When Ray Heindorf was given the opportunity of recording a motion picture score of his choosing, his mind flashed back over the many memorable scores of the past - works by Aaron Copland, Max Steirner, Erich Korngold, Miklos Rozsa and others. As a music lover and a musician, however, his choice was a simple one. He would record the score of "For Whom the Bell Tolls," a masterwork of his close friend, the late Victor Young.
Selections: Main Title/ Roberto and Kashkin blow up a train/ Kashkin falls, Roberto and Anselmo climb to the cave/Pablo "In these mountains, I command ! "/ Rafael, the gypsy /Pablo's jealousy/Roberto and Maria "This is a very strange woman, Roberto. She is of no one ! ", Pilar: "She has a toungue...it bites like a bullwhip! " / Pilar sees death in Roberto's palm, Politics in the cave/ Roberto explains his cause/ Maria warns Roberto about Pablo " if he pretends to be friendly, it means he has made the decision." , Maria's confession/ Roberto's kiss/ Maria " I Don't know how to kiss, or I'd kiss you. Always I wonder...Where do the noses go?", Maria "Int the evenings, we'll make love.", El Sordo retreats/ Pilar "What use is courage if you have no head? El Sordo has both. He'll understand.", Maria and Roberto; the earth has moved. "All the things you have told me tonight. It is as you have already taken me to America." , The Sun rises / Maria alone/ the bridge is blown, Roberto returns to Maria, / Roberto, alone, awaits death/ Roberto sends away with Pilar "We will go to America another time. "/ End title.