The Land Before Time [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

The Land Before Time [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

by James Horner

CD

Product Details

Release Date: 10/25/1990
Label: Mca
UPC: 0076732626627
catalogNumber: 6266

Album Credits

Performance Credits

James Horner   Primary Artist,Conductor,Track Performer
London Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble,Track Performer
Diana Ross   Vocals,Track Performer
Choir of King's College, Cambridge   Track Performer
Greig McRitchie   Performing Ensemble

Technical Credits

London Symphony Orchestra   Contributor
James Horner   Producer
Peter Asher   Producer
David Campbell   Arranger
Greig McRitchie   Orchestration
Shawn Murphy   Engineer
Frank Wolf   Engineer
Wimbledon King's College Choir   Contributor

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The Land Before Time 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
i like little foot becase he looking his mom.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am graduating from elementary school in two weeks. I am in 5th grade. We have chosen the song ''If We Hold On Together'' by Diana Ross, to perform for graduation. I bought this soundtrack to practice. It is an exceptional choice to add to you cd collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Most scores I've heard have the same high points and the same low points. This is the first score I've heard that stays on the high points all the way. The sheer emotion of the score lies in the main theme, most noteably in track 3''Whispering Winds'',it is majestic and beutiful and the only theme I've heard that made me cry when I heard it. This theme has also become one of the most famous in all of film music and you can ask anybody if they have heard it,they will look at you with a puzzled look,but then if you play it for them they will almost always say''Oh yeah I remember this''. This is a must have for anyone,even if you dont like scores you gotta get this one. A feat most likeley never to be repeated in history. TIMELESS!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I generally dislike James Horner's works because he has a tendancy to use other composers' music as his own without giving due credit, but this score seems almost entirely original. Words cannot describe how this score touches the soul. The choral accompaniment fits the music perfectly, the title song is a tear jerker. . .overall an EXCELLENT score. . . words cannot describe. . .