This soundtrack continues where James Horner's brilliant original score left off! The opening track, TITANIC SUITE, takes the listener down into the darkness of the R.M.S. TITANIC's present day watery grave, and then goes back to visions of her being built in Belfast, Ireland....to her triumphant departure on her maiden voyage in April 1912....and takes the listener to TITANIC's bow as we, once again, see Jack and Rose embracing....and grasping onto each other, later, after their fate had been painfully realized. It successfully summarizes the events of the film and of TITANIC's emotional impact on her passengers and crew. A very touching piece. This soundtrack also features the salon music selection: ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND - a song played during that time period....performed, flawlessly, by the group: I Salonisti (they were also in the film). The remainder of the music tracks feature the selections not heard on the 1st soundtrack. THE PORTRAIT (Jack sketching a picture of Rose) is the beautifully played piano version of ROSE. Also featured are the upbeat "Irish jigs", heard and seen in the film (many of TITANIC's 3rd Class passengers were Irish immigrants, anxiously awaiting their opportunities in America). I absolutely recommend this soundtrack - be sure to get the 1st soundtrack of this magnificent movie, before getting this one!