kingsoprano718 wrote:The music played during Lauras Murder is Luigi Cherubini's Agnus Dei from Requiem No 1 in C Minor. It is ultra rare though and I could never find it any store. Never the less I acquired it through my library of all things. It is a long song, and only about 1 minutes is actually used. I myself have edited it down to be more like the track used in the movie but if someone here does find the track it the piece used in the train car begins at 2:50.
Not sure the policy on music that is not from David Lynch, Angelo or Cruise so I wont post anything here unless someone in charge says it is ok. Considering it is very rare I thought someone might be interested.
There are several CD with Cherubini's Requiem (different performances).
The music used in FWWM (and the best one I've heard) was performed by Ambrosian Chorus Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Riccardo Mutti.
It's released on double CD with Verdi's Requiem (I don't like it, Cherubini's is better IMO). It's out of stock but if someone is interested, you can buy mp3 on:http://www.amazon.com/Verdi-Requiem-Cherubini-Luchetti-Nesterenko/dp/B000002SCQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1303560541&sr=1-2
As kingsoprano718 said they used only piece of last song "Agnus Dei" (but all Requiem is great!).