Ennio Morricone ‎– The Mission (Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture)

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Virgin ‎– 7 90567-2, Virgin ‎– 2-90567
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Tracklist

1 On Earth As It Is In Heaven 3:48
2 Falls 1:53
3 Gabriel's Oboe 2:12
4 Ava Maria Guarani 2:48
5 Brothers 1:30
6 Carlotta 1:19
7 Vita Nostra 1:52
8 Climb 1:35
9 Remorse 2:46
10 Penance 4:00
11 The Mission 2:47
12 River 1:57
13 Gabriel's Oboe 2:38
14 Te Deum Guarani 0:46
15 Refusal 3:28
16 Asuncion 1:25
17 Alone 4:18
18 Guarani 3:54
19 The Sword 1:58
20 Misere 0:59

Credits

Notes

Music from Roland Joffé's film "The Mission".

Cat# on inlay & spine: 7 90567-2
Cat# on disc face: 2-90567
Label on spine: Virgin Records

Music recorded at C.T.S. Studios, Wembley, London.
℗ 1986 Virgin Records Ltd.
℗ & © 1986 Virgin Records America Inc.
Manufactured and distributed by WEA under arrangement with Atlantic Records.
© 1986 Warner Bros. Inc.
© 1986 Kingsmere Productions, Ltd.
Made in USA. Printed in U.S.A.
Mastered By Nimbus.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 075679056726

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
90567-1, 7 90567-1 Ennio Morricone The Mission (Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture)(LP, Album) Virgin, Virgin 90567-1, 7 90567-1 US 1986 Sell This Version
427033-2 Ennio Morricone The Mission (Original Soundtrack From The Film)(CD, Album) Virgin 427033-2 Brazil 1986 Sell This Version
0777 7 86001 4 5, V4-86001 Ennio Morricone The Mission (Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture)(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Virgin Movie Music, Virgin 0777 7 86001 4 5, V4-86001 US Unknown Sell This Version
TC-VG 50220 Ennio Morricone The Mission(Cass, Album) Virgin TC-VG 50220 Greece 1986 Sell This Version
VL 2402 Ennio Morricone The Mission (Original Soundtrack From The Film) (LP, Album) Virgin VL 2402 Canada 1986 Sell This Version

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mjb

December 21, 2016

One of Morricone's best-selling soundtrack albums for good reason, The Mission is essentially variations on a handful of lushly orchestrated symphonic and choral themes, all very melodic and reminiscent of more than a few Christian hymns. The album's not without flaws, though. It has quite a bit of repetition and too many of what I would call "statement endings," and there's a small amount run-of-the-mill filler for suspenseful scenes. But man, the other 80% of the music is just some of the most beautiful, peaceful, and—at times—most quintessentially Italian music ever made. No need to see the movie to enjoy this.