Varese Sarabande has announced the details for the soundtrack album of the Ralph Fiennes-directed drama Coriolanus. The 2-CD release features the film’s original score composed by Ilan Eshkeri (Stardust, Layer Cake) on one disc and will be mixed with dialogue highlights from Shakespeare’s play on the second. The soundtrack will be released on May 1, 2012 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon. Audio clips from the score will be added to this page in a couple of weeks. Coriolanus starring Ralph Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Vanessa Redgrave and Brian Cox is currently playing in limited release. To learn more about the film, visit the Weinstein Company’s official movie website.


Here’s the track list of the album:

Disc I • The Score
1. A Place Calling Itself Rome (1:25)
2. Citizens March (1:37)
3. You Fragments (:57)
4. Souls Of Geese (4:04)
5. Make You A Sword Of Me (2:57)
6. We Hate Alike (1:09)
7. And Then Men Die (1:00)
8. Virgilia (:58)
9. The Deeds Of Coriolanus (4:05)
10. My Masters (1:16)
11. Penalty Of Death (2:38)
12. There Is A World Elsewhere (:56)
13. Starve With Feeding (3:34)
14. What Is Thy Name (1:44)
15. Meneneus (1:19)
16. Milk In A Male Tiger (1:30)
17. Some Other Deity (1:34)
18. Oh Mother (1:07)
19. Cut Me To Pieces (1:24)
20. Sta Pervolia (3:25)
21. Coriolanus (2:10)

Disc II • Music And Dialogue From The Film
1. A Place Calling Itself Rome (1:40)
2. You Fragments (1:14)
3. Souls Of Geese (4:07)
4. Make You A Sword Of Me (2:58)
5. We Hate Alike (1:18)
6. And Then Men Die (:59)
7. The Deeds Of Coriolanus (4:23)
8. Penalty Of Death (2:57)
9. There Is A World Elsewhere (2:33)
10. Starve With Feeding (3:47)
11. What Is Thy Name (2:02)
12. Milk In A Male Tiger (3:16)
13. Some Other Deity (1:35)
14. Oh Mother (1:44)
15. Cut Me To Pieces (1:37)

  1. Zoe says:

    I hope that in the CD at least the composer of the closing song is correctly credited! The song “Sta Pervolia” was composed in 1960-61 by the legendary Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis, and recorded in 1962 as part of the Song for a Dead Brother cycle (album), sung by Grigoris Bithikotsis. Theodorakis may have placed his work online for the enjoyment of all the world but that does not give anyone the right to refuse him the credit due to him as it’s creator! Yet his name was not mentioned in the end credits nor on IMDB or anywhere else. How shameful.