Label: Quartet QRMS019
From Quartet Records: "Quartet Records is proud to present the new film score by the talented Spanish composer Zeltia Montes (The Happets in the Kingdom of the Sun) for the film director Ignacio Vilar, three years after their first collaboration together in the film Pradolongo. The delicate, full emotional score by Zeltia Montes is impregnated with the Galician roots where it develops the film. A lush, yet ethnically intimate score that seamlessly merges the orchestra of the present with the indigenous instruments from music’s feudal past, among them the dulcimer sounds of a Santur, the viola-like Fidula de arco, and the Medieval Spanish strings of the Vihuela de Mano. Montes abets her striking, time-lost sound with the hurdy-gurdy, accordion, bagpipe, jaw harp and classical and acoustic guitars. Also includes a beatiful original song performed by the Portuguese jazz vocalist Sofia Ribeiro, whose haunting voice courses through her score, much like the life-giving essence of the gods that farmers once worshipped as part of the Earth itself. The package includes a 12-page booklet, full of color stills, and liner notes by Daniel Schweiger, film director Ignacio Vilar and composer Zeltia Montes."
1. ¡Volve a Vilamor! / Back in Lovetown (2:32) 2. Primeira Ollada / First Look (3:25) 3. A Liberdade Ameazada / Threatened Freedom (2:40) 4. Coidado coas Bestas, Hermes / Careful with the Beast, Hermes (3:42) 5. Saudade da Aldea Galega / Longing of the Galician Village (2:31) 6. Soedade / Solitude (4:08) 7. O Paraíso Esta Eiquí / Paradise is Here (3:46) 8. Orientación e Guía, Padre / Orientation and Guidance, Father (2:39) 9. Na Procura da Liberdade / In Search of Freedom (3:08) 10. Vai Buscar a Sonia / Looking for Sonia (2:25) 11. Deixádevos Levar / Let Yourself Go (4:01) 12. O Mellor é Separarnos / It’s Best to Split (3:03) 13. Quería Estar Contigo / I Wanted to Be With You (3:45) 14. El Tempo Cámbianos a Todos / Time Changes Us All (2:02) 15. O Aquí e O Agora / Here and Now (2:57) 16. O Sol da Liberdade / The Sun of Freedom (3:11)