Elegy Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 23000 votes
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Lezioni d'amore

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David Kepesh is growing old. He's a professor of literature, a student of American hedonism, and an amateur musician and photographer. When he finds a student attractive, Consuela, a 24-year-old Cuban, he sets out to seduce her. Along the way, he swims in deeper feelings, maybe he's drowning. She presses him to sort out what he wants from her, and a relationship develops. They talk of traveling. He confides in his friend, George, a poet long-married, who advises David to grow up and grow old. She invites him to meet her family. His own son, from a long-ended marriage, confronts him. Is the elegy for lost relationships, lost possibilities, beauty and time passing, or failure of nerve?

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Adagio from Concerto in D Minor
Dance Me to the End of Love
Leonard Cohen: Writer
Madeleine Peyroux: Performer
Early Morning Mood
Chet Baker: Writer
Chet Baker: Performer
Diabelli Variation Op. 120 No. 24
Diabelli Variation Op. 120 No. 29
Gnossiennes No. 3
Erik Satie: Writer
David Troy Francis: Performer
Gnossiennes No. 4
Erik Satie: Writer
David Troy Francis: Performer
Vedrò con mio diletto
Antonio Vivaldi: Writer
Philippe Jaroussky: Performer
Déjame Recordar
Gecko Turner: Writer
Gecko Turner: Performer
Loneliness Ends with Love
Margaret Whiting: Vocal
Al Lerner: Writer
Al Lerner: Performer
Ay Que Sospecha Tengo
Rita Montaner: Performer
Les Ondes Silencieuses
Cécile Schott: Writer
Cécile Schott: Performer
Organ Fugue In G Minor
Spiegel Im Spiegel
Arvo Pärt: Writer
David Troy Francis: Performer
Jingle Bells
Auld Lang Syne
Robert Burns: Traditional tune, lyrics
Christy Carew: Performer
This Place in Time
Cécile Schott: Writer
Cécile Schott: Performer
Horizon Variations
Max Richter: Writer
Benjamin L. Brown: Performer

User reviews

Susan Taylor

I appreciate how the soundtrack of Elegy mirrors the protagonist's internal struggle and growth throughout the film. The music evolves along with the characters, highlighting their emotional journey.

James Williams

The choice of music in Elegy is both subtle and impactful. The score doesn't overpower the scenes but rather enhances the emotions and conflicts portrayed on screen.

Patricia Martinez

Overall, the musical choices in Elegy add a layer of richness and depth to the narrative, elevating the viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression.

Jennifer Wilson

The soundtrack of Elegy perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the film's themes. The music enhances the scenes of introspection and longing, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Matthew Lee

The soundtrack of Elegy lingers in my mind long after watching the film, underscoring the bittersweet nature of the story. The music stays with you, echoing the themes of lost opportunities and the passage of time.

Patricia Lee

The soundtrack of Elegy felt disjointed and disconnected from the emotional depth of the film. The music choices often undermined the poignant moments, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story.

Melissa Baker

The music in Elegy effectively enhances the themes of aging and longing for connection. The haunting melodies evoke a sense of nostalgia and regret, adding layers of complexity to the characters' relationships.

Andrew Davis

The choice of instruments and melodies in the soundtrack of Elegy is exquisite, adding a layer of sophistication and elegance to the storytelling. The music not only complements the visuals but also elevates the overall cinematic experience to a higher level of artistry.

Elizabeth Wilson

I found the repetitive use of certain musical motifs in the soundtrack to be distracting and monotonous. Instead of enhancing the mood of the scenes, it felt like the music was on a loop, lacking creativity and originality.

Nancy Miller

The lack of thematic coherence in the soundtrack of Elegy left me feeling unsatisfied and detached from the characters' emotional journeys. The music failed to capture the complexity of the relationships portrayed on screen, making it challenging to empathize with the characters' struggles.

Kenneth Perez

The soundtrack of Elegy perfectly captures the melancholic and introspective mood of the film. The use of piano and string instruments creates a sense of emotional depth and reflection.