- Prologue: "I Shall Tell You of William Wallace"
- Outlawed Tunes on Outlawed Pipes
- The Royal Wedding
- The Trouble with Scotland
- Scottish Wedding Music
- Prima Noctes
- The Proposal
- Scotland is Free!
- Point of War / Johnny Cope / Up in the morning early
- Conversing With the Almighty
- The Road to the Isles / Glendarual Highlanders / The Old Rustic Bridge
- 'Sons of Scotland'
- Vision of Murron
- Unite the Clans!
- The Legend Spreads
- Why do you help me?
- For the Love of a Princess
- "Not Every Man Really Lives"
- The Prisoner wishes to say a Word
- "After the Beheading"
- "You Have Bled With Wallace!"
- Warrior Poets
- Scotland the brave / The Badge of Scotland / The Meeting of the Waters
- Leaving Glenurquhart / The Highland Plaid / Jock Wilson's Ball
- Kirkhall / The Argyllshire Gathering / The Braemar Highland Gathering
The soundtrack to Mel Gibson's epic Scottish adventure Braveheart is appropriately stirring, filled with grand, sweeping, orchestral music written especially for the film. It captures the patriotism and adventure of the film perfectly.
Performance CreditsJames Horner Primary Artist,Conductor,Keyboards
London Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble,Track Performer
Mel Gibson Track Performer,Dialogue
Choir of Westminster Abbey Choir, Chorus
Mike Taylor Pipe
Eric Rigler uillean pipes
First Battalion Queen's Own Highlanders Band,Ensemble,Track Performer
Angus McFadyen Track Performer,Dialogue
Patrick McGoohan Track Performer,Dialogue
Catherine McCormack Track Performer
Brendan Gleeson Track Performer
James Cosmo Track Performer
Sophie Marceau Track Performer
Sophie Marceau Dialogue
Choristers of Westminster Abbey Choir, Chorus
Technical CreditsJames Horner Composer,Orchestration
Shawn Murphy Producer,Engineer
Martin Neary Director
Ian Underwood Programming
Steve Singer Concept
Nancy Zannini Concept
Evan MacRae Director
James Riddell Original Material
Greg Barbero Concept
W. MacDonald Original Material
John McLellan Original Material
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have both of the Braveheart CD's. I like them both, but like this one better. I guess it is because they have included lines from the movie itself, it just makes it more enjoyable to me. I also llike the extra bagpipe music added at the end.