Sony Classical will release a soundtrack album for Greta Gerwig’s new film adaptation of Little Women. The album features the film’s original music composed and conducted by Academy Award winner Alexandre Desplat (The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Shape of Water, The King’s Speech, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Godzilla). The soundtrack will be released digitally and physically on December 13, 2019. Click here to order the digital version and visit Amazon to pre-order the vinyl edition and check out the cover art of the vinyl version after the jump. Little Women is written and directed by Gerwig and stars Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, Emma Watson, Eliza Scanlen, Timothée Chalamet, Chris Cooper, Laura Dern, Louis Garrel, Tracy Letts, Eliza Scanlen and Meryl Streep. The drama will be released in theaters nationwide on December 25 by Sony Pictures. Visit the official movie website for updates.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Little Women (3:12)
2. Plumfield (3:38)
3. The Beach (2:48)
4. Christmas Morning (2:53)
5. Dance on the Porch (1:07)
6. Ice Skating (2:13)
7. The Book (3:36)
8. Father Comes Home (3:18)
9. Christmas Breakfast (2:33)
10. Amy (1:25)
11. Friedrich Dances with Jo (1:34)
12. Telegram (1:49)
13. Theatre in the Attic (2:27)
14. Laurie Kisses Amy (1:23)
15. Friedrich (1:32)
16. Laurie and Jo on the Hill (1:01)
17. Young Love (1:34)
18. Meg’s Dress (4:26)
19. Carriage Ride (1:48)
20. Laurie (0:55)
21. The Letter (1:45)
22. Snow in the Garden (2:39)
23. Jo Writes (3:49)
24. Amy, Fred, Meg & John (3:48)
25. Dr March’s Daughters (4:46)
26. It’s Romance (1:23)

  1. Penderghast says:

    Wow, what a creative and original choice to go with Desplat, by golly, I wasn’t this excited since they announced an Oscar nomination for John Williams’ squeaky fart this morning.

  2. Tom Hill says:

    Can you tell me what piano piece Friedrich played while visiting the Marches? I can’t find it anywhere though some have said it’s by Chopin. Appreciate any info.

    • Morgan says:

      The song friedrich plays is Beethoven’s sonata no 8, op. 13 “pathetique”: II. Adiago, hope this helps!

  3. Frederick Kushner says:

    What is the string quartet that plays near the beginning of the movie.

  4. Peter Neidle says:

    The music in one of the ball scenes was “Atrists Life” by Johann Strauss the younger- it was composed in 1867 – but the ball must have taken place some time during the civil war that ended in -1865- before the piece was written!!

    Someone should have done more thorough research!!

  5. Ivory Fox says:

    What piano piece Beth is playing in the background? Sorry I don’t remember the exact scene…

  6. Camille says:

    What is the song during the scene with Beth and Jo on the beach where Beth said she is dying?

  7. Michelle says:

    Can you tell me what piece Beth plays on the piano as Meg and Jo get ready for the theatre? Thanks!