February 20, 2008

The Do-It-Yourself Harold And Maude Soundtrack

It doesn't appear likely that a soundtrack for Harold and Maude and will ever be released, so if you want one, you have to create your own. Well, don't bother, because I've done all the legwork. The tracks are presented below in the same order in which they occur in the film. If you really want to complete the soundtrack, you will want to add Johann Strauß's "The Blue Danube" and Tchaikovsky's "Piano Concerto #1," although I have been unable to nail down which exact performances of those two selections appear in the film.


stexe said...

Howabout including ruth gordon's rendition of "sing out"?

Lance Ehlers said...

That is a bonus track appearing (along with the Tarzan howl) in the limited edition boxed set which, for your information, includes an authentic-looking vial of suicide tablets and a prison camp serial number temporary tattoo.