Original music: Addax Music Co,. Inc. (ASCAP) except: Tracks A1, A2, A. -3, A. -2, A. -2, B., B3, and B. contain "Theme from Star Trek TV Series": Bruin Music Company (BMI) Tracks A1 and B1 contain "Theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture": Ensign Music Corporation (BMI). Tracks A., B. written and recorded for, but not contained in, episode.
Star Trek: The Next Generation-Vol (3-CD SET) Original Soundtrack Recordings. Dennis McCarthy has, as stated in the linear notes of this album, written more music for the Star Trek franchise than any other composer by a wide margin. Star Trek has always featured strong orchestral scores and against all odds (and producer Rick Berman's wishes) McCarthy wrote some pretty great sci-fi action material here. This album features the complete scores to the Next Generation episodes "Encounter at Farpoint" and "The Arsenal of Freedom", the former being the double length pilot. While the music for Encounter at Farpoint was released a while back, the music to Arsenal of Freedom is something I've wanted for years and it's really an incredible soundtrack. One of the better season 1 scores.
Encounter at Farpoint" is the pilot episode and series premiere of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, which premiered in syndication on September 28, 1987. It was written by D. C. Fontana and Gene Roddenberry and directed by Corey Allen. Roddenberry was the creator of Star Trek, and Fontana was a writer on the original series. It was originally aired as a 90-minute special, and subsequent reruns typically split the episode into two parts.
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Album · 2002 · 15 Songs. Dennis McCarthy & Orchestra. 3. Klingon Chase - Shotgunned. 4. Enterprise First Flight. 6. Morph-O-Mama, Suli-Nabbed. Star Trek: The Next Generation: Encounter At Farpoint (Original TV Soundtrack).
Released by GNP Crescendo in 2014 (GNPD 8084) containing music from Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). Conducted by Dennis McCarthy. Format: CD. Music From. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). Music By. Alexander Courage. Rate This Soundtrack. ENCOUNTER AT FARPOINT (BONUS TRACKS): Picard's Theme. 27. MFX53 (synth drone). 28. M15 (unused sting), M16 (unused sting).
Right off the bat, you are hit with familiar music, but not quite as familiar as you might think. Many believe that the opening theme to Star Trek: The Next Generation is the same piece as the theme to Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It is actually a new composition that draws heavily on both Jerry Goldsmith's score for that film and on Alexander Courage's original Star Trek theme music. It lends a nice familiarity to a mostly new environment.
Encounter at Farpoint. Original Television Soundtrack. Personal Log, Admiral, Old Lovers 2:24. Splashing , The Woods/Memories 2:45. Scanned, Big Guns, Unknown 3:04. Revealed, Reaching Out 4:39. Contains Theme from Star Trek TV Series - composed by Alexander Courage, Bruin Music Company (BMI). Contains Theme from Star Trek: The Motion Picture - composed by Jerry Goldsmith, Ensign Music Corporation (BMI). NOTE: The liner notes and CD itself list 'Departure' and 'Main Title as one track, when they are in fact two seperate tracks. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Encounter at Farpoint. Dennis McCarthy, Jerry Goldsmith. 1. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Main Title.
Title: Encounter at Farpoint (26 Sep 1987). On their maiden voyage, to Farpoint space station, on the primitive Bandi planet, they come under the apparently inescapable control of alien Q, representative of a technologically superior civilization. He calls humanity backward savages, but accepts to put them to the test at the station. Bandi leader Zorn offers full use of the apparently adequate facilities, but no answers to the key questions, how the station was built, and what agonized feelings Troi is picking up. Written by KGF Vissers.