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Chocolat soundtrack


Chocolat (2000)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 69699894722
Label: Sony Classical
Label number: SK 89472
Running time: 41m40s
Shipping date: January 9th, 2001
Original score by Rachel Portman
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  Minor Swing - Django Reinhardt / Stephane Grappelli [2:14]
2. Main Titles [3:08]
3. The Story of Grandmere [4:09]
4. Vianne Sets Up Shop [1:59]
5. Three Woman [1:02]
...see complete tracklist
Trivia
Oscar-nominated score

Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I was wondering who actually performed the first track "Minor Swing" (from Travis in Eugene, Oregon, USA)
A: Michael Ross, say the credits (thanks to grr, zimbabweadd more info

Q: What is the song playing while Johnny Depp and Juliette are dancing, and who sings it? (from diana in white rock bc canada)
A: "Caravan." Last track on CD. (thanks to neenah, brasiladd more info

Q: What's the song playing in the final scene, the one when there's a party and Alfred Molina smiles to Juliette Binoche!?
...from SARA in Italy, Milan (answer SARA's question)

Q: What's the song playing when they first have a party on the boat and Depp plays the guitar? (from aimee in Australia)
A: "Minor Swing" I think... (thanks to Francesca, Belgiumadd more info

Q: What piece is Johnny Depp playing when Vianne comes to give him an invitation?? She said that her mother used to sing it.
...from Carpol in Poland (answer Carpol's question)

Q: What song is playing in the boat scene when Vianne and Roux are slow dancing?  (from jellybean in Portland, OR)
A: It's called "Caravan" (thanks to cherrybomb, germanyadd more info

Q: What's the name of the main track heard in the movie?
...from neville in rsa (answer neville's question)


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