One of the film favorites for many people is Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Its story, action, and acting are all held in wide regard not just by fans, but by other members of the film industry. The music of The Wrath of Khan plays no small part in its success, and the man who created that music is none other than James Horner. In this episode of Melodic Treks we delve into the man behind the score, how he came to work on the project, his music history, and some of the other projects he has undertaken.
Running Time: 33 minutes 50 seconds
James Horner Education (2:32)
Movie Composition and Projects (4:01)
Kirk and Khan's Theme (7:30)
Horner's Brief (10:30)
The Battle of the Mutura Nebula (16:00)
Horner Trivia (19:15)
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