|1.||Emma Main Titles||0:58|
|2.||Emma Woodhouse Was Borne||3:32|
|4.||Rescued from the Gypsies||1:27|
|8.||The World Has Left Us Behind||1:41|
|9.||Arrival of Little Knightley||1:02|
|10.||Donwell Dancing Again||3:03|
|13.||Walk of Shame||1:38|
|16.||Frank Is Free||2:34|
|19.||The Last Dance||1:43|
|20.||Lost and Found||1:46|
|21.||Only People We Like||1:31|
|22.||The Ship's Cook||2:25|
|25.||It's Snowing and Heavily||1:37|
|28.||Most Ardently in Love||1:24|
|Total Album Time:||50:59|
When Rachel Portman wrote the score for the theatrical feature film version of Jane Austen's Emma in 1996, it resulted in an Oscar for 'Best Music'. With the arrival of BBC's new television series based on the same Austen classic, the story is blessed with another award-worthy score, this time penned by another talented British composer, Samuel Sim.
His orchestral score for Emma is elegant, witty, romantic, beautiful and delightfully rich in emotion. Sim uses his catchy theme in many different settings throughout the score, and also introduces a number of secondary themes. Beautifully orchestrated primarily for strings, woodwinds, piano and harp, Emma is high quality British television music at its best.
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