Full Official Synopsis For 'To The Wonder' Revealed, Plus Soundtrack Details Including Songs By St. Vincent, Olga Kurylenko & More

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by Kevin Jagernauth
August 31, 2012 5:09 PM
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“Now Now”
Written by Anne Clark
Performed by St. Vincent

“Quadrospazzed”
Written and Performed by Thee Oh Sees

“Fratres for Eight Cellos”
Composed by Arvo Part
Performed by Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
Conducted by Tamas Benedek

“Harold in Italy, Op. 16, II.”
Composed by Hector Berlioz
Performed by The San Diego Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Yoav Talmi

“Parsifal: Prelude to Act One”
Composed by Richard Wagner
Performed by Hanan Townshend

“Parsifal: Prelude to Act One”
Composed by Richard Wagner
Performed by The Mariinsky Orchestra
Conducted by Valery Gergiev

“Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons), H0B.XXI;3″
Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performed by Mozarteum Orchestra
Conducted by Ivor Bolton

“Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 2, P.138″
Composed by Ottorino Respighi
Performed by Ireland National Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Rico Saccani

“June (Barcarolle)” Performed by Morton Gould at The Piano
Arranged and Conducted by Morton Gould
Composed by Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky

“Ou Tu T’Endors”
Written by Michael Tuccio
Performed by Ishtar Alabina

“Symphony No. 9 in E Minor ‘From the New World’, Op. 95”
Composed by Antonin Dvorak
Performed by the Bartlesville High School Band

“Miss Mary Mack” Traditional

“Symphony No. 3, Op. 36, ‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs’ – II. Lento Cantabile Semplice”
Composed by Henryk Gorecki
Performed by Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Antoni Wit

“Symphony No. 3, Op. 36, ‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs’ – III. Lento – Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile”
Composed by Henryk Gorecki
Performed by Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Antoni Wit

“Unto Us A Child Is Born; Alleluia (From Christmas Cantata No. 142)”
Written by J.S. Bach
Performed by Hanan Townshend

“Cantus Arcticus, Op. 61, ‘Concerto for Birds and Orchestra’: III. Joutsenet Muuttavat (Swans Migrating)”
Composed by Einojuhani Rautavaara
Performed by Royal Scottish National Orchestra

“Les Saisons (The Seasons), Op. 37b-June:Barcarolle”
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Performed by llona Pruyni

“Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Major, Op. 102”
Composed by Dmitry Shostakovich
Performed by New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Christopher Lyndon-Gee

“The Isle of the Dead, Op. 29″
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninov
Performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Enrique Batiz

“Cosmic Beam Drone # 1”
Written and Performed by Francesco Lupica

“Cosmic Beam Take 1”
Written and Performed by Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott

“Cosmic Beam Take 5”
Written and Performed by Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott

“Troops Advance”
Written and Performed by Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott

“McKron Freaks”
Written and Performed by Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott

“Prophecy of the Village Kremna”
Written and Performed by Arsenije Jovanovic

“The Medusa Song”
Written and Performed by Tatiana Chiline

“So Go”
Written by Lauren Marie Mikus
Performed by Lauren Marie Mikus and Hanan Townshend

“The Little Grey Wolf” Traditional
Performed by Olga Kurylenko

“Bartlesville Fight Song”
Performed by the Bartlesville High School Band

“Lahaul Valley”
Composed and Performed by David Parsons

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14 Comments

  • Clara | September 1, 2012 8:04 PMReply

    Seems awesome! Can't wait to see the incredible and gorgeous Olga Kurylenko. I love her new TV show "Magic City"

  • grace | September 2, 2012 2:59 AM

    In no way biased

  • JD | August 31, 2012 11:38 PMReply

    Malick's got some tremendous music set for the soundtrack. However, I honestly don't think anybody will ever use Gorecki's Symphony No. 3 better then Bestor Cramm did in the Vietnam documentary, "The Unfinished Symphony".

  • jbean | August 31, 2012 9:53 PMReply

    that one still + synopsis + soundtrack = $

  • Oogle monster | August 31, 2012 7:36 PMReply

    If the synopsis is to be believed, Affleck couldn't have been cut from the film. Unless Neil is a symbol for something other than a man and in that case Affleck is voicing a tree...? A bird? A pelican?

  • Anonynouse | September 1, 2012 11:26 AM

    no, sir, the pelican will be in Knight of Cups.

  • AS | August 31, 2012 6:00 PMReply

    Sorry, I've liked several of Malick's films but this is a bridge too far. There's no way I could ever stomach this film.

  • AS | August 31, 2012 8:17 PM

    @Confused: Hyperbolic much?

  • Anonymouse | August 31, 2012 7:59 PM

    to each their own, AS, but the "seasons -€“ passion, sympathy, obligation, sorrow, indecision -€“ can transform, destroy, and reinvent lives," as well as the entire synopsis, intrigues me far more than repels. however, i can see why people are put off by this.

  • Confused | August 31, 2012 6:44 PM

    You've seen one image and read a synopsis. If you did the same thing for any other TM film, what might you say? Dumbest comment ever.

  • AS | August 31, 2012 6:25 PM

    "Malick explores how love and its many phases and seasons – passion, sympathy, obligation, sorrow, indecision – can transform, destroy, and reinvent lives." - THAT, plus Rachel McAdams, is why.

  • serpico | August 31, 2012 6:14 PM

    Why?

  • cunterman | August 31, 2012 5:41 PMReply

    I hope we get a fucken trailer soon. Or some new stills. I feel like I've seen that single image up there more than my own mother in the last year.

  • wanderjahr | August 31, 2012 8:53 PM

    I didn't know what to think of the Tree of Life trailer when I first saw it. Looking back, all the trailer's for Malick's movies always seem to miss the mark a bit. But yes, I think my pants will suddenly fill with warmth once a trailer is released.

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