Loving Vincent (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Clint Mansell

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
22.09.2017

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  • 1The Night Café04:07
  • 2The Yellow House04:45
  • 3At Eternity's Gate03:40
  • 4Portrait Of Armand Roulin02:58
  • 5Marguerite Gachet At The Piano02:30
  • 6Still Life With Glass Of Absinthe & A Carafe03:12
  • 7The Painter On His Way To Work On The Road To Tarascon03:48
  • 8Five Sunflowers in A Vase03:17
  • 9Wheatfield With Crows02:50
  • 10Thatched Roofs In Chaponval04:01
  • 11Blossoming Chestnut Trees04:54
  • 12The Sower With Setting Sun04:47
  • 13Starry Night Over The Rhone01:17
  • 14Starry Starry Night04:43
  • Total Runtime50:49

Info for Loving Vincent (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)



“Loving Vincent” is the upcoming biographical animated film from newcomer directors Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman. The movie follows Armand Roulin (Douglas Booth), the son of an acquaintance of Vincent van Gogh, as he attempts to deliver a letter from the painter following van Gogh’s death. Armand soon finds himself retracing the steps taken by Vincent in his final days in an attempt to unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. A film unlike any other, “Loving Vincent” is entirely hand painted – each of the movie’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on a canvas created using the same techniques as Vincent van Gogh.

“Loving Vincent” is the upcoming biographical animated film from newcomer directors Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman. The movie follows Armand Roulin (Douglas Booth), the son of an acquaintance of Vincent van Gogh, as he attempts to deliver a letter from the painter following van Gogh’s death. Armand soon finds himself retracing the steps taken by Vincent in his final days in an attempt to unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. A film unlike any other, “Loving Vincent” is entirely hand painted – each of the movie’s 65,000 frames is an oil painting on a canvas created using the same techniques as Vincent van Gogh.

In addition to being a wonder for the eyes, “Loving Vincent” is a treat for the ears. Scoring duties fell to English composer Clint Mansell (Requiem For A Dream, Black Swan), who has crafted a masterpiece. Somber yet driven, Mansell’s compositions are filled the swell of mournful strings pocked with delicate, deliberate notes in countermelodies. A perfect companion to the story of dreadful loss and resigned understanding, “Loving Vincent” demands to be heard.

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