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MP3 Vincent Gillioz - L'Ecart

This 52 minute orchestral recording of the soundtrack to L''Ecart was a best score semi-finalist at the 2007 Moondance International Film Festival. It features dark orchestral mood, schizophrenic passages and passionate solo piano as well.

34 MP3 Songs
CLASSICAL: Film Music, CLASSICAL: Contemporary

Show all album songs: L''Ecart Songs

Antoine Fregoli awakes one morning convinced that his wife Elizabeth is not his real wife.

Becoming obsessed by the idea, he tries to prove that this woman who looks, talks, dresses, and sleeps with him like Elizabeth, is not really her but someone else.

How far will he go to find his “real” wife? What’s in store for the “other”?

The director plunges us into a subtly complex search for identity. He puts relationship, self knowledge and knowledge of others into question.

“In a vain similar to Emmanuel Carrère’s ‘The Moustache’ or David Cronenberg’s ‘Dead Ringers’, THE GAP speaks of madness without falling into caricature. It distills a subtly chilling atmosphere.”

- Antoine Duplan, L’Hebdo Magazine


"...This is great writing! Great composer! No question about it!..."
- Christopher Young, composer (Spiderman 3, Ghost Rider, The Grudge 1 & 2, Runaway Jury, The Core, Shipping News, Hellraiser, Entrapment, Jennifer 8,...)

"...In explaining its decision, the Jury observed that,"In the movie God''s Waiting List, the music is employed with an exceptional subtlety, so that it is not only used as an ornament, but plays an intrinsic and major role in the movie. Vincent Gillioz showed a great flexibility to adapt his skill to the demand of the images. Audacious and skillful, he ventured down different stylistic paths and showed himself capable of covering a broad musical range. Gillioz''s music is as much flexible as touching. It is an excellent painting of the environment, without artifice, true and modern in its musicality. In brief, his artwork demonstrates great inspiration and extraordinary creativity." The jury also praised the exceptional professionalism of his composition..."
- The Jury of the SUISA Prize, 58th Locarno International Film Music Festival


Vincent Gillioz was born in the French speaking city of Geneva, Switzerland. He grew up playing guitar in heavy metal bands. Refining his musical education, he moved on to Jazz at Berklee College of Music in Boston, earning a dual bachelor''s degree - summa cum laude - in Film Scoring & Performance (Guitar). Then, he studied composition and orchestration at the Geneva Conservatory of Music, Here he was awarded Highest Distinctions; the first in his curriculum to receive such an honor in 15 years.

A recipient of many scholarships, Vincent was the only composer recommended by Golden Globe nominee Christopher Young for the 2002 Sundance Institute, where he had the opportunity to work under the supervision of noted film composers Edward Shearmur (Sky Captain & The World Of Tomorrow), Rolfe Kent (Sideways), George S. Clinton (Austin Power ''s Trilogy), Mark Isham (Crash), and Thomas Newman (American Beauty), among others. Since then Vincent has been working without pause, scoring more than 32 feature length movies in the last 5 years, winning two years in a row the Gold Medal for his scores at The Park City Film Music Festival (Sonata, Living With Uncle Ray), being awarded the SUISA Prize for Best Score (God''s Waiting List) at the 58th Locarno International Film Festival, and the Moondance Columbine award at the Moondance International Film Festival for his score to Pray For Morning, while two of his other scores, L''Ecart and The Appearance of Things, made it to the semi-final of the competition. His rapid success has been the subject of two documentaries.
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