|The Man Who Cried OST|
|Soundtrack album by Osvaldo Golijov|
|Released||22 May 2001|
The Man Who Cried: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released May 22, 2001. It features new music composed by Osvaldo Golijov, and was produced by Sally Potter and performed by the Royal Opera House Orchestra Covent Garden, Salvatore Licitra, and Taraf de Haïdouks.
|1.||"Je crois entendre encore" (Voice)||Georges Bizet||Salvatore Licitra & The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House||3:42|
|2.||"Jalousie" (Instrumental)||Jacob Gade, Winifred May||Vasko Vassilev; Pamela Nicholson||3:00|
|3.||"Di quella pira" (Voice)||Giuseppe Verdi||Licitra||2:15|
|4.||"Close Your Eyes" (Instrumental)||Osvaldo Golijov||Kronos Quartet||3:45|
|5.||"Tiganesca" (Instrumental)||Sapo Perapaskero||Taraf de Haïdouks||2:27|
|6.||"E Lucevan le stelle" (Voice)||Giacomo Puccini||Licitra||3:24|
|7.||"Cesar's Song" (Instrumental)||Golijov||Kronos Quartet||3:45|
|8.||"Baladele Revoluteii" (Instrumental)||Perapaskero||Taraf de Haïdouks||3:17|
|9.||"Dido's Lament" (Voice)||Henry Purcell||Iva Bittova, Taraf de Haïdouks||1:47|
|10.||"Je crois entendre encore" (Voice)||Bizet||Katia And Marielle Labèque, Salvatore Licitra||3:52|
|11.||"Ducho Balvaio" (Instrumental)||Perapaskero||Taraf de Haïdouks||3:29|
|12.||"Torna a surriento" (Voice)||Ernesto de Curtis, Giambattista de Curtis, Alfredo Mazzucchi||Katia Labèque, Salvatore Licitra||3:12|
|13.||"Without a Word" (Instrumental)||Golijov||Kronos Quartet, Fred Frith, Christopher Laurence||3:34|
|14.||"Bangi Khelimos" (Instrumental)||Perapaskero||Taraf de Haïdouks||2:15|
|15.||"Gloomy Sunday" (Voice)||Rezsö Seress, László Jávor, Desmond Carter||Iva Bittova, Brian Dee, Andrew Cleyndert, Clarke Tracey, Steven Prutsman||3:27|
|16.||"Close Your Eyes (Yiddish)" (Voice)||Golijov, Sally Potter||Salvatore Licitra, Kronos Quartet||2:13|
|17.||"Je crois entendre encore (Yiddish)" (Voice)||Bizet||Licitra||4:16|
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