Writing the original soundtrack of "The Photographer of Mauthausen" has been an immensely intense inner journey.
I decided to structure and develop my score through an string orchestra, with piano and harp, seasoned by woodwind instruments. The cello is the absolute protagonist along with other solo instruments such as the violin or the English horn. I didn’t write for a large symphony orchestra until the end of the film, when we needed music that was bigger and less intimate, but equally emotional.
I have to say that it has been an extraordinary pleasure to work with Mar Targarona. From the first moment there was a wonderful connection and understanding. When your director has such clear ideas from the start, everything flows effortly. From the moment we started working and she asked me to describe the scenes that, in my opinion, should have music, I knew that everything was going to happen satisfactorily.
This film is a song to life, a necessary film. A story that must be known, precisely to avoid its repetition.
1. Llegada a Mauthausen, (0,55)
2. ¡No nos separen!, (2,45)
3. Puro teatro, (0,42)
4. El intercambio, (0,34)
5. No es él, (1,10)
6. La escalera de la muerte, (1,32)
7. Retrato familiar, (0,20)
8. La alambrada, (1,43)
9. Revelación, (1,35)
10. No podemos quemar las pruebas, (1,57)
11. Crematorio, (1,19)
12. Dolores, (1,29)
13. Urdiendo el plan, (1,14)
14. Mauthausen al anochecer, (3,23)
15. La ronda de El Capo, (1,17)
16. ¿Falta alguien?, (0,34)
17. Uno menos, (0,27)
18. Escondiendo los negativos, (1,06)
19. Sadismo, (1,37)
20. La residencia, (1,08)
21. Sobrevivir, (4,01)
22. Desolación, (1,37)
23. Liberación del campo, (1,49)
24. Libres, (0,56)
25. Tema central – El Fotógrafo de Mauthausen, (5,35)