The Red Violin (soundtrack)
|The Red Violin|
|Soundtrack album by John Corigliano|
|John Corigliano chronology|
The Red Violin is the original soundtrack album, on the Sony Classical label, of the 1999 film The Red Violin (original title: Le violon rouge), starring Carlo Cecchi, Sandra Oh and Samuel L. Jackson. The original score and songs were composed by John Corigliano and performed by Philharmonia Orchestra with Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting.
The album won the Academy Award for Best Original Score and was nominated for a Grammy Award: Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (lost to the score of A Bug's Life).
- Anna's Theme 2:50
- Main Title 2:42
- Death of Anna 1:44
- Birth of the Red Violin 3:05
- The Red Violin 1:34
- The Monastery 1:06
- Kaspar's Audition; Journey to Vienna 2:38
- Etudes; Death of Kaspar 2:38
- The Gypsies; Journey Across Europe 2:07
- Pope's Gypsy Cadenza 1:37
- Coitus Musicalis; Victoria's Departure 4:40
- Pope's Concert 1:22
- Pope's Betrayal 3:00
- Journey to China 4:10
- People's Revolution; Death of Chou Yuan 3:15
- Morritz Discovers the Red Violin 3:38
- Morritz's Theme 1:54
- The Theft 2:10
- End Titles 1:46
- "The Red Violin" - Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra 17:37
Violin Solo: Joshua Bell
La vita è bella
(Life Is Beautiful)
Musical or Comedy Score:
Shakespeare in Love
|Academy Award for Best Original Score
Wo hu cang long
(Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
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- Grove, Jeff (July–August 1999). "The Saga of The Red Violin". American Record Guide: 21.