Call Me by Your Name Soundtrack: Call Me by Your Name is a romantic drama film directed by Luca Guadagnino and released in 2017. The film’s screenplay by James Ivory is based on André Aciman‘s novel of the same title.
The film is the final installment of Guadagnino’s thematic “Desire” trilogy, following I Am Love (2009) and A Bigger Splash (2015).
Most songs feature songs by singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens, who received an Academy Award and a Grammy nomination for his original song ‘Mystery of Love,’ written for the 2017 film.
Official Synopsis: In 1980s Italy, romance blossoms between a seventeen-year-old student and the older man hired as his father’s research assistant.
Genres: Drama, Romance
Release date: January 19, 2018 (United States)
Who Composed Call Me by Your Name Soundtrack
- John Adams: John Coolidge Adams is an American composer and conductor whose music is based on minimalism.
- Erik Satie: Eric Alfred Leslie Satie was the son of a French father and a British mother. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire but did not stand out and received no diploma.
- Ryuichi Sakamoto is a Japanese musician, pianist, record producer, and actor who embraced diverse styles as a solo artist and member of the Yellow Magic Orchestra.
- Johann Sebastian Bach: Johann Sebastian Bach is a German composer and musician of the late Baroque period. He is known for orchestral music, such as the Brandenburg Concertos, and solo instrumental works.
- Maurice Ravel: Joseph Maurice Rave is a renowned French composer, pianist, and conductor. He is often associated with Impressionism with his senior contemporary Claude Debussy, although both composers rejected the term.
Call Me by Your Name Soundtrack List
- John Adams – Hallelujah Junction: The song was composed by John Adams and was released in 1996. They are named after a two-CD retrospective album of Adams’ works on the Nonesuch label. Click here to listen to the song.
- Ryuichi Sakamoto – M.A.Y. in the Backyard: The song was composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto and is part of the album Sweet Revenge Tour 1994, released in 1995. The genre of the music is classical.
- Loredana Bretè – J’adore Venise
- Bandolero – Paris Latino: This song is composed by the artist Bandolero and released in 2003 which is part of the album 80 à l’heure
- Frank Glazer – Sonatine Bureaucratique: This song is the composition of Eric Satie. The final entry in his humorous piano music of the 1910s is Satie’s only full-scale parody of a solo musical work: Sonatina Op. 36 n° 1 (1797) by Muzio Clementi
- Alessio Bax – Zion hört die Wächter singer: The song was composed by Alessio Bax and is part of the album Bach Transcribed, released in 2009.
- Giorgio Moroder, Joe Esposito – Lady Lady Lady: The song was composed by Giorgio Moroder and is part of the album Solitary Men, released in 1983. The genre of the music is Dance/Electronic, Pop, UK R&B, and Rock.
- André Laplante – Une barque sur l’océan from Miroirs: The song was composed by André Laplante and is part of the album Ravel, released in 2008.
- Sufjan Stevens – Futile Devices: The song is part of the album The Age of Adz, released by the artist Sufjan Stevens in 2010; the genre of the music is French Indie, Folk
- Ryuichi Sakamoto – Germination: The song is part of the album Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, released by the artist Ryuichi Sakamoto in 1983.
- F.R. David – Words: The artist F.R. David composed the song, which is part of the album RFM 80.
- Marco Armani – È la vita: The song is part of the album Call Me by Your Name: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, released by the artist Marco Armani in 2017.
- Sufjan Stevens – Mystery Of Love: The song is part of the album Call Me by Your Name: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, released by the artist Sufjan Stevens in 2017. The song was nominated by David di Donatello for Best Original Song and also won the award David di Donatello for Best Original Song
- Sufjan Stevens – Mystery Of Love
- Franco Battiato – Radio Varsavia: The song is part of the album L’arca di Noè, released by the artist Franco Battiato in 1982. The genre of the music includes Alternative/Indie, Pop
- The Psychedelic Furs – Love My Way: The song is part of the album Forever Now, released by the artist The Psychedelic Furs in 1982. The genre of the music includes Pop
- Valeria Szervánszky, Ronald Cavaye – Le jardin féerique from Ma mère l’Oye
- Sufjan Stevens – Visions of Gideon: The song is part of the album Call Me by Your Name: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, released by the artist Marco Armani in 2017.
Official Trailer: You can watch the official trailer here.
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