Under the Tuscan Sun (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Download links and information about Under the Tuscan Sun (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture) by Christophe Beck. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 48:13 minutes.
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|1.||Follow the Flower||3:40|
|2.||I Broke My Heart In San Francisco||0:57|
|3.||Wish You Were Here||1:00|
|5.||Un Segno Di Dio||0:42|
|8.||A Team of Experts||1:27|
|12.||The Old Man With the Flowers||0:46|
|14.||Ode to San Lorenzo||1:34|
|16.||Marcello, of Course||1:03|
|18.||What American Women Say||1:32|
|26.||The Most Important Thing||2:47|
Montreal-born Christophe Beck — who previously worked with Tuscan director Audrey Wells on Guinevere — became quite the Hollywood first-call composer in 2003, scoring Just Married, Confidence, American Wedding, and Dickie Roberts in addition to Under the Tuscan Sun, a whimsical jaunt that follows Diane Lane's character as she rediscovers love and life in Tuscany. The score incorporates three musical voices braided together: a contemporary theme, for Lane's character, Frances; another paying homage to Federico Fellini's composer, Nino Rota; and a third offering a comic/romantic interpretation of Italian life. There's early whimsy and bounce in "Follow the Flower," melancholy in "I Broke My Heart in San Francisco," then cool, old-school jazz on "Wish You Were Here" and a touch of cautious romance on "Bramasole" — four key pieces that set the tone and mood swings of the entire 30-track affair.