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Thom Hanreich Pina
01 :17
02 05 :29
03
Thom Hanreich Glasshouse
01 :07
04
Hazmat Modine Bahamut
06 :04
05
Thom Hanreich and Sebi Padotzke Rooftop
01 :16
06
Owain Phyfe, Stefano Pando & The New World Renaissance Band La Prima Vez
03 :10
07
English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten and Jennifer Vyvyan O Let Me Weep, For Ever Weep
07 :50
08
Germano Rocha Os Meus Olhos
02 :48
09
Thom Hanreich Tied Down
02 :28
10
Jun Miyake & Lisa Papineua The Here and After
05 :06
11
René Aubry Memoires du Futur I
04 :55
12
Thom Hanreich and Sebi Padotzke My One and Only Love
02 :27
13
Jun Miyake All Names
04 :44
14
Cujo (Amon Tobin) Fat Ass Joint
05 :44
15
Thom Hanreich Shake it
01 :40
ARTIST
TITLE
Pina: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
DG 001CD DG 001CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
11/8/2011

The soundtrack to the film Pina for Pina Bausch by Wim Wenders, containing 15 tracks from the successful 3D movie. Most of the music is from the productions of Pina Bausch's dance company, featured in the movie. Songs composed especially for this movie by Berlin musician Thom Hanreich add to this versatile concoction. Wim Wenders' love for music can be perceived in all of his movies -- this time around it is no different. Especially with the sounds from Pina Bausch's dance company which predefined the choice of music: "Music plays a highly important part in all of Pina's pieces. And music was certainly one of the reasons why I felt so well sheltered inside them, so much at home," says Wim Wenders. The soundtrack Pina portrays a cross-section of this musical variety. The compilation presents a range of artists such as Jun Miyake (Japan), Lisa Papineau (France), Hazmat Modine (USA), Owain Phyfe & The New World Renaissance Band (USA), Germano Rocha (Canada), René Aubry (France), Amon Tobin aka Cujo (Brazil), The English Chamber Orchestra (UK), and Thom Hanreich (Germany). It comprises a mix of different music styles, featuring artists maybe not known to all of the listeners. The soundtrack will be sure to awaken memories of many compelling movie scenes. Wim Wenders emphasizes that the music Pina Bausch chose is one of yearning. The director states: "We shared a similar taste in music. Whether in blues, in fado, or in Latin-American music, but also in popular German music, this yearning, this deep longing is predominant." Many fans have been yearning for the music from Pina.