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The Piano Soundtrack

The Piano (1993) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
By:Michael Nyman
Release date:18.05.2004
Bitrate:~320 kbps
Length: 60:33 (20 tracks)
Size:139.43 MB
Movie
Year:1993
Country:France
Genre: romance drama
IMDB: 107822

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1.To the Edge of the Earth
Michael Nyman
4:06

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3209.40
2.Big My Secret
Michael Nyman
2:52

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3206.59
3.A Wild and Distant Shore
Michael Nyman
5:52

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32013.44
4.The Heart Asks Pleasure First
Michael Nyman
1:36

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3203.69
5.Here to There
Michael Nyman
1:02

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3202.38
6.The Promise
Michael Nyman
4:16

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3209.78
7.A Bed of Ferns
Michael Nyman
0:48

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3201.85
8.The Fling
Michael Nyman
1:29

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3203.42
9.The Scent of Love
Michael Nyman
4:19

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3209.87
10.Deep Into the Forest
Michael Nyman
3:00

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3206.90
11.The Mood That Passes Through You
Michael Nyman
1:14

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3202.84
12.Lost and Found
Michael Nyman
2:27

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3205.61
13.The Embrace
Michael Nyman
2:37

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3205.99
14.Little Impulse
Michael Nyman
2:12

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3205.06
15.The Sacrifice
Michael Nyman
2:50

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3206.51
16.I Clipped Your Wing
Michael Nyman
4:36

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32010.56
17.The Wounded
Michael Nyman
2:30

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3205.73
18.All Imperfect Things
Michael Nyman
4:04

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3209.30
19.Dreams of a Journey
Michael Nyman
5:32

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32012.68
20.The Heart Asks Pleasure First / The Promise (Edit)
Michael Nyman
3:11

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3207.30
  60:33   139.43
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Plot summary

It is the mid-nineteenth century. Ada is a mute who has a young daughter, Flora. In an arranged marriage she leaves her native Scotland accompanied by her daughter and her beloved piano. Life in the rugged forests of New Zealand's South Island is not all she may have imagined and nor is her relationship with her new husband Stewart. She suffers torment and loss when Stewart sells her piano to a neighbour, George. Ada learns from George that she may earn back her piano by giving him piano lessons, but only with certain other conditions attached. At first Ada despises George but slowly their relationship is transformed and this propels them into a dire situation.

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