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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 25, 2016 |

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  • 1.   Main Title (04:35) Includes "There Are Flovers Growing Upon The Hill" (Gaelic Version) 2.     God Be With You (03:32) written and performed by Dolores O'Riordan 3.   Ambush (02:30) 4.   The Irish Republican Navy (01:20) 5.    The New World (04:31) 6.    Launching The Boat (03:03) 7.   Secrets Untold (05:02) 8.   The Pool Hall (02:30) 9.    Rory's Arrest / Diaz Is Killed (04:21) 10.      Quiet Goodbyes (01:02) 11.      Rooftop Escape (01:45) 12.      The Mortal Blow (05:10) 13.     Going Home (07:10) includes "There Are Flowers Growing Upon The Hill" (English Version) / music by James Horner / lyrics by Will Jennings

  • Orchestrations : James Horner
    Sound engineer : Shawn Murphy
    Music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Studio : Todd-AO Scoring Stage, Studio City

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