The second release by Transversales, a French label based in Paris founded by Sebastien Rosat and Jonathan Fitoussi, is the first ever LP reissue of Les Choses De La Vie, originally released in 1970, the timeless masterpiece by the most versatile and talented French film composer, Philippe Sarde. Les Choses De La Vie, an outstanding score which offers both the wonderful "Chanson D'hélène" and most of the musical features which appeared later in Philippe Sarde's musical career: nostalgia, melancholy, experiment, and sound discord. Les Choses De La Vie is the film which confirms Sautet as a genuine author and Philippe Sarde as a rising composer. This is also the start of a long partnership that spanned twenty-five years and eleven films. This reissue includes the previously unreleased versions of "La Chanson D'hélène" performed by Romy Schneider and Michel Piccoli in Italian and German. Also includes Stéphane Belmondo's version of "La Chanson D'hélène". Remastered from the original master tapes; Includes exclusive liner notes. Transversales specialize in the reissues of long lost tapes, rare original soundtracks, and library. Jonathan Fitoussi is a French composer residing in Paris. He works on minimalist and contemporary musical forms. He's also audio restoration engineer at INA and INA GRM. Sebastien Rosat is a French music supervisor working for films, TV, and advertising. He's also a member of French electronic duo Sommet.

A1. La Chanson D'hélène
A2. La Chanson D'hélène (Instrumental)
A3. Générique
A4. Pierre Et Hélène
A5. La Rochelle
A6. Prélude A L'accident
A7. L'accident Ralenti
A8. L'isolement
A9. La Chanson D'hélène (Exclusive Deutsch Version)
B1. La Chanson D'hélène (Stephane Belmondo Version)
B2. Vision De La Noce Et Cauchemar
B3. Les Choses De La Vie
B4. La Mort
B5. Les Choses De La Vie (Final)
B6. La Chanson D'hélène (Exclusive Italian Version)

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