Jane Eyre Soundtrack (

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After being orphaned, Jane Eyre had a childhood being treated cruelly by those in charge of her welfare, first by her aunt, Mrs. Reed, then second those at Lowood School for Girls, where she at least received an education.

Now nineteen, Jane, going by the assumed name Jane Elliott, arrives with nothing and within an inch of her life on the doorstep of Moor House, the home of the plain living Rivers siblings, who, led by St. John Rivers, not only nurse her back to health, but secure employment for her as a teacher.

Why Jane has taken this new name is to hide from where she just came, her first position following her schooling, as governess to Adèle Varens, the French ward of Edward Fairfax Rochester, the master of Thornfield Hall.

Despite a slightly antagonistic beginning and the differences in their position, a romantic attraction formed between Jane and Rochester despite he courting Blanche Ingram.

It was not Blanche but a secret he hid from the world that led to Jane running away from Thornfield, he having placed her in the difficult position of bringing her into his confidence to hide that secret without telling her what that secret was or that he was indeed hiding something.

Factors into what happens with Jane are her past catching up with her, time with St. John, her continued feelings for Rochester, and that secret.

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Jane Eyre
Flamme Vengeresse
Daniel-François Auber: Performer
Eugène Scribe: Libretto
Romy Settbon Moore: Performer
Andrew McKenna: Arrangement
Piano Sonata No. 4 In E Flat Major, Op.7, First Movement: 'Allegro Molto E Con Brio'
Ludwig van Beethoven: (1796) composed
Dario Marianelli: Performer
Piano Sonata No. 11 In A Major, K.331, Third Movement: 'Alla Turca'
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: (c. 1783) composed
Dario Marianelli: Performer
Valentina Cervi: Performer
Andrew McKenna: Arrangement
Lord Byron: (1874) words
Imogen Poots: Performer
Piano Sonata No. 4 In E Flat Major, Op.7, First Movement: 'Allegro Molto E Con Brio'
Piano Sonata No. 11 In A Major, K.331, Third Movement: 'Alla Turca'

User reviews

Anthony Wilson

The orchestration in the soundtrack effectively conveys the shifting dynamics of Jane's relationships with the various characters in the story, adding depth and complexity to the narrative.

Sarah Green

The musical score did not effectively convey the gothic and mysterious atmosphere of Thornfield Hall and the surrounding moors, missing the opportunity to enhance the overall mood and tension of the story.

David Campbell

The haunting melodies create a sense of mystery and intrigue, mirroring the secrets and hidden truths that unfold throughout the story.

James Thomas

The soundtrack effectively conveys the passage of time and the evolution of Jane's character, contributing to the overall narrative arc.

Laura Adams

The music in Jane Eyre enhances the atmosphere of the film, creating a sense of mystery, romance, and longing that beautifully complements the visuals and dialogue of the story.

Daniel Adams

The soundtrack of Jane Eyre failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' relationships, resulting in a lackluster and unengaging listening experience.

Nancy Roberts

The soundtrack of Jane Eyre perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the story, enhancing the viewer's experience.

John Miller

The romantic themes in the music convey the complicated relationship between Jane and Rochester, adding depth to their interactions.

Ronald Hernandez

The haunting and emotional melodies in the Jane Eyre soundtrack perfectly capture the tumultuous journey of the protagonist, Jane, as she faces challenges and discovers her own strength.

James Harris

Overall, the music in Jane Eyre is a powerful and evocative element that enhances the storytelling and emotional impact of the film.

Brian Taylor

The music sets the tone for the difficult and challenging childhood of Jane Eyre, evoking feelings of sadness and longing.

Elizabeth Lopez

The soundtrack beautifully reflects Jane's resilience and determination as she overcomes the adversities she faces in her life.