The Terminal

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The score to Steven Spielberg's The Terminal -- about an Eastern European visitor, played by Tom Hanks, who is refused admittance into the United States and must reside in New York's Kennedy Airport until he can return home -- was composed and conducted by five-time Academy Award winner John Williams.
All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Director Steven Spielberg keeps coming up with different kinds of films, and composer John Williams, with whom he has collaborated on 21 of them now, keeps finding appropriate musical settings. For The Terminal, a film about an Eastern European trapped in the international arrivals airport terminal in New York when ...
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The score to Steven Spielberg's The Terminal -- about an Eastern European visitor, played by Tom Hanks, who is refused admittance into the United States and must reside in New York's Kennedy Airport until he can return home -- was composed and conducted by five-time Academy Award winner John Williams.
All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Director Steven Spielberg keeps coming up with different kinds of films, and composer John Williams, with whom he has collaborated on 21 of them now, keeps finding appropriate musical settings. For The Terminal, a film about an Eastern European trapped in the international arrivals airport terminal in New York when his country erupts into civil war, Williams seems to have taken inspiration from the main character's origins and the film's lightly comic mood. His main theme for this character, "The Tale of Viktor Navorski," playfully recalls "The Third Man Theme," even if it is played on a clarinet most of the time. There is also a love theme for the bittersweet romance Navorski enters into, and that minor-key motive echoes such familiar tunes as "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" and even the folk ballad "Barbara Allen." The soundtrack album is presented out of sequence from the film, and it is very much oriented to listening as opposed to simply mirroring the actions onscreen. This makes it a better audio experience, with Williams' themes being developed and finished. But it in some ways does not reflect the movie accurately. In particular, the big payoff of the film turns out to be Navorski's purpose in coming to America, which is to get an autograph from a jazz musician, Benny Golson. On screen, we see and hear Golson, but he is not featured on the soundtrack album, which is a shame.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/15/2004
  • Label: Decca
  • UPC: 602498628751
  • Catalog Number: 000292402

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Williams [composer] Conductor
Edward Meares Bass
Bruce Morgenthaler Bass
Susan Ranney Bass
Nico Abondolo Bass
Michael Valerio Bass
Ralph Vaughan Williams Clarinet
Emily Bernstein Clarinet
Steve Kujala Flute
Geri Rotella Flute
James Walker Flute
Weldon Dean Parks Guitar
Alan Estes Percussion
Thomas Raney Percussion
Jerry Williams Percussion
Randy Kerber Piano, Keyboards
William Booth Trombone
Phil Teele Trombone
George Thatcher Trombone
William Reichenbach Trombone
Andrew Thomas Malloy Trombone
Rick Baptist Trumpet
Marissa Benedict Trumpet
David Washburn Trumpet
James Self Tuba
Fred W. Greene Tuba
Richard Altenbach Violin
Jacqueline Brand Violin
Franklyn d'Antonio Violin
Joel Derouin Violin
Julie Gigante Violin
Endre Granat Violin
Clayton Haslop Violin
Dimitrie Leivici Violin
Helen Nightengale Violin
Katia Popov Violin
Anatoly Rosinsky Violin
Miwako Watanabe Violin
Roger Wilkie Violin
Kenneth Yerks Violin
Lisa Sutton Violin
Jeanne Evans Violin
Tamara L. Hatwan Violin
Rafael Rishik Violin
Phillipe Levy Violin
Eun Mee Ahn Violin
Roberto Cani Violin
Sarah Thornblade Violin
Mark Robertson Violin
Ana Landauer Violin
Kenneth E. Munday Bassoon
Paul Cohen Cello
Stephen Erdody Cello
Dennis Karmazyn Cello
Armen Ksadjikian Cello
David Low Cello
David Speltz Cello
Cecilia Tsan Cello
John Walz Cello
Timothy Landauer Cello
Anthony Cooke Cello
Kurt Snyder Horn
Todd Richard Horn
Jenny Kim Horn
Chet Swiatkowski Keyboards
Roland Kato Viola
Victoria Miskolszy Viola
Michael Nowak Viola
Simon Oswell Viola
Marlo Fisher Viola
Shawn Mann Viola
Keith Greene Viola
Steven Gordon Viola
Thomas Dienner Viola
Dave Walther Viola
Cassandra Richburg Viola
Andrew Duckles Viola
Technical Credits
John Williams [composer] Producer, Composer (Music Score)
Steven Spielberg Liner Notes
Patricia Sullivan Mastering
Penny Bennett Art Direction
Sheryl Gold Music Business Affairs
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