Inspired by the film music of the 1960s and 1970s (when these war epics were first made in Soviet cinema), the main theme from Lubchenko’s score is a beautiful waltz, inspired by an earlier title of the movie (Leningrad Waltz). Besides this recurring waltz (an admittedly unique addition to a thriller score), the composer also provides a powerful theme for the people suffering as well as a handful of powerful organ cues lingering ominously over the besieged city. The score was recorded by the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra in the Theatre Concert Hall under the baton of Anton Lubchenko.
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Jeremy [Six Strings]