℗ 2021 BR-Klassik
Released November 5, 2021
Duration 46m 15s
Catalogue No. 900338
Genre Classical (Soundtrack)
 

Tatort: Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Munich Radio Orchestra, Andreas Kowalewitz, Elena Soltan, Amy Park, Ulf Schirmer

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1.1
Dreams Nocturne
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
3:01
1.2
Wenn der Schmerz gewinnt
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Elena Soltan; Andreas Kowalewitz
2:33
1.3
Der paradoxe Schlaf
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:37
1.4
Sophies Instrumente
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:39
1.5
Klartraum
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:59
1.6
Es war kein Traum
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
0:40
1.7
Die Luft der großen Bühnen
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
4:42
1.8
Freundschaftliche Konkurrenz
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Elena Soltan; Andreas Kowalewitz
0:37
1.9
Dreischritt
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:03
1.10
Oneironauten
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:52
1.11
Die dritte Runde
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Amy Park; Andreas Kowalewitz
2:10
1.12
Symphonie der Nacht
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
2:46
1.13
Traumfänger
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
2:04
1.14
Luzide Phase
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
3:15
1.15
Tod und Schlaf
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:52
1.16
Die Hütte im Wald
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Amy Park; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:08
1.17
Zitatort
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
2:13
1.18
Dreams Finale, Pt. 1
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Elena Soltan; Andreas Kowalewitz
3:20
1.19
Dreams Finale, Pt. 2
David Reichelt; Munich Radio Orchestra; Andreas Kowalewitz
1:42
1.20
Dreams Prelude
David Reichelt; Amy Park
1:45
1.21
Titelmelodie (From "Tatort" / Bonus Track] [Live)
Klaus Doldinger; Munich Radio Orchestra; Ulf Schirmer
4:17
Digital Booklet
A rare advantage of the lockdown: nothing is going on in the otherwise bustling Gasteig! Ideal for filming the new Munich crime feature Dreams around the investigative duo Batic and Leitmayr. This time the Munich Radio Orchestra is also involved in the "case" ... Set up, tune, and the rehearsal begins - that would normally be the case. But everything is different here. The world of acting meets the world of music. Instead of rehearsing until it works, the motto now is: turn until it works. "Here you have to plan a lot of time for very small scenes," says Ivan Repušić, chief conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra. The director and cameraman stage every movement down to the last detail, and that takes time. For the orchestra this means: a lot of idling, a lot of waiting. "You have to bring a lot of meat with you when you work on a set," says Julia Bassler, who has played the second violin of the Munich Radio Orchestra for ten years. The story of the latest Tatort production in Munich takes place in the world of a classical orchestra - mind you, not in the world of the Munich radio orchestra. In the film, the musicians form a different, purely fictional body of sound. Nevertheless, the script offers the opportunity to look behind the scenes of such an orchestra. The crime feature tells of the competition for a coveted position in the orchestra. And this part of the story certainly corresponds to reality: thirty to forty auditions before young musicians get a permanent position in the orchestra are not uncommon. The competition is fierce - worldwide. "The pressure is immense," says Julia Bassler, "and it is extremely difficult to assert yourself." Even those who have made it have to prove themselves again in the probationary year, because the entire orchestra votes again there. But that's exactly why Julia Bassler finds a job in an orchestra so attractive: "At the beginning I couldn't believe that I now have a secure income as a musician." One of the strengths of the Munich Tatort series is to look into such, normally hidden milieus, like here into the world of the orchestra. Only the fact that there is murder in a crime thriller is of course purely fictional. The competition in the normal life of classical musicians doesn't go that far.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BR-Klassik Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
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RMS
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LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.98
-11.29 to -1.00
-21.84
-29.48 to -15.90
-18.36
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9 to 14
1
Dreams Nocturne
-1.00-18.39-14.510
2
Wenn der Schmerz gewinnt
-1.01-19.70-15.711
3
Der paradoxe Schlaf
-5.07-24.14-21.213
4
Sophies Instrumente
-1.00-19.36-15.310
5
Klartraum
-1.01-23.30-19.914
6
Es war kein Traum
-2.28-22.46-19.010
7
Die Luft der großen Bühnen
-1.01-20.42-17.512
8
Freundschaftliche Konkurrenz
-7.64-29.10-24.711
9
Dreischritt
-4.02-24.59-21.211
10
Oneironauten
-9.04-27.07-24.010
11
Die dritte Runde
-2.39-22.02-18.911
12
Symphonie der Nacht
-1.01-21.19-16.111
13
Traumfänger
-7.87-25.51-24.510
14
Luzide Phase
-1.01-22.59-20.013
15
Tod und Schlaf
-1.01-19.74-16.810
16
Die Hütte im Wald
-1.01-18.66-14.010
17
Zitatort
-1.00-15.90-13.09
18
Dreams Finale, Pt. 1
-1.00-17.03-13.79
19
Dreams Finale, Pt. 2
-1.00-18.69-14.110
20
Dreams Prelude
-11.29-29.48-25.411
21
Titelmelodie (From "Tatort" / Bonus Track] [Live)
-1.00-19.37-16.112

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