The Truman Show [Music from the Motion Picture]

The Truman Show [Music from the Motion Picture]

by Burkhard Dallwitz


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The soundtrack to Peter Weir's Jim Carrey makeover The Truman Show largely consists of Burkhard Dallwitz's appropriately eerie, comical and sentimental score, yet its also features music from Philip Glass, Chopin, and Wojciech Kilar. The entire collection is remarkably ambitious for an event movie and the music makes for one of the more intriguing soundtracks of 1998.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/02/1998
Label: Milan Records
UPC: 0731383585029
catalogNumber: 35850

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Burkhard Dallwitz   Primary Artist
Michael Riesman   Conductor
Jim Carrey   Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Artur Rubinstein   Piano
Big 6   Track Performer
Kazimierz Kord   Conductor
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski   Conductor
Big Six   Band
Poland National Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Earl Boen   Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part

Technical Credits

Emmanuel Chamboredon   Executive Producer
Kurt Munkasci   Producer
Don Murray   Engineer
Toby Pieniek   Executive Producer
Wojciech Kilar   Composer
Peter Weir   Producer,Liner Notes
Andrew Kagan   Art Direction
Scott Rudin   Executive Producer
Edward S. Feldman   Executive Producer
Burkhard Dallwitz   Composer,Producer
Richard Henderson   Liner Notes
Don Murray   Engineer
Edward S. Feldman   Executive Producer

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The Truman Show [Music from the Motion Picture] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great CD! Loved the music...listen to it all the time. Only one problem. It is missing Rondo Alla Turca (You know... the piece they played through the entire beginning of the movie?!) Otherwise, it is a very good CD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wow, outstanding, saw the movie last week, and the sound track is just as phonominal. I do wish it had that lovely piano peice though... heard it on someone's cell phone few days ago, that is why I bought the CD.