Howards End Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.40/10 from 36000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Regreso a Howards End

Title in Italiano:

Casa Howard

Title in Português:

Regresso a Howards End

Synopsis

In Edwardian England, three families, representing three classes, have an impact on one another. The central characters are middle class sisters Margaret (Dame Emma Thompson) and Helen Schlegel (Helena Bonham Carter).

Margaret befriends the seriously ill Ruth Wilcox (Vanessa Redgrave), matriarch of the Wilcox family, who have a country estate known as Howards End. The younger Helen takes an interest in Leonard Bast (Samuel West), a working class clerk.

As Margaret gravitates towards the Wilcoxes, eventually marrying Henry Wilcox (Sir Anthony Hopkins) after Ruth's death, Helen identifies more and more with Leonard and his wife Jacky (Nicola Duffett), particularly after advice they've given him, originally from Henry Wilcox, turns out to be incorrect, and for which Leonard pays a heavy price.

The clash amongst them leads to tragedy.

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Howards End
Bridal Lullaby
Percy Grainger: Performer
Martin Jones: Performer
Mock Morris
Percy Grainger: Performer
Martin Jones: Performer
La Danse
André Derain: Performer
Funeral
Nico Muhly: Performer
Opening
Nico Muhly: Performer
Sea Side
Nico Muhly: Performer
They're Starving
Nico Muhly: Performer
Appalling Umbrella
Nico Muhly: Performer
Night Walk
Nico Muhly: Performer
She's Made a Mistake
Nico Muhly: Performer
Mistress
Nico Muhly: Performer
Innsbruck
Nico Muhly: Performer
Empty House
Nico Muhly: Performer
Miscommunication
Nico Muhly: Performer
Bast Appears
Nico Muhly: Performer
Abyss
Nico Muhly: Performer
Christmas Shopping
Nico Muhly: Performer
I Know
Nico Muhly: Performer
That's Decided
Nico Muhly: Performer
Bast's Death
Nico Muhly: Performer
In a Mist
Nico Muhly: Performer
It's Delightful
Nico Muhly: Performer
My Dearest Boy
Nico Muhly: Performer
Scruples
Nico Muhly: Performer
Books
Nico Muhly: Performer
Main Title: Howards End (Bridal Lullabay composed by Percy Grainger)
Richard Robbins: Performer
Helen and Paul Call It Off
Richard Robbins: Performer
Music And Meaning
Richard Robbins: Performer
The Basts/Spring Landscape
Richard Robbins: Performer
Tango At Simpson's-In-The-Strand
Richard Robbins: Performer
An Unexpected Proposal
Richard Robbins: Performer
Margaret's Arrival At Howards End (Bridal Lullabay composed by Percy Grainger)
Richard Robbins: Performer
At A Castle In Shropshire
Richard Robbins: Performer
Moving In
Richard Robbins: Performer
On The River
Richard Robbins: Performer
The Sister's Reconciliation
Richard Robbins: Performer
Leonard's Death
Richard Robbins: Performer
Return To Howards End
Richard Robbins: Performer
End Credits (Mock Morris composed by Percy Grainger)
Richard Robbins: Performer

User reviews

Carol Miller
10/10

The score seamlessly intertwines with the unfolding drama, enhancing the storytelling and creating a captivating atmosphere that immerses the audience in the world of Howards End.

Elizabeth Mitchell
9/10

The music perfectly reflects the social class dynamics depicted in the film, enhancing the emotional depth of each character's journey and struggles.

James Perez
5/10

The soundtrack of Howards End beautifully captures the essence of Edwardian England, setting the tone for the complex intertwining of three families from different social classes.

Emily Mitchell
9/10

The soundtrack of Howards End beautifully captures the essence of Edwardian England, setting the tone for the intricate relationships among the three families.

Robert Thomas
6/10

The blend of classical orchestral pieces and period-appropriate melodies creates a rich tapestry of sound that transports listeners back in time and enhances the viewing experience of this captivating film.

Margaret Campbell
6/10

Each musical composition adds layers of depth to the narrative, underscoring the evolving dynamics between the characters and the societal tensions that ultimately lead to tragedy.

Ronald Williams
6/10

The music perfectly reflects the emotional depth and nuances of the characters' relationships and struggles, enhancing the storytelling and immersing the audience in the period drama.