Three Colors: White (soundtrack)

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Three Colors: White
Film score by Zbigniew Preisner
Released 1994
Genre Soundtrack, classical
Label Virgin
Three Colors chronology
Three Colors: Blue
Three Colors: White
Three Colors: Red
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White is the soundtrack to the film Three Colors: White by Polish composer Zbigniew Preisner and performed by Silesian Philharmonic choir along with Sinfonia [2]

Zbigniew Preisner composer

Zbigniew Preisner is a Polish film score composer, best known for his work with film director Krzysztof Kieślowski.


Track listing

  1. The Beginning
  2. The Court
  3. Dominique Tries To Go Home
  4. A Chat In The Underground
  5. Return To Poland
  6. Home At Last
  7. On The Wisla
  8. First Job
  9. Don't Fall Asleep
  10. After The First Transaction
  11. Attempted Murder
  12. The Party On The Wisla
  13. Don Karol I
  14. Phone Call To Dominique
  15. Funeral Music
  16. Don Karol II
  17. Morning At The Hotel
  18. Dominique's arrest
  19. Don Karol III
  20. Dominique In Prison
  21. The End

Three Colors Soundtracks

<i>Three Colors: Blue</i> (soundtrack) album

Three Colors: Blue is the soundtrack album to the award-winning film Three Colors: Blue, with music composed by Zbigniew Preisner. The music is performed by the Sinfonia Varsovia.

<i>Three Colors: Red</i> (soundtrack) album by Zbigniew Preisner

Three Colors: Red is the soundtrack album to the award-winning film Three Colors: Red, with music composed by Zbigniew Preisner. The music is performed by the Sinfonia Varsovia.

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