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Ron Goodwin, Sir William Walton

Release title: Ron Goodwin, Sir William Walton - Battle Of Britain - Original Soundtrack Recording

 
Genre is Classical  Stage & Screen 
Style is Soundtrack  Contemporary 
This album was released on the label United Artists Records (catalog number UAS 9042)
This album was released in 1969 year. Italy

All track songs from this album Ron Goodwin, Sir William Walton - Battle Of Britain - Original Soundtrack Recording You can not listen to (this is not available) here, download mp3 music, individually or the whole album
# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
A1 Battle Of Britain Theme ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:23
A2 Luftwaffe March ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:32
A3 The Lull Before The Storm ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:37
A4 Work And Play ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:27
A5 Death And Destruction ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:22
A6 Briefing The Luftwaffe ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:14
A7 Prelude To Battle ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:20
A8 Victory Assured ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:12
A9 Defeat ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:26
B1 Hitlers Headquarters ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:55
B2 Return To Base ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:44
B3 Threat ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:23
B4 Civilian Tragedy ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:08
B5 Offensive Build-up ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:43
B6 Attack ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:58
B7 Personnal Tragedy ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 0:41
B8 Battle In The Air ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 4:51
B9 Absent Friends ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 1:03
B10 Battle Of Britain Theme End—Title ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:54

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In studio record of this release "Battle Of Britain - Original Soundtrack Recording" attended those artists:

Sir William Walton (Composed By, tracks B8),  Ron Goodwin (Composed By, Conductor, tracks A1 to B7, B9, B10),  Malcolm Arnold (Conductor, tracks B8),  Eric Tomlinson (Engineer), 

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