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TEXAS BEFORE THE ALAMO FILM WILL BE RELEASED AS A 6-HOUR / 3-PART MINI-SERIES FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION IN THE US & MEXICO IN 2015.
THE FILM, BOOK & MUSIC SOUNDTRACK WILL LAUNCH SIMULTANEOUSLY TO COINCIDE WITH THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE NOMINATION OF THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS.
 
THE FILM AND MUSIC SOUNDTRACK ARE NOT-FOR-PROFIT MEDIA CONTENT INTENDED TO RAISE FUNDS
FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION, EDUCATION AND TO ADVANCE THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE TRUE SHARED  HISTORY OF TEXAS & MEXICO.

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Music Soundtrack

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This photo was taken during filming at the actual site of La Salle's doomed French colony
Fort Saint Louis, on the Texas Gulf Coast.

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MAKING OF THE MUSIC FOR TEXAS BEFORE THE ALAMO

 

Bill Millet and Louis-Marie Fardet incorporated Live Baroque Music Performances into the Film that were part of the acting scenes and the soundtrack.  Although no one is sure if Robert La Salle - the vaunted French explorer - was musical, his performances on the Baroque Cello in the Film could have been truly accurate, regarding the Degree of Culture, Fashion and Taste that Louis XIV, the "Sun King" had an obsession with conveying as his instrument to "cultureize" the New World.  Via his intentional manipulation of La Salle, King Louis XIV and the French Culture he represented was to shine before the whole World in "Texas Before The Alamo".  

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