This was David Arnold's score that got him into the big time. In short, it is absolutely outstanding. "Stargate Overture" begins with ominous sounding orchestral music, leading to an epic 7 note motif, which leads into a chorus chanting in a language that I can't understand. "Giza, 1928" begins with Egyptian-like sounds and tom-toms, reminding me somewhat of Jerry Goldsmith's The Mummy. This then leads to an incredible choral section, which is one of those film music moments that really stands out. "Orion" and "You're On The Team" contains military march based strings and percussion. "The Stargate Opens" is another incredible cue with lots of great orchestral things going on. "Entering the Stargate" starts out lovely and then segues into ominous string passages, leading up to going in the stargate. "Mastadge Drag" is a quick tempo version of the main theme that is fun and adventurous at the same time. "The Mining Pit" contains a great male voice choir and "Caravan to Nagada" contains a wonderful rendition of the main theme after a huge gong crash. "Leaving Nagada" contains heavy percussion and "Battle At The Pyramid" is a great action cue. "Going Home" ends the score with one, final rendition of the main theme ending in a powerful fashion. The first half of the score really stands out, while the middle section drags somewhat, and the finale is tremendous. A highly recommended score!