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On leaving the Conservatoire in 1853, Saint-Saëns accepted the post of organist at the ancient Parisian church of Saint-Merri near the Hôtel de Ville . The parish was substantial, with 26,000 parishioners; in a typical year there were more than two hundred weddings, the organist's fees from which, together with fees for funerals and his modest basic stipend, gave Saint-Saëns a comfortable income. [27] The organ, the work of François-Henri Clicquot , had been badly damaged in the aftermath of the French Revolution and imperfectly restored. The instrument was adequate for church services but not for the ambitious recitals that many high-profile Parisian churches offered. [28] With enough spare time to pursue his career as a pianist and composer, Saint-Saëns composed what became his opus 2, the Symphony in E ♭ (1853). [24] This work, with military fanfares and augmented brass and percussion sections, caught the mood of the times in the wake of the popular rise to power of Napoleon III and the restoration of the French Empire . [29] The work brought the composer another first prize from the Société Sainte-Cécile. [30]

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The film's original score was composed by Armand Amar with one track written by Radu Mihăileanu ("Le Trou Normand"). The musical work which has a central role in the film and is played during the final scene is the Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35 by Tchaikovsky . [5] Classical selections by Mahler , Mendelssohn , Mozart and Khachaturian are also included on the soundtrack.

 A working-class baladi  (wedding) in central Cairo is possibly the finest exhibition of spontaneous musical theatre. First comes the Hassabala troupe, bugles and trumpets blaring (a style inspired by imperial British marching bands), who form a circle of thundering wooden drums. Into this vortex of chanting rhythm go the whirling dancers and a stick-cracking folklore troupe from Upper Egypt.

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Charles- Camille Saint-Saëns (French: [ʃaʁl kamij sɛ̃sɑ̃s]; 9 October 1835 – 16 December 1921) was a French composer, organist, conductor and pianist of the ...

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