Varèse Sarabande Records has announced a soundtrack album for the CBC & Netflix original series Anne with an “E”. The album features selections of the show’s original music composed by Amin Bhatia (X Company, Detention) and Ari Posner (Flashpoint, Johnny Test, Northern Rescue). Also included is the theme song Ahead by a Century by The Tragically Hip. The soundtrack will be released digitally on December 27, 2019 (click here to download/stream) and physically on January 24, 2020. Visit Amazon to pre-order the CD version. Anne with an “E” is created by Moira Walley-Beckett based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel Anne of Green Gables and stars Amybeth McNulty, Geraldine James, R.H. Thomson, Lucas Jade Zumann, Dalila Bela, Corinne Koslo and Aymeric Jett Montaz. The show’s third and final season recently premiered in Canada on CBC and will debut in the U.S. and other markets in early 2020 on Netflix.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Ahead by a Century – The Tragically Hip
2. Good Morning Anne
3. Picking Up A Girl
4. The White Way of Delight
5. Tree Perspective
6. A Big Day Ahead
7. The Power of A Child
8. Matthew And Anne
9. Meet Miss Stacey
10. A Nature Symphony
11. Passage of Time
12. Forgiveness
13. Never Going Back
14. My Daughter Anne
15. You Can Ride to Back
16. Forbidden to Fraternize
17. Marilla Waits
18. Unrequited Love
19. The Growing Storm
20. It’s All Broken
21. Fire in The Town
22. Dr. Gilbert Blythe
23. Kindred Spirits
24. My Friend Cole
25. Mission of Magnitude
26. Dearest Diana
27. Simplest of Gifts
28. We’re Rich Aren’t We
29. No Regrets
30. Make Your Own Decision
31. Goodnight Anne

  1. Caitriona Lambert says:

    I’m not seeing any credit being given by these two composers
    regarding the inspiration (to put it mildly) that they have taken
    from traditional Irish and Scottish songs and tunes. Very specific and recognisable songs and tunes. I really love the series and am
    desperately hoping that these writers have done a good thing somewhere and given credit to any source material they used.
    Any pointer to show source credit would be much appreciated.
    ‘Celtic/Atlantic’ does not, in my view, cut it as a credit.

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