Book Origins

Star Trek II (1982)

I have always admired the score to Star Trek II. After Omni released Goldsmith’s score for “The Motion Picture” in early 2021,

Dracula (1992)

Kilar’s music breathes life into Coppola’s nuanced story of the undead prince. It runs the gamut of vengeance, desire, horror, and obsession.

A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

The music in “A Streetcar Named Desire” is a great example of a classic Hollywood score, full of rich textures and wonderful themes.

Tangled (2010)

With five songs and an orchestra bolstered with a heavy dose of choir, Alan Menken musically narrates the fable of Rapunzel. The results are a classic score that stands on equal ground with the best of his 90s output for Disney.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

From “Battle of The Bewilderbeast” to “Drago’s Theme,” every note of John Powell’s spectacular score is presented in stunning detail.

Poltergeist (1982)

Poltergeist had always been one of those study scores I felt would make a fantastic Omni release.

Sneakers (1992)

When I was invited to talk at ASMAC’s Horner tribute in September of 2020, Dan Redfeld and I talked a lot about what we wanted to say concerning Horner’s musical style. One film that kept coming up was Sneakers.

Jerry Goldsmith "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" Full Orchestral Score

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Star Trek is one of Goldsmith’s most stunning, most awe-inspiring, and thematically rich scores. Every one of the 473 pages of orchestration reveal a mind that was able to create engaging music that perfectly suits the film.

Glory (1989)

Omni Music Publishing is thrilled to present James Horner’s compelling score from the 1989 film, Glory

John Powell’s "How To Train Your Dragon" Full Orchestral Score

How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

Omni Music Publishing is proud to announce that John Powell’s full score for How To Train Your Dragon is available in print worldwide for the first time!