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Wolf (1994 Film) Soundtrack

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20 songs

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Wolf And Love
  2. The Barn
  3. The Dream And The Deer
  4. The Moon
  5. Laura Goes To Join Wolf
  6. Laura And The Wolf United
  7. First Transition
  8. The Howl And The City
  9. Animals And Encounters
  10. Laura Transformed
  11. Wolf
  12. Second Transition
  13. Will's Final Goodbye
  14. Chase
  15. Confirmed Doubts
  16. The Talisman
  17. Third Transition
  18. A Shock For Laura
  19. Laura And Will
  20. Laura


Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 14, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: June 17, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 125 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002A4C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #272,453 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This CD, with this musical score is a very good souvenir from this remarkable film "WOLF". When listening it we remember the images of that animal, the full moon and of course the performance made by these two great actors, Mr. J. Nicholson and Miss. M. Pfeifer.
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Ennio Morricone’s score for the 1994 Mike Nichols movie starring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer is rather underrated. He doesn’t do a lot of horror scores for Hollywood – you have to go back to John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) for a memorable one. Here in Wolf, he channels a jazzy noir-ish style mixed with orchestral strings and electronic synths. The result is not quite spectacular, but interesting enough for fans of Morricone. It is a score that grows on you, centering less on clear, discernible melodies; instead the music is more atonal and atmospheric, but with structural cues to guide the listener.

Highlights:
‘Wolf and Love’ – The opening track sets the mood. It is ominous, but the lush strings at the start give it a sense of warmth and love. The French horns play one of the score’s two main melodies with accompanying strings and synths. There is a quick rhythmic electronic cue that punctuates the track with attacking intensity. This would be a recurring leitmotif throughout the score, perhaps indicating a kind of hybrid transformation i.e. a wolf-man, as paralleled by the score’s mix of electronic synths with organic orchestral instruments. The leitmotif gives the score a more startling emphasis or dissonance.

‘The Barn’ – Harp and strings accompaniment give this track a serene quality. The score’s other main melody is performed by the saxophone in a jazzy sensual manner. Wished this piece was longer.

‘Animals and Encounters’ – A terrific dramatic cue underscored with elements of horror. The theme from ‘The Barn’ recurs, before the electronic leitmotif sets in as a prelude to a sudden change in rhythm. Morricone masterfully paces the track with the use of drums.
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I watched this movie several times and every time I watch it, the soundtrack always gets me. It so beautiful and I'm glad that I have my own copy.
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This production was not intended to break ground, but to enhance and engage the film viewer; it does just that. Two-thirds of the tracks stand alone as lush, broad, and well-balanced, intriguing melodies. The interplay of tenor saxophone and synth/harpsichord reveals the story's metamorphical tension, but the arrangements uphold the weight of such direct tactics. It is simple, adventurous, fun, and even sultry.
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Ennio Morricone is one of the best movie composers to ever grace the business. This score was composed later in life, and it is still very well done. He combines the right amount of beauty and suspense to create the mood for this horror-esque film. The addition of the recurring saxophone solo gives it an added creepy feeling against the drop of the slowing moving string background. The only complaint I have, is that, once again for a movie soundtrack, none of the musicians are listed.
If you liked this movie or are interested in checking out Morricone's scores, I would suggest checking out some of his work from the 60's, like The Good, The Bad and the Ugly or Fistful of Dollars, and later works like the Untouchables before buying this.
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