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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 25, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Prologue and Main Title (06:34) Contains TV Theme by Alexander Courage 2.  	Klingons (05:59) Contains TV Theme by Alexander Courage 3.  	Stealing the Enterprise (08:35) Contains TV Theme by Alexander Courage 4.  	The Mind Meld (02:35) 5.  	Bird of Prey Decloaks (03:41) 6.  	Returning to Vulcan (04:54) 7.  	The Katra Ritual (04:34) 8.  	End Title (06:18) Contains TV Theme by Alexander Courage 9.  	The Search for Spock (Theme from Star Trek III) (03:43) Performed by Group 87
    1.  	Prologue And Main Title * (06:30) 2.  	Klingons * (05:57) 3.  	Spock's Cabin (01:40) 4.  	The Klingon's Plan * (01:01) 5.  	The Mind-Meld (02:31) 6.  	Stealing The Enterprise * (08:39) 7.  	Grissom Destroyed (01:02) 8.  	Sunset On Genesis (02:17) 9.  	Spock Endures Pon Farr * (03:04) 10.  	Bird Of Prey Decloaks (03:47) 11.  	A Fighting Chance To Live (03:52) 12.  	Genesis Destroyed * (02:42) 13.  	Returning To Vulcan (04:56) 14.  	The Katra Ritual (04:30) 15.  	End Titles * (06:13) 16.  	That Old Black Magic / Tangerine / I Remember You (Bar Source) (10:32) * = contains "Theme From Star Trek (TV Series)" by Alexander Courage Disc 1 - THE COMPLETE ORIGINAL FILM SCORE Total Time - 69:45  Disc/Cassette 2  1.  	Prologue And Main Title * ** (06:29) 2.  	Klingons * ** (05:56) 3.  	Stealing The Enterprise * ** (08:34) 4.  	The Mind-Meld (02:31) 5.  	Bird Of Prey Decloaks (03:46) 6.  	Returning To Vulcan ** (04:53) 7.  	The Katra Ritual (04:30) 8.  	End Titles * (06:13) 9.  	The Search For Spock (Theme From "Star Trek III") (03:42)







  • Orchestrateur: Greig McRitchie
    Sound Engineer: Dan Wallin

    Music editor: Robert Badami

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