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Music List: All 37 Songs Featured In Terrence Malick's 'The Tree Of Life'

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by Edward Davis
May 17, 2011 7:24 AM
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“Funeral Canticle”
Written by John Tavener and Mother Thekla
Performed by George Mosley, Paul Goodwin
and the Academy of Ancient Music

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

“Symphony No. 1”
Written by Gustav Mahler
Performed by the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Halász

“Morning Prayers”
Written by Giya Kancheli

“Faunophonia Balkanica”
Written, Performed and Produced by Arsenije Jovanovic

“Wind Pipes”
Written and Performed by Michael Baird

“Approaching”
Written, Performed and Produced by Arsenije Jovanovic

“Ta Há 1”
Written and Performed by Klaus Wiese

“Snapshot from the Island”
Written and Performed by Tibor Szemzo

Lacrimosa 2
Composed by Zbigniew Preisner
Performed by Elzbieta Towarnicka (soprano) and the Sinfonia Varsovia
and the Varsov Chamber Choir, conducted by Jacek Kaspszyk

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

“Ascending and Descending”
Written by David Hykes
Performed by David Hykes and The Harmonic Choir

“Resurrection in Hades”
Written by John Tavener and Mother Thekla
Performed by Joseph Jennings and the Chanticleer Choir and Chorus

“Berlioz: 7. Domine Jesu Christe [Requiem Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts)]”
Performed by Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony
Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis

“Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III”
Written by Ottorino Respighi
Performed by the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland Conducted by Rico Saccani

“Hymn to Dionysus”
Composed by Gustav Holst
Performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus

“My Country –Vltava (The Moldau)”
Composed by Bedrich Smetana
Performed by Vaclav Smetacek and
The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra

“Brahms: 2. Andante moderato [Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98]”
Performed by Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan

“Symphony No. 3”
Written by Henryk Górecki
Performed by the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antoni Wit

“Pièces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre N°5:
Les Barricades Mistérieuses
Written by Francois Couperin (1668-1733)
Performed by Angela Hewitt

“J.S Bach: Fugue [Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565]”
Performed by Helmut Walcha

“The Well-Tempered Clavier”
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Jeno Jandó

“Pièces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre N°5:
Les Barricades Mistérieuses
Written by Francois Couperin
Performed by Hanan Townshend

“Hymn 87: Welcome Happy Morning”
Performed by Hanan Townshend

"Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition - Promenade - The Tuileries - Bydio (Piano Version)"
Performed by Vladimir Ashkenazy

“Schumann: 1. Allegro affettuoso [Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54]”
Performed by Martha Argerich, Gewandhausorchester, Leipzig, Riccardo Chailly

“Klangschalen 2”
Written and Performed by Klaus Wiese

“Eternal Pulse”
Written and Performed by Hanan Townshend

“After the Rain: Antiphon”
Written by Barry Guy
Performed by Richard Hickox and the City of London Sinfonia

“Harold in Italy”
Written by Hector Berlioz
Performed by the San Diego Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yoav Talmi

“Piano Sonata No.16 in C Major K. 545”
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by Jim Lynch

“Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III”
Written by Ottorino Respighi
Performed by Hanan Townshend

“Lacrimosa 2”
Written by Zbigniew Preisner
Performed by Hanan Townshend

“Berlioz: 10. Agnus Dei [Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts)]”
Performed by Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony
Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis

“Sound Testament of Mount Athos”
Written, Performed and Produced by Arsenije Jovanovic

“Ma Maison”
Written, Performed and Produced by Arsenije Jovanovic
Courtesy of Arsenije Jovanovic

Since we did all this work, maybe one of you can provide us with an mp3 playlist of all the songs? "The Tree Of Life" hits theaters in limited release on Friday, May 27th.

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105 Comments

  • Mark | December 8, 2013 2:39 PMReply

    Thank you very much for the compilation. The Film brings me remembrances of my childhood that, beside this wonderful soundtrack makes me feel again the breeze, the light and the shadows of those times...

  • Vanessa B | February 18, 2013 5:04 PMReply

    It's the Fourth Movement from the Brahms Sym. No 4.
    Also-I sure I remember The Organ Symphony by Saint-Saens

  • Dirk | August 26, 2012 10:36 PMReply

    First a big thank you to Chris - great job. I appreciate this film on so many ethereal levels. The cinematography is outstanding but so too is the choice of music (gee Kate what's your gripe??!!)
    Using such music can only enhance appreciation of yes some common and some not so common compositions.

  • Chris | July 8, 2012 6:06 AMReply

    and Part 2 (diacritics are not recognized)

    26) School/Following her home_‘Hymn 87_ Welcome Happy Morning' Hanan Townshend (excerpt) 0'48
    27) Death in the river_‘Symphony No. 1',Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 1'25
    28) Mother in glass coffin_Childhood [Desplat] (heavily remixed, but basically the first 60 seconds) 3'41
    29) Father in court_Emergence of Life [Desplat] 1'46
    30) Playing with records_‘Mussorgsky_ Pictures at an Exhibition The Tuileries (Piano Version)' Vladimir Ashkenazy 0'28
    31) Dinner table fight_‘Schumann_ 1. Allegro affettuoso (Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54)' Martha Argerich, Gewandhausorchester, Leipzig, Riccardo Chailly 1. Allegro affettuoso 1'56
    32) Mother cries/Reading by flashlight/Clown of Creation_‘Funeral Canticle' Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music,Klangschalen 2 [Weise] 1'36
    33) When the cat's away..._ ‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin Hanan Townshend 2'33
    34) Cap gun_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon' Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia,Good & Evil [Desplat] 4'27
    35) Running with the nightgown_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon' Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia [Guy] 3'16
    36) "Don't look at me"_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2'50
    37) Eternal Pulse (Hanan Townshend) 2'53
    38) Improvisation on C 3'33 (Hanan Townshend) 3'33
    39) Octaves (Hanan Townshend) 2'24
    40) Ruined painting/Father returns_‘Harold in Italy' Written Hector Berlioz The San Diego Symphony Orchestra conducted Yoav Talmi 2'43
    41) "Father... why was he born?"_ ‘Piano Sonata No.16 in C Major K. 545' Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ,Jim Lynch II. Andante** 2'24
    42) In the ruined house_Lacrimosa 2 [Townshend, Zbigniew Preisner] 1'02
    43) RL shows Jack grace_Clouds [Desplat] 2'59
    44) Father's choice_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III' Written Ottorino Respighi Hanan Townshend 2'35
    45) Goodbye Waco_‘Berlioz 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))' Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 3'03
    46) End of the earth/Eternity_‘Berlioz 10. Agnus Dei (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))' Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 9'41
    47) Closing Credits_‘Hymn 87_Welcome Happy Morning' (Hanan Townshend) 2'41
    48) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (film version) 2'01
    49) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (Julian Bream) 1'33
    50) Closing Credits - Fortunatas (Welcome, happy morning) (Hanan Townshend) piano solo1'27

  • Chris | July 8, 2012 6:05 AMReply

    I don't know why it printed with errors... trying again: so here is part 1

    1) Mother's childhood/Meet the family_‘Funeral Canticle' Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music 2'53

    2) ‘Cosmic Beam Take 5' Written and Francesco Lupica 0'38

    3) RL's death/Grieving in the street_‘Symphony No. 1',Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 2'00

    4) A mother's comfort/A father's guilt_‘Morning Prayers' Giya Kancheli, Lumia/Speeding to the future_Wind Pipes [Baird] 2'01

    5) Tree in concrete/Ocean waves_Ta Há 1 [Wiese] 0'33

    6) Walkway/Remembering their grief/Bats/Mother in the woods_‘Snapshot from The Island' Tibor Szemzo, Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2'26

    7) Macroscopic creation_‘Lacrimosa 2' Composed Zbigniew Preisner Elzbieta Towarnicka (soprano) and The Sinfonia Varsovia and The Varsov Chamber Choir, conducted Jacek Kaspszyk 4'02

    8) Microscopic creation_‘Troops Advance in Grass' Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott, ‘Ascending and Descending' David Hykes David Hykes and The Harmonic Choir 1'11

    9) ‘Resurrection in Hades' Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla Joseph Jennings and The Chanticleer Choir and Chorus 1'38

    10) From seas to land/Leviathan/Dino babies_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2'40

    11) Goodbye dinosaurs_‘Berlioz_ 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))' Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 1'34

    12) O'Briens in love/A child is born_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III' Written Ottorino Respighi The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland Conducted Rico Saccani 3'19

    13) Baptism_Circles [Desplat] 1'34

    14) Birth & Nurture (Hanan Townshend) 2'16

    15) The magic of childhood_‘Hymn to Dionysus', Gustav Holst, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 2'00

    16) Bubbles/Seizure_Circles [Desplat] 0'35

    17) "You'll be old before this tree is tall"_‘Hymn to Dionysus', Gustav Holst, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 1'44

    18) The boys grow up_‘My Country –Vltava (The Moldau)', Bedrich Smetana, Vaclav Smetacek and The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 2'44

    19) Dinner table_‘Brahms_ 2. Andante moderato (Symphony No. 4 Part 4 in E minor, Op. 98)' Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan 4. Allegro energico e passionato* 1'36

    20) Soaring in a biplane_Symphony No.3 (Sorrowful Songs): II. Lento e largo Henryk Gorecki The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Antoni Wit 1'01

    21) Trip into town_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 1'10

    22) Jack's prayer/Playground_‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin (1668-1733) Angela Hewitt 2'28

    23) Sunday morning_‘J.S Bach_ Fugue (Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565)' Helmut Walcha 5'30

    24) Father lights a candle_The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1: No. 8 in E flat minor/D sharp minor, BWV 853 [Bach] Jeno Jandó 1'52

    25) Father and Son (played by Brad Pitt) 1'31

  • Chris | July 8, 2012 6:02 AMReply

    25) Father and Son (played by Brad Pitt) 1’31
    26) School/Following her home_‘Hymn 87_ Welcome Happy Morning’ Hanan Townshend (excerpt) 0’48
    27) Death in the river_‘Symphony No. 1’,Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 1’25
    28) Mother in glass coffin_Childhood [Desplat] (heavily remixed, but basically the first 60 seconds) 3’41
    29) Father in court_Emergence of Life [Desplat] 1’46
    30) Playing with records_‘Mussorgsky_ Pictures at an Exhibition The Tuileries (Piano Version)’ Vladimir Ashkenazy 0’28
    31) Dinner table fight_‘Schumann_ 1. Allegro affettuoso (Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54)’ Martha Argerich, Gewandhausorchester, Leipzig, Riccardo Chailly 1. Allegro affettuoso 1’56
    32) Mother cries/Reading by flashlight/Clown of Creation_‘Funeral Canticle’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music,Klangschalen 2 [Weise] 1’36
    33) When the cat's away..._ ‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin Hanan Townshend 2’33
    34) Cap gun_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia,Good & Evil [Desplat] 4’27
    35) Running with the nightgown_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia [Guy] 3’16
    36) "Don't look at me"_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’50
    37) Eternal Pulse (Hanan Townshend) 2'53
    38) Improvisation on C 3'33 (Hanan Townshend) 3’33
    39) Octaves (Hanan Townshend) 2'24
    40) Ruined painting/Father returns_‘Harold in Italy’ Written Hector Berlioz The San Diego Symphony Orchestra conducted Yoav Talmi 2’43
    41) "Father... why was he born?"_ ‘Piano Sonata No.16 in C Major K. 545’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ,Jim Lynch II. Andante** 2’24
    42) In the ruined house_Lacrimosa 2 [Townshend, Zbigniew Preisner] 1’02
    43) RL shows Jack grace_Clouds [Desplat] 2’59
    44) Father's choice_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III’ Written Ottorino Respighi Hanan Townshend 2’35
    45) Goodbye Waco_‘Berlioz 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 3’03
    46) End of the earth/Eternity_‘Berlioz 10. Agnus Dei (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 9’41
    47) Closing Credits_‘Hymn 87_Welcome Happy Morning’ (Hanan Townshend) 2’41
    48) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (film version) 2'01
    49) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (Julian Bream) 1'33
    50) Closing Credits - Fortunatas (Welcome, happy morning) (Hanan Townshend) piano solo1’27

  • Chris | July 8, 2012 6:01 AMReply

    Hi,
    I had listened very carefully every second of the film and I made the most complete soundtrack possible. Some of the short classical pieces had been presented in their full lenght (more then in the film), others are just as they were in the film. However I believe the next list should be the most complete as I was able to detect.

    1) Mother's childhood/Meet the family_‘Funeral Canticle’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music 2’53
    2) ‘Cosmic Beam Take 5’ Written and Francesco Lupica 0’38
    3) RL's death/Grieving in the street_‘Symphony No. 1’,Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 2’00
    4) A mother's comfort/A father's guilt_‘Morning Prayers’ Giya Kancheli, Lumia/Speeding to the future_Wind Pipes [Baird] 2’01
    5) Tree in concrete/Ocean waves_Ta Há 1 [Wiese] 0’33
    6) Walkway/Remembering their grief/Bats/Mother in the woods_‘Snapshot from The Island’ Tibor Szemzo, Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’26
    7) Macroscopic creation_‘Lacrimosa 2’ Composed Zbigniew Preisner Elzbieta Towarnicka (soprano) and The Sinfonia Varsovia and The Varsov Chamber Choir, conducted Jacek Kaspszyk 4’02
    8) Microscopic creation_‘Troops Advance in Grass’ Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott, ‘Ascending and Descending’ David Hykes David Hykes and The Harmonic Choir 1’11
    9) ‘Resurrection in Hades’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla Joseph Jennings and The Chanticleer Choir and Chorus 1’38
    10) From seas to land/Leviathan/Dino babies_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’40
    11) Goodbye dinosaurs_‘Berlioz_ 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 1’34
    12) O'Briens in love/A child is born_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III’ Written Ottorino Respighi The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland Conducted Rico Saccani 3’19
    13) Baptism_Circles [Desplat] 1’34
    14) Birth & Nurture (Hanan Townshend) 2'16
    15) The magic of childhood_‘Hymn to Dionysus’, Gustav Holst, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 2’00
    16) Bubbles/Seizure_Circles [Desplat] 0’35
    17) "You'll be old before this tree is tall"_‘Hymn to Dionysus’, Gustav Holst, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 1’44
    18) The boys grow up_‘My Country –Vltava (The Moldau)’, Bedrich Smetana, Vaclav Smetacek and The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 2’44
    19) Dinner table_‘Brahms_ 2. Andante moderato (Symphony No. 4 Part 4 in E minor, Op. 98)’ Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan 4. Allegro energico e passionato* 1’36
    20) Soaring in a biplane_Symphony No.3 (Sorrowful Songs): II. Lento e largo Henryk Gorecki The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Antoni Wit 1’01
    21) Trip into town_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 1’10
    22) Jack's prayer/Playground_‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin (1668-1733) Angela Hewitt 2’28
    23) Sunday morning_‘J.S Bach_ Fugue (Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565)’ Helmut Walcha 5’30
    24) Father lights a candle_The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1: No. 8 in E flat minor/D sharp minor, BWV 853 [Bach] Jeno Jandó 1’52

  • EL PASO | May 29, 2012 7:55 AMReply

    Could anyone , please, give me a link to listen "you spoke to me", the long version?? (not the one of 1min 3s)

  • Chris | July 8, 2012 6:01 AM

    25) Father and Son (played by Brad Pitt) 1’31
    26) School/Following her home_‘Hymn 87_ Welcome Happy Morning’ Hanan Townshend (excerpt) 0’48
    27) Death in the river_‘Symphony No. 1’,Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 1’25
    28) Mother in glass coffin_Childhood [Desplat] (heavily remixed, but basically the first 60 seconds) 3’41
    29) Father in court_Emergence of Life [Desplat] 1’46
    30) Playing with records_‘Mussorgsky_ Pictures at an Exhibition The Tuileries (Piano Version)’ Vladimir Ashkenazy 0’28
    31) Dinner table fight_‘Schumann_ 1. Allegro affettuoso (Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54)’ Martha Argerich, Gewandhausorchester, Leipzig, Riccardo Chailly 1. Allegro affettuoso 1’56
    32) Mother cries/Reading by flashlight/Clown of Creation_‘Funeral Canticle’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music,Klangschalen 2 [Weise] 1’36
    33) When the cat's away..._ ‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin Hanan Townshend 2’33
    34) Cap gun_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia,Good & Evil [Desplat] 4’27
    35) Running with the nightgown_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia [Guy] 3’16
    36) "Don't look at me"_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’50
    37) Eternal Pulse (Hanan Townshend) 2'53
    38) Improvisation on C 3'33 (Hanan Townshend) 3’33
    39) Octaves (Hanan Townshend) 2'24
    40) Ruined painting/Father returns_‘Harold in Italy’ Written Hector Berlioz The San Diego Symphony Orchestra conducted Yoav Talmi 2’43
    41) "Father... why was he born?"_ ‘Piano Sonata No.16 in C Major K. 545’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ,Jim Lynch II. Andante** 2’24
    42) In the ruined house_Lacrimosa 2 [Townshend, Zbigniew Preisner] 1’02
    43) RL shows Jack grace_Clouds [Desplat] 2’59
    44) Father's choice_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III’ Written Ottorino Respighi Hanan Townshend 2’35
    45) Goodbye Waco_‘Berlioz 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 3’03
    46) End of the earth/Eternity_‘Berlioz 10. Agnus Dei (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 9’41
    47) Closing Credits_‘Hymn 87_Welcome Happy Morning’ (Hanan Townshend) 2’41
    48) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (film version) 2'01
    49) Closing Credits - Fernando Sor_Op. 35, No. 22 in b minor (Julian Bream) 1'33
    50) Closing Credits - Fortunatas (Welcome, happy morning) (Hanan Townshend) piano solo1’27

  • derherr lehmann | May 20, 2012 8:35 AMReply

    cool, thanks so far,
    i´m looking for the pianosong in ca. minute 57:45 and following 50 seconds (bedprayer and schoolyard).
    can´t count it above. any idea?
    tvm!
    greetz
    ale

  • Strummer | May 14, 2012 7:37 AMReply

    Robert- It's 'Les Barricades Mystérieuses' by François Couperin
    very nice tune it is

  • Robert | May 25, 2012 3:22 AM

    Thanks, Strummer.

  • Robert | May 14, 2012 5:35 AMReply

    Can someone help me identify that sweet little melody the father and son play together on piano and guitar?

  • Pierce | October 6, 2013 11:08 PM

    A little late on this but it's a dumb-downed version of Les Barricades Mystérieuses. Listen closely — the melody is the same. I think the scene intimates that Mr. O'Brien is finishing the song and the boy is playing what he could of it. Prodigal son, through and through.

  • Kristin | March 3, 2012 9:45 PMReply

    True tree of life soundtrack

  • Kate | March 2, 2012 12:18 AMReply

    All you people who "love" the music in this movie are obviously missing something critical to life, i.e. Classical music. In the movie you just hear snippets of pieces (not songs) which are mostly standards in the classical repertoire. It amazes me that the general public is so ignorant to the beauty of classical music and wastes it time on the so called popular music genre.

  • Danny | May 28, 2012 3:45 PM

    Kate: Do you want my e-mail address so you can tell me what I should or shouldn't watch, eat, drink, wear as well? I want to make sure I don't waste my time doing things that you don't approve of.

  • barbara | April 2, 2012 2:12 AM

    Kate, it bothers me too. But I suppose its similar to having the choice to 'like' some story of hideous injustice on Facebook. In that case I just go to the comment section and forget the silly 'like' part as I must accept the 'song' designation on sound tracks or the 'staring' of a narrator of a documentary. I agree with what you seem to suggest: that listeners are in such a state of ignorance that they will credit the music to the person who "wrote" the movie score.
    Still, the choice of music for this movie is excellent -as it was in Days of Heaven. Someone is doing something so right that it utterly enhances the film. And that is a good outcome.

  • TIM | March 30, 2012 10:04 PM

    hi kate. you are an idiot.

  • Rachel | February 13, 2012 10:58 PMReply

    Does anyone know what the boy is playing when his back is to the camera and it's sunset (I think). He doesn't play a full piece, just a few notes, and I cannot figure out what it is. Thanks in advance!

  • janet | February 13, 2012 9:47 PMReply

    Thank you Thank you! So wanted to figure out the Bach Fugue, so great to find your list.

  • claudius | February 5, 2012 10:24 AMReply

    Wonderful job! Just wanted to comment that the movement of Mozart's C major sonata included in the film is actually the second one (not the first, which is the one that can be listened to here). Thanks!

  • JUANACHO | January 31, 2012 10:37 AMReply

    More than a movie, more than a story. I feel small in front of it, I have no intention to undestand, I just want to watch and to listen many times... thanks a lot.
    pd.: I need to have all the classical pieces, but I don´t now how to get them. The O.S.T. from Alexandre Desplat isn,t enough...

  • Debbie | January 25, 2012 7:50 PMReply

    Thank you so much - I'm obsessed with this movie and the music. I was never a big fan of classical before, and now this is all I want to listen to these days.

  • Barbara | April 2, 2012 2:15 AM

    good outcome, debbie!

  • Ian | January 18, 2012 12:19 AMReply

    Thank You

  • JAB | January 8, 2012 5:07 AMReply

    why so smug in you account of Malick's work? "(don't forget to splash yourself with holy water and kiss the feet of the Malick statue, yo)" Yeah, keep that in parenthesis. Thanks for the compiling of this info. Drop the opinion which is limiting unlike Malick's epic. Pax et Lux Aeterna to All.

  • John C. | January 5, 2012 1:53 PMReply

    Found much of Hanan Townshend's music here: http://www.amazon.com/Various/dp/B005FO7QK8/ref=sr_shvl_album_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1325789533&sr=301-1
    I believe it is also on iTunes - a quick search will probably bring it up.

  • david marinez | December 12, 2011 4:07 AMReply

    Christ, yes, every character is clear. Your list is excellent.What does TM number means?
    Why at the end the estudio by Sor is just called " guitar tune"?

  • Arturo Vargas (MEXICO) | November 27, 2011 8:12 AMReply

    I saw the picture yesterday and I love all the music that a found in it. Thank you very much for wrote this article, it's a very complete data of all amazing music in the movie.

  • Chris | November 26, 2011 2:38 AMReply

    I think I can provide a list of the most complete soundtrack ...

    1) Mother's childhood/Meet the family_‘Funeral Canticle’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music 2’53
    2) ‘Cosmic Beam Take 5’ Written and Francesco Lupica 0’38
    3) RL's death/Grieving in the street_‘Symphony No. 1’,Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 2’00
    4) A mother's comfort/A father's guilt_‘Morning Prayers’ Giya Kancheli, Lumia/Speeding to the future_Wind Pipes [Baird] 2’01
    5) Tree in concrete/Ocean waves_Ta Há 1 [Wiese] 0’33
    6) Walkway/Remembering their grief/Bats/Mother in the woods_‘Snapshot from The Island’ Tibor Szemzo, Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’26
    7) Macroscopic creation_‘Lacrimosa 2’ Composed Zbigniew Preisner Elzbieta Towarnicka (soprano) and The Sinfonia Varsovia and The Varsov Chamber Choir, conducted Jacek Kaspszyk 4’02
    8) Microscopic creation_‘Troops Advance in Grass’ Francesco Lupica and Lee Scott, ‘Ascending and Descending’ David Hykes David Hykes and The Harmonic Choir 1’11
    9) ‘Resurrection in Hades’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla Joseph Jennings and The Chanticleer Choir and Chorus 1’38
    10) From seas to land/Leviathan/Dino babies_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’40
    11) Goodbye dinosaurs_‘Berlioz_ 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 1’34
    12) O'Briens in love/A child is born_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III’ Written Ottorino Respighi The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland Conducted Rico Saccani 3’19
    13) Baptism_Circles [Desplat] 1’34
    14) The magic of childhood_‘Hymn to Dionysus’ Composed Gustav Holst The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 2’00
    15) Bubbles/Seizure_Circles [Desplat] 0’35
    16) "You'll be old before this tree is tall"_‘Hymn to Dionysus’ Composed Gustav Holst The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus 1’44
    17) The boys grow up_‘My Country –Vltava (The Moldau)’ Composed Bedrich Smetana Vaclav Smetacek and The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 2’44
    18) Dinner table_‘Brahms_ 2. Andante moderato (Symphony No. 4 Part 4 in E minor, Op. 98)’ Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan 4. Allegro energico e passionato* 1’36
    19) Soaring in a biplane_Symphony No.3 (Sorrowful Songs): II. Lento e largo Henryk Gorecki The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Antoni Wit 1’01
    20) Trip into town_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 1’10
    21) Jack's prayer/Playground_‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin (1668-1733) Angela Hewitt 2’28
    22) Sunday morning_‘J.S Bach_ Fugue (Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565)’ Helmut Walcha 5’30
    23) Father lights a candle_The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1: No. 8 in E flat minor/D sharp minor, BWV 853 [Bach] Jeno Jandó 1’52
    24) Father and Son (played by Brad Pitt) 1’31
    25) School/Following her home_‘Hymn 87_ Welcome Happy Morning’ Hanan Townshend (excerpt) 0’48
    26) Death in the river_‘Symphony No. 1’,Written Gustav Mahler, The Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted Michael Halasz 1’25
    27) Mother in glass coffin_Childhood [Desplat] (heavily remixed, but basically the first 60 seconds) 3’41
    28) Father in court_Emergence of Life [Desplat] 1’46
    29) Playing with records_‘Mussorgsky_ Pictures at an Exhibition The Tuileries (Piano Version)’ Vladimir Ashkenazy 0’28
    30) Dinner table fight_‘Schumann_ 1. Allegro affettuoso (Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54)’ Martha Argerich, Gewandhausorchester, Leipzig, Riccardo Chailly 1. Allegro affettuoso 1’56
    31) Mother cries/Reading by flashlight/Clown of Creation_‘Funeral Canticle’ Written John Tavener and Mother Thekla, George Mosley, Paul Goodwin, and The Academy of Ancient Music,Klangschalen 2 [Weise] 1’36
    32) When the cat's away..._ ‘Pieces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre Nr.5_Les Barricades Misterieuses Written Francois Couperin Hanan Townshend 2’33
    33) Cap gun_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia,Good & Evil [Desplat] 4’27
    34) Running with the nightgown_‘After The Rain_ Antiphon’ Written Barry Guy Richard Hickox and The City of London Sinfonia [Guy] 3’16
    35) "Don't look at me"_Morning Prayers [Kancheli] 2’50
    36) Ruined painting/Father returns_‘Harold in Italy’ Written Hector Berlioz The San Diego Symphony Orchestra conducted Yoav Talmi 2’43
    37) "Father... why was he born?"_ ‘Piano Sonata No.16 in C Major K. 545’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ,Jim Lynch II. Andante** 2’24
    38) In the ruined house_Lacrimosa 2 [Townshend, Zbigniew Preisner] 1’02
    39) RL shows Jack grace_Clouds [Desplat] 2’59
    40) Father's choice_‘Siciliana Da Antiche Danze Ed Arie Suite III’ Written Ottorino Respighi Hanan Townshend 2’35
    41) Goodbye Waco_‘Berlioz 7. Domine Jesu Christe (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 3’03
    42) End of the earth/Eternity_‘Berlioz 10. Agnus Dei (Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande Messe des Morts))’ Wandsworth School Boys Choir, London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 9’41
    43) Closing Credits_‘Hymn 87_Welcome Happy Morning’ Hanan Townshend 2’41
    44) Closing Credits - Guitar Tune 2’01
    45) Closing Credits - Fortunatas (Welcome, happy morning) 1’27

  • woodie | December 6, 2011 12:57 AM

    It is somewhat of a rip off that this REALLY GOOD music is omitted from the soundtrack that is sold for this movie.
    I have literally been trying to purchase and download what I can on the list.
    I guess the artists and performers for these pieces want their share, but I am sure there are enough of us audiophiles to pay a decent price to make it a feasible production.
    Thanks, Chris, for taking the time to complete the list. I am marvelled as to how you accomplished this.

  • viki | November 23, 2011 11:37 AMReply

    Where can i find "faunophonia balkamica" ? do you know any place where i can download or just listen to it?

  • RobertS | January 14, 2012 8:43 PM

    I think the title of these Jovanovic pieces might be incorrect. They are 'Faunophobia' (The Fear of the Birds) and 'Opera Balcanica'. Here's a link to a German 'art radio' site where you can hear them: http://www.kunstradio.at/2001A/20_05_01.html

  • Fito | November 21, 2011 2:38 PMReply

    Thanks for bring us the most complete list of the music in the movie!

  • david martinez | November 18, 2011 6:05 AMReply

    I am from Monterrey, Mexico, my english is not good, but i want to do my best.
    he tree of Life is for me one of the best movies ever.
    Meditation with exrtrordinaire images, music and texts of the bible. The book of Job.
    I hope we can have a full list of music. The 37 list is not complete. But it is the best list until now. It lacks, for instance the prelude nr 5 by Sor in b minor.
    Amazon has a list in the comments of the sound track. But it is not complete.
    I am waiting for a really complete list of classical music included in the film.
    Please help. David.

  • Jason | October 22, 2011 7:43 AMReply

    Nevermind, I figured it out (Grande Messe des Morts, Op. 5 (Requiem): 7. Domine Jesu Christe [Berlioz] (7:45–10:57))

  • Jason | October 22, 2011 7:19 AMReply

    I was finally able to see the film, renting it from iTunes. It made an impression.

    I would like to know what the song is toward the end of the movie when the family is driving away from the house. Thanks.

    @chris r, the one you want is Lacrimosa from Preisner

  • Kindred Soul | October 20, 2011 3:13 AMReply

    Seemed clear that the family was Episcopalian, as is Malick. He was from small town Oklahoma/Texas and went to an Episcopal boarding school in Austin, Texas. Same story with me; St.Stephen's had an indelible effect, and the effect resonates in the film. But film is a conversation with a viewer, so this is just the perspective of one viewer.

  • C | October 19, 2011 4:13 AMReply

    I am in love with all of this.
    Does anyone know how I can purchase this hymns and everything? I would love to buy it. It would be awesome if they sold it all together as part of the film, but it's doubtful. I feel like I would have to get it from the ones who scored it.

  • Fer | October 18, 2011 6:14 AMReply

    Thanks a lot! This is very useful.

  • Adrian | October 16, 2011 7:34 AMReply

    Thank you!

  • Mary | October 16, 2011 4:00 AMReply

    There was a guitar piece in the middle of the movie which I cannot locate on this list. Does anyone know who the composer/performer was?

  • Sandra Sarala | October 14, 2011 9:43 AMReply

    Much appreciated

  • Robert King | October 3, 2011 4:57 AMReply

    does anyone know which song is played in the playground scene?

  • Montse Casabó | September 27, 2011 3:48 AMReply

    Tree of life, a wonderful picture!

    Hellow; do you know what is the music from the scene there are children playing in a park?

    It's from Couperin? I think so but I'm not sure.

    Thanks,

    Montse

  • Brent | September 10, 2011 4:31 AMReply

    The Brahms piece used in the dinner scene is not the 2nd movement of Symphony No.4, but the 4th movement, from 4:50–6:43.

    @kat - Jovanovic's soundscapes have not been released on CD. From what I understand, they were made for broadcast on the radio. "Sound Testament of Mount Athos" can be found on Spotify.

    @Leon Kelly - The list posted above is in order that the pieces are used in the film, so the opening piece is Funeral Canticle (the section from 2:20–7:29).

    @ ll - That is “Pièces de clavecin, Book II 6e Ordre N°5:
    Les Barricades Mistérieuses", but played by Hanan Townshend.

  • ceciboloca | September 10, 2011 3:49 AMReply

    Those interested in Arsenije Jovanovic's compositions contact
    ceciboloca@hotmail.com and your email will be forwaded to him.

  • ll | September 8, 2011 12:29 PMReply

    anyone know what it is they're playing in the scene where Brad Pitt is playing the piano, then the boy plays it on guitar? i thought that was nice....

  • R.B. | November 18, 2011 4:57 AM

    music from scene where Brad Pitt is playing the piano, then the boy plays it on guitar - Les Barricades Mysterieuses

  • Leon Kelly | September 5, 2011 10:39 AMReply

    whats the opening song to tree of life ?

  • kat | August 10, 2011 2:50 AMReply

    Does anyone know where to find Arsenije Jovanovic's music? I can't find any of the pieces from the film in disc or digital form....

    Thanks for any help!

  • Dave | August 5, 2011 10:45 AMReply

    Regarding this whole song/music argument, I don't know what's worse: nitpickers, or a blogger who is too arrogant to admit he made a mistake.

  • crysty | July 30, 2011 10:12 AMReply

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  • ML | July 25, 2011 7:56 AMReply

    Saw the film which spurred much discussion as well as trying to identify the composers from which the music was drawn. Thanks for the help.

  • J. Ingrid Lesley | July 22, 2011 5:44 AMReply

    Thank you so very much!

    This is a gift for which I shall always be grateful to you -not having the opportunity to see the film, I think it's to come to north central Wisconsin- but not as yet.

    Last evening I was listening to Jean Feraca's Here On Earth: Radio Without Borders program on Wisconsin Public Radio. Ms. Feraca interviewed David Sterritt, film scholar and critic, Chairman of the National Society of Film Critics, and former film professor at Columbia University and Barbara Newman, Professor of English, Religion, and Classics at Northwestern University , on the Terrence Malick Tree of Life film. There were references to the music in the film's score. And I listened to some of this extraordinary music! The Lacrimosa of Zbigniew Preisner is soul touching.

    The film -no doubt, as it is contrasted to '2001" for its powerful connections- will become a studied classic. The music -as well.

    Thank you.

    J. Ingrid Lesley
    Sandinavia, Wisconsin

  • Sara Johnson | July 15, 2011 9:28 AMReply

    You might also want to include "Funeral March" by Patrick Cassidy, which is featured as background to one of the trailers but maybe not present in the film (I can't remember, but I guess it wasn't because it's not on this list). It's sooooo gorgeous and I urge anyone to go listen to it in full.

  • Songmeister | July 14, 2011 8:50 AMReply

    Ed, get a life.

    P.S.

    A song is in the ear of the beholder.... and why do they call it "birdsong" anyway?

    Pedantic asses should be shut down, not the god given internet.

  • Edward Davis | July 14, 2011 4:00 AMReply

    THESE AREN'T SONGS! SHUT THE INTERNET DOWN! SHUT IT DOWN< GODDAMIT!

  • Heather | July 14, 2011 3:59 AMReply

    Thank you for this list! I waited patiently for the music credits, then they zoomed by in tiny print.
    A couple of Malick's choices were kind of banal, but most were wonderful - the Couperin on piano were especially haunting.
    Really appreciate your sharing this!

  • Jerry J | July 12, 2011 9:59 AMReply

    Great, great songs!

    Thank you!

  • JLucPicard | July 12, 2011 6:54 AMReply

    The post a few down below blew my mind: "You SING songs!" Brilliant! That is the most insightful comment I've read in a while.

    In that case, yes, most of this music can not be called "songs".

  • Andy | July 10, 2011 9:27 AMReply

    No mention of the contribution from Geir Jenssen(aka Biosphere)........

  • Don | July 6, 2011 9:12 AMReply

    I'd like to to add my voice to what's been pointed out already--a "song" is a specific musical form. None of these pieces is in that form. It's not pedantry; it makes a difference.
    I believe the affecting simply music played on piano over the closing credits is the hymn tune "Fortunatas," which in the Episcopal hymnbook is set to a text that begins "'Welcome, happy morning!' age to age shall say: / hell today is vanquished..." It's often sung at Easter. That text seems fitting for (what I see as) the redemptive end of the film, and contrasts with the heavy stuff in much of the rest of the movie. see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuXAbDtGkmM

    I couldn't say for sure, but I think the family is Episcopalian. The church scenes sort of have that look. (I speak from my own experience.) It would fit with the upward-strivingness of the father.

  • figfoster | July 6, 2011 7:47 AMReply

    Absolutely what I was looking for, a million thanks.

  • Peyton | July 5, 2011 9:16 AMReply

    thank you! the first thing I did when I got home after seeing the movie was look for this music online. good job.

  • Daan | July 3, 2011 11:17 AMReply

    Hello guys, i'm dying to find out, what's the music played after the 'god lives there' line. Its just stunning!

  • Bobo | July 2, 2011 5:18 AMReply

    They're not songs, guys.

  • Noah | July 2, 2011 2:22 AMReply

    Great stuff, but does anyone know the name of the music/composer of the music that opens the film, during the "nature & grace" narration? I can't get it out of my head. If it's on this list, I couldn't find it. Suggestions, anyone?

  • Guillaume | June 30, 2011 4:26 AMReply

    I wanted to thank you for this real work.
    Regards
    Guillaume

  • jan | June 24, 2011 4:13 AMReply

    Can anyone tell me what is the piano piece played near the end of the credits of 'the tree of life'?

  • loverman | June 23, 2011 6:53 AMReply

    Baby looooove,baby looooove = Regina!
    Remember the 80's baby?

  • Brian | June 23, 2011 4:42 AMReply

    @Edward: Thanks very much. I couldn't find it either, and wasn't sure if the songs were in order of appearance in the film. I'll keep looking.

  • Edward Davis | June 23, 2011 4:12 AMReply

    @brian, the last song in this list is “Ma Maison" and these lists are generally in the order they appear in the movie, but i can't seem to find a copy of it online so i can't compare it with the piece which we heard in the credits.

  • Brian | June 23, 2011 3:37 AMReply

    Could someone please tell me the music that plays over the closing credits? I can't seem to identity it.

    Thanks very much!

  • Google | June 21, 2011 3:51 AMReply

    Those are not songs. That's rather embarrassing. Do people really not get it? You SING SONGS.

    And no, it is NOT fine for the folks at large because you just perpetuate the misuse of English.

    So that you better understand the dissonance when using the word "song" to describe music without any vocals, why don't we just call The Tree of LIfe, or Dark Knight, or Braveheart "plays" instead of "films" or "movies"?

  • carol Sipper | June 21, 2011 1:04 AMReply

    We can't thank you enough for taking the time to post all this lovely music. What a miracle to see the movie one night and be able to listen to the beautiful music from it the next night.
    We really appreciate it.

  • Lou A | June 20, 2011 4:55 AMReply

    Thank you from the inquisitive -- not cranky p(ed)ants -- among us for this resource.

    - Lou

  • anonymous | June 19, 2011 9:24 AMReply

    It's Fernando Sor's etude in Bm, op. 35 no. 22.
    Wonderful piece

  • Claudio | June 16, 2011 2:41 AMReply

    What about the guitar piece of the film credits?

  • Dan | June 15, 2011 7:04 AMReply

    Thank you *so* much for this! I was desperate to identify Angela Hewitt's piano arrangement of the Couperin. The music credits in the film were way too dense and went by way too quickly for me to get anything out of those. I had never heard anyone's version of this piece before seeing the movie tonight, and am completely enchanted. I just bought it on iTunes. Thanks again!

  • Ray Phenicie | June 12, 2011 4:24 AMReply

    Just for completeness the list should include Edvard Grieg's Incidental Music for Peer Gynt, In the Hall of The Mountain King.
    Again, all I can say is "How cliche, rip the shirt why don't you."

  • Ray Phenicie | June 12, 2011 3:45 AMReply

    I'm not certain the excerpt provided for Mahler Symphony 1 is the one that was actually done for the movie; however the snippet of that great work that was chosen was so short, and I have not heard the Mahler in so long, I can't say for certain exactly where the snippet was yanked out of .

    As you can tell I have a great deal of hostility towards one artist taking another's works and making a collage out of them. The attempt at greatness by association is to say the very least an insincere effort at exactly what I can't say. . . I'm at a loss for words.

    Let this be the last time ever that someone talks over or projects a graphic images over great works of music. Those artists deserve to be heard on their own and it is an insult to them to drape one's own solipsist mewlings over and around those other works. Malick himself wanted to be a composer (autobiographical tidbits-another sign of extreme egotism) and maybe he should have done all the music or some of it through a collaborative score with Desplat. That would have least had artistic integrity of a sincere work. As it is the film is a vacuous collection of musings that lead us . . .I'm not sure where.

  • Brian McInnis | October 9, 2013 11:19 PM

    R.O.T.F.L.

  • Andrew | June 7, 2011 2:25 AMReply

    The music featuring the soprano (used during the creation of the Universe sequence) was Lacrimosa 2 by Zbigniew Preisner. It is from the CD Requiem For My Friend, which Preisner composed following the death of film director Krzysztof Kieslowski. It appears this site does not yet have an .mp3 of it.

  • chris r | June 6, 2011 6:04 AMReply

    Thanks for putting together this list. Do you know which piece was played during the scenes showing the various deep space objects, such as the Horsehead nubula? I have played all these tracks and can't seem to find it. It featured a woman and was a strident, piercing piece.

  • kierahn | June 5, 2011 5:44 AMReply

    Thank you so much for putting this list together....

  • Nick | June 5, 2011 3:08 AMReply

    The film's score was the type of haunting and evocative music I'd love to have in my collection. I waited for the music credits at the Coolidge Corner Theater this evening, only to find a daunting list of all of these pieces scrolling far too quickly to do me any good. I'm so grateful to have found this listing. Thank you so much.

  • Zach | June 4, 2011 4:17 AMReply

    Wasn't Bach's BWV 853 (memorable in "Wild Strawberries") also in the film briefly?

  • carlos | June 1, 2011 9:50 AMReply

    Thank you so much for posting this list :)

  • Christopher Robin | June 1, 2011 8:50 AMReply

    Hey All!

    I made a downloadable playlist of my favorite tracks / main themes from the movie! You can download it here:

    http://flightoftherobin.tumblr.com/post/6081374075/musical-selections-from-the-tree-of-life-track

    Hope you all enjoy it! The link will be active for 90 days.

    Warmest wishes fellow TOL fans!
    ~ Christopher Robin.

  • Ian | May 31, 2011 10:14 AMReply

    It's quite amazing, He only used classical pieces to open DOHeaven and TTRLine, so they in effect had much fuller original scores.

  • Pouetpouet | May 25, 2011 11:59 AMReply

    I've made a Spotify Playlist with what I Found:

    http://tinyurl.com/3oj4ee8

  • alessandro | May 23, 2011 5:29 AMReply

    love and respect to the guy who made this

    i've been looking for this list in the last 4 days

    the genuine perfection of this movie changed my week... and not only that

  • Manu | May 18, 2011 8:34 AMReply

    the pieces of Jovanovic are very interresting but we can't find them ... :(

  • gonad | May 17, 2011 10:21 AMReply

    No Snoop Dogg?

  • Glass | May 17, 2011 8:27 AMReply

    Boom! I was looking for this earlier this morning and here it is, thanks dude!

  • BuntyHoven | May 17, 2011 8:24 AMReply

    Nice work, guys. Reminds me of old-school Playlist articles! Cheers for the research on these. Gives a nice overview of the soundtrack.

  • Edward Davis | May 17, 2011 8:20 AMReply

    No, but 37 classical pieces or compositions is a shitty headline and this is fine for the folks at large.

  • Edward Davis | May 17, 2011 8:19 AMReply

    bad copy and paste, thanks, J.

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