Lost and Love

Music by Zbigniew Preisner
Produced by Stephan Eicke

“Artists seek to draw us closer to a state of consciousness that only they can evoke. From that deep place, Zbigniew Preisner’s music speaks to us. His music has touched our emotions deeply for decades. His melodies filter the light that breaks the darkness and illuminates the dark path we have to take on our return. Preisner’s ability to connect with the emotional part of our reality is once again manifested by listening to his heartfelt work Lost and Love.”
El Baùl de los Genios

Like with other works by Preisner, one can sense how he aims to reach purity through something beautiful and seemingly simple. (…) The developments are splendid and gratifying.”

“The music Preisner wrote to Shi Gu is a typical work of melancholy and beauty, full of veracious emotions, but not without minor traces that suggest melodrama. (…) The high-level quality that Preisner is able to produce for Shi Gu is befitting of one of the best actively writing composers. An absolute masterpiece.”

“Stunning theme, with a score that features so much musical character
and it needs to be heard. I found myself enjoying each track, from next
to next… it was worth it.”

Lost and Love is an expressive and engaging work with a
sturdy classical structure; its tantalizing melodies evoking both
sympathy and strength as the story proceeds along its course.”

“Preisner manages to get under your skin and tug at the heart strings
with his themes here, an impressive enough task if you can do it once
in a score, but he does it so many times over the course of this album
that it starts to feel effortless. It’s pretty obvious that the music is
the heart and soul of the movie. If melancholic, beautiful scores are
your thing… you’re going to fall in love with Lost and Love. It’s an
album you’re very unlikely to tire of hearing and certainly one that
will give you years of pleasure.”

“The composer wrote a beautiful, elegant and refined soundtrack,
dramatic, lyrical and intimate. (…) The main theme is remarkable.”

“There is a hauntingly beautiful musical entity present from the start, the composer’s abundantly melodic and heartrending tone poems filling and overflowing into each other. At first it seems as these are unassuming and simple pieces of music, but they have the ability to fixate and almost hypnotise the listener. There is a slightness and tantalising aura to them and a style and sound that it is impossible not to notice or be affected by.”
John Mansell

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