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The Lost City of Z (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Christopher Spelman

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The Lost City of Z
Christopher Spelman
0:59
2
The Hunt
Christopher Spelman
2:35
3
The First Goodbye
Christopher Spelman
2:33
4
Onto the River
Christopher Spelman
2:29
5
The Letter
Christopher Spelman
2:05
6
City of Gold
Christopher Spelman
7:39
7
Source of the Verde River
Christopher Spelman
5:40
8
The Grenedier's Welcome
Christopher Spelman
1:34
9
The Argument
Christopher Spelman
2:25
10
The Attack
Christopher Spelman
2:20
11
Crossing the River
Christopher Spelman
3:16
12
Delusions
Christopher Spelman
2:51
13
Homecoming
Christopher Spelman
1:48
14
Confrontation
Christopher Spelman
3:47
15
In the Hospital
Christopher Spelman
3:33
16
The Chase
Christopher Spelman
1:40
17
The Final Journey
Christopher Spelman
7:50
Total Playing Time    55:04
Following their work together on The Immigrant and other projects, composer Christopher Spelman reunites with director James Grey on the adventure film The Lost City of Z, starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Copyright Administration Services Studio Masters

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