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24 Hours in the Life of a Woman (2002 film)

24 Heures de la vie d'une femme
File:24 heures de la vie dune femme poster.jpg
French Poster
Directed by Laurent Bouhnik
Music by Michael Nyman
Release date(s) 8 January 2003 (2003-01-08)
Running time 107 minutes
Country France
Language French

24 Heures de la vie d'une femme is a 2002 film by Laurent Bouhnik, based on the novel 24 Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau by Stefan Zweig. The music is by Michael Nyman, and the album is his 45th.


24 Heures de la vie d'une femme
Michael Nyman
Released 8 January 2003
Recorded April, 2002, Sony Music Stuidos, London
Genre Soundtrack, Contemporary classical
Length 65:06
Label Naïve
Michael Nyman chronology

Facing Goya
24 Heures de la vie d'une femme
Sangam: Michael Nyman Meets Indian Masters

Track listing

No. TitleEnglish Translation Length
1. "Le Récit De Marie"  The Story of Marie 1:54
2. "Prélude"  Prelude 2:00
3. "24 Heures De La Vie D'Une Femme"  24 Hours in the Life of a Woman 2:19
4. "Les Souvenirs De Louis"  Louis' Souvenirs 3:24
5. "Promenade Nocturne – Orchestre"  A Night Walk – Orchestra 2:07
6. "Le Cheval Blanc"  The White Horse 5:26
7. "Jeux Nocturnes"  Night Games 3:22
8. "En Quittant Le Manoir"  Leaving The Manor 2:36
9. "En Découvrant La Côte D'Azur"  Discovering The Riviera 2:28
10. "Le Casino"  The Casino 2:47
11. "Anton Le Flambeur"  Anton The Gambler 3:25
12. "Tentation Et Désespoir"  Temptation And Distress 2:56
13. "Nuit D'Orage"  The Rainstorm 3:56
14. "Amants Passionnés"  Passionate Lovers 2:35
15. "Au Lever Du Jour"  The Morning After 2:43
16. "Le Serment"  The Pledge 3:03
17. "Course Vers La Gare"  Rushing to the Station 1:31
18. "Marie Rejetée"  Marie Is Rejected 5:35
19. "Olivia Sous La Douche"  Olivia in the Shower 2:33
20. "Un Vrai Secret"  A True Secret 3:48
21. "Promenade Nocturne – Piano Et Orchestre"  A Night Walk – Piano And Orchestra 2:07
22. "Epilogue"  Epilogue 2:09


  • Catherine Thompson, violin (leader)
  • Edward Coxon, violin
  • Dermot Crehan, violin
  • Beverley Davison, violin
  • Ian Humphries, violin
  • Philippa Ibbotson, violin
  • Patrick Kiernan, violin
  • Buguslav Kostecki, violin
  • Julian Leaper, violin
  • Perry Montague-Mason, violin
  • Everton Nelson, violin
  • Maciej Rakowski, violin
  • Sonia Slaney, violin
  • Phillip D'Arcy, viola
  • Catherine Musker, viola
  • Andrew Parker, viola
  • Bruce Roberts, viola
  • Rachel Roberts, viola
  • Composed and conducted by Michael Nyman
  • Orchestrated by Gary Carpenter
  • Music consultant: Eduard Dubois
  • Orchestral contractor: Isobel Griffiths
  • Engineer: Austin Ince
  • Assistant engineers: Paul Richardson, Tom Hanan
  • Mastered By Bob Whitney
  • Mixed By Austin Ince, Michael Nyman, Snake Ranch, London, December 2002
  • Mastered by Bob Whitney at Sony Music Studios, London, December 2002
  • Executive producer: Elizabeth Lloyd
  • Production coordinator: Sarah Morley
  • Special thanks: Claude Duvivier, Matthew Freeman, Michael Connell, Emmanuelle Mérand
  • Published by Cehster Music Limited/Michael Nyman Limited 2002
  • Photography: Martial Lorcet
  • Michael Nyman photograph: James Mollison

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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