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Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Ernst Reijseger

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams  
1
Rockshelter
Ernst Reijseger
3:14
2
Child's Footprint Duo
Ernst Reijseger
4:30
3
Forgotten Dreams No. 4
Ernst Reijseger
4:11
4
Ostinato No. 3
Ernst Reijseger
3:25
5
Carbon Date Piano
Ernst Reijseger
2:32
6
Child's Footprint
Ernst Reijseger
2:59
7
Deep Cave
Ernst Reijseger
3:37
8
Homo Spiritualis
Ernst Reijseger
2:17
9
Carbon Date Solo Cello
Ernst Reijseger
7:24
10
Rockshelter Duo
Ernst Reijseger
3:37
11
Ostinato No. 2
Ernst Reijseger
4:31
12
Gaga
Ernst Reijseger
4:54
13
Ostinato No. 1
Ernst Reijseger
3:09
14
Shadow
Ernst Reijseger
9:18
15
Forgotten Dreams No. 2
Ernst Reijseger
1:55
16
Science Fiction
Ernst Reijseger
4:09
17
Carbon Date
Ernst Reijseger
6:57
Total Playing Time    72:39
Dutch cellist and composer Ernst Reijseger contributed this evocative and atmospheric soundtrack to Werner Herzog's award-winning 2010 3D documentary about the ancient paintings found in the Chauvet Cave in southern France, some painted more than 30,000 years ago.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Winter and Winter Studio Masters

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