Soundtracks of Cinema: ‘Blood & Gold’

Blood & Gold Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

The Blood & Gold soundtrack includes music by Rudy Schuricke, Helga Wille and Marlene Dietrich. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Peter Thorwarth’s 2023 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.

Blood & Gold stars Robert Maaser as Heinrich, a traumatized German soldier who flees from Nazi officials. Marie Hacke co-stars as Elsa, a soldier who defends her family’s farm. The storyline follows Heinrich as he attempts to reunite with his young daughter. Composers Jessica de Rooij (Sisi) and Hendrik Nölle (Not My Day) scored the 100-minute Netflix film; three music supervisors from Daydream Music & Media selected the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Blood & Gold.

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Blood & Gold Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

Blood & Gold Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

  • “Auf Wiederseh’n'” by Rudy Schuricke (00:00:00): The Blood & Gold soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Heinrich runs through a field during the spring of 1945. German soldiers shoot at him.
  • “Komm Zurück” by Rudy Schuricke (00:04:00): Heinrich says, “We’re a people of murderers.” The music starts during a transition scene. Von Starnfeld (Alexander Scheer) listens to a record.
  • “Woven Kann Der Landser Denn Schon Träumen” by Helga Wille (00:15:00): The track plays during an interior scene. Dörfler (Florian Schmidtke) eats with Robert and Von Starnfeld. Music plays from a speaker system.
  • “Wer Wird Denn Weinen, Wenn Man Auseinandergeht” by Marlene Dietrich (00:28:00): Dörfler crashes through a window. The Blood & Gold soundtrack song sets in as he runs with his pants down. Heinrich fights a Nazi during an interior scene.
  • “Nur Nicht Aus Liebe Weinen” by Zarah Leander (00:45:00): The music accompanies an exterior scene. Elsa exits a church. She shoots at Van Starnfeld.
  • “Dreh Dich Noch Einmal Um” by Rudy Schuricke (00:49:00): Heinrich fights Dörfler. The track sets as the character stop battling. Dörfler puts on brass knuckles.
  • “Warum Liebt Man So Die Liebe” by Hilde Hildebrand (00:56:00): The Blood & Gold soundtrack song is featured during an interior scene. Van Starnfeld eats a meal with Elsa. Music plays from a speaker system.
  • “Danke Schön” by Bert Kaempfert (01:27:00): Heinrich kills Van Starnfeld. He puts a gold brick in the Nazi’s mouth. The music starts as Heinrich leaves a church with Elsa.
  • “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” by Marlene Dietrich (01:31:00): Heinrich arrives in Hagen, Germany with Elsa. He reunites with Lottchen. The track scores the film’s final moments and end credits.

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The Blood & Gold soundtrack also includes:

  • “Uns Gefällt Diese Welt” by Grethe Weiser
  • “Où Vont Les Fleurs (Where Have All the Flowers Gone)” by Marlene Dietrich
  • “Sag Mir Wo Die Blumen Sind” by Marlene Dietrich

Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.