13 Jours en France
Composer by Francis Lai
Arrangements by Milton Isejima & Erick Isejima
Performances: Drums, Bass, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Violin, Violoncello, Strings, Trumpet by Milton Isejima
City: São Paulo
Thanks to my son Erick Isejima for their help in arrangement.
"13 Jours en France" or "13 Dni W Grenoble" or "Challenge In Snow" is a Claude Lelouch film of 1968.
Documentary on The Olympic Games in Grenoble. Directed by François Reichenbach.
Song written by Pierre Barouh & Francis Lai.
Interpreted by Pierre Barouh & Nicole Croisille.
The 1968 Winter Olympics, officially known as the X Olympic Winter Games, were celebrated in 1968 Grenoble, France and opened on February 6.
Thirty-seven countries participated. Norway won the most medals, the first time a country other than the USSR had done so since the USSR first entered the Winter Games in 1956.
A surprisingly nice new recording from Francis Lai -- the French soundtrack kind of the 60s, thanks to his work for A Man & A Woman and Live For Life -- and an artist we always love in just about any format! The set features new recordings of some of Lai's best soundtrack themes -- some of which rose to big fame on the international scene, others of which are lesser-known gems from his long history working with director Claude Lelouch! The recordings are contemporary, but the presentation is wonderful -- mostly played by a small group of sensitive musicians, with relatively classic instrumentation -- none of the too-modern touches that were sometimes used in recordings of this nature by Lai in the 70s or 80s
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