René Aubry

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René Aubry
Birth name René Aubry
Born 1956 (age 58–59)
Genres Classical, incidental
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, banjo, accordion
Labels Wagram

René Aubry is a French composer born in 1956. He is a multi-instrumentalist known for blending classical harmonies with modern instrumentation. Aubry has composed for choreographers such as Carolyn Carlson, Pina Bausch and Philippe Genty. He has also scored for films and released many of his own albums.[1]

He also composed the music for the 2009 animated film The Gruffalo and its 2011 sequel The Gruffalo's Child, as well as 2012's Room on the Broom.

In addition, his music was often heard in a Greek comic-satirical TV series "Οι Στάβλοι της Εριέτας Ζαΐμη".


●René Aubry (1983)Self-released


  • Libre parcours (1988)
  • Derives (1989)
  • Steppe (1990)
  • La révolte des enfants (1991)
  • Après la pluie (1993)
  • Killer Kid (1994)
  • Ne m'oublie pas (1995)
  • Signes (1997)
  • Plaisirs d'amour (1998)
  • Invités sur la terre (2001)
  • Seuls au monde (2003)
  • Projection privée (2004)
  • Mémoires du futur (2006)
  • Play time (2008)
  • Refuges (2011)
  • Forget Me Not (2013)
  • Days (2014)



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