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Game Music (Musique De Jeux Video)

La Pietà, Angèle Dubeau

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Conviction (Main Theme from "Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction")
Michael Nielsen; Kaveh Cohen; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Assassin’s Creed Theme (from "Assassin's Creed Revelations")
Lorne Balfe; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Chrono Trigger & Chrono Cross
Yasunori Mitsuda; Nobuo Uematsu; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Angry Birds Theme
Ari Pulkkinen; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Halo 3  
One Final Effort
Marty O’Donnel; Michael Salvatori; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Final Fantasy
Nobuo Uematsu; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Secret of Mana
Hiroki Kikuta; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Russian Traditional; Johann Sebastian Bach; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Heavy Rain
Normand Corbeil; La Pietà; Angèle Dubeau
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:29
"... it was clear that one day her musical passion and curiosity would lead her to this rich and innovative world. The originality and quality of the music she chose after hours and hours of listening are not in doubt. Trust Angèle's taste ..." - Le Soleil Violin virtuoso Angèle Dubeau leads her all-female string orchestra La Pietà into the world of video game music on this release which underlines Dubeau's constant desire to innovate. The album contains string and piano arrangements of music from such video games as Angry Birds, Halo 3, Final Fantasy and Tetris. "... for this project, I pushed my curiosity to the extreme, toward a world that was completely unknown to me ... video games quickly emerged as a logical avenue of exploration. Seeing the passion of young people for video games, I wanted to understand the secrets of their success and to evaluate their musical value. So it is with great pleasure that I invite you to dive into the fantastical world of video games with me." - Angèle Dubeau
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ANALEKTA Studio Masters

Cet enregistrement a été réalisé dans la salle multi-média de l’école de musique Schulich de l’Université McGill, Montréal, Québec, Canada en juin 2012 / This recording was made in the Multi-Media Room, Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada in June 2012. Réalisateur, Preneur de son ; Mixage et mastérisation / Producer, Sound Engineer ; Mix and Mastering : Carl Talbot, Productions Musicom Assistant preneur de son, édition / Assistant Recording Engineer, editing : Jeremy Túsz Assistant preneur de son / Assistant Recording Engineer : Jeremy Van Slyke Accordeur du piano / Piano Technician : Serge Harel Accordeur du clavecin / Harpsichord Technician : Réjean Mongeau Producteur, Directeur artistique / Executive Producer, Artistic Director : François Mario Labbé Directrice de production / Production Director : Julie M. Fournier Assistante de production / Production Assistant : Geneviève Langelier Traduction / Translation : Peter Christensen Photo couverture arrière / Back Cover Picture : © Luc Robitaille Coiffure / Hairstyling : Marlène Tremblay Maquillage / Make up : Amélie Thomas Photo page 9: © lucetg Révision / Proofreading : Rédaction LYRE Conception et production graphique / Graphic Design and Production : Simon L’Archevêque

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