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Originally used as music to inspire the creative team, Mario Leblanc's "Androgyne" was ultimately chosen for the soundtrack to the film Glimpses. Normand Roger and his collaborators (Pierre Yves Drapeau and Yves Chartrand), who designed the film's sound, then adapted Leblanc's piece.
A renowned composer and sound designer, Normand Roger designed the sound for the Oceania pavilion at the 1998 World Expo in Lisbon, although he is known chiefly for his work in animated film. Since the early 1970s, he has created the soundtracks of over 200 animated shorts, 13 of them Oscar® nominees, and 6 of them winners of the famous statuette.