Seven Worlds One Planet
Expanded Edition


Silva Screen Records 01/17/2020 CD
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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.Seven Worlds One Planet SuiteHans Zimmer & Jacob Shea 
2.European Macaques 
3.Eurasian Brown Bear 
4.Northern Lights 
5.Mayflies 
6.Battling Musk Ox 
7.Great White Pelicans 
8.Austrian Hamsters 
9.Slovenian Olm 
10.Their Last Refuge 
11.Canadian Lynx 
12.Canadian Black Bears 
13.Fireflies 
14.Tennessee River Chub 
15.Badger in Prairie Dog Town 
16.Polar Bears 
17.Survival 
18.The House Of Gods (Angel Falls) 
19.Cotton-Top Tamarins 
20.South American Puma 
21.Guanaco Hunt 
22.Great Dusky Swifts 
# Track   Duration
1.Weddell Seals 
2.Gentoo and Leopard Seal 
3.Albatross Facing Extinction 
4.Gentoo and Orca 
5.Humpback Whales 
6.South Georgia Whaling Station 
7.The Nudibranch 
8.Southern Right Whales 
9.Saradas 
10.Snowmen of the Mountains 
11.The Golden Snub Nosed Monkeys 
12.Australian Cassowary 
13.Prehistoric Predators 
14.Kangaroos and Dingoes 
15.Garden of Eden (Africa) 
16.A Monumental Feat 
17.The Brown Hyena Of Namibia 
18.Cheetahs Of Kenya 
19.Conservation 
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Seven Worlds One Planet (Expanded)

Silva Screen Records presents a new soundtrack album for the BBC documentary Earth natural history series Seven Worlds One Planet series.

Silva Screen Records presents a new soundtrack album for the BBC documentary Earth natural history series Seven Worlds One Planet series.

This Expanded Edition soundtrack contains the music by Hans Zimmer and Jacob Shea who have composed the main theme, and Jacob Shea for the original score for Bleeding Fingers Music.

The soundtrack is available digitaly and on double Cd January 17, 2020

Seven Worlds One Planet is presented by Sir David Attenborough.
Revealing the extraordinary wildlife stories and unseen wilderness of our seven unique continents...

“Cameras took us intimately close to the animals, then pulled overhead for drone shots, then even further to satellites showing the Earth’s curvature. They took us into the air and under the sea, soaring and sweeping, accompanied by Hans Zimmer’s suitably epic score and Attenborough’s whispery narration – a sound which has become as reassuringly familiar as our own breathing.” – The Telegraph


More info at: Official website BBC





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