- Theme from Sabrina
- Linus' New Life
- Growing Up In Paris
- (In The) Moonlight
- Sabrina Remembers/La Vie En Rose
- Sabrina Comes HOme
- Nantucket Visit
- The Party Sequence: When Joanna Loved Me/The Shadow of You Smile/Call ...
- Sabrina And Linus Date
- How Can I Remember?
- Sabrina's Return To Paris
- Theme from Sabrina (Reprise)
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Sabrina [Original Soundtrack] based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Along with Accidental Tourist, this is Williams' finest score (outside of the familiar space'n'action zone). A must for any score collector.
Beautifully romantic and relaxing, great for a bubble bath.
An excellent combination, ''Sabrina'' provides soft and easy listening through a combination of instumentals and singing. It's a great CD to add to your collection!
Jason Ankeny got it almost right ~ along with the rest of Hollywood. I agree that the romantic musical ensemble of John Williams' work is soothing and provocative all at once. But I wholeheartedly disagree with the comment about Sting's performance on the Moonlight track ~ this was a perfect combination of ingenious classical/jazz scoring and contemporary touches (Sting's voice). Hollywood missed the boat ~ at least in this version of the story, Sabrina isn't in COOKING CLASSES and Linus isn't some old cigar-chompin' good ol' boy. It was nice to see new life breathed into what was a "dying story". This is one instance where the re-make film was far better than the original. With all due respects to Audrey Hepburn fans, Julia Ormond finally did Sabrina Fair some justice.