The Lost City of Z Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Z, la ciudad perdida

Title in Italiano:

Civiltà perduta

Title in Português:

A Cidade Perdida de Z


In 1905, British Army Major Percy Fawcett is ordered by the Royal Geographical Society to venture out to a grand adventure at the uncharted and dense Bolivian jungles to act as a referee and map out the borders with Brazil.

Anxiously, Fawcett, resting his reputation entirely on the venture's success as the son of a disgraced ex-military man, together with aide-de-camp Henry Costin, will set off on a dangerous mission to Amazonia, where apart from the starvation, the infernal heat, the hostile indigenous Indian tribes and the wild animals, they will also find evidence of advanced, non-white civilizations.

Determined to find the impossible and the ultimate missing piece of the human puzzle, the Lost City of Z, the ambitious Fawcett will visit the lush Amazonian jungles again and again in hopes of getting closer to his dream up until his equally mysterious and ungracious disappearance near 1925.

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The Lost City of Z
The Rite of Spring: The Augurs of Spring, Dances of the Young Girl
Igor Stravinsky: Composer
Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2: Lever du jour
Maurice Ravel: Composer
Yannick Nézet-Séguin: Performer
Morgenblatter, Op. 279
Cosi Fan Tutte K.588 Act 1 Scene 3 Eccovi Il Medico
La Traviata, Act II: Di Provenza il mar
Giuseppe Verdi: Composer
Daphnis et Chloé - Suite No. 2: Lever du jour
Violin Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042
Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109: III
Cosi Fan Tutte, Act I Finale, Eccovi il medico Signore belle!
Serenade Op. 8
Requiem in C Minor
Sonata No. 30 in E Major III: Andante molto cantabile
Did You Ever Seen a Lassie

User reviews

Ronald Baker

Overall, the music in The Lost City of Z is a crucial element that enhances the storytelling and brings an added layer of depth to the film's narrative.

Donald King

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack create a sense of grandeur and mystery, mirroring the epic scale of the expedition depicted in the film.

Dorothy Mitchell

The soundtrack of The Lost City of Z perfectly captures the sense of adventure and mystery that permeates the film. Each track immerses you in the dense Bolivian jungles and the dangerous mission of Major Percy Fawcett.

Betty Brown

The use of percussion and tribal rhythms in certain tracks adds a primal and visceral quality to the music, reflecting the wild and untamed nature of the Amazonian jungle.

Karen Williams

I was disappointed with the overall production quality of the soundtrack for The Lost City of Z. The sound mixing seemed unbalanced at times, with certain instruments overpowering others and making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the film's atmosphere.

Donald Robinson

The soundtrack of The Lost City of Z felt repetitive and lacked variety in its musical themes. I found myself struggling to distinguish between different scenes due to the lack of distinctive melodies or motifs.

Emily Brown

The soundtrack of The Lost City of Z effectively conveys the passage of time and the evolving emotions of the characters as they face various challenges during their journey.

Joseph Baker

The music effectively conveys the tension and danger faced by Major Percy Fawcett and his team as they navigate through uncharted territories.

Susan Perez

I found myself fully immersed in the story thanks to the evocative and atmospheric score that perfectly complements the visuals on screen.

Betty Johnson

The soundtrack of The Lost City of Z beautifully captures the sense of adventure and exploration in the Bolivian jungles.

Anthony Robinson

The emotional depth of the music enhances the personal struggles and ambitions of the characters, especially Fawcett's determination to find the Lost City of Z.

Elizabeth Allen

I appreciate how the soundtrack incorporates indigenous sounds and instruments, adding authenticity to the setting of the film.

Joshua Moore

The music elegantly underscores the emotional depth of Major Percy Fawcett's journey, adding layers of complexity to his character and the challenges he faces. The haunting melodies and pulsating rhythms create a rich tapestry of sound that enhances the storytelling and immerses the audience in Fawcett's quest for the Lost City of Z.

Kenneth King

The soundtrack of The Lost City of Z perfectly captures the sense of adventure and mystery that permeates the film. The sweeping orchestral arrangements transport the listener to the lush Amazonian jungles and evoke a sense of wonder and excitement.

William Nelson

The use of indigenous instruments and ethereal vocals adds a layer of authenticity and cultural richness to the soundtrack, further enhancing the exploration of advanced civilizations and the quest for the Lost City of Z. Overall, the music of The Lost City of Z is a captivating and immersive experience that enhances the emotional depth and intensity of the film.

George Lee

The haunting melodies and tribal rhythms evoke a sense of foreboding and excitement, enhancing the suspense and tension of the storyline. The music truly transports you to another time and place, making you feel like you are right there in the heart of the Amazonian jungle alongside Fawcett and his team.