The Dancing on Glass soundtrack includes music by Vladimir Cauchemar, Asdek and Tina Cousins. This info article contains spoilers for Jota Linares’ 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Dancing on Glass stars María Pedraza as Irene, the top ballerina at Spain’s National Classical Ballet. Paula Losada co-stars as Aurora, a dancer who suffers a devastating injury. The storyline follows the main protagonists as they develop an unbreakable bond and rebel against their stern mentor, Norma (Mona Martínez). Composer Ivan Palomares (The Cook of Castamar) scored the 137-minute drama; music supervisor Lourdes Hernández (What Lucía Saw) handled the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Dancing on Glass aka Las niñas de cristal.
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Dancing on Glass Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie
- “Get Good” by Cavendish Music Library (00:05:00): Irene waits for a train. The Dancing on Glass soundtrack song plays via the character’s ear buds. The music drops as Irene receives a phone call.
- “We’re Not Orindary” by Cavendish Music Library (00:14:00): Irene walks and smokes a cigarette. She listens to music through earphones. Ruth (Olivia Baglivi) contratulates Irene for earning the lead role in “Giselle.”
- “Brrr” by Vladimir Cauchemar & Asdek feat. Laylow & Rim’k (00:16:00): Irene and Aurora smoke outside a night club. The music plays in the background as the characters chat.
- “Mysterious Times” by Tina Cousins feat. Sash! (00:45:00): The Dancing on Glass soundtrack song accompanies a club sequence. The music drowns out the character dialogue. Aurora heads to the bathroom and kisses Jon (Fernando Delgado-Hierro).
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The Dancing on Glass soundtrack also includes:
- “Don Quixote, Act I: Kitri’s Variation” by Nina Miller
- “Coda Ou Fouettes (Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux)” by Laurent Choukroun
- “High Focus” by WotNot Music Library
- “Faust — Ballet Music: Movement 4; Moderato Maestoso” by KPM Music
- “Side Pocket Blues” by The Extreme Music Library
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