|1.||Stanley And Iris||3:26|
|3.||The Pink Sweater||1:07|
|4.||Iris After Work||0:40|
|5.||Stanley At Work||1:33|
|6.||Looking After Papa||3:05|
|7.||Entering The Library||1:07|
|10.||Naming The Trees||3:37|
|11.||Finding A Family||1:42|
|12.||Lost In The Streets||2:56|
|14.||The Kitchen Table||1:06|
|15.||Seeing The Baby||1:15|
|18.||Putting It All Together||1:47|
|21.||Stanley And Iris (Film Version)||3:24|
|22.||Stanley At Work (Film Version)||1:29|
|23.||Looking After Papa (Film Version)||3:11|
|24.||Stanley's Invention (Film Version)||1:18|
|25.||Putting It All Together (Film Version)||1:49|
|26.||Letters (Film Version)||4:00|
|27.||PETE 'N' TILLIE: Pete 'n' Tillie — Main Title||1:57|
|35.||End Title and End Cast||3:49|
|Total Album Time:||76:10|
From the Manufacturer
Stanley & Iris is one of John Williams' most delicate and beautiful film scores. Piano, flute and strings show the maestro at his very best here, with gentle and loving melodies for the film's characters played by Robert DeNiro and Jane Fonda.
John Williams turned 85 in February and he has now been scoring films and television for 60 years. We couldn't be happier about celebrating such a milestone birthday with a new Deluxe Edition of this very special score.
Adding to the celebration, we took things even further. In 1972 John composed another beautiful score for Martin's Ritt's Pete 'N' Tillie, which starred Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett in another poignant relationship drama. In this case, however, there was never a soundtrack album released, so this new CD marks the world premiere release of John Williams' score. This comes from the year of The Poseidon Adventure, The Cowboys and Images. Pete 'N' Tillie is not a long score, but at nearly 20:00 of never-before-released John Williams, this is a major discovery and release. The Deluxe Edition was produced by Robert Townson and Michael Matessino.
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