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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | February 29, 2024 |

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  • 1.  	Once Upon A Time With Me (05:56) Performed by Florence Warner Jones and The New London Children's Choir 2.  	The Forest (09:11) 3.  	Cornelius's Nature Lesson (03:41) 4.  	The Accident (04:24) 5.  	Bedside Vigil (02:15) 6.  	Please Wake Up (02:36) Performed by Michael Crawford 7.  	The Journey Begins (08:08) 8.  	He's Back (02:00) Performed by Ben Vereen and The Andrae Crouch Singers 9.  	Flying (04:49) 10.  	Escaping From The Yellow Dragons / The Meadow (06:36) 11.  	Flying Home To Michelle (06:32) 12.  	The Children / Maybe One Day..., Maybe One Day (04:41) 13.  	Once Upon A Time With Me / End Credits (05:56) Performed by Florence Warner Jones and The New London Children's Choir

  • Music preparation: Steven L. Smith
    Orchestrations: John Neufeld
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy

    Music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Orchestra: The London Symphony Orchestra
    Ethnic Woodwinds: Tony Hinnigan, Michael Taylor
    Studio: EMI Abbey Road Studio 1, Londres

    Once Upon A Time With Me
    Performed by: Florence Warner Jones
    Music: James Horner
    Lyrics: Will Jennings

    Vocal Backgrounds: New London Children's Choir

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