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Jean-Yves d'Angelo, after graduating from the prestigious École Normale de Musique de Paris in the late 1970s, first gained prominence as a pianist and accompanist for many of France's leading pop stars and jazz singers, including Johnny Hallyday and Charles Aznavour. He was also a member of the three piece musical group Preface and recorded several albums as a solo artist. But in 1988 his focus turned to composing and performing music, typically keyboard and jazz-based, for feature films and numerous television programs. His first work was for the gritty noirish erotic thriller "Evidence of Love," which proved to be a fitting vehicle for d'Angelo's jazz-inspired sounds. Next, he provided a more urban, funky score for the comedy sequel "Black Mic Mac 2," about a group of African immigrants living in Paris who are being harassed by a white cop trying to retrieve a jacket containing a winning lottery ticket. D'Angelo worked on the comedy hit "Camping" (2006) and its 2010 sequel, "Camping 2," both directed by Fabien Onteniente. And he also collaborated with filmmaker Claude Berri on the director's last two feature films, 2007's "Ensemble, C'est Tout," starring Audrey Tautou, and "Trésor" (2009). In...

Jean-Yves d'Angelo, after graduating from the prestigious École Normale de Musique de Paris in the late 1970s, first gained prominence as a pianist and accompanist for many of France's leading pop stars and jazz singers, including Johnny Hallyday and Charles Aznavour. He was also a member of the three piece musical group Preface and recorded several albums as a solo artist. But in 1988 his focus turned to composing and performing music, typically keyboard and jazz-based, for feature films and numerous television programs. His first work was for the gritty noirish erotic thriller "Evidence of Love," which proved to be a fitting vehicle for d'Angelo's jazz-inspired sounds. Next, he provided a more urban, funky score for the comedy sequel "Black Mic Mac 2," about a group of African immigrants living in Paris who are being harassed by a white cop trying to retrieve a jacket containing a winning lottery ticket. D'Angelo worked on the comedy hit "Camping" (2006) and its 2010 sequel, "Camping 2," both directed by Fabien Onteniente. And he also collaborated with filmmaker Claude Berri on the director's last two feature films, 2007's "Ensemble, C'est Tout," starring Audrey Tautou, and "Trésor" (2009). In addition, he scored music for the television movie "Château en Suéde," featuring Jeanne Moreau and the late Guillaume Depardieu, and for the short-lived medical drama "Fabien Cosma."

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