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  • 1.  	An Older Life (01:54) 2.  	The Waves Of The Caspian Sea (04:00) 3.  	Old Photos, New Memories (03:23) 4.  	"This Is No Longer Your House" (03:34) 5.  	Two People (03:49) 6.  	Kathy's Night (02:18) 7.  	Parallel Lives, Parallel Loves (05:22) 8.  	Behrani's Thoughts--Long Ago (04:49) 9.  	Break-In (02:34) 10.  	The Dreams Of Kings (06:58) 11.  	The Shooting, A Payment For Our Sins (15:18) 12.  	"We Have Travelled So Far, It Is Time To Return To Our Path" (09:05) 13.  	A Return To The Caspian, And To The Iran Of Old (06:37)

  • Orchestrations: James Horner
    Sound engineer: Simon Rhodes
    Music preparation: Bob Bornstein
    Supervising music editor: Jim Henrikson
    Music editor: Ramiro Belgardt
    Music contractor: Sandy DeCrescent and Peter Rotter
    Synthesizers: Ian Underwood, Randy Kerber
    Orchestra: The Hollywood Studio Symphony
    Studio: Todd-AO Scoring Stage, Studio City

    Oscar nomination in 2004
    First collaboration with director 
    Vadim Perelman 


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