Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Guilty Pleasures: Film Music - The Old Man Speaks
I say "Huh!" to that.
"Yes," he say " I like that man what wrote the music for Truffaut's "Day for Night".
"Can't remember.... But I also like the one who wrote for Cocteau... Er.... Begins with a A..."
"Auric." say I, forever the reference librarian.
"Yes. That's it."
So there we are. We both like a spot of film music. But he likes French and I like Italian.
And here's a trail for Cocteau's "Orpheus" including some of Auric's music from the Criterion Collection over at YouTube.