|1.||The Song of Names for Violin and Cantor||Howard Shore & Ray Chen & Daniel Mutlu||3:17|
|2.||London Debut 1951||Howard Shore||1:17|
|3.||They Have To Be Told||Howard Shore||1:23|
|4.||Play for the Ashes||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||0:42|
|5.||For His Father||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:28|
|7.||Paganini: 24 Caprices for Violin, Op. 1, MS. 25: No. 9 in E Major "La Chasse"||Ray Chen||3:07|
|8.||Warsaw 1986||Howard Shore||2:14|
|9.||Family Portrait||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:17|
|10.||The Asylum||Howard Shore||0:39|
|11.||Synagogue 1947||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:06|
|12.||Treblinka Memorial||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:30|
|13.||Farewell Anna||Howard Shore||0:45|
|14.||J.S. Bach: Partita for Violin No. 2, BWV 1004: 2. Courante||Ray Chen||2:52|
|15.||Seeking the Gagliano||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||0:55|
|16.||Crown Heights||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:13|
|17.||Brooklyn Piers||Howard Shore||0:43|
|18.||Stoke Newington||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||1:42|
|19.||The Song of Names Prayer||Howard Shore & Daniel Mutlu||2:33|
|20.||It Ended in Silence||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||4:24|
|21.||Dovidl's Letter||Howard Shore||1:37|
|22.||The Song of Names for Violin and Orchestra||Howard Shore & Ray Chen||3:01|
Decca Records presents the soundtrack album for the movie The Song of Names. The album contains the film’s score composed by Howard Shore. The title song by Jeffrey Caine and Daniel Mutlu is also in this album.
Decca Records presents the soundtrack album for the movie The Song of Names. The album contains the film’s score composed by Howard Shore. The title song by Jeffrey Caine and Daniel Mutlu is also in this album. Ray Chen is the featured solo violinist.
The soundtrack is available digitally on December 13, 2019.
A CD version is also available for pre-order on Amazon.
The Song of Names is directed by François Girard with Tim Roth, Clive Owen, Catherine McCormack, Jonah Hauer-King, Gerran Howell, Luke Doyle and Misha Handley.
Martin Simmonds (Tim Roth) has been haunted throughout his life by the mysterious disappearance of his “brother” and extraordinary best friend, a Polish Jewish virtuoso violinist, Dovidl Rapaport, who vanished shortly before the 1951 London debut concert that would have launched his brilliant career.
Thirty-five years later, Martin discovers that Dovidl (Clive Owen) may still be alive, and sets out on an obsessive intercontinental search to find him and learn why he left…
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