Le Monde perdu : Jurassic Park Soundtrack (

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Tags: giant dinosaur, bipedal dinosaur, dog's death
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El mundo perdido: Jurassic Park

Title in Português:

O Mundo Perdido: Jurassic Park

Title in Français:

Le monde perdu: Jurassic Park

Title in Deutsch:

Vergessene Welt: Jurassic Park


Four years after the total catastrophe in Jurassic Park (1993), humbled John Hammond wants to redeem himself by studying the progress of the prehistoric living relics that roam free on the secluded island of Isla Sorna: InGen's dino-engineering Site B. As a result, a reluctant Dr Ian Malcolm joins the expedition in the reptile-infested locale, along with his palaeontologist girlfriend Sarah Harding, documentarian Nick Van Owen, and tech-expert Eddie Carr.

However, they are unaware that Hammond's nephew Peter is hell-bent on capturing an array of primaeval species for his San Diego prehistoric zoo. But who can harness the raw strength of the ferocious Tyrannosaurus Rex, the ultimate apex predator?

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Le Monde perdu : Jurassic Park
Tres Dias
Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, op. 13 'Pathetique'
Ludwig van Beethoven: Writer
Jenõ Jandó: Performer
Piano Sonata in A Minor, K.310
Original 'Jurassic Park' Themes & Compositions
Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, op. 13 'Pathetique'

User reviews

William King

The musical score often felt disconnected from the on-screen action, failing to enhance the suspense or emotional moments in a meaningful way. It felt like a missed opportunity to elevate the overall cinematic experience.

Thomas Moore

The use of grand orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack adds a sense of epic scale to the film, making the dinosaur encounters feel even more monumental and awe-inspiring.

Laura Moore

The soundtrack features memorable themes that help to define the different moods and emotions of the film, from moments of wonder to heart-pounding action sequences.

Andrew Smith

Another strong point of the soundtrack is its use of motifs and themes that evoke the prehistoric nature of the dinosaurs. The composer's choice of instrumentation and melodies effectively transport the listener to a world filled with ancient creatures, adding an element of mystique and awe to the overall atmosphere of the film.