Opera Sauvage Product Information
Opera Sauvage by Vangelis was released Oct 25, 1990 on the Polydor label. This warm, lyrical album was derived from Vangelis's music for a French television series. Opera Sauvage Rich, electronic orchestrations range from grandly symphonic to simple and serene. Opera Sauvage Curiously enough, this title has experienced a major revival since the opening cut, "Hymne" was used for a Gallo Wine commercial. Opera Sauvage This 1979 release is an excellent introduction to his music. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats Photographer: Veronique Skawinska. ...See Full Description
Opera Sauvage Product Description
Opera Sauvage Album Track Listing
|1||Hymne See All 5 ||2:46|| $0.99|
|3||Enfant, L' See All 4||5:05|| $0.99|
|6||Irlande See All 2||4:47|| $0.99|
Opera Sauvage Customer Reviews
||a Classic as far as I am concerned|
I have had this on several formats before and just recently went for the CD - great great collection of new-agey/ambient material from one of the tops.
By rcrow (Southbound from Fargo ND)
||You won't be sorry|
Since I bought this album almost 15 years ago I have grown to love Vangelis' works. For those who thought the movie "The year of living Dangerously" had a most haunting peice played while Mel and Sigorney made their escape, L'enfant is the peice you heard.
By lpetterson (RR New MExico)
Another good album to make love to.
By C.W.H. (Texas)
This review is for a different format.
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Opera Sauvage Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1056635|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 1990|
|Engineer||Keith Spencer-Allen; Marlis Duncklau; Raphael Preston|
|Recording Time||43 minutes|
|Personnel||Jon Anderson - harp|
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