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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | February 21, 2019 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (04:54) 2.  	First Lesson (03:15) 3.  	Losing Virgil (04:10) 4.  	Learning To Fly (03:02) 5.  	The Plea (01:03) 6.  	New Friends (05:48) 7.  	Student Pilots (05:00) 8.  	Bluebeard's Flight (06:13) 9.  	Ghost Call (04:09) 10.  	The Rescue (06:00) 11.  	The Tower (06:02) 12.  	Chimp Rumble (05:48) 13.  	Chain Reaction (04:36) 14.  	The Escape (04:12) 15.  	Flying (04:28) 16.  	End Credits (06:09)

  • Orchestrations: Greig McRitchie
    Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Music editor:
    Kenneth Wannberg, Thomas A. Carlson
    Synthesizer programming: Ian Underwood
    Studio: The Burbank Studios, Burbank

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