The Dressmaker Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 65000 votes
Tags: costume designer, haute couture
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La modista

Title in Português:

A Modista


The Dressmaker


The Dressmaker is a novel by Rosalie Ham that tells the story of Tilly Dunnage, a talented dressmaker who returns to her small Australian hometown to take care of her ailing mother. Tilly was banished from the town as a child and has come back to seek revenge on those who wronged her. As she uses her skills to transform the women of the town with her beautiful creations, she uncovers dark secrets and scandals that have been buried for years. The story explores themes of redemption, forgiveness, and the power of transformation.

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Play Title Artist
The Dressmaker
Meet Me With Your Black Dress On
Jimmy Nelson: Writer
Shane O'Mara: Produced & recorded
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
Gus Edwards: Writer
Mark Leonard Winter: Performer
The Dungatar Football Club Song
Kate Dean: Traditional work arrangement & lyrics
Bang Bang
Colas Isnard: Writer
Lanie Lane: Performer
Sous le dôme épais (The Flower Duet)
Léo Delibes: From "lakmé" composed
The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra: Performer
Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
Jack Clement: Writer
David Hirschfelder: Arranged & produced
Shane O'Mara: Recorded
Be Anything
David Hirschfelder: Arranged & produced
Shane O'Mara: Recorded
I. Gordon: Writer
Lover Man
Billie Holiday: Performer
Roger Ramirez: Writer
Bali Ha'i
Richard Rodgers: Performer
Oscar Hammerstein II: Lyrics
Muriel Smith: Performer
People Will Say We're In Love
Richard Rodgers: Performer
Oscar Hammerstein II: Lyrics
Gordon MacRae: Performer
Bridal Chorus
Richard Wagner: Composer
David Hirschfelder: Arranged & recorded
A Fool Such As I
David Hirschfelder: Arranged & produced
Shane O'Mara: Recorded
Bill Trader: Writer
The Belle Of Belfast City
Shane O'Mara: Traditional work produced & recorded
Who Were You With Last Night
Three Little Maids
W.S. Gilbert: Writer
David Hirschfelder: Arrangement
Margot Knight: Performer
Joe Walks Out
Afternoon Outings
Joe Gives In
The Old Bathing Beauty
Norma's Suspicious
Who Were You with Last Night?
Fred Godfrey: Writer
Shane O'Mara: Produced & recorded
Bali Ha'i
South Pacific (1958): Performer
People Will Say We're in Love
Oklahoma! (1955): Performer
Norma's Suspicious
W.S. Gilbert: Performer

User reviews

Mark Lee

Each track in the soundtrack immerses the audience in the Australian setting, creating a rich atmosphere that transports you to the small town where Tilly's story unfolds.

Richard Smith

Overall, the musical score of The Dressmaker is a standout element of the film, elevating the viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression with its memorable melodies and emotional resonance.

Laura Walker

The soundtrack of The Dressmaker perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the story, enhancing every scene with its haunting melodies and evocative themes.

Kenneth Hill

The soundtrack of The Dressmaker showcases a diverse range of musical styles and genres, catering to a wide audience and appealing to different tastes.

Susan Scott

The music beautifully mirrors the protagonist's journey of redemption and transformation, adding layers of depth to her character and the overall narrative. It truly elevates the storytelling to a whole new level.

Anthony Lopez

The incorporation of folk and classical elements in the music brings a unique charm to the film, reflecting the rural Australian setting and enhancing the authenticity of the narrative.

Sarah White

The soundtrack's seamless blend of different musical genres mirrors the eclectic mix of personalities and backgrounds of the characters in the film, adding layers of complexity to the storytelling.

Patricia Martinez

The overall composition of the soundtrack seemed repetitive and uninspired, failing to capture the intricacies of the characters' emotions and the complexities of the plot.

Laura Young

The original songs written for the film capture the essence of Tilly's character and her transformation through fashion, adding depth and resonance to her personal story arc.

Margaret Gonzalez

Each track in the soundtrack complements the character development and adds layers of depth to the storytelling, creating a rich and immersive atmosphere.

William Mitchell

The incorporation of classical music pieces in certain scenes provides a sophisticated contrast to the rustic backdrop of the Australian outback, creating a unique and memorable auditory experience.

Richard Garcia

The soundtrack's dynamic range, from delicate and intimate melodies to grand and sweeping orchestral compositions, mirrors the emotional highs and lows of Tilly's journey and the town's secrets.

Edward Jackson

The music choices felt disconnected from the setting and time period of the film, making it difficult for me to fully immerse myself in the story.

Margaret Brown

The soundtrack of The Dressmaker perfectly captures the mysterious and haunting atmosphere of the story, setting the tone for Tilly's journey of revenge and redemption.

Sarah Campbell

The use of recurring motifs and leitmotifs in the soundtrack enhances the thematic coherence of the narrative, reinforcing key moments and character developments throughout the film.

Robert Carter

I found the soundtrack of The Dressmaker to be lacking in emotional depth and failed to enhance the storytelling experience for me.

Timothy Mitchell

The use of traditional Australian folk songs in the soundtrack adds an authentic and rustic feel to the setting, enhancing the rural small-town ambiance of the film.

William Johnson

The instrumental pieces in the soundtrack are emotive and poignant, effectively conveying the emotional depth of the characters and the complex relationships within the story.

Edward Perez

The soundtrack of The Dressmaker perfectly captures the emotional depth and complexity of the story, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Nancy Parker

Overall, the soundtrack of The Dressmaker is a masterful accompaniment to the film, elevating the storytelling and immersing the audience in the rich tapestry of emotions and revelations woven throughout the narrative.

Lisa Thomas

The music choices in the film are evocative and poignant, setting the tone for key moments in the narrative with a perfect blend of drama and sensitivity.

Nancy Green

The use of instrumental pieces in the soundtrack adds a timeless quality to the film, emphasizing the themes of redemption and transformation in a subtle yet impactful way.