KeepMoving Records (KMRCD 032)
Release Date: August 2, 2014
|1.||- A Grand Affair||2:08|
|2.||- Intruder In House / Running Home||1:29|
|3.||- Have Dinner With Me||1:18|
|4.||- First Kiss||3:00|
|5.||- Walking In Paris / Suicide Bridge||1:09|
|7.||- Only Two Of Us||0:53|
|8.||- Exiled Emotions||1:10|
|10.||- Memories Of Us||1:51|
|12.||- Final Threat||6:19|
|13.||- Rescuing Daria||4:55|
|14.||- Life's Epilogue||3:28|
|15.||- Chasing Destiny||1:15|
|16.||- Last Goodbye||2:04|
|17.||- And Ocean Away||1:14|
|18.||- Time Stands Still||2:32|
|Total Album Time:||39:51|
The music for Say It in Russian was written by Istanbul-born composer Pinar Toprak. The dark and passionate score inspired by the musical legacy of Russian romanticism was recorded by 75 musicians of the Belgrade Film Orchestra, making it the composer's first symphonic recording.
KeepMoving Records is proud to present the complete underscore from the film, parts of which were available only on promotional releases by the composer. By doing a new mix and including several short but sweet cues for the first time, we're happy to give you the definite presentation of this sometimes tragic, sometimes propulsive, but on the whole wonderful score.
The CD comes with an 8-page booklet with commentary by Gergely Hubai and personal commentary by Pinar Toprak recalling the excitment of recording her first ever symphonic score.
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