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There is no physical soundtrack CD, but the score is available online as a digital download. As they delve deeper into the case they find themselves getting more and more involved in the world of Polish organized crime, and start to think that the murderer might be the victim’s son, who had become involved with criminal gangs. Sequence 5 – There is Always Someone Behind the Murder [Piano Solo] (), 17. Fans of the composers I mentioned earlier, Glass and Nyman, or of Alexandre Desplat’s more minimalist works, will certainly find much to appreciate here, and I hope the success of the film leads to some sort of score release further down the road, even if it’s only as a digital download. Although some may find the over-reliance on a sampled orchestra a little distracting, and while others may find Kostylev’s obvious affection for 1990s Zimmer a little cliché, I personally found the depth and compositional excellence of Kostylev’s music, considering his limited resources, to be both striking and enjoyable throughout. PROSTA HISTORIA O MORDERSTWIE – Bartosz Chajdecki Prosta Historia O Morderstwie is a crime thriller directed by Arkadiusz Jakubik, which follows the investigation by Polish police officers into the murder of one of their colleagues. Unfortunately the score for These Daughters of Mine is not available for commercial purchase at this time – just a 22-minute promo provided by Chajdecki for promotional and award consideration. Dima and Elena first met at an airport in Paris in early 2006, where they were introduced by a mutual acquaintance, Dima's manager Yana Rudkovskaya.
The film is directed by Yuriy Vasilev, stars Dima Bilan and Svetlana Ivanova, and has a delicious classical score by 79-year-old composer Eduard Artemyev. For The History of Love, Amar drew from the ethnic traditions of traditional Jewish music, both in terms of style and instrumentation, and combined it with the broad sounds of a contemporary western orchestra, illustrating the idea of a culture clash: the east versus the west, Judaism versus Christianity, old versus new. The music in cues like “Second Time in Prison,” “First Corpse,” “Second Corpse,” “Wanna Sax,” “Second Attempt,” and many others, is a whole new sound for Chajdecki; for comparison, one might think of Ornette Coleman’s contributions to Howard Shore’s score for Naked Lunch, or the music Elliot Goldenthal filtered through his ‘pickled heads’ persona on scores like Titus or The Butcher Boy.
A noble string lament anchors the opening “Prologue,” before segueing into the pretty and emotional “Whether Legend or Myth,” which combines a pair of tinkling sampled balalaikas with a series of deep, sonorous cello and double bass chords and soaring violin figures that give the men and their story weight and gravitas. The film, which starred Agata Kulesza and Gabriela Muskala, was a major success at the box office in Poland in 2016, and won the Polish Academy Award for Best Screenplay for its writer.