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Music from the Motion Picture "Titanic" (James Cameron, 1997)

James Horner

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James Horner's score for James Cameron's epic romance Titanic is much like the film itself -- against all expectations, it delivers exactly what it promises. His score is grand, without falling into typical melodrama, and delicately romantic, without being sickly sentimental; it offers genuine emotion and excitement, with the haunting vocals of Norwegian singer Sissel providing a nice counterpoint to Horner's blend of strings, vocals, orchestras, and synthesizers. Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" may feel a little like an afterthought, especially after experiencing Horner's wrenching, affecting score, but its heart is in the right place. Nevertheless, it is Horner's instrumental work and its whirlwind of emotions that makes the score of Titanic a voyage worth repeating.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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Music from the Motion Picture "Titanic" (James Cameron, 1997)

James Horner

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1
Never an Absolution (Stereo)
James Horner
00:03:03

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - James Horner, Lyricist - James Horner, Composer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Distant Memories (Stereo)
James Horner
00:02:23

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Southampton (Stereo)
James Horner
00:04:01

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - James Horner, Composer - James Horner, Lyricist - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Rose (Instrumental)
James Horner
00:02:52

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Leaving Port (Stereo)
James Horner
00:03:26

James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

6
"Take Her to Sea, Mr. Murdoch" (Stereo)
James Horner
00:04:31

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - James Horner, Lyricist - James Horner, Composer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

7
"Hard to Starboard" (Stereo)
James Horner
00:06:52

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - James Horner, Lyricist - James Horner, Composer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave (Stereo)
James Horner
00:03:56

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

9
The Sinking (Stereo)
James Horner
00:05:05

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Death of Titanic (Stereo)
James Horner
00:08:26

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

11
A Promise Kept (Stereo)
James Horner
00:06:02

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

12
A Life So Changed (Stereo)
James Horner
00:02:13

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

13
An Ocean of Memories (Stereo)
James Horner
00:07:57

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

14
My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme From "Titanic")
Céline Dion
00:05:10

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Composer - James Horner, Performer - Céline Dion, Performer - Will Jennings, Lyrics, Lyricist - Simon Franglen, Producer

1997 Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.

15
Hymn to the Sea (Stereo)
James Horner
00:06:25

James Horner, Conductor - James Horner, Producer - James Horner, Performer - JAMES HORNER (B. 1953), Composer - Orchestra, Performer

(P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment

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James Horner's score for James Cameron's epic romance Titanic is much like the film itself -- against all expectations, it delivers exactly what it promises. His score is grand, without falling into typical melodrama, and delicately romantic, without being sickly sentimental; it offers genuine emotion and excitement, with the haunting vocals of Norwegian singer Sissel providing a nice counterpoint to Horner's blend of strings, vocals, orchestras, and synthesizers. Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" may feel a little like an afterthought, especially after experiencing Horner's wrenching, affecting score, but its heart is in the right place. Nevertheless, it is Horner's instrumental work and its whirlwind of emotions that makes the score of Titanic a voyage worth repeating.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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