|1. Titanic Suite|
|2. "An Irish Party in Third Class (includes ""John Ryan's Polka"" and ""Blarney Pilgrim"")"|
|3. Alexander's Ragtime Band|
|4. The Portrait|
|5. "Jack Dawson's Luck (includes ""Humours of Caledon"", ""The Red-Haired Lass"", ""The Boys on the Hilltop"" & ""The Bucks of Oranmore"""|
|6. A Building Panic|
|7. Nearer My God to Thee|
|8. Come Josephine, In My Flying Machine|
|9. "Lament (includes ""A Spailp?n A R·n"")"|
|10. A Shore Never Reached|
|11. My Heart Will Go On (Dialogue Mix)|
|12. Nearer My God to Thee|
|13. Epilogue - The Deep and Timeless Sea|
The first Titanic album sunk soundtrack records from sea to shining sea-this all-new collection rescues music from the film that was left off the first soundtrack album. Includes Celine Dion's performance of My Heart Will Go On featuring movie dialogue; the world premiere of James Horner's original Titanic Suite ; the piano version of Rose, plus lots of great Irish dance music and more.
Fans of the Titanic soundtrack will undoubtedly appreciate this sequel, a collection of original music and background tunes not found on the first disc. They won't be disappointed. The newly composed "Titanic Suite" and "Epilogue: The Deep and Timeless Sea" are patchwork quilts of James Horner's most moving themes from the movie. Despite a few awkward transitions in "Suite" (where melodies move from somber to uplifting), the compositions--played by the London Symphony Orchestra and the Choirsters of King's College, Cambridge--work well. There's also a lot of diversity here, such as Gaelic Storm's lively "An Irish Party in Third Class" and chamber group I Salonisti's "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "Nearer My God to Thee." The misses are few: the breathy Maire Brennan's "Come Josephine, in My Flying Machine" is lethargic, and the movie dialogue peppering several songs (including Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On") is more distracting than effective. --Jason Verlinde
I love the Irish Music from the film. Why isn't the Irish music from the seen where Jack and Rose are running from the cop on the cd. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2008 by Elvis the King
i liked the music of this movie so much but i've a question..i wanted to know the name of the music that was played by (Orchestra on the movie) when the ship was... Read more
When I saw this CD, I knew there were going to be plenty of tracks on it that weren't on the first one, some of which were the reason i bought the first. Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2004 by Andrew P. Schwab
I've always love, and will love for the rest of my life, the "Titanic" soundtracks. "The Portrait," "Jack Dawson's Luck," "Lament"- all the tracks are wonderful. Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2004 by "torifan2004"
This soundtrack picks up where the last leaves off and does not disappoint. Both beautiful and thrilling, this cd is one of the best out there. Read morePublished on April 16 2003 by Michelle
This CD was far better than the first one put out for Titanic. This has music that I am more interested in - the Celtic portion. Read morePublished on April 30 2002 by Catherine M. Dorkin
I purchased this CD with the hopes of having the music from the movie. While the music was there, many sound bites were also added over the music from different parts of the... Read morePublished on April 9 2002 by Mark A. Zampino, Sr.
I dreamed of the music parts when the ship was sinking and the first class stairs cage exploded with water... Read morePublished on April 2 2002
As great as the original soundtrack release of Titanic was, it still felt more than a bit skimpy in its use of music from the film. Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2002 by Chadwick H. Saxelid