:26
    6.
    La Révolte Des Fauves
    Wojciech Kilar
    03:10
    7.
    La Fin Du Grand Automate
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:38
    8.
    Epilogue
    Wojciech Kilar
    01:51
    9.
    Generique Fin
    Wojciech Kilar
    02:39
    Information

    • Artist : Le Roi et l'Oiseau
    • Format : 1 x 12" (140g)
    • Country : France
    • Genres : ClassicalSoundtrack
    • Pressing : 500 Copies
    • Estimated delivery date : November 2019
    Description

    Music from Wojciech Kilar
    Songs from Joseph Kosma and Jacques Prévert

    Directed by Paul Grimault on a Jacques Prévert’s script with the original music of the
    composer Wojcieck Killar (composer of "Dracula" from Coppola, "The girl and the death"
    from Polanski, etc ...)
    King Charles V and III Font-Huit-et-Huit-font-Seize, who is reigning as a tyrant over the
    kingdom of Takycardie, is in love with a modest shepherdess whom he wants to marry.
    However, she’s in love and loved by a little chimney sweep. Helped by a bird who lives at the
    top of the king's private apartments, they run away to the Lower City. The police picks up
    their trail. Flying machines driven by policemen, mysterious creatures spying on the whole
    city, motorized tritons and "picture-by-image" stars have made their first attempt.
    Paul Grimault proved with “Le Petit Soldat” that designed/drawn cinema can be serious and
    moving, and with “The King and the Bird” that you must always go after your dream. He
    made his last film: “La Table Tournante” at eighty-three years old.

    Music composed by Wojciech Kilar, Performed by the Polish Radio and Television Symphony
    Orchestra under the direction of Stanislaw Wislock.

    France