Wednesday, March 26

comptine d'un autre ete



I've always liked this song with its pensive-yet-playful, melancholy tune. I also like seeing it played by this person with lovely hands.

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9 comments:

allison said...

Ali, I loved this song so much when I first saw this movie that I would sneak into the piano rooms at Utah State and taught it to myself by listening. I was kind of obsessed with this movie ;) I still am! It was so inspirational for me while in school...

erica-knits said...

Oh this one is my favorite. Two years ago I was in Quebec City for the Festival D'ete and Yann Tiersen was there, worst thing, I found out he was there the day after he played. I still have not recovered.

laceyJ. said...

Wow... this made me miss my piano sooo much. This song is beautiful! I still have this soundtrack from when you burned it for me back in school- thank you for it!

alyson. said...

made me miss my piano too.
it's funny how hearing certain songs give me goosebumps because they are so amazing. this is one of them. thanks for sharing!

The DeDe said...

I just downloaded the sheet music for this and been playing it the past month! Love that song!

lane said...

When I hear this I can see the horse running and jumping the fence--just like in the movie. Isn't it magical sometimes how motion and music go together? That one is such a perfect pairing.

Uncle Beefy said...

SIIIIIIIIGGGGGGGHHHHHH......... :)

pia said...

so incredibly beautiful. I will have to learn it. thanks for the inspiration. and indeed doesn't that person have the loveliest hands!!

Heather said...

Isn't this wonderful?!?!!? I'm in love with it..and this movie!