Armand Amar - Home Album Soundtrack

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  • Release Date: 7 Mei 2016
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Description

Home is a 2009 documentary by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. The film is almost entirely composed of aerial shots of various places on Earth. It shows the diversity of life on Earth and how humanity is threatening the ecological balance of the planet. The English version was read by Glenn Close. The Spanish version was read by Salma Hayek. The Arabic version was read by Mahmood Said. The film had its world festival premiere at the Dawn Breakers International Film Festival in 2012. Before the festival premier, it was released simultaneously on 5 June 2009, in cinemas across the globe, on DVD, Blu-ray, television, and on YouTube, opening in 181 countries. The film was financed by Kering, a French multinational holding company specializing in retail shops and luxury brands, as part of their public relation strategy

Biography

Armand Amar is a composer based in Paris who's well known for his film scores and dance pieces. Amar was born in Jerusalem in 1953 and raised in Morocco. Amar became interested in music at an early age and undertook a rigorous program of self-education, studying European classical music as well as the traditional styles of African and Middle Eastern music. Fascinated by the link between music and physical performance, Amar found a vehicle for these interests when he began working with South African choreographer and anthropologist Peter Goss, who appreciated Amar's interest in the sounds of different cultures. Amar's compositions for Goss led to collaborations with several other noted dance troupes, as well as the acting workshop of Patrice Chéreau and the Conservatoire National Supérieur. In 1994, Amar performed on the soundtrack of Michel Blanc's film Grosse Fatigue, and in 1997 he composed the score for the television presentation Miracle a l'Eldorado. In 2002, celebrated filmmaker Costa Gavras invited Amar to score his film Amen, making it the first of a long string of film soundtracks written and produced by the composer. In addition to his work as a composer and performer, Amar is also one of the founders of the record label Long Distance, specializing in world music and classical works from around the globe. ~ Mark Deming


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Armand Amar - Home - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

playlist:

1. Home Part 1
2. Home Part 2
3. Home Part 3
4. Home Part 4
5. O (Taken from La Jeune Fille et Les Loups)
6. Life 1
7. Take the Earth
8. Toll of Toil
9. Black Gold
10. Chemical Food
11. Feed Lots
12. Overproduction
13. Whales
14. Murderous Catch
15. Dubaï
16. The Dead Seas
17. Faster and Faster
18. Epi
19. Life 2
20. Wasteland
21. Rake the Forest
22. The Desert
23. Fire
24. Cum Dederit

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