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Ratatouille (An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack)
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Michael Giacchino did a bang-up job on his first major film gig, The Incredibles, directed by Brad Bird. In 2007, Giacchino and Bird reunited for another Pixar project, Ratatouille, which tells the story of Remy, a rat with dreams of becoming a great chef. Ratatouille is set in Paris and Giacchino looks to French music for inspiration. The soundtrack opens with its only vocal piece, Le Festin, which is sung by Camille Dalmais. The next track, Welcome to Gusteau’s, starts off by quoting the French national anthem, La Marseillaise, before moving on to an accordion-led waltz

This is an excellent score from Michael Giacchino. The first two tracks capture the romance of the setting of France perfectly. Camille has a sexy singing voice on the track "Le Festina". Welcome To Gusteau's" is a warm and inviting track. I love the accordion playing here. I love the jazzy sound of the track "Cast Of Cooks" The sax playing is cool and slick. I recall first getting to know Michael Giacchino through the score of THE INCREDIBLES, another Disney/Pixar masterpiece. I thought his music was quirky, light-hearted and expressive, but nonetheless did not impress me much. This time around, Giacchino has a brilliant story/medium on which to write his score, and he took every advantage of it. Frenchy, exciting, appetizing and at its heart - touching - Giacchino ought to be very proud of his achievement for RATATOUILLE.

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Composer Michael Giacchino reunites with director Brad Bird on Ratatouille, whose lively and endlessly inventive soundtrack strikes a perfect balance between the old European drama of Ennio Morricone and the unhinged whimsy of Raymond Scott. Like an Old World version of Giacchino 's jazz-infused, comic-book-kissed score for The Incredibles, Ratatouille is both elegant and mad, built around a sweet and playful theme called "Le Festin," which is presented both instrumentally and vocally (sung by the charming French star Camille ) and is as timeless as the dish for which the film.

By Michael Giacchino. More by Michael Giacchino. Spider-Man: Far from Home (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Bad Times at the El Royale (Original Motion Picture Score). Sale temps à l'hôtel El Royale (Original Motion Picture Score). Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Superotbasy 2. More Michael Giacchino. Listen to Ratatouille (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) now. Listen to Ratatouille (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the movie Ratatouille composed by Michael Giacchino, released by Walt Disney Records in 2007. It's hard to believe that it's been three years since Michael Giacchino took to the Pixar recording studio to musically usher in The Incredibles to movie theatres. Brad Bird's Pixar movies are unlikely to become the highest grossing the studio has to offer even if they are some of the best - but then again, it's all relative.

As an stand-alone listening experience, RATATOUILLE is great music if you plan a zany, little picnic in a secluded meadow. No doubt, it is an interesting listen and showcases the wisdom of Brad Bird and the diversity of Michael Giacchino. Still, RATATOUILLE's soundtrack is more like the dish it's named after, "a peasant's dish," mixed, quaint and satisfying, than it is a 12-course, gourmet feast. by stetv6503 Jul, 2010

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Le Festin
Accordion – Frank MaroccoContractor – Hal Beckett , Reggie WilsonDrums – Graham BoyleElectric Bass – Abraham LaborielGuitar – George DoeringMixed By – Dan WallinPercussion – Jack DuncanPerformer – CamillePiano – Bill SampleRecorded By – Dan Wallin, Paul SilveiraTranslated By [French Translation By] – Boualem LamheneWritten-By, Producer – Michael Giacchino
2 Welcome To Gusteau's
3 "This Is Me."
4 Granny Get Your Gun
5 100 Rat Dash
6 Wall Rat
7 Cast Of Cooks
8 A Real Gourmet Kitchen
9 Souped Up
10 Is It Soup Yet?
11 A New Deal
12 Remy Drives A Linguini
13 Colette Shows Him Le Ropes
14 Special Order
15 Kiss & Vinegar
16 Losing Control
17 Heist To See You
18 The Paper Chase
19 Remy's Revenge
20 Abandoning Ship
21 Dinner Rush
22 Anyone Can Cook
23 End Creditouilles
24 Ratatouille Main Titles


  • Accordion, Musette – Frank Marocco
  • Art Direction [Creative Direction] – Steve Gerdes
  • Bassoon [Principal], Contrabassoon [Principal] – Peter Mandell
  • Bassoon, Contrabassoon – Andrew Radford*
  • Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Contrabass Clarinet [B-flat Contrabass Clarinet] – John J. Mitchell*
  • Cello – Daniel Smith , Kevan Torfeh, Matthew Cooker, Richard Naill, Stefanie Fife, Steven Richards*, Suzie Katayama, Timothy Landauer*, Vahe Hayrikyan*, Victor Lawrence
  • Cello [Principal] – Larry Corbett
  • Clarinet [Principal], Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute, Bass Flute – Michael Vaccaro
  • Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Robert Carr*
  • Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tin Whistle [Pennywhistle], Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Don Markese
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Gene Cipriano
  • Concertmaster – Clayton Haslop
  • Contractor [Assistant Music Contractor] – Connie Boyland
  • Contractor [Music Contractor] – Reggie Wilson
  • Coordinator [Music Production Coordinator] – Lydia Paweski
  • Copyist [Supervising Music Copyist] – Booker White
  • Crew [Recording Crew] – Brian Van Leer, Brooks Fallin, Bryan Clements, David Marquette, Gabriel Wallach, Greg Dennen, Greg Loskorn, Jonathan Belzley, Mark Eshelman, Rob Stefanson, Ryan Robinson
  • Design [Album Designed By] – Mike Lohr
  • Design [Cover] – Harley Jessup
  • Directed By [Music Production Director] – Andrew Page
  • Double Bass – Charles Nenneker, Edward Meares, Karl Vincent, Nico Abondolo, Norman Ludwin, Peter Doubrovsky, Richard Feves, Sarah Mandell, Timothy Emmons*
  • Double Bass [Principal] – David Stone*
  • Drums, Percussion – Harvey Mason
  • Edited By [Assistant Music Editors] – Alan Schlaifer, Paul Apelgren
  • Edited By [Music Editor] – Stephen M. Davis
  • Electric Bass – Abraham Laboriel
  • Executive Producer [Executive Music Producer] – Chris Mantan
  • Flute [Principal], Piccolo Flute, Whistling, Bass Flute, Alto Flute – Robert Shulgold
  • Flute, Clarinet, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Richard Mitchell*
  • French Horn – Brian O'Connor , Diane Muller, Joseph Meyer*, John Reynolds*, Kurt Snyder
  • French Horn [Principal] – Richard Todd
  • Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo – George Doering
  • Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, Mandolin – Carl Verheyen
  • Harmonica – Tommy Morgan
  • Harp – Gayle Levant
  • Liner Notes – Brad Bird
  • Mastered By – Gavin Lurssen
  • Music By – Michael Giacchino
  • Oboe [Principal], English Horn [Principal], Clarinet, Flute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Bass Flute, Alto Flute – John Yoakum
  • Oboe, English Horn, Flute, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute, Bass Flute – Joseph Stone
  • Orchestra – Le Rat Band
  • Orchestrated By [Additional Orchestrations] – Jack J. Hayes*, Larry Kenton
  • Orchestrated By, Conductor – Tim Simonec
  • Other [Executive Music Assistant] – Jill Heffley
  • Other [Music Business Affairs] – Donna Cole-Brulé
  • Other [Music/creative Marketing] – Glen Lajeski
  • Other [Orchestral Trainees] – Brad Lewis, Roger Guyett
  • Percussion – Alex Neciosup-Acuna*, Bernard Dresel*, Emil Radocchia, Michael Englander*
  • Percussion [Principal] – Daniel Greco
  • Percussion, Timpani – Donald Williams*
  • Piano, Celesta – Mark Gasbarro
  • Producer [Music Production Assistant] – Siobhan Sullivan
  • Recorded By [Recordist] – Adam Michalak
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Dan Wallin
  • Score [Score Assistant] – Andrea Datzman
  • Supervised By [Midi Supervision], Engineer [Midi Preparation] – Chad Seiter
  • Supervised By [Music Production Supervisor] – Paul Cichocki
  • Supervised By [Music Supervisor] – Tom MacDougall
  • Trombone [Principal], Bass Trombone [Principal] – Alexander Iles*
  • Trombone, Bass Trombone – Alan Kaplan, Kenneth Kugler*
  • Trombone, Trombone [Contrabass], Bass Trombone – William Reichenbach*
  • Trumpet [Principal], Flugelhorn [Principal] – Rick Baptist
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn – David Washburn, Jeff Bunnell, Jon Lewis, Paul Salvo , Wayne Bergeron
  • Tuba [Principal], Trombone [Cimbasso, Principal], Tuba [F] – John Van Houten, Jr.*
  • Tuba, Trombone [Cimbasso] – Norman Pearson
  • Viola – Andrew Picken, Caroline Buckman, David Stenske, David Walther, Evan Wilson, Harry Shirinian, Jorge Moraga, Karen Elaine*, Karie Prescott, Marda Todd, Maria Newman, Richard Rintoul, Shanti Randall
  • Viola [Principal] – Darrin McCann
  • Violin – Alan Grunfeld, Alyssa Park, Armen Garabedian, Barbra Porter, Cameron Patrick, Charles Everett, Charles Bisharat*, Debra Price, Ezra Kliger, Galina Golovin, Gina Kronstadt, Haim Shtrum, Harris Goldman, James Sitterly, Jean Sudbury, Joel Derouin, John Wittenberg, Julian Hallmark, Kristin Fife*, Laurence Greenfield*, Michael Markman, Miriam Mayer, Norman Hughes, Olivia Yi Tsui*, Patricia Johnson*, Peter Kent , Razdan Kuymjian*, Rebecca Bunnell, Robert Brousseu, Robert Matsuda, Robin Olson, Ron Clark, Sara Parkins, Shalini Vijayan, Shari Zippert, Sid Page, Songa Lee-Kitto, Sungil Lee, Terence Glenny*, Tibor Zelig, Vladimir Polimatidi
  • Violin [Principal 2nd] – Kenneth Yerke


Music recorded and mixed at Sony Pictures Scoring Stage, Warner Bros. Eastwood Scoring Stage, and Armoury Studios.
Album mastered at Lurssen Mastering.

All score published by Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI)/Pixar Music (BMI)

Camille appears courtesy of EMI Music France/Virgin Music division.

℗ 2007 Walt Disney Records/Pixar
© 2007 Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar

100% genuine live analog music! No samples, loops or any other musical shortcuts were used in the production of this soundtrack.

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D000050102 Michael Giacchino Ratatouille (An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album) Walt Disney Records D000050102 US 2007
094639719624 Michael Giacchino Ratatouille (An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album) Walt Disney Records 094639719624 Europe 2007
MOND-117 Michael Giacchino Ratatouille (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(2xLP, Album, Bla) Mondo MOND-117 US 2017
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