Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 My Heart Will Go On
James Horner 3:33
2 I Will Always Love You
Dolly Parton 3:30
3 Love Theme (from Romeo and Juliet)
Nino Rota 3:25
4 We Have All the Time in the World
John Barry 3:24
5 Up Where We Belong
Buffy Sainte-Marie 3:31
6 Love Theme
John Barry 3:01
7 For the Love of a Princess
James Horner 4.5 4:09
8 As Time Goes By
Herman Hupfeld 3:14
9 Princess Leia
John Williams 4:10
10 Take My Breath Away
Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock 3:23
11 Can You Feel the Love Tonight
Elton John 3:18
12 Evergreen
Barbra Streisand 3:08
13 Love Is All Around
Reg Presley 3:17
14 Maid Marian at the Waterfall / Everything I Do
Michael Kamen 4:35
15 Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
Pietro Mascagni 3:16
16 Adagio (Second Movement) from Piano Concerto no. 2
Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов 11:33
17 Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Ennio Morricone 3:13
18 Gabriel's Oboe
Ennio Morricone 3:20
19 Try a Little Tenderness
Harry Woods, James Campbell, Reginald Connelly 3:28
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 John Dunbar Theme
John Barry 2:33
2 Moon River
Henry Mancini 3:11
3 Where Do I Begin
Francis Lai 3:06
4 When a Man Loves a Woman
Calvin Houston Lewis & Andrew Wright 3:36
5 The Way We Were
Marvin Hamlisch 3:42
6 Unchained Melody
Alex North 3:32
7 Mozart Clarinet Concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 7:21
8 Bolero
Maurice Ravel 15:07
9 Pachelbel's Canon
Johann Pachelbel 4:33
10 Bach Cello Sonata BWV 1029
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:20
11 The Heart Asks for Pleasure First
Michael Nyman 2:15
12 Rhapsody in Blue
George Gershwin 16:22
13 Somewhere, My Love
Maurice Jarre 3:39
14 How Deep Is Your Love
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb 3:08

Credits

CD 1

premiered in:
Moskva, Russia (1900-12-15) (track 16)
recorded in:
Boston, Massachusetts, United States (1980-06) (track 9)
flute:
Scott Goff (track 14)
piano:
Vladimir Ashkenazy (Russian-Icelandic conductor and pianist) (1984-09) (track 16)
arranger:
Nick Ingman (tracks 1–5, 8, 10–13, 17–19)
assistant editor:
Christine Cholvin (track 7)
Joe E. Rand (track 7)
assistant engineer:
Jonathan Allen (engineer) (track 7)
balance engineer:
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (1976-06) (track 15)
John McClure (recording engineer and record producer) (1988-05) (track 6)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Martin Neary (organist and choral conductor) (track 7)
composer:
John Barry (film composer; known for James Bond) (tracks 4, 6)
James Horner (tracks 1, 7)
Herman Hupfeld (track 8)
Elton John (track 11)
Giorgio Moroder (track 10)
Jack Nitzsche (track 5)
Dolly Parton (track 2)
Buffy Sainte-Marie (track 5)
John Williams (soundtrack composer & conductor) (track 9)
Harry M. Woods (American 1920/30s songwriter) (track 19)
Ennio Morricone (composer) (tracks 17–18)
Reg Presley (track 13)
Pietro Mascagni (composer) (1888) (track 15)
conductor:
James Horner (track 7)
Michael Kamen (track 14)
Gianandrea Gavazzeni (conductor) (1976-06) (track 15)
John Williams (soundtrack composer & conductor) (1980-06) (track 9)
Bernard Haitink (conductor) (1984-09) (track 16)
John Williams (soundtrack composer & conductor) (1988-05) (track 6)
Nick Ingman (1999-05) (tracks 1–5, 8, 10–13, 17–19)
editor:
Jim Henrikson (track 7)
lyricist:
Herman Hupfeld (track 8)
Dolly Parton (track 2)
Alan Bergman (American lyricist) (track 6)
Marilyn Bergman (track 6)
James Campbell (British songwriter and music publisher) (track 19)
Reginald Connelly (track 19)
Hal David (track 4)
Will Jennings (tracks 1, 5)
Reg Presley (track 13)
Tim Rice (track 11)
Tom Whitlock (track 10)
mixer:
Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer) (track 7)
orchestra:
Seattle Symphony (track 14)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (1976-06) (track 15)
Boston Pops Orchestra (1980-06) (track 9)
Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest (1984-09) (track 16)
Boston Pops Orchestra (1988-05) (track 6)
Prague Philharmonia (1999-05) (tracks 1–5, 8, 10–13, 17–19)
orchestrator:
James Horner (track 7)
Ennio Morricone (composer) (track 18)
producer:
James Horner (track 7)
Michael Kamen (track 14)
Job Maarse (track 6)
Stephen McLaughlin (track 14)
Michael Woolcock (producer) (track 15)
Andrew Cornall (engineer / producer) (1984-09) (track 16)
recording engineer:
Colin Moorfoot (engineer) (track 16)
Shawn Murphy (producer/engineer) (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Decca Music Group Limited (not for release label use, for ℗ & © rights holder use only) (1978) (track 15)
Philips Classics Productions (not for release label use!—classical music division of Polygram, reorganized as Philips Music Group in 1997) (1989) (track 6)
Decca Music Group Limited (not for release label use, for ℗ & © rights holder use only) (1995) (track 7)
publisher:
BMG (the former Bertelsmann Music Group, defunct since 2004-08-05; for releases dated 2008 and later, use "BMG Rights Management") (track 10)
Chappell (company that specialized in library and production music) (tracks 8, 10)
EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!) (track 1)
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody) (track 10)
Fox Film Music Corporation (BMI) (track 1)
Irving Music, Inc. (track 1)
Jastian Music Inc. (track 10)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 8)
Robbins Music Corp. (track 19)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track 10)
TCF Music Publishing, Inc. (Twentieth Century Fox Music Publishing, Inc.; ASCAP) (track 1)
Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group) (track 1)
Velvet Apple Music (track 2)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 10)
Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (track 8)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 10)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1976-06) (track 15)
Smecky Music Studios in Praha, Czech Republic (1999-05) (tracks 1–5, 8, 10–13, 17–19)
arrangements:
For the Love of a Princess (for brass band, Duncan) (track 7)
Intermezzo (for brass band, Denis Wright) (track 15)
My Heart Will Go On (arr. Adrian Williams for small orchestra) (track 1)
instrumental cover recording of:
My Heart Will Go On (1999-05) (track 1)
instrumental recording of:
The Music of Goodbye ("Love Theme from Out of Africa") (track 6)
As Time Goes By (the song from "Casablanca") (1999-05) (track 8)
Try a Little Tenderness (1999-05) (track 19)
We Have All the Time in the World (1999-05) (track 4)
is the basis for:
All by Myself (track 16)
Ave Maria (by Pietro Mascagni, adapted from the Intermezzo of his Cavalleria Rusticana) (track 15)
Nella fantasia (track 18)
Preghiera (track 16)
Protect Your Mind (aka “Protect Your Mind (Braveheart)” and “Protect Your Mind (For the Love of a Princess)”) (track 7)
Sancta Maria (based on the Intermezzo from "Cavalleria rusticana" by Mascagni) (track 15)
Whispers in a Dream (track 18)
later parody versions:
Free Delivery (track 1)
later translated parody versions:
I sauf ollahaund (track 13)
Titanic (track 1)
later translated versions:
Il mio cuore va (Italian translation of 'My Heart Will Go On') (track 1)
Kun aika rientää (track 8)
L'Amore sei tu (track 2)
L'amour brille sous les étoiles (Le Roi Lion) (track 11)
Le Bleu des regrets (Take my Breath Away) (track 10)
Men tiden går (track 8)
Pieśń o miłości (track 11)
Privé d’amour (French lyric version of "As Time Goes By") (track 8)
Toglimi il respiro (Take My Breath Away) (track 10)
愛を感じて (track 11)
死んでもいい (track 10)
激情 (track 10)
later versions:
Die Liebe bleibt (track 8)
Le temps qui passe (track 8)
part of:
De Leeuwenkoning (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Dutch version) (track 11)
Der König der Löwen (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, German version) (track 11)
El Rey León (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Spanish version) (track 11)
Król lew (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Polish version) (track 11)
Le Roi Lion (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, French version) (track 11)
Leijonakuningas (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Finnish version) (track 11)
O Rei Leão (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Portuguese version) (track 11)
O Rei Leão (The Lion King 1994 film soundtrack, Brazilian Portuguese version) (track 11)
The Lion King (stage musical) (track 11)
The Lion King (1994 film soundtrack) (track 11)
The Mission (track 18)
recording of:
Can You Feel the Love Tonight (The Lion King) (track 11)
For the Love of a Princess (Braveheart) (track 7)
Take My Breath Away (song from the 1986 film Top Gun) (track 10)
Up Where We Belong (track 5)
Cavalleria rusticana: Intermezzo (1976-06) (track 15)
Princess Leia's Theme (Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope) (1980-06) (track 9)
Gabriel’s Oboe (The Mission) (1999-05) (track 18)
Love Is All Around (1999-05) (track 13)
Nuovo cinema Paradiso (1999-05) (track 17)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 11)
Relax and Unwind With the Classics (preview) (track 15)

CD 2

recorded in:
Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (1984-02) (track 9)
clarinet:
Franklin Cohen (track 7)
violin:
Bruce Dukov (1995-09) (track 6)
cello:
János Starker (Hungarian-American cellist) (1963-04) (track 10)
cor anglais:
Karl Dumler (1995-09) (track 6)
flute:
Susan Greenberg (1995-09) (track 6)
organ:
Martin Haselböck (organist, conductor and composer) (1982-02) (track 9)
piano:
Jean‐Yves Thibaudet (pianist) (track 11)
György Sebök (1963-04) (track 10)
Jean‐Yves Thibaudet (pianist) (1998-06) (track 12)
arranger:
Nick Ingman (tracks 2–5, 13–14)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (track 9)
balance engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (track 7)
Philip Siney (track 7)
John Dunkerley (engineer) (1981-07) (track 8)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks 10, 10)
John Barry (film composer; known for James Bond) (track 1)
Maurice Jarre (track 13)
Henry Mancini (US composer, conductor & arranger) (track 2)
Alex North (track 6)
Michael Nyman (composer) (track 11)
Johann Pachelbel (composer) (tracks 9, 9)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (1791-09-28 – 1791-10-07) (track 7)
George Gershwin (composer) (1924) (track 12)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1928) (track 8)
Marvin Hamlisch (1973) (track 5)
conductor:
Christoph von Dohnányi (German conductor) (track 7)
Charles Dutoit (conductor) (1981-07) (track 8)
Karl Münchinger (German conductor) (1984-02) (track 9)
John Mauceri (1991-02) (track 1)
John Mauceri (1995-09) (track 6)
Hugh Wolff (conductor) (1998-06) (track 12)
Nick Ingman (1999-05) (tracks 2–5, 13–14)
engineer:
John Dunkerley (engineer) (track 8)
Stanley Goodall (engineer) (1982-02) (track 9)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer (track 2)
Hy Zaret (track 6)
Alan Bergman (American lyricist) (1973) (track 5)
Marilyn Bergman (1973) (track 5)
orchestra:
Stuttgarter Chamber Orchestra (1984-02) (track 9)
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra (1991-02) (track 1)
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra (1995-09) (track 6)
BBC Symphony Orchestra (1998-06) (track 12)
Prague Philharmonia (1999-05) (tracks 2–5, 13–14)
orchestrator:
Ferde Grofé (pianist, arranger, conductor and composer) (1942) (track 12)
producer:
Michael Haas (classical music producer) (track 9)
Michael Gore (Producer) (track 1)
Ray Minshull (track 8)
Paul Myers (classical record producer) (track 7)
Christopher Pope (Producer) (track 12)
Michael Woolcock (producer) (track 7)
publisher:
Hy Zaret (track 6)
writer:
Barry Gibb (track 14)
Maurice Gibb (track 14)
Robin Gibb (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
Decca Music Group Limited (not for release label use, for ℗ & © rights holder use only) (1999) (track 11)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd. (track 12)
Chester Music Ltd. (track 11)
Crompton Songs (track 14)
Ed. Durand & Cie (1909–1947) (track 8)
EMI Virgin Music Ltd. (do not use this as a release label!) (track 1)
Famous Chappell (track 2)
Famous Music Group (track 2)
Ferde Grofé Music Publishing (New York) (track 12)
Frank Music Corp. ( – ????) (track 6)
HZUM Publishing (track 6)
MPL Communication Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (track 6)
Michael Nyman Ltd. (track 11)
New World Music Co. (track 12)
Soc. Arima (rights society?) (track 8)
Sony/ATV Harmony (track 2)
Universal Music Publishing Group Japan (work publisher - do NOT use as a release label) (track 14)
Virgin (worldwide imprint of Virgin Records Ltd. and all its subsidiaries) (track 11)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 12)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 14)
Colgems-EMI Music Inc. (1973) (track 5)
ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (2017-04-01 –) (track 14)
engineered at:
premiered at:
Palais Garnier in Paris, Île-de-France, France (1928-11-22) (track 8)
recorded at:
Evangelisches Schloßkirche (Schloss Ludwigsburg) in Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (1984-02) (track 9)
Smecky Music Studios in Praha, Czech Republic (1999-05) (tracks 2–5, 13–14)
part of:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Boléro (catch-all for arrangements) (track 8)
Boléro (arr. Ravel for piano 4-hands) (track 8)
Canon and Gigue in D major, T. 377: I. Canon (catch-all for arrangements) (track 9)
Canon and Gigue in D major: I. Canon (arr. Max Seiffert) (track 9)
In the Garden (track 9)
In the Garden (track 9)
Les Enchaînés (translated) (track 6)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Dokshitser for trumpet and orchestra) (track 12)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Carlos Barbosa-Lima) (track 12)
Rhapsody in Blue (Glenn Miller arrangement) (track 12)
Rhapsody in Blue (transcription for solo piano by Gershwin) (track 12)
Rhapsody in Blue (catch-all for arrangements) (track 12)
Senza Catene (translated) (track 6)
The Heart Asks Pleasure First (simplified piano arrangement by Hans-Günter Heumann) (track 11)
instrumental recording of:
Unchained Melody (1995-09) (track 6)
How Deep Is Your Love (Bee Gees song) (1999-05) (track 14)
Moon River (1999-05) (track 2)
Somewhere My Love (1999-05) (track 13)
The Way We Were (1999-05) (track 5)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Adagio (track 9)
Blue (track 12)
Canon in F (track 9)
Christmas Canon (original version) (track 9)
Earth Angel (track 9)
Happy (track 9)
Lemming 1 (Lemmings, Commodore 64) (track 9)
Lullaby (track 9)
No More Boleros (track 8)
Sanctus (track 9)
Sanctus II (track 9)
Simple Joy (track 9)
What Happened (Sublime) (track 12)
蛹化の女 (track 9)
later parody versions:
Bolero (track 8)
Bolero (track 8)
Le Parti d'en rire (track 8)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Die Liebe ist da (track 14)
人在雨下 (track 6)
戸惑いの朝 (track 14)
追憶 (track 5)
追憶 (track 5)
later versions:
Bolero (arr. Hans Hasso Stamer) (track 8)
Bolero (Starink version) (track 8)
Boléro (arr. Ravel for 2 pianos) (track 8)
Boléro (arr. Django Rheinhardt) (track 8)
Canon in D, Mostly (track 9)
Troublant Bolero (track 8)
part of:
Dances With Wolves (track 1)
The Piano (1993 film score) (track 11)
partial recording of:
recording of:
The Heart Asks Pleasure First (The Piano) (track 11)
Boléro (1981-07) (track 8)
Canon and Gigue in D major, T. 377: I. Canon (catch-all for arrangements) (1984-02) (track 9)
John Dunbar Theme (Dances With Wolves) (1991-02) (track 1)
Rhapsody in Blue (standard 1942 orchestration) (1998-06) (track 12)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on America (track 12)
Hooked on Romance (track 7)
This Is the Story (Clare Muldaur) (track 8)
revision of:
Rhapsody in Blue (original jazz band version, less often performed) (track 12)
version of:
Lara’s Theme (track 13)