- dynastyflierLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Castaway's minimal score was composed by Alan Silvestri for which he won a Grammy Award in 2002. The film's soundtrack is most notable for its lack of score and creature sound effects (such as bird song or insect sounds) while Chuck is on the island, which is intended to reinforce the feeling of isolation. Cast Away contains no original musical score until Chuck escapes the island. However, there is a Russian choral piece heard near the start of the film that was not composed or even recorded by Silvestri, so it does not appear on the film's soundtrack list. It is a traditional Russian song written by Lev Knipper called "Oh, My Field" ("Polyushko, Polye") and it is available on various collections of Red Army hymns. The tracks in Silvestri's score are as follows:"Cast Away" – 3:44 "Wilson, I'm Sorry" – 1:39 "Drive to Kelly's" – 3:54 "Love of My Life" – 1:47 "What the Tide Could Bring" – 3:39 "Crossroads" – 2:08 "End Credits" – 7:29 The official soundtrack CD is an anthology of musical pieces from all films up to that point directed by Zemeckis and scored by Silvestri. The only track from Cast Away itself is the theme from the end credits.Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cast_Away
- 7 years ago
"Wilson, I'm Sorry"這首配樂是 Alan Silvestri 配的ㄇ??