Charade [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] by Henry Mancini - Reflecting the European setting of Stanley Donen's 1963 comedy thriller Charade, Henry Mancini's soundtrack provides an easy listening tour of continental musical history: Parisian café songs on "Bistro," Eastern European gypsy music on "Bateau Mouche," Schubert quartets on "Bye Charlie," and some beer barrel polka on "Punch and Judy." Thrown in for variety's sake are dashes of Bond soundtracks, Cossack songs, and Strauss waltzes. A great Mancini recording made during the same fruitful, early-'60s period that produced two other fine soundtracks of his, Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Pink Panther.
Charade [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] by Henry Mancini - Reflecting the European setting of Stanley Donen's 1963 comedy thriller Charade, Henry Mancini's soundtrack provides an easy listening tour of continental musical history: Parisian café songs on "Bistro," Eastern European gypsy music on "Bateau Mouche," Schubert quartets on "Bye Charlie," and some beer barrel polka on "Punch and Judy." Thrown in for variety's sake are dashes of Bond soundtracks, Cossack songs, and Strauss waltzes. A great Mancini recording made during the same fruitful, early-'60s period that produced two other fine soundtracks of his, Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Pink Panther.
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Format: CD
Label: SNYM
Rel. Date: 01/15/2015
UPC: 888430213326

Charade
Artist: Henry Mancini
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Charade (Main Title)
2. Bistro
3. Bateau Mouche
4. Mégève
5. Bye Bye Charlie
6. The Happy Carousel
7. Charade (Vocal)
8. Orange Tamouré
9. Latin Snowfall 1
10. The Drip-Dry Waltz 1
11. Mambo Parisienne 1
12. Punch and Judy 1
13. Charade (Carousel)

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Charade [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] by Henry Mancini - Reflecting the European setting of Stanley Donen's 1963 comedy thriller Charade, Henry Mancini's soundtrack provides an easy listening tour of continental musical history: Parisian café songs on "Bistro," Eastern European gypsy music on "Bateau Mouche," Schubert quartets on "Bye Charlie," and some beer barrel polka on "Punch and Judy." Thrown in for variety's sake are dashes of Bond soundtracks, Cossack songs, and Strauss waltzes. A great Mancini recording made during the same fruitful, early-'60s period that produced two other fine soundtracks of his, Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Pink Panther.