The sadness inherent in Wold's score is exquisitely poignant and somehow universal; even without dialogue and the visual element of the film, it makes an eloquent comment on the human condition. - Option
...the music combines folk and classical elements to produce a monothematic, moody atmosphere of regret and loss. Highly recommended... - Film Score Monthly
The soundtrack for Jon Jost film, a movie that starts sad and gets much sadder, and music that conveys a moody atmosphere of regret and loss. A mix of live instruments and samples from the sawmill that dominates the town where the movie was shot. A mix of Wold's typical post-classical style with country elements.
released December 14, 2013
Accordion – Big Lou
Cello – Matthew Brubeck
Clarinet – Beth Custer
Composed By, Piano – Erling Wold
Drums – Mark McQuade Crawford
Piano – Erling Wold
Saxophone – Nik Phelps
Viola – Katrin Wreede
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