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Clear and Present Danger (remastered) (1994)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 73138359662
Label: Milan
Label number: 35966
Running time: 50m34s
Shipping date: October 9th, 2001
Original score by James Horner
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Main Title/A Clear and Present Danger [5:25]
2. Operation Reciprocity [3:25]
3. The Ambush [9:50]
4. The Laser-Guided Missile [3:50]
5. Looking for Clues [3:31]
...see complete tracklist
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: In Greer's funeral scene, what is the name of the military song, and by who? (from John Adams in NY)
A: Unbelievable! I found the answer! The title of this song is "Goin' Home" and it is performed by the United States Air Force Band. The name of the album is: "One Nation Under God: Instrumental Songs of Inspiration." This is the exact same song that is the movie! (thanks to Bill, Franceadd more info
A: But the scene is NOT the funeral of Admiral Greer. It is the funeral of FBI Director Emil Jacobs, right after Jack's return from the massacre in Colombia. At Admiral Greer's funeral the band plays "America the Beautiful" and later a solo trumpet plays "Taps." (thanks to John Cell, College Hill OHadd more info
A: You can listen to the recording at the Air Force Band's site. The album name is Esprit de Corps: America's Ceremonial Music. (thanks to John Cell, College Hill OHadd more info
A: "Going Home" is an excerpt from Dvorack's Ninth Symphony, "The New World". It has always been assumed that he adapted an old negro spiritual, but he said that he did not, but that he did integrate the rhythms and sound of the old spirituals. He did the same thing with a section based on Native American music. You are right, it is a very beautiful piece, even more so when heard in the context of the full symphony. If you can handle classical music :) I highly recommend that you check it out. (thanks to JohnW, Arroyo Grande, Ca, USAadd more info

Q: What is the song playing as the caskets are being unloaded from the plane after the ambush in Columbia? (from Terry in Trotwood, OH)
A: As discussed in the above question, that's "Goin' Home". You can listen to the Air Force Band's recording of it on their site - as of today, this is the link (thanks to John Cell, College Hill OHadd more info
A: Thanks a lot for the link... what a song! It brings tears to my eyes. I've been searching for the title for a long time. (thanks to ron, Netherlandsadd more info

Q: Hi, I'm looking for a recording of the brass arrangement of Dvorak's Symphony 9: Largo that was used in this movie. Only a portion of it was used in the film during the return of the diplomats bodies after the ambush. It is a wonderful arrangement and I haven't been able to find anything like it. Please help me out. Thanks. (from Rick in St Petersburg, Florida)
A: I'd love to get the sheet music for this. The recording can be found on the USAF Band's CD "Goin' Home" (thanks to Horner, Toronto, Canadaadd more info

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