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Das Glück in der Mansarde
Parisien & Peirani © JP-Retel
Vincent Peirani, Akkordeon
Émile Parisien, Sopransaxophon
Federico Casagrande, Gitarre
Stéphane Edouard, Schlagzeug, Percussion
Film »Seventh heaven / Das Glück in der Mansarde« (Regie: Frank Borzage, USA 1927)
Musik zu »Seventh heaven / Das Glück in der Mansarde« (Regie: Frank Borzage, USA 1927)
Film + Musik live
A legendary American silent film is set above the rooftops of Montmartre in Paris. Frank Borzage's »7th heaven« (in German »Das Glück in der Mansarde«), filmed in 1927, not only helped the famous on-screen couple Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell to their breakthrough, but also heralded a new romantic realism in cinema. At the first Academy Awards in 1929, the film won in three categories: »Best Director,« »Best Actress,« and »Best Screenplay.« French jazz musician Vincent Peirani has provided the emotional story of the great love at second sight between the canal worker Chico and the prostitute Diane with a new soundtrack that does credit to the cinematic masterpiece.
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