Stand-up People

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This week on The Score, with Edmund Stone, people who stand up to injustice, including On The Waterfront, To Kill A Mockingbird, Dead Poet’s Society, Inherit the Wind, Ghandi and more on the next edition of The Score.

Music highlighted in this episode

Themes from To Kill a Mockingbird

Elmer Bernstein

Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra

Denon CO-75288

1963

Theme from Chariots of Fire

Vangelis

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Telarc 80168

1981

Andante from Symphonic Suite from On the Waterfront

Leonard Bernstein

New York Philharmonic

Sony Classical SMK 60991

1954

Themes from To Kill a Mockingbird

Elmer Bernstein

Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra

Denon CO-75288

1963

The Purpose of the Amendment from Lincoln

John Williams

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Sony Classical 88725446852

2012

It Goes Like it Goes (Main Title) and Triumph from Norma Rae

David Shire

original soundtrack recording

Varese Sarabande VCL 0609 1096

1979

333 Million from Erin Brockovich

Thomas Newman

original soundtrack recording

Sony Classical SK 89239

2000

Keating's Triumph from Dead Poets Society

Maurice Jarre

original soundtrack recording

Varese Sarabande VSD-5270

1989

Theme from Chariots of Fire

Vangelis

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Telarc 80168

1981

Technically a Woman from Erin Brockovich

Thomas Newman

original soundtrack recording

Sony Classical SK 89239

2000

Theme from High Noon

Dimitri Tiomkin

Hollywood Bowl Symphony

Sony Classical SMK 60991

1952

Apotheosis and End Title from Shane

Victor Young

original soundtrack recording

La-La Land Records LLLCD 1224

1953

Theme from Inherit the Wind

Ernest Gold

London Festival Orchestra

Vocalion CDLK 4178

1960

Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram and Reflections of Early Days from Ghandi

Ravi Shankar/George Fenton

Members of the Wren Orchestra

RCA (LP) ABL1-4557

1982

Witness (Main Title) from Witness

Maurice Jarre

original soundtrack recording

Varese Sarabande VSD-47227

1985

The Martian Score Suite and I Got Him! From The Martian

Harry Gregson-Williams

original soundtrack recording

Capitol Records digital

2015

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