Zbigniew Preisner

Trois Couleurs: Bleu [Original Film Soundtrack]

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Composed by longtime collaborator Zbigniew Preisner (The Secret Garden, Damage), the score for legendary Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski's 1993 film about the soft-spoken wife of a recently deceased classical composer features symphonic choral works by the composer character, as well as longing, piano-centric accompaniment for a grieving widow with secrets and a struggle with identity. Wistful or flamboyant, depending on which character it represents, the music earned Preisner Golden Globe and César nominations and a Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award. It was performed by the Silesian Philharmonic Choir and Warsaw's Sinfonia Varsovia, conducted by Wojciech Michniewski.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
Bleu
1 5:17
2 2:05
3 0:32
4 0:34
5 0:58
6 0:51
7 0:23
8 0:52
9 1:46
10 1:07
11 1:18
12 0:23
13 1:59
14 1:48
15 0:44
16 2:21
17 0:25
18 0:39
19 2:01
20 1:40
21 1:11
22 6:50
23 2:06
24 1:15
25 1:28
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