Ludovico Einaudi (The Intouchables, This Is England, Samba) has composed the music for the upcoming drama The Father. The film is directed by Florian Zeller and stars Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Mark Gatiss, Imogen Poots, Rufus Sewell and Olivia Williams. Zeller also co-wrote the screenplay with Christopher Hampton (Atonement, Dangerous Liaisons). Philippe Carcassonne (Coco Before Chanel, Adore), Jean-Louis Livi (Wild Grass) and David Parfitt (Shakespeare in Love, My Week with Marilyn) are producing the project. The Father will premiere later this month at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

  1. lorraine silvers says:

    What is the name of the French song sung in French by female singer in “The Father”? Absolutely beautiful. Did Maestro Einaudi write this song?

  2. Aiere says:

    maria callas

  3. nayya says:

    And is someone knows about the song of the beginning ? The first minute. Please.

    • FD says:

      First minute: “cold song” from King Arthur, Purcell…

  4. FD says:

    First minute: “cold song” from King Arthur, Purcell…

  5. Nilza says:

    Thank you so much for telling me the classical song of Bizet so that I can listen. So moving, so beautiful.

  6. Palma says:

    Muchas gracias! Son maravillosas. Sabéis quienes don los intérpretes de estas piezas? Hay también una pieza de Bellini. Alguien sabe cuál es?

    • Carlos says:

      The opera is Norma and the aria is Casta Diva sung by Maria Callas. Who is the tenor singing Les Pecheur de Perles.

  7. Lynn says:

    What is the name of the very slow aria towards the end. So beautiful

  8. IdAiM says:

    > Bellini : Norma / Act 1 – “Casta Diva”
    > Bizet : Les pêcheurs de perles, WD 13 / Act 1 – “Je crois entendre encore”
    > Purcell : King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628 – King arthur (Cold Song)

    The 3 are in compilation : “Lovely Classique Grandes Voix” here https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B00JPKPKHO/

  9. Al says:

    All a matter of preference but I think the one in the film which is interpreted by Andreas Scholl is its best interpretation and his abrupt pauses in between words in the film part are my favourites: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfDbOu_zUNg