Cold Mountain (soundtrack)
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|Soundtrack album by Various|
|Released||December 9, 2003|
|Producer||T Bone Burnett|
Cold Mountain is the soundtrack for the Civil War film Cold Mountain (2003) starring Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, and Renée Zellweger. The album was nominated for two Grammy Awards and was produced by T Bone Burnett. Two songs were nominated for Academy Awards: "You Will Be My Ain True Love", written by Sting, and "The Scarlet Tide", written by Burnett and Elvis Costello. Both songs were sung by Alison Krauss.
The music on the soundtrack consists of Americana, Appalachian music, roots music, and old country music to accompany the era of the movie. Jack White, of the rock band the White Stripes, performs five songs and appears as a troubadour in the movie.
Awards and honors
- BAFTA Award for Best Film Music, T Bone Burnett, Gabriel Yared
- World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Score of the Year, Gabriel Yared
- Nomination, Academy Award for Best Original Score, Gabriel Yared
- Nomination, Academy Award for Best Original Song, "The Scarlet Tide", written by T Bone Burnett and Elvis Costello, sung by Alison Krauss
- Nomination, Academy Award for Best Original Song, "You Will Be My Ain True Love", written by Sting, sung by Alison Krauss
- Nomination, Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
- Nomination, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, "You Will Be My Ain True Love", Sting, Alison Krauss
performed by Jack White
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Burnett worked for over a year on the soundtrack. Jack White, Sting, and Elvis Costello were commissioned to write tunes for the album. Musician and scholar Tim Eriksen served as consultant for the Sacred Harp portion of the film, and provided the singing voice for the character Stobrod.
|1.||"Wayfaring Stranger"||Traditional||Jack White||4:25|
|2.||"Like a Songbird That Has Fallen"||T Bone Burnett||Reeltime Travelers||3:13|
|3.||"I Wish My Baby Was Born"||Traditional||Riley Baugus/Tim Eriksen/Tim O'Brien||3:09|
|4.||"The Scarlet Tide"||Burnett/Elvis Costello||Alison Krauss||2:59|
|6.||"Sitting on Top of the World"||Lonnie Chatmon/Walter Vinson||White||3:48|
|7.||"Am I Born to Die?"||Traditional||Eriksen||2:32|
|8.||"You Will Be My Ain True Love"||Sting||Krauss||2:31|
|9.||"I'm Going Home"||Traditional||2:18|
|10.||"Never Far Away"||White||White||3:40|
|11.||"Chistmas Time Will Soon Be Over"||Traditional/White||White||3:16|
|12.||"Ruby With the Eyes That Sparkle"||Traditional||Stuart Duncan/Dirk Powell||3:11|
|13.||"Lady Margret"||Traditional||Cassie Franklin||3:02|
|14.||"Great High Mountain"||Traditional||White||4:33|
|17.||"Ada and Inman"||Yared||Yared||5:03|
|19.||"Idumea"||Traditional/Charles Wesley||Sacred Harp Singers||3:18|
- Heidi Andrade – group member
- Roy Andrade – group member
- Riley Baugus – primary artist, vocal harmony
- Norman Blake – arranger, mandolin
- Susan Bohling – Cor Anglais
- Nick Bucknall – clarinet
- T Bone Burnett – arranger, composer, producer
- Simon Chamberlain – piano
- Keith Ciancia – piano
- Dennis Crouch – bass
- Stuart Duncan – fiddle, primary artist, violin
- Tim Eriksen – arranger, primary artist, vocal harmony
- Cassie Franklin – primary artist, vocal harmony
- Brendan Gleeson – vocal harmony
- David Hartley – arranger
- Alison Krauss – engineer, primary artist
- Anthony Minghella – arranger, executive producer
- Bob Neuwirth – associate producer
- Tim O'Brien – primary artist
- Dirk Powell – arranger, banjo, primary artist
- Reeltime Travelers – primary artist
- Sacred Harp Singers – primary artist
- Martha Scanlan – group member
- David Schnaufer – dulcimer
- Thomas Sneed – group member
- Ralph Stanley – arranger
- Sting – arranger, composer, vocal harmony
- Brandon Story – group member
- David Theodore – oboe
- Martin Tillman – cello
- Patrick Warren – harmonium
- Cheryl White – vocal harmony
- Jack White – arranger, composer, guitar, primary artist
- Rolf Wilson – violin
- Gabriel Yared – composer, orchestration, piano, primary artist, producer
|BAFTA Award for Best Film Music
Diarios de motocicleta
(The Motorcycle Diaries)
|World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Soundtrack
War of the Worlds
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