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Who is Alain Romans?
Alain Romans was a French jazz composer. He studied in Leipzig, Berlin, and Paris. His teachers included Vincent d'Indy. He later worked with Josephine Baker and Django Reinhardt.
- also known as A. Romans; Romans, Alain; Al. Romans
- born in (111 years ago) in Poland
- nationality: France
- profession: Composer, film score composer
- member of musical group Michel Warlop et son orchestre
- died in (28 years ago)
- genre: Film score
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by Laurence Raw
Music: Alain Romans. Cast: Jacques Tati (M. Hulot), Nathalie Pascaud (Martine), Michele Rolla (The Aunt), Raymond Carl (The Waiter), Lucien Frégis (The Hotel Proprietor). Tati's classic slapstick comedy of an innocent man encountering all ...
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