SOUNDTRACKS
THREE COLOURS BLUE
Label: MK2 Music
Cat No: 834510612-2

THREE COLOURS BLUE
Krzysztof Kieslowski

1. Song for the Unification of Europe (Patrice's version)
2. Van Den Budenmayer- Funeral Music (winds)
3. Julie - Glimpses of Burial
4. Reprise - First appearance
5. The Battle of Carnival and Lent
6. Reprise - Julie with Olivier
7. Ellipsis 1
8. First flute
9. Julie - in her new apartment
10. Reprise - Julie on the stairs
11. Second flute
12. Ellipsis 2
13. Van Den Budenmayer - Funeral Music (organ)
14. Van Den Budenmayer - Funeral Music (full orchestra)
15. The Battle of Carnival and Lent II
16. Reprise - flute (closing credits version)
17. Ellipsis 3
18. Olivier's theme - piano
19. Olivier and Julie - Trial composition
20. Olivier's theme - finale
21. Bolero - Trailer for "Red" film
22. Song for the Unification of Europe Julie's version (film)
23. Closing credits
24. Reprise - organ
25. Bolero - "Red" film
Orchestra Sinfonia Varsovia & The Silesia Philharmonic Choir
Conductor Wojciech Michniewski
Soloists Elzbieta Towarnicka - soprano
Jacek Ostaszewski - recorder
Konrad Mastylo - piano
Beata Rybotycka - voice

Three Colours Blue, the first in Kieslowski's trilogy exploring the themes of Freedom, Equality and Brotherhood, stars Juliette Binoche as a young woman who loses her composer husband and their child in a car crash but slowly rebuilds her life through the healing force of music and the gift of creativity.

The music was recorded by Rafal Paczkowski at Studio S4, Polish Radio, Warsaw and the soundtrack album was first released in 1993 on Virgin. The album is now released on MK2 Music and is distributed worldwide by MK2 Music / Harmonia Mundi.

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TWILIGHT
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TWILIGHT

1. Winter in Morgins
2. Transient
3. To lose a friend
4 Time machine
5. Bobowa’s memories
6 Spring in Jamna
7. Autumn
8. Summer in Gennadi
9. Twilight
Orchestra
Conductor
Soloists Dominik Wania- piano
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