The original motion picture soundtrack of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus was composed by Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna who had previously worked on Gilliam's Tideland (2005). Gilliam wrote lyrics for the two songs "We Love Violence" and "We Are The Children Of The World", the latter of which spoofed Michael Jackson's famous "We Are the World" and was nominated for a 2009 Satellite Award in the category "Best Original Song".
The song "We Love Violence", performed in the film by policemen in drag, was sung by Gilliam, Mick Audsley (who edited the film), the musician Ray Cooper, Ed Hall (who was also the Visual Effects Editor), and Andre Jacquemin (who was Supervising Sound & Design on the film).
- Once upon a Time
- The Imaginarium
- The Tack
- Tony's Tale of Woe
- The Monastery
- Book & Story
- Sympathy for the Hanged Man
- The First to Five Souls
- Escape from the Pub
- The River
- Suicide Attempt
- Tango amongst the Lilies
- Victory in the Lilies
- Four through The Mirror
- The Ladder World
- We Love Violence
- Top of the Wagon
- We Are the Children of the World
- Tony's World Collapses
- The Devil's Dance
- Tony's Salvation
- Parnassus Alone
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Famous quotes containing the word music:
“Now the rich stream of Music winds along
Deep, majestic, smooth, and strong,”
—Thomas Gray (17161771)
“If mass communications blend together harmoniously, and often unnoticeably, art, politics, religion, and philosophy with commercials, they bring these realms of culture to their common denominatorthe commodity form. The music of the soul is also the music of salesmanship. Exchange value, not truth value, counts.”
—Herbert Marcuse (18981979)
“Have you ever been up in your plane at night, alone, somewhere, 20,000 feet above the ocean?... Did you ever hear music up there?... Its the music a mans spirit sings to his heart, when the earths far away and there isnt any more fear. Its the high, fine, beautiful sound of an earth-bound creature who grew wings and flew up high and looked straight into the face of the future. And caught, just for an instant, the unbelievable vision of a free man in a free world.”
—Dalton Trumbo (19051976)