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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | September 24, 2017 |

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  • 01: Opening Sequence 02: The World Before the Airplane 03: 200,000-year Timeline 04: History of Transportation 05: Nearly Perfected 06: Portal to the Planet 07: Migration Vacation 08: Ancient Civilizations 09: Maldives 10: Antarctica 11: Flowers 12: Exponential Progress 13: Perspective 14: The Golden Age is Now 15: Home 16: End Credits 17: The Golden Age is Now (Remix) 18: End Credits (Remix)

  • Score Producer: Simon Franglen
    Arrangers: Simon Franglen, Simon Rhodes, Steven Baker
    Orchestrators: Steven Baker, Simon Rhodes, Steve Sidwell, Peter Boyer
    Score Mixed and Engineered by Simon Rhodes
    Music Editors: Jim Henrikson, Dick Bernstein
    Recording Studios: Abbey Road Studios, Air Lyndhurst Studios
    Score Performed by The Slovak National Symphony Orchestra
    Recorded at The Slovak Radio Concert Hall
    Orchestral Engineering: Peter Fuchs
    Conducted by Allan Wilson
    Orchestral Contractor: Paul Talkington
    Orchestral manager: Marian Turner
    Copyist: Natalia Villanueva Garcia
    Vocals by The Graham Foote Ensemble

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