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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | August 18, 2018 |

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  • 1.  	Boys Playing Airplanes (04:14) 2.  	Exploring The Forest (02:37) 3.  	The Train Ride To A New Home (03:35) 4.  	The Wind Gently Blows Through The Garden (05:57) 5.  	An Odd Discovery Beyond the Trees (02:52) 6.  	Dolls Are Not For Big Girls, Propaganda is... (03:44) 7.  	Black Smoke (01:43) 8.  	Evening Supper – A Family Slowly Crumbles (07:53) 9.  	The Funeral (01:54) 10.  	The Boy Plans, From Night To Day (02:37) 11.  	Strange New Clothes (09:54) 12.  	Remembrance, Remembrance (05:32)

  • Music preparation: Bob Bornstein
    Sound engineer: Simon Rhodes
    Supervising music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Music Editor: Dick Bernstein
    Synthesizer programmer: Aaron Martin, Ian Underwood
    Music contractor: Sandy DeCrescent
    and Peter Rotter

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