Éric Demarsan

Éric Demarsan (born 2 October 1938), also known as Éric de Marsanis, is a French film score composer.

After working as arranger for composers Michel Magne then François de Roubaix (including on Le Samouraï) he scored L'Armée des ombres (aka Army of Shadows) in 1969 then Le Cercle rouge (aka The red circle) in 1970, both by director Jean-Pierre Melville.

After that, he scored numerous movies for other great directors like Jean-Pierre Mocky, Costa-Gavras or Patrice Leconte.

Éric Demarsan also composed many songs, the Pop Symphony album under pseudonym Jason Havelock, as well as some musics for sound and light shows.

Since 2000 he works frequently with director Guillaume Nicloux and then Hervé Hadmar.

Source: Article "Éric Demarsan" from Wikipedia in english, licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0.
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Birthdate: 2nd October, 1938
Birthplace: Paris, France

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