Nature documentaries are a rich source of images of the world around us. They allow us to view our earth from space, fly through the Grand Canyon, visit dense jungles, and observe the lives of tiny insects. They can also provide some wonderful music, helping us feel the majesty and wonder of nature.
David Garland presents soundtracks by Ernst Reijseger for Werner Herzog, Elmer Bernstein for “National Geographic,” Michael Whalen for “Nature,” Bruno Coulais for “Microcosmos” and more.
Jerome Morross - Grizzly! - Introduction and Main Title, Careful Observation/Radio Tracking/Building Families - Intrada
Ernst Reijseger - Requiem For A Dying Planet (combines the scores for "The Wild Blue Yonder" and "The White Diamond") - Sanctus - Winter & Winter
Bruno Coulais - Oceans - A L'Aventure - Columbia
Bruno Coulais - Microcosmos - Carnivorous Plant, Night - Travelling
Lalo Schifrin - The Hellstrom Chronicle - Metamorphosis - Aleph Records
Elmer Bernstein - Yankee Sails Across Europe - Open Seas/Challenges of the Rhone, Opening Montage and Main Title - Intrada
Leonard Rosenman - Dr. Leakey & The Dawn of Man - Descending into the Past, African Wildlife - Intrada
Michael Whalen - Phantom of the Forest - The Feather, Life In the Nest - Narada Cinema
Michael Whalen - The Shape Of Life - The Sea Cucumber - Alchemy Records
Ernest Gold - The Last Vikings - Modern Vikings - Intrada