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3.9 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

arrivedercibaby ,

Complete Soundtrack...

While Alexandre Desplat's original score is beautiful in itself, here is the list of the primary classical pieces used in the film (and not included on the soundtrack above):

1. Tavener: Funeral Canticle (Excerpt)
2. Preisner: Life: Lacrimosa - Day Of Tears
3. Tavener: Resurrection in Hades
4. Respighi: Suite III: Siciliana. Andantino
5. Holst: Hymn to Dionysus
6. Smetana: Má Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau River)
7. Górecki: Symphony No.3: Il Lento E Largo
8. Couperin: 6e Ordre No. 5 - Les Baricades Mistérieuses
9. Berlioz: Agnus Dei
10. Patrick Cassidy: Funeral March

Cheers all!

tijn2001 ,

false advertising

as much as I appreciate Alexander Desplat's work, I think it's bad business to put the title of the movie on an album and then sell a whole bunch of music which was barely in the film. the music that people remember from the film was written by Mahler, Holst, Respighi, Smetana, Brahms, Gorecki, and Zbigniew Preisner. among others. Desplat's music barely made it in the film. so while I understand film music fans wanting to hear Desplat's score, it would be nice if the studio tried to compile some kind of complication soundtrack with the music that was *really* in the film.

mgallegos70 ,

To complete the soundtrack

If you are looking for the rest of the music in this film, try "Requiem for my friend" by Zbigniew Preisner´s. You´ll find the version of "Lacrimosa" included in the film.

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