Varese Sarabande: 40 Years of Great Film Music 1978-2018 2LP

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Epic Soundtrack Music On Double LP!

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A celebratory collection of the biggest composers and albums to grace the Varèse Sarabande catalog during an unparalleled 40-year history as the preeminent soundtrack label. The greatest composers; Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Bill Conti, Michael Giacchino, Alan Silvestri, Hans Zimmer and so on. These composers and more are represented with some of their finest compositions including music from "The Right Stuff", "Back To the Future, Part III", "Star Trek", "Rudy" and more.

"It all started in June 1978 when we released our first soundtrack to The First Nudie Musical. From then we've had the honor of working with some of the greatest film and television composers ever; John Williams, Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith Online, Henry Mancini, Miklós Rózsa, Lalo Schifrin, Michael Giacchino, John Debney, Brian Tyler, James Horner and hundreds more. We couldn't have made it to the 40th without all of you supporting us over the years so we'd like to say THANK YOU..." - Varese Sarabande Records

• Double LP
• Gatefold jacket

Side One:

1. Main Title / Coronation Procession from The Adventures of Robin Hood (Erich Wolfgang Korngold) Varujan Kojian, Utah Symphony Orchestra
2. Yeager’s Triumph from The Right Stuff (Bill Conti) Bill Conti, London Symphony Orchestra
3. Colin Opens His Eyes from The Secret Garden (Zbigniew Preisner)
4. The Good-Bye from A Little Princess (Patrick Doyle)
5. Mother from My Left Foot (Elmer Bernstein)
6. The Player from The Player (Thomas Newman)
Side Two:
1. Breakfast Machine from Pee-Wee's Big Adventure (Danny Elfman) John Coleman, National Philharmonic Orchestra
2. End Credits from Back To the Future, Part III (Alan Silvestri)
3. There’s No Place Like Home from Lost: Season 4 (Michael Giacchino)
4. End Credits from Agnes of God (Georges Delerue) David Newman, Varèse Sarabande Symphony Orchestra • Sara Andon, flute
5. End Titles from Driving Miss Daisy (Hans Zimmer)
6. Main Title from Rudy (Jerry Goldsmith)
Side Three:
1. Main Title from Spartacus (Alex North)
2. Prelude And Rooftop from Vertigo (Bernard Herrmann) 3. Ave Satani from The Omen (Jerry Goldsmith)
4. Birth Of A Legend from The Crow (Graeme Revell)
5. Sydney’s Lament from Scream (Marco Beltrami)
6. De Profundis from The Sixth Sense (James Newton Howard)
7. Main Title / Trinity Infinity from The Matrix (Don Davis)
8. Main Title from The Last of The Mohicans (Trevor Jones) Joel McNeely, Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Side Four:
1. Overture from Whiplash (Justin Hurwitz)
2. Mildred Goes To War from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Carter Burwell)
3. Fast Five from Fast Five (Brian Tyler)
4. Bim Bam Smash from The Bourne Supremacy (John Powell)
5. This Is Berk from How To Train Your Dragon (John Powell)
6. Enterprising Young Men from Star Trek (Michael Giacchino)

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