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Order info: Labels Listing status:. Released: Apr00l Average: no ratings. Tracks 1. Summer 78 [instrumental]. Childhood [part 1]. From prison to hospital. Watching Lara. First rendez-vous. The decant session. Lara's castle. The Deutsch Mark is coming.
I saw daddy today. Birthday preparations. Good bye Lenin. Childhood [part 2]. Mother's journey. Preparations for the last tv fake. Mother will die. Father is late. Father and mother. Finding the money. Summer Data track. Featured tip. Les retrouvailles i. Yann Tiersen. On tour i. Yann Tiersen Shannon Wright. Listeners of this album also listen to Related albums tip. Rue des cascades. Erin Brockovich : Motion picture soundtrack.
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Yann Tiersen: Goodbye Lenin!
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The Amelie music was largely drawn from his four previous albums and reworked for the film, but for Good Bye Lenin , Tiersen has composed an original film soundtrack. As befits two starkly different films, the music is markedly different this time round. Tiersen gave himself three weeks to put together the soundtrack for the award-winning German film. He offsets the more dramatic, strings-laden moments — Dishes and Preparations For The Last TV Fake — with reflective, melancholic pieces played on piano, sometimes with vibraphone, with sample sounds from the film filling in the blanks in the soundscape — such as the enchanting Watching Lara and its variant First Rendez-Vous, and Mother Will Die and Father Is Late. The contrast is stark and inviting.
Yann Tiersen – Goodbye Lenin!
The family undergoes a number of hardships, including the father's escape to the West and the mother's subsequent breakdown. After she recovers, she becomes a fanatic for the Communist regime, until she sees the police beat up Alex at a pro-democracy rally. The shock gives her a heart attack, after which she lapses into a coma; when she revives, the Berlin Wall has fallen. A doctor warns Alex that any more stress could kill her, so he and the rest of the family pretend that they are still living under Communist rule. While no score could convey all of that, Tiersen's music does reflect the hesitancy and delicacy of the family's plight should their illusion be broken, as well as the comedy and the drama that ensue when it seems close to falling apart.
Good Bye Lenin! [Original Soundtrack]