Soundtrack for le travelling

The French word coined in the 1920s for a tracking shot in filmmaking is le travelling. This post is a celebration of the sound-track scores written by Kevin E Anderson for a series of films Tony McNeill and Charlie shot on early mobile phones in Paris.

This one, Parcours, is from 2007 and starts with an image of Sartre in the library on la rue Richelieu and travels to Les Halles.
This one, Nuit, is again a series of still images, so strictly speaking is not un travelling. We overlaid the images with lines of verse. Advanced technology back in 2007.
And finally, Foule (crowd), which does have a tracking shot, and was our first moving picture video.