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The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 88697250552
Label: Columbia
Label number: CK 67887
Running time: 48m15s
Shipping date: November 12th, 1996
Original score by Marvin Hamlisch
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Main Title/In Questa Reggia [3:44]
2. Got Any Scotch? [2:31]
3. An Ad? [0:43]
4. In A Sentimental Mood [2:36]
5. Rose Sees Greg [0:42]
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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What's the name of the Christmas melody playing when they were in the church and Jeff Bridges' character was monitoring the sounds on some sort of gadget? (from mike in Fremont, CA. USA)
A: It's "Carol of the Bells". I heard this before in Home Alone, but it sounded a bit different, cause it was performed without music, but with lyrics... (thanks to Anchoviakis, RAZViLKAadd more info

Q: Barbra Streisand sang a song with another female singer in this movie. Some of the words are "...if you love him tell. Don't let his love pass you by..." What's this song, and the other sing? (from Brenda in New Orleans,La.)
A: I don't remember the song being in this movie, but it is called "Tell Him," and is performed by Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion. (thanks to David, Toronto Canadaadd more info

Q: What is the opera playing when Jeff Bridges' character is trying to forget Barbra and concentrate on his computer work, however gets angry and throws cushions into the wardrobe? Tthe opera is very popular and I have heard it before. Thanks in advance. (from louise in Georgia)
A: Dome Epais ("Duet" from Lakme). It really is an all time beautiful duet. Fascinating. (thanks to Ugurlu, Istanbuladd more info

Q: After Rose leaves Greg, he's in the office and tears down a quilt off the wall - a beautiful operatic piece is playing with angelic female voices. I would like to know the name of that piece - I believe it's in Italian? Thank you. Sandi (from sandi in ca.)
A: Dome Epais ("Duet" from Lakme) (thanks to Anchoviakis, RAZViLKAadd more info

Q: In the movie after Rose leaves Greg he is in his office listen to opera music. What is that piece? Thank you.
...from Sandi in ca. (answer Sandi's question)

Q: Who wrote or directed the version of "Carol of the Bells" from the orchestra scene? (from Jeannie in Houston, TX)
A: It was originally composed by the Ukrainian composer Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych and was called "Shchedryk." (thanks to Anchoviakis, RAZViLKAadd more info
A: The performer and arranger of "Carol of the Bells" in the movie is David Foster. You can find several excellent performances of the song on youtube by him and his orchestra (thanks to Avg guy, Houstonadd more info

Q: Who is the performer of piece we hear when the main characters are on concert in church? (from Krzysiek67 in POLAND)
A: David Foster and his orchestra. You can find several excellent versions of this song performed by him on youtube. (thanks to agv guy, Houston, Texasadd more info

Q: There is a scene when Barbara Streisand's character has lost weight and she is looking sexy and beautiful and Jeff Bridges comes to see her. She is playing music and it sounded like a blues or jazz instrumental of a song by Ray Charles named, "You don't Know Me". If this is true and it was an instrumental of that song how can I get it? It's so romantic to me and I love that song. Thanks!
...from DebDeb in Georgia (answer DebDeb's question)

Q: There's a beautiful opera solo towards the end of the movie... a man is standing in a window singing. I've heard this popular song before. Who is the singer and the name of the song? Is this on the soundtrack? Thank you! (from Diana O in Philadelphia, pa)
A: The Apology/Nessun Dorma, performed by Luciano Pavarotti from "Turandot" written by Giacomo Puccini. Yes, it's on the soundtrack. One of my favorites. (thanks to Patricia, Deerfield Beach,Fl.add more info

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