Vangelis – L’apocalypse des animaux


Released: 1972 By Polydor

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  1. Apocalypse Des Animaux – Generique [1:25]
  2. La Petite Fille de la Mer [5:53]
  3. La Singe Blue [7:30]
  4. La Mort du Loup [3:00]
  5. L’Ours Musicien [1:00]
  6. Creation du Monde [9:51]
  7. La Mer Recommencee [5:55]

Relaxing soundtrack music

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Weight 105 g



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3 reviews for Vangelis – L’apocalypse des animaux

  1. Ivar de Vries

    L’Apocalypse Des Animaux brings together various pieces supporting the images in Frederic Rossifs nature-inspired film of the same name. The music doesnt so much describe the realities of nature itself but rather reflects a sort of philosophical reality. On one level, the association I always get is how people in prehistoric times might have viewed nature: sometimes tranquil (as in La Petite Fille de la Mer), sometimes dark and mysterious (as in Creation du Monde) but always part of themselves. On another level the music manifests a sort of nostalgic longing back to those times which can nowadays only be glimpsed in the ever-decreasing world of animals, hence the apocalyptic title of the film. Although very relaxing music, it is this aspect of many-levelness (a feature of all Vangeliss serious work) which sets it apart from New Age music.

    1999. Ivar de Vries

  2. Lieven Van Paemel / Belgium

    As far as I am concerned, together with Opra Sauvage, the very best Vangeles has ever done. I’ve seen the series as a child and the title track has never left my head.
    A pity that the man became such a commercial synthiperformer… This is sublime!!!!!

    2005. Lieven Van Paemel / Belgium

  3. Mike Costa / USA

    Cration du monde would be my favorite, Love the way it unfolds so beautifully in different parts of the tune.

    2006. Mike Costa / USA

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