Movie soundtrack superstar James Horner: 20 tracks to remember him by

Movie soundtrack superstar James Horner: 20 tracks to remember him by

Last week, James Horner was killed in a plane crash. The composer was an Oscar and Golden Globe winner, and worked with some of the world's biggest movie directors and producers

Last week, composer James Horner was killed in a plane crash. The musician was an Oscar and Golden Globe winner, and worked with some of the world's biggest movie directors and producers, including Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and Ron Howard, writing some of the most familiar soundtracks of the last few decades.

To celebrate his brilliant legacy, we've chosen 20 tracks from just a handful of the most famous films he contributed to over the years, in chronological order. Rest in peace, Mr Horner. Your music will go on.


Star Trek II – The Wrath of Khan


Aliens


An American Tail

 

Bonus track: Somewhere Out There

 

Batteries Not Included


Willow


Honey I Shrunk the Kids


Glory


Legends of the Fall


Braveheart


Apollo 13


Titanic

 

Bonus track: My Heart Will Go On

 

How the Grinch Stole Christmas


A Beautiful Mind


The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas


Avatar

 

Bonus track: I See You 


The Amazing Spider-Man


Wolf Totem

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