Entertainment Here it all begins: Al.Hy, Igit, Maximilien Philippe ... Talents from The Voice on the soundtrack of the series!
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The Here It All Begins soundtrack is now available on all streaming and download platforms. Among the performers, you will recognize former members of The Voice. A pleasure not to sulk!
Watchingon TF1 from Monday to Friday, you may have heard music that made you vibrate, touched you or worried you… This song has perhaps never left you of the evening, it echoed in your head and you just want to listen to it on repeat! Note that this is now possible since Monday, February 15, 2021 because the soundtrack of the soap opera, simply titled Here everything begins, first year , is finally available on all streaming and download platforms. You will thus find , but also all the original songs, in English and French, which punctuate the intrigues of your favorite heroes of the series on a daily basis.
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Former members of The Voice sing songs Here it all begins
All this music is composed by. The trio is also the initiative of the repertoire of . As for the songs of this soundtrack, you will surely recognize some voices because they are interpreted by artists who are not unknown to TF1 viewers. Thus, among them, you will find former talents of The Voice such as Al.Hy, , and . In order to learn more about this music in Here it all begins , the trio of composers explained to us that . For example, Emmanuel Teyssier ( ) has his own musical theme in order to accompany his machinations. " The motif is quite short, and dark. It is very often played in the bass with instruments like the double bass or the cello, which evoke manipulation. It is quite simple in its construction but strong enough to evoke the Machiavellian side and unhealthy character ", the composer Ben Violet told us.
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Maxime and Salomé have their own song in Here everything begins
Among the songs available, you will be able to listen to the flagship titles of Here everything begins such as Woman (performed by Fränk), which questions on identity, a song often linked to the character of Eliott () or even More Than Friends (performed by Al.Hy), which addresses the eternal subject of the difficulty of moving from friendship to love. This song illustrates the relationship between Salomé and Maxime. There is also Wide open (interpreted by Al.Hy), which evokes, for its part, the mourning, the ruptures and illustrates the story of Célia and Jérémy, but also Good People (interpreted by Igit and Emilie Gassin), which intervenes during the nostalgic scenes and which is a message of fight against gloom, depression, the loss of faith in humanity. Will you be able to dissect them all?
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