Spaced Out

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This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, Spaced Out. We’ll hear scores from films about astronauts and space travel, including Apollo 13, Gravity, Aliens and more.

Music highlighted in this episode

End Title from Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Jerry Goldsmith

original soundtrack recording

Columbia C2K 66134

1979

Heroes Chorale and Voyage to the Moon

James Guymon

Millennium Symphony

ERM Media ERM 5997

2009

Le Voyage Dans La Lune Suite

Don Meyers

Millennium Symphony

ERM Media ERM 5997

2009

Re-Entry and Splashdown from Apollo 13

James Horner

original soundtrack recording

MCA MCAD-11241

1995

Welcome to Lunar Industries from Moon

Clint Mansell

London Music Works

Silva Screen Records SILCD 1309

2009

Overture from Capricorn One

Jerry Goldsmith

City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

Silva Screen Records SILCD 1183

1978

Shenzou from Gravity

Steven Price

original soundtrack recording

WaterTower WTM39478

2013

The Cloud from Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Jerry Goldsmith

original soundtrack recording

Columbia C2K 66134

1979

She Will Come Back from Solaris

Cliff Martinez

original soundtrack recording

La-La Land Records LLCD 1161

2002

Also Sprach Zarathustra used in 2001: A Space Odyssey

Richard Strauss

The Vienna Philharmonic

Rhino R2 72562

1968

End Credits from Contact

Alan Silvestri

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Telarc 80535

1997

We Don't Have to Think Like That Anymore from Solaris

Cliff Martinez

original soundtrack recording

La-La Land Records LLCD 1161

2002

End Title from Alien

Jerry Goldsmith

City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

Silva Screen Records SILCD 1183

1979

Becoming one of The People Becoming one with Neytiri from Avatar

James Horner

original soundtrack recording

Fox 521681 2

2009

The Hologram/Binary Sunset from Star Wars: A New Hope

John Williams

London Symphony Orchestra

RCA 68772

1977

End Title and Ilia's Theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Jerry Goldsmith

original soundtrack recording

Columbia C2K 66134

1979

Throne Room from Star Wars

John Williams

London Symphony Orchestra

Sony 51333

1977

3 Responses to “Spaced Out”

  1. Hubert Paulson

    Something seems to be amiss with respect to the sequence and dates of programs for August of 2017

    Reply
  2. S. E. W

    I’m sorry Mr. Stone, but 2001: A Space Odyssey is not by Ray Bradbury but Arthur C. Clark. My son would like this duly noted . They are both beloved authors in this household.

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