Stéphane Meer (born October 5, 1951 in Paris) is a French composer of film scores. He wrote music for TV series and feature films such as Pondichéry, dernier comptoir des Indes, L'ami du jardin, Too Pure and Tristan et Iseult. Meer first studied guitar and piano, and later drums and violin. After studying classical, contemporary and jazz harmony, he began working in 1986 with Bruno Gaumetou
Cinematography by. Pierre Fattori. Casting By. Arnaud Esterez. Production Design by. Dominique Boccarossa.
L'Ami du peuple (French:, The Friend of the People) was a newspaper written by Jean-Paul Marat during the French Revolution. The most celebrated radical paper of the Revolution", according to historian Jeremy D. Popkin, L’Ami du peuple was a vocal advocate for the rights of the lower classes against those Marat believed to be enemies of the people, which he had no hesitation mentioning in his writings
L'ami du jardin ( 1999 ). L'ami Du Jardin.
Stéphane Meer - Primary Artist
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