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The Hours (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The Hours is the original soundtrack album, on the Elektra/Nonesuch label, of the 2002 film The Hours, starring Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore. The original score was composed by Philip Glass.
Not all of the music in the film was composed specifically for it: earlier music by Glass, including a theme from his opera Satyagraha, was also featured and credited separately at the end of the film.
The album won the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music. It was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score, the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score and the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media.
Michael Riesman and Nico Muhly arranged the soundtrack for piano solo. This score was published in 2003 as a 64-paged book containing most of the tracks.
Satie: The Early Piano Works
Reinbert de Leeuw
The Piano: Music From The Motion Picture
Pärt: Tabula Rasa; Fratres; Symphony No. 3
Einaudi: Piano Music
Jeroen van Veen
Angels & Insects
Bryars: The Sinking Of The Titanic
Gavin Bryars Ensemble
Pieces of Africa
Pieces of Africa is a 1992 studio album by the Kronos Quartet, containing works commissioned by the quartet, written by seven African composers.
Gurdjieff, Tsabropoulos: Chants, Hymns And Dances
We Were Trees
Pärt: Pilgrim's Song
Evocaciones: Floraleda Sacchi plays Claudia Montero
Spring One - Vivaldi Recomposed - The Four Seasons
Arvo Part: Choral Works
Character is the fourth full-length album by Canadian cellist Julia Kent, released on The Leaf Label on 4 March 2013.
Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Pärt: Spiegel im Spiegel
Skempton: Well, well Cornelius
Henryk Górecki: Miserere
John Nelson/ Lucy Ding/Chicago Symphony Chorus
Harmonic Development: The Complete Harmonium Recordings 1948-49
George Ivanovich Gurdjieff
Riley: The Harp of New Albion
Cage: Cheap Imitation - Souvenir - Dream
The Chopin Project
Ólafur Arnalds & Alice Sara Ott
Struggle For Pleasure
Lion (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Dustin O'Halloran & Hauschka
Youth (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Concert In Athens
World To Come
Des Plumes Dans La Tête
Pride And Prejudice: Original Soundtrack
Epigraphs is an album by Norwegian pianist Ketil Bjørnstad with American cellist David Darling recorded in 1998 and released on the ECM label in 2000. Tracks from this album were used as part of the soundtrack of Jean-Luc Godard's film In Praise of Love.
The Garden Of Mirrors
The Garden of Mirrors is an album by Stephan Micus, released by the ECM label. It was recorded in 1995–1996 and released the following year. It follows the tradition of all of Micus's earlier works in that he plays all of the instruments: he also provides all of the voices for the 20-man chorus in three of the tracks.
Micus's inspiration for this album was two traditional low-range West African harps that he studied in Gambia: the bolombatto and the sinding. When playing these two instruments, Micus claims to have identified with early African American music, which they influenced, claiming that the bassline in jazz was influenced by these harps. Other instruments used by Micus include steel drums and four different flutes: the Japanese shakuhachi, the Balinese suling, the Irish tin whistle, and the Egyptian ney.
Otte: Das Buch der Klänge (The Book of Sounds) / Stundenbuch (Book of Hours) / Face à Face
Max Richter: Piano Works
Our Lady Of Late
Lute Music (16Th-17Th Centuries) - Dowland, J. / Marchant, J. / Robinson, T. / Heckel, W. / Milano, F. Da / Arpinus, J.
Shostakovich: Violin Sonata - Penderecki: Cadenza for Solo Violin - Pärt: Spiegel in Spiegel - Schnittke: Violin Sonata & Stille Nacht
If Grief Could Wait
Searching for roots - Music from Estonia
Paavo Järvi/Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
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