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Under the Tuscan Sun (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

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Download links and information about Under the Tuscan Sun (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture) by Christophe Beck. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 48:13 minutes.

Artist: Christophe Beck
Release date: 2003
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 30
Duration: 48:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Follow the Flower 3:40
2. I Broke My Heart In San Francisco 0:57
3. Wish You Were Here 1:00
4. Bramasole 1:35
5. Un Segno Di Dio 0:42
6. Buyer's Remorse 1:30
7. Three Stooges 1:29
8. A Team of Experts 1:27
9. Ice Cream 1:38
10. Believers 1:01
11. Kurwa Mac 0:51
12. The Old Man With the Flowers 0:46
13. Olive Harvest 1:42
14. Ode to San Lorenzo 1:34
15. Roma 1:15
16. Marcello, of Course 1:03
17. Blue Umbrellas 1:01
18. What American Women Say 1:32
19. Patti Arrives 1:06
20. Mud Slide 0:51
21. Springtime 1:32
22. Baby Alessandra 1:26
23. Polonia 2:25
24. White Dress 2:03
25. Katherine's Fountain 2:31
26. The Most Important Thing 2:47
27. Gaudeamus 1:25
28. My Wish 2:28
29. The Spigot 2:47
30. End Titles 2:09

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Montreal-born Christophe Beck — who previously worked with Tuscan director Audrey Wells on Guinevere — became quite the Hollywood first-call composer in 2003, scoring Just Married, Confidence, American Wedding, and Dickie Roberts in addition to Under the Tuscan Sun, a whimsical jaunt that follows Diane Lane's character as she rediscovers love and life in Tuscany. The score incorporates three musical voices braided together: a contemporary theme, for Lane's character, Frances; another paying homage to Federico Fellini's composer, Nino Rota; and a third offering a comic/romantic interpretation of Italian life. There's early whimsy and bounce in "Follow the Flower," melancholy in "I Broke My Heart in San Francisco," then cool, old-school jazz on "Wish You Were Here" and a touch of cautious romance on "Bramasole" — four key pieces that set the tone and mood swings of the entire 30-track affair.