Alain Goraguer

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Alain Goraguer (born 20 August 1931, Rosny-sous-Bois, Seine-Saint-Denis) is a French jazz pianist,[1] sideman of Boris Vian and Serge Gainsbourg, arranger and composer.

He composed for such films as 'La Vie de Bohème'(1992), 'Deux jours à tuer'(2008), 'Saint Laurent'(2014).

He was the composer of music for Serge Gainsbourg, Jean Ferrat, 'Serge Reggiani', Nana Mouskouri.

He reached his creative peak in the 1960s and 1970s.

In 1965 he won the grand prix de l'eurovision with France Gall and Serge Gainsbourg with "poupée de cire, poupée de son".

Goraguer recorded and composed the soundtrack to the film Fantastic Planet.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Composer[edit]

Film Year
Deux jours à tuer 2008
Jeux de plage 1995
L'aigle et le cheval (TV Movie) 1994
Le raisin d'or (TV Movie) 1994
Au beau rivage (TV Movie) 1994
L'oeil écarlate 1993
Le galopin (TV Movie) 1993
Le réveillon, c'est à quel étage? (TV Movie) 1992
Quiproquos! (TV Movie) 1991
Bébé express (TV Movie) 1991
L'ordinateur amoureux (TV Movie) 1991
Marie Pervenche (TV Series) (1 episode) 1990
Adieu je t'aime 1988
À notre regrettable époux 1988
Comment Wang-Fo fut sauvé (Short) 1987
Florence ou La vie de château (TV Series) 1987
Ich heirate eine Familie... (TV Series) 1983-1985
L'Initiation d'une femme mariée 1983
Chambres d'amis très particulières 1983
Merci Sylvestre (TV Series) 1983
Jakob und Adele (TV Series) 1982
L'Affaire Dominici 1973

Soundtracks[edit]

Film Year
Dansez gym tonic" 2015
Saint Laurent 2014
Memòries de la tele (TV Series) 2008 - 2010
Deux jours à tuer (music: "Le temps qui reste") 2008
Enemies closer (writer: "Le cha cha cha du loup") 2008
La vie de bohème 1992
Ein Heim für Tiere (TV Series) 1985
Marie Pervenche (TV Series) 1984
The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special) (performer: "Bien plus fort") 1966
The Eurovision Song Contest (TV Special) (performer: "Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son") 1965
Maillan 33-33 (TV Movie) (music: "Le Zouave du Pont de l'Alma") 1964
L'eau à la bouche (performer: "L'eau à la bouche") 1960

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Drouot, Alain. "Jazz in Paris: Go-Go-Goraguer: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 16 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Couture, François. "La Planete Sauvage: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 16 April 2011. 

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