A few months ago, we were able to attend the recording of the original soundtrack of Part 2 of Lupine. We tell you everything!
A few days ago, the release date and the first photos of season 2 of Locke and Key on Netflix were revealed. And today, part 2 of Lupine with Omar Sy is finally available on the platform! The first part of the series was released on January 8 and was a worldwide success. And good news for the fans, “France’s most wanted gentleman is back” ! But behind this season 2 of Lupine, hides Mathieu Lamboley who composed the entire soundtrack. At melty, we were able to attend the recording of the last 7 minutes of the final episode which took place at the Studio of the National Orchestra of Ile-de-France (ONDIF), in Alfortville and brought together nearly 80 musicians. We tell you everything!
The composer Mathieu in the middle of the musicians – Credit (s): O. Panier des Touches
In the room, not a noise. Mathieu Lamboley stands in the middle of the orchestra, the images of the episode are broadcast next to him. All the musicians are waiting for his signal. The orchestra is made up of strings (violins, cellos, double basses, violas), brass (trumpets, bodies, trombones, tuba), winds (transverse flutes, oboes, clarinets…) and modern percussions. Suddenly, Mathieu launches the start. The music gradually shows, the rhythm picks up and the tension mounts. Upstairs, in the control room, Clément the sound editor, gives a lot of information via a microphone. Mathieu Lamboley wonderfully retransmits the suspense of the last few minutes, the music fits perfectly to the world of Arsène Lupine, a music reminiscent of the old black and white detective films of the time. As pointed out in the press release: “For Lupine, Mathieu Lamboley frees himself from all musical genres and writes a unique and grandiose score. Mixing classical orchestra and hip hop rhythm, he marvelously transcribes the atmosphere of the series which brings Maurice Leblanc’s character back to life in our time”. So don’t hesitate to strain your ears while you watch Lupine, you won’t regret it! And if not, Netflix has unveiled the titles and number of episodes for Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy.