Alan Silvestri, a relative newcomer to the world of film music, delivered a classic score to a film that would spawn 2 sequels. At first, producer Steven Spielberg was uncomfortable with the idea of a rookie composer writing the music to such a high-profile film. When director Robert Zemeckis switched out the temp score material with newly recorded Silvestri underscore, Spielberg applauded what he thought was new temp music. This score has been expertly engraved from the original hand-written manuscript and carefully edited from both the recording, and original orchestral parts. It also includes a detailed analysis of the themes and motives contained within and descriptions along to the top staff of important dramatic moments of the scenes.
239 pages. 9×12 inches. Paperbound, printed in U.S.A.
Available in North America only