Stream the epic 4 hour soundtrack to Terrence Malick’s next film “Knight of Cups”

By on July 24, 2015

Indiewire reports we’ll have to wait another 8 months for Terrence Malick’s newest film “Knight of Cups,” which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival this year and now has a date of March 4, 2016. The film stars Christian Bale, Natalie Portman and Cate Blanchett.

From the look of the trailer, Knight of Cups lives inside the same drifting-camera love-story epic of his last two projects. (For a deeper look into the spellbinding “Creation Scene” from Malick’s 2011 “Tree of Life,” head over to our own Bryan Thomas’ recent story here). The new film stars Bale as a screenwriter in LA, churned up by the excesses of Hollywood life and responding to surreal events that befall him.

And while we have to wait for the film, Indiewire has also published the epic track list for the upcoming project that mixes contemporary dark ambient from Burial, Biosphere (if you’ve never listened to Subtrata, get ready for a journey) and Explosions in the Sky, with 20th century Classical and Minimal works. A generous soul has created this 4 hour spotify playlist:

“The Pilgrim’s Progress” – Ralph Vaughan Williams, Performed by Sir John Gielgud, City Of London Sinfonia
“Spiraling 5th” – Hanan Townshend
“Exodus” – Wojciech Kilar, Performed By Krakow Philharmonic Chorus and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra
“Sogno Di Un Automobile” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“Searching For A Serene Sphere” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“The Death Of Ase” – Edvard Grieg, Performed by BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
“Symphony No. 4 Los Angeles” – Arvo Part, Performed by Los Angeles Philharmonic
“patashnik” – Biosphere
“In Search Of Galiola” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“Track 1/4 – Poem From Insomnia” – Biosphere
“Substrata” – Biosphere
“The Coconut” – Thee Oh Sees
“Miserere – Arvo Part, Performed By Estonian Philharmonic
“Unisons” – Hanan Townshend
“Fantasy On A Theme Of Thomas Tallis” – Composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams, The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
“I Need Seed” – Thee Oh Sees
“Last Known Surroundings” – Explosions In The Sky
“Cosmic Beam Journey” – Francesco Lupica
“Prophecy Of A Village Kreman” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“Approaching” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“Track 3/4 – Poem From Insomnia” – Biosphere
“Farewell Mix From An Old Fridge Before It Sank In The Sea” – Arsenije Jovanovic
“Man With A Movie Camera” – Biosphere
“Canon and Gigue in D Major” – Johann Pachelbel
“Images”- Claude Debussy, Performed By Lyon National Orchestra
“Concerto Grosso in G Minor, Op. 6, No. 8, ‘Christmas Concerto’ “ – Arcangelo Corelli, Performed by Capella Istropolitana
“Ansonia” – Paul Ngozi and the Ngozi Family
“Nocturne No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2” – Frederic Chopin, Performed by Idril Biret
“Cool Out” – Bosco Delrey
“Symphony No. 9 ‘Choral’ “ – Ludwig van Beethoven, Performed by Nicolaus Esterhazy
“Dilbar Dilbara” – M. Ashraf and Naheed Akhtar
“Nocturnes: Sirenes” – Claude Debussy, Performed by BRT Philharmonic Orchestra
“Salons Song” – Arvo Part, Performed by The Tallin Chamber Orchestra
“Kol Nidrei” – Max Bruch, Performed by National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland
“Distress” – Hanan Townshend
“Hyperborea”- Biosphere
“6 Epigraphes antiques: Pour l’egyptienne” – Claude Debussy, Performed by Lyon National Orchestra
“Solveig’s Song” – Edvard Grieg, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
“Wind Song” – Sleep Good
“Schlitterbahn” – Sleep Good
“Squire Fire” – Steven Orenstein
“Secret Garden”- White Mystery
“Symphony No. 3, Op. 36/Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs” – Hynryk Gorecki, Performed By Polish National Radio Symphony
“Ashtray Wasp” – Burial
“Dawa Gompa”- David Parsons
“The Things I Tell You” – Biosphere
“Water Theme For Harp” – Hanan Townshend
“Water Theme For Woodwinds” – Hanan Townshend
“Ceremony 1” – Klaus Wiese
“Ceremony 3” – Klaus Wiese
“Initiation Psalm One” – Paul Horn
“Snapshot From The Island”- Tabor Szemzo

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