The sublime poetry of Michel Legrand's film music
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In 1964, a French television interviewer asked composer Michel Legrand if writing for film is “sort of like selling your soul.” The occasion was the release that year of director Jacques Demy’s “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” with Legrand’s impeccably crafted, poignantly moving score. At first, Legrand

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