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Moby Dick (Original Theatrical Soundtrack)

Ludovic Bonnier

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1
Ishmaël
Ludovic Bonnier
3:30
2
Petit vaisseau d'or
Ludovic Bonnier
1:51
3
Coffin (les loups mando)
Ludovic Bonnier
3:46
4
Pequod
Ludovic Bonnier
2:53
5
Les étoiles et le sextant I
Ludovic Bonnier
3:29
6
Dérives
Ludovic Bonnier
4:59
7
Starbuck (Kyrie Eleison)
Ludovic Bonnier
3:40
8
Achab
Ludovic Bonnier
5:11
9
Les étoiles et le sextant II
Ludovic Bonnier
4:02
10
Les loups
Ludovic Bonnier
4:11
11
Marche funèbre
Ludovic Bonnier
5:25
12
La morale de l'histoire
Ludovic Bonnier
0:19
Total Playing Time    43:16
On the stage of the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, in september and october 2015, people will be invited to see a play of the fabulous story of Moby Dick, based on Herman Melville’s famous novel about a mythic white whale.

Inspired by the cultural cross-pollination of the Americas, the music composed by Ludovic Bonnier for this play will be available on the Analekta label.

This extraordinary music will make you travel the Seven Seas on board of a merry boat.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Groupe Analekta, Inc Studio Masters

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