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Album: Summon the Heroes

Artist: John Williams

  • Genre: Classical Crossover
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 1996 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Summon the Heroes By Artist John Williams

Title Artist Time
Summon the Heroes (For Tim Mor John Williams 6:17 USD 1.29
O Fortuna (From "Carmina Buran John Williams 2:38 USD 1.29
Bugler's Dream and Olympic Fan John Williams 4:30 USD 1.29
Ode to Zeus (From "Canto Olymp John Williams 3:42 USD 1.29
Javelin John Williams 8:53 USD 1.29
Olympic Hymn John Williams 5:21 USD 1.29
Festive Overture, Op.96 John Williams 6:18 USD 1.29
Conquest of Paradise (Theme) John Williams 3:38 USD 1.29
Parade of Charioteers (From "B John Williams 3:49 USD 1.29
Toward a New Life John Williams 5:53 USD 1.29
Chariots of Fire (Theme) John Williams 3:38 USD 1.29
The Olympic Spirit John Williams 4:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For Summon the Heroes By Artist John Williams

  • Fire crackling

    By Two gluon
    If you have good headphones, you can hear fire crackling during the trumpet solo in Summon the Heroes!
  • Perfect

    By Mesocyclone
    For any fan of John Williams or the 1996 Olympics, this is a must have. Who can forget what Kerri Strug did!? That vault is permanently burned into my memory. For me, this is what this music is all about.

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