Rabbit Hole (Original Moton Picture Soundtrack)
Download links and information about Rabbit Hole (Original Moton Picture Soundtrack) by Anton Sanko. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack, Instrumental genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 21:59 minutes.
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|10.||Walk In the Park||0:43|
|11.||Walking the Dog||1:52|
|15.||An Uncomfortable Silence||0:35|
Anton Sanko has played with singer/songwriter Suzanne Vega, collaborated with the singer Anna Domino as well as the late writer/rocker Jim Carroll, and scored a number of film and television projects, including the award-winning television series Big Love. In 2010, he wrote music for Rabbit Hole, a dramatic feature directed by John Cameron Mitchell and starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart. The film follows a couple whose lives are shattered by the sudden death of their son. Sanko’s music is low-key throughout the film, which makes for an effective contrast to the powerful drama on the screen. “Cleaning” highlights ukulele and charango backed by flutes and woodwind; on “Opening Titles,” deftly deployed strings and clarinet are set against tiple. “The Accident,” which marks a key turning point in the film, features a slow and simple piano part that works wonderfully. On “Open House” a sense of looking forward filters in, and delicately plucked tones fill the air like dancing motes in rays of light on “Walking the Dog.” The album closes with “Uncomfortable Silence,” a short piece that is both melancholy and hopeful.