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Hail, Caesar! (2016) Poster

(2016)

Soundtracks

Soundtrack Credits 

No Dames!
Music by Henry Krieger
Lyrics by Willie Reale
Performed by Channing Tatum
Arranged by Sam Davis
Orchestrator Doug Besterman
Recordings & Mixer Todd Whitelock
Contractor Howard Joines
Lazy Old Moon
Written by Walter G. Samuels
Performed by Willie Watson
Autumn Moon over the Calm Lake (on Guzheng)
Written by Wencheng Lu
Performed by Carol of the Sound of China Guzheng Music
Courtesy of Carol Chang
The Red Flickering Light of Candle
Written by Wencheng Lu
Performed by Wang Guotong
Courtesy of Cinevision Global Inc.
The Merry Widow Waltz (Ballsirenenwalzer)
Written by Franz Lehár
Performed by Richard Hayman Symphony Orchestra
Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
Tales of Hoffman - Act IV: Barcarolle, Belle Nuit
Written by Jacques Offenbach
Glory of Love
Written by Billy Hill
Performed by Alden Ehrenreich & Veronica Osorio
The Cattle Call
Written by Tex Owens
Performed by Eddie Arnold
Courtesy of Republic Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Slavery and Suffering
Traditional
Arranged by Dimitri Oleg Yachinov
Performed by The Red Army Choir
Courtesy of Silva Screen Music America & FGL Productions
Song of India
Written by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Red Bone & Tommy Dorsey
Varchavianka
Written by Waclaw Swiecicki (as V. Sventsistski) & Gleb Krzhizhanovsky (as G. Krjijanovsky)
Arranged by Boris Aleksandrov (as B. Alexandrov)
Performed by The Red Army Choir
Courtesy of Silva Screen Music America & FGL Productions
Kalinka
Traditional
Arranged by Dimitri Oleg Yachinov
Performed by The Red Army Choir
Courtesy of Silva Screen Music America & FGL Productions
Echelon's Song
Written by Aleksandr Aleksandrov (as A. Alexandrov) & Osip Kolychev (as O. Kolitchev)
Performed by The Red Army Choir
Courtesy of Silva Screen Music America & FGL Productions
Our Father
Written by Nikolai Kedrov Sr. (as N. Kedrov-Elder)
Performed by Ascension Church Choir (Maloe), Moscow, Fyodor Stroganov (as F. Stroganov) & Svetlana Serafimovich (as S. Serafimovich)
Courtesy of Classical Records, Moscow

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