The Tutor soundtrack includes music by Jude & the Strangers, Reagan Richards and Alexander Bornstein. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Jordan Ross’ 2023 movie on Netflix. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
The Tutor stars Garrett Hedlund as Ethan, a professional tutor who accepts a high-paying job. Noah Schnapp co-stars as Jackson, a privileged teenager with unclear motivations. The storyline follows Ethan as he confronts the past while explaining personal issues to his pregnant girlfriend. Composer Alexander Bornstein (Are You Afraid of the Dark?) scored the 92-minute film; music supervisor Doug Bussone (Gravesend) selected the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in The Tutor.
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The Tutor Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Movie
- “Different Drum” by Reagan Richards (00:13:00): Ethan enters a guest room. The Tutor soundtrack song plays from a speaker system. Ethan learns about his daily schedule and then looks around.
- “Fall Too Short” by Jude & the Strangers (00:21:00): A travel scene begins. Ethan receives a ride from Gavin (Johnny Weston). The characters talk about Teddi (Ekaterina Baker).
- “Two Feet Away” by Jude & the Strangers (00:51:00): A darkroom sequence begins.The Tutor soundtrack song plays from a speaker system. Ethan discovers compromising photographs of himself.
- “Ombra Mai Fu (HWV 40)” from Xerxes by Music Production (01:16:00): The track accompanies an interior scene. Ethan rolls on a floor. Jackson talks to Gavin about their plan.
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The Tutor soundtrack also includes:
- “The Fighter and the Sage” by Jude & the Strangers
- “As Roses Fall” by Jude & the Strangers
- “Bounce” by Timothy John, Adam Gosden and David Moore
- “You and Only You” by BMG Music Production
- “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by BMG Music Production
- “Overture” from The Barber of Seville by BMG Music Production
- “Piano Sonata No. 12 (II. Adagio) K. 332” by BMG Music Production
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