There’s nothing like good music to set the mood, and 666 Park Avenue has plenty of bold, daring tunes to make us feel right at home in the Drake’s haunted hallways. From symphony crescendos to mellow, laid-back beats, the series teems with quality sounds.
So which songs were featured in the pilot episode? Music supervisor Billy Gottlieb filled us in about all the classical pieces. Check out the show’s very first playlist below.
- “Concerto for Two Cells, Orchestra & Basso Continuo in G minor”: This is the opening orchestral piece that is being performed when the violinist’s fingers begin bleeding.
- “Divertimento No. 17 in D major for Strings K:334 Allegro” as composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Plays during the concert.
- “Symphony No. 7 in A Major Op. 92: Allegretto” as composed by Beethoven: This classical piece is performed at the symphony event that is attended by the Dorans, Jane, and Henry. Plays during the montage scene of Nona breaking into Jane and Henry’s apartment and stealing Jane’s necklace, John Barlow trying to kill a man but failing to do so, and Jane feeling Gavin’s glare upon her neck.
- “Revenge” feat. The Flaming Lips, by Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse: Plays while Jane and Henry unwind with a bubble bath after a long day.
Are you a fan of classical music? Tell us some of your favorite composers in the comments!