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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 25, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Where The River Runs Black (04:36) 2.  	Underwater Ballet (03:00) 3.  	Serra Pelada (02:46) 4.  	Alone (03:39) 5.  	The Orphanage (03:19) 6.  	The Dolphins (02:23) 7.  	Baptism (04:36) 8.  	Down River (05:59) 9.  	Magic Kitchen (02:01) 10.  	Discovered At The Mine (03:51) 11.  	The City (01:11) 12.  	The Assassin (01:49) 13.  	End Title (04:30)

  • Sound Engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Music editor: Scott Grusin
    Assistant music editorDestiny Borden

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    After Aliens and An American Tail were recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, James Horner turned to two films that required a minimalist approach, not symphonic: Where The River Runs Black and The Name Of The Rose, both released on the 19th and 24th of September 1986 respectively, in the US. No doubt composed and recorded during the summer, both scores are electronic and this film, by Christopher Cain, features ethnic elements. Indeed, after The Stone Boy in 1984, James Horner reteams with this director for Where The River Runs Black, a film telling the story of a little boy who[...]


    © Director's Guild of America Christopher Cain (born October 29, 1943 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota) is an American director, producer, screenwriter and actor.   Source: Wikipedia     Unreleased project: The Stone Boy, an intimate music finely orchestrated with guitar (Tommy Tesdeco) and female voice (Sally Stevens).   Rejected music : © Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation   [...]

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