Max Richter’s ‘Lore’ Soundtrack Released

Posted: September 8, 2012 by filmmusicreporter in Film Music Albums
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Porchlight Films has released a soundtrack album for the World War II drama Lore. The album features the film’s original score composed by Max Richter (Waltz With Bashir). The soundtrack is now available digitally on iTunes, where you can also listen to audio clips. Lore is directed by Cate Shortland (Sommersault) and stars Saskia Rosendahl, Kai Malina, Ursina Lardi and Nele Trebs. The film set is in 1945 Germany at the end of the war and follows five children whose Nazi parents have been taken into custody by the Allies. The German/Australian/Scottish co-production premiered at the Sydney Film Festival this summer and has been selected as the Australian entry for the Best Foreign Language category at the 85th Academy Awards. Music Box Films has picked up domestic rights for the movie. No release date has been announced yet.

Here’s the album track list:

1. He is Here
2. Everything is Burning
3. Night Departure
4. Running Through Field
5. The Wedding Ring
6. He Won’t Open the Door
7. Meeting Thomas
8. The Realisation
9. The Dead Man
10. Keep Walking
11. She’s Worse
12. The Riverman
13. Burying the Evidence
14. Soft Touch
15. When Will he be Back
16. Running Away
17. After Gunter’s Death
18. The Family
19. End Credits

  1. james says:

    WHY ONLY US!??!! Need this OST but im from UK :'(

    • Richie says:

      I can’t find this anywhere. Only on itunes and I can’t get it from there. I saw the film and it was fantastic. I’d love to find this soundtrack. A disk on ebay would be great!

  2. Rob says:

    Seriously. Max Richter is out of this world. Absolutely blown away. WHERE CAN I GET THIS SCORE??

  3. Mary says:

    It’s not on iTunes. Where is it?

  4. Colin Walton says:


    Loved the film – and the soundtrack. But can’t find it anywhere. Even the US version of iTunes doesn’t stock it anymore saying “the item you have selected is not currently available in the US store.

    What a shame!