Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
John Williams' score to the 1989 adventure Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade wraps the blockbuster series on a suitably rousing note. While adhering to the action-meets-suspense-meets-comedy formula outlined via the previous films, Williams never succumbs to repetition or mere recycling, instead investing his themes with a rapturous joy that's undeniably infectious. From the mischievous "Indy's Very First Adventure" to the menacing "Brother of the Cruciform Sword," Williams' melodies operate in broad, vivid strokes, forgoing nuance in favor of larger than life thrills and chills. There's no denying Williams does this sort of thing better than anyone else, however, and for...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
John Williams' score to the 1989 adventure Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade wraps the blockbuster series on a suitably rousing note. While adhering to the action-meets-suspense-meets-comedy formula outlined via the previous films, Williams never succumbs to repetition or mere recycling, instead investing his themes with a rapturous joy that's undeniably infectious. From the mischievous "Indy's Very First Adventure" to the menacing "Brother of the Cruciform Sword," Williams' melodies operate in broad, vivid strokes, forgoing nuance in favor of larger than life thrills and chills. There's no denying Williams does this sort of thing better than anyone else, however, and for all its seeming simplicity, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade makes for genuinely exciting listening. [The 2008 reissue included bonus tracks.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/17/2009
  • Label: Concord Records
  • UPC: 888072310049
  • Catalog Number: 31004
  • Sales rank: 15,475

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Williams [composer] Primary Artist, Conductor
Stu Goldberg Piano
Frank Marocco Accordion
Jim Walker Flute
Bruce Dukov Violin
Ralph Grierson Piano
Israel Baker Violin
Timothy Barr Bass
Arnold Belnick Violin
Meyer Bello Viola
Samuel Boghossian Viola
William Booth Trombone
Kenneth Burward-Hoy Viola
Stuart Canin Violin
Herman Clebanoff Violin
Mathew Cooker Cello
Bonnie Douglas Violin
Dominic Fera Saxophone
Henry Ferber Violin
Richard Feves Bass
Ronald Folsom Violin
James Getzoff Violin
Pamela Goldsmith Viola
Harris Goldman Violin
John Thomas Johnson Tuba
James Kanter Clarinet
Nathan Kaproff Violin
Myra Kestenbaum Viola
Ronald Langinger Clarinet
Brian Leonard Violin
Michael Markman Violin
Bruce Morgenthaler Bass
Dick Nash Trombone
Stanley Plummer Violin
Emil Radocchia Percussion
Dorothy Remsen Harp
Anatoly Rosinsky Violin
Haim Shtrum Violin
Paul Shure Violin
Marshall Sosson Violin
Gloria Strassner Cello
Linn Subotnick Viola
Chet Swiatkowski Piano
Tommy Tedesco Guitar
Joel Timm Oboe
Lloyd Ulyate Trombone
Brad Warnaar Horn, Horn
Dorothy Wade Violin
Miwako Watanabe Violin
Ken Watson Percussion
John Williams Conductor
Gary Woodward Flute
Mihail Zinovyev Viola
Vincent DeRosa Horn
Milton Nadel Bass
David Riddles Bassoon
Sebastian Toettcher Cello
John Walz Cello
Donald Williams Xylophone
Tom Boyd Oboe
Roy d'Antonio Clarinet
George Burnette Dillon Trumpet
Barbara Hunter Cello
Allen Savedoff Bassoon
Jerry Williams Percussion
Gregory Goodall Timpani
John Reynolds Horn
Malcolm McNab Trumpet
Chase Craig Trumpet
Richard Taylor "Dick" Nash Trombone
Kenneth Watson Percussion
Armand Kaproff Cello
Louise Dissman Violin
Sam Boghossian Viola
Roy d'Antonio Clarinet
Misha Zinovyev Viola
Phillip Teele Trombone
James Thatcher Horn
Matt Cooker Cello
William Lane Horn
Robert Divall Trumpet
Myer Bello Viola
Lynn Subotnik Viola
Donald J. Williams Xylophone
Nathan Kaprov Violin
David H. Speltz Cello
George Dillon Trumpet
Michael O'Donovan Bassoon
Harold Wolf Violin
John T. Johnson Tuba
Technical Credits
John Williams [composer] Composer, Producer
Sue McLean Engineer
Dan Wallin Engineering
John Williams Producer
Tom Steel Stage Manager
Steven Spielberg Liner Notes
Laurent Bouzereau Liner Notes, Reissue Producer
Mary Hogan Reissue Producer
Patricia Sullivan Fourstar Mastering
Seth Presant Digital Editing
John Rotondi Engineer
Larissa Collins Art Direction
Sue Mclean Engineer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    john williams never fails

    Another strong entry for a composer who never seems to put a foot wrong. This is my favorite soundtrack in the series after raiders! Hope the music for star wars gets the box set treatment like indy and includes all the music!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    the best of the best

    this cd indiana jones and the last crusade is my all time favorite movie score because of the prologue and how indiana jones looks for his father and everything on this cd fits perfectly in with the first 3 films also kingdom of the crystal skull brings back themes from raiders but the last crusade has the best motifs and the best themes iv heard since empire strikes back got re released if you loved temple of doom and raiders and kingdom of the crystall skull then you will enjoy last crusade if you are just geting into indiana jones buy the first 4 cds seperatly indiana jones is my favorite action hero sooo i sugest anybody who likes good music to get into the indiana jones movie scores

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