"Deliver Us" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Ofra Haza & Eden Riegel Produced by Hans Zimmer Additional Arrangements: Music, Martin Erskine; Vocals, Andrew Lippa
"All I Ever Wanted (With Queen's Reprise*)" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Amick Byram & *Linda Dee Shayne Produced by Hans Zimmer & *Harry Gregson-Williams
"Goodbye Brother" Composed by Hans Zimmer Performed by Ofra Haza Produced by Hans Zimmer
"Through Heaven's Eyes" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Brian Stokes Mitchell Produced by Gavin Greenaway
"Playing With The Big Boys" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Steve Martin & Martin Short Produced by John Powell
"The Plagues" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Ralph Fiennes & Amick Byram Produced by Gavin Greenaway
"When You Believe" Words & Music Composed by Stephen Schwartz Performed by Michelle Pfeiffer & Sally Dworsky Produced by Hans Zimmer
Original Songs by Stephen Schwartz Score Composed by Hans Zimmer
Score Produced by Hans Zimmer & Adam Smalley Soundtrack Executive Producers: Michael Ostin, Lenny Waronker & Jheryl Busby Music Supervisor: Marylata E. Jacob Music Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson Vocals, Pre-Production Engineer: Slamm Andrews Vocals Co-Produced by Marylata E. Jacob Supervising Music Editor: Adam Smalley Middle Eastern Ensemble Produced by Jeff Rona Middle Eastern Ensemble Engineer: Avi Kipper Music Executive: Todd Homme Business Affairs: Lenny Wohl Music Production Services: Thomas Broderick at Media Ventures, Los Angeles
Rcording & Mixing Assistants: Gregg W. Silk & Kevin Globerman, Media Ventures Technical Music Advisor: Marc Streitenfeld Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala Nakamoto, Justin Burnett & Nathan Barr Assistant Music Editor: Brian Richards Synthesizer Programming: Bob Daspit Orchestra & Choir Recorded at Air Studios, London
Recording Assistants: Nick Wollage & Jake Jackson, Air Studios Mastered at Gateway Mastering by Bob Ludwig
Orchestrations: Bruce L. Fowler Additional Orchestrations: Ladd McIntosh, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Marcy Dicterow-Vaj, Elizabeth Finch, Tom Fowler, Steven C. Fowler, Walter E. Fowler, Darryl Leonard, Erik Lundborg & Jack Smalley Music Conducted by Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams & Rupert Gregson-Williams Boys Choir: The Boy Choristers of Salisbury Cathedral, Director of Music, Simon Lole Soloist Boy: Andrew Johnson, St. Paul's Cathedral Choir Hebrew Children Soloists: Shira Roth, Christopher Marquette, Justin Timsit & Michel Patrician London Orchestra & Vocal Contractor: Tonia Davall London Music Coordinator: Maggie Rodford, Air-Edel Music Preparation: Tony Stanton & Colin Appleton, Jo Anne Kane Music Service Vocal Coach: Evelyn Halus Equipment: Augan, Cubase & Euphonix
Concertmaster: Gavyn Wright Cello: Anthony Pleeth Viola: George Robertson French Horn: Hugh Seenan Flute: Jonathan Snowden Double Basses: Michael Brittain Oboe: Richard Morgan Clarinet: Nicholas Rodwell Bassoon: Michael Chapman Trumpet: Maurice Murphy & Derek Watkins Tenor Trombone: Richard Edwards Bass Trombone: Andrew Fawbert Tuba, Cimbasso: Stephen Wick Tuba: George Wall & Nicholas Hitchens Middle Eastern Woodwinds: Jeff Rona Middle Eastern Instruments: John Bilezikjian, Bradley Dutz, Pejman Hadadi, Souhail Kaspar, Guangming Li, Ali Jihad Racy, Adam Rudolph & Fred Selden Additional Vocals by Ofra Haza
Hans' Thank You's: Klaus Badelt, Anna Behlmer, Jim Brooks, Emma Burnham, Brenda Chapman, Marty Cohen, Penney Finkelman Cox, Nick Fletcher, David Geffen, Michael Gorfaine, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Steve Hickner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Claude Letessier, Shawn Murphy, Andy Nelson, Mo Ostin, Sandy Rabins, Jay Rifkin, Sam Schwartz, Steve Spielberg, Simon Wells, Mel Wesson, Jake Zimmer, Suzanne Zimmer & Zoe Zimmer
Thanks to: Peter Adee, Jay Boberg, Michael Blanton, Scott Brisbin, Buster & Shavoni, Al Cafaro, Robyn Crawford, Nichol David, Qadree El-Amin, Carol Fenelon, Fred Gaines, Danny Goldberg, Fred Goldring, Dan Harrell, Alex Hartnett, John Houston, Don Ienner, George Jackson, Richard Leher, Peter Lopez, Damon Jones, Louise McNally, Benny Medina, Tommy Mottola, Jim Morey, Don Passman, Frances Pennington, Terry Press, Timmy Regisford, Debbie Reinberg, David Slaughter, Bruce Tenebaum, Ron Wilcox & Danny Wynn
Special Thanks to: Jeffrey Katzenberg, Mo Ostin & Clive Davis
Release date : 11/17/1998
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A really interesting article I found about Alan Meyerson, HZ, and the making of Prince of Egypt. Unfortunately it's in french but maybe google trad can help. You also get an insight of how additional music works (this time by Harry Gregson Williams) h ttp://fr anck.ernould. perso .sfr.fr/meyerson. html
The expanded score looks like this, can anyone give breakdown of what music is from where? Is fake, yes?
CD 1 1. Opening 2. Deliver Us 3. Chariot Race (Film Version) 4. Following Tzipporah - All I Never Wanted 5. The Camels 6. Reprimand 7. Burning Bush 8. Cry 9. Rally - The Plagues 10. Only the Beginning 11. Hieroglyph Nightmare
CD 2 1. Chariot Race (Expanded) 2. Goodbye Brother 3. Devotion 4. Through Heaven's Eyes 5. Playing with the Big Boys 6. Death of the First Born 7. When You Believe - Red Sea 8. Trailer 9. River Lullaby 10. When You Believe (Remixed)
If I wasn't on my iPod touch right now, I'd type up the tracklist and lengths of the one I have. My expanded is 19 tracks on Disc 1, and 14 tracks on Disc 2.
This is the most complete version, apparently.
Both of these versions have previously been listed here on h-z.com. Or actually they're still there, just not linked to anymore.
The 19+14 track version is just a rip from the film.
The 11+9/10 track version is a combination of the OST and the following:
"It is Only Beginning..." and "Chariot Race" from the Collector's Edition CD. (Chariot Race ""Film version"" is just the same, only cutted.)
"Moses Nightmare" (Hieroglyph Nightmare) and "International Trailer" from Harry Gregson-Williams' Music For Film (Wavecrest compilation promo)
"Opening" and "The Camels" probably from the film itself.
Track 3 CD2 - Devotion, is from Klaus Badelt's Music For Films compilation promo. And although I haven't compared it second by second, I guess this cue would be inside "Goodbye Brother" on the OST.
Per, is this in film order the one I listed? it doesnot seem to be.
I am missing the camels track, anyone know where to rip it from on the dvd?
expanded score? is it SFX free? :)
Yes but its a total fake. Repeated material, suspicous music (possibly from different films) and filler (songs not by Zimmer). There is a more honest expanded version with just Zimmer's contribution, its about 50-odd mins, lossless, and SFX free
where can you get that one takehiro?
this is one of my favorite movies... seeing as im a Christian... i love it... i have the cassette soundtrack from growing up as a kid
Contact me privately, I'll hook you up.
First, Take, we're not on your beloved Shrine...
Second, the tracks available not on the OST are Chariot Race, It's Only The Beginning... (coupled with The Ten Commandments) on the Collector's Edition CD...
Then you have a synth mock-up of Hieroglyph Nightmare & the Trailer Music on a HGW's Music For Film Promo.
That's all... :)
"Beloved Shrine?" What the hell is your problem, snooty SOB.
I don't know if anyone got the special cd that came in a special package at like Wal-Mart or something, but that had the best music out of it all on there. It was an action cue called "Chariot race". I still don't under stand why they can't put out entire scores BY THEMSELVES with ALL THE MUSIC from the film out on shelves! Oh well, I get what I can. Bravo, Maestro Zimmer.
when i heard this soundtrack on the first time my life is changed. when i heard track 8 i knew that no matter what happend i can always go to my room turn on the type and getting into the world that i have been always dream about. from this moment i knew that this what i want to do for the rest of my life. i want to write music for films. and my biggest dream is to meet you mr.zimmer. i what you to know that your music give me the hope i the darkest nights. your music give me the faith that someday i can see the light. thank you hans zimmer. for me you are no. 1. i'm study in the jerusalem academy for music in israel. and i've got to tell you it's not easy for me. not because the studys but the people who don't understand the music that i want to write. they are shallowed. but no matter how it will be difficult i know that i have a dream and i'm going to make it come true. and you are giving me the hope and the flame in the darkesst moment. i hope that somehow you read this latter and know there is a man very very far from you and you are the light of his life. thank you so much.
Listening to your sound to picture atchievments, and also your incredibable understanding of composing music gives me the chills!!! I currently attend a sound tech/ musician school in norway where I wake up every day with a smile on my face because I love learning about music and all it has to offer! I hope that when I complete my year I will have the understanding and pattion that is needed to try to be inlisted at your school of music in new york! What you have given me as a musician is....? Well there are no words so strong that I can write them down! I beg of you-- keep up the amazing work and keep on inspiring me and others to be become better and better musicians! I am among your greatest fans, and will be until the day I die! My biggest dream is to work with you and learn from your incredible talent. Cincierly Helge Skaug, Norway
I love your music!! I listen to The Prince of Egypt's Chariot Race ALL the time! I do a sport that involes moving to music, and I listen to it everyday when i go there. Congrats on all the cool music you did, and keep going!!