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Soundtracks
  • Performer:
    Hans Zimmer
  • Title:
    The Prince of Egypt
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Soundtracks
  • Date of release:
    November 17, 1998
  • Duration:
    01:16:00
  • Recording location:
    Air Studios, London, England
  • Size FLAC version
    1935 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1748 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1716 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    963
  • Formats:
    AAC TTA APE WMA MPC ASF

The official soundtrack for The Prince of Egypt was released on November 17, 1998. It features songs and scoring from the film, as well as songs not used in the film. The album peaked at No. 1 on Billboard magazine's Top Contemporary Christian chart, and No. 25 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Album · 1998 · 19 Songs. The Prince of Egypt (When You Believe). Mariah Carey & Whitney Houston. 2. Deliver Us. Ofra Haza & Eden Riegel.

Producer – Hans Zimmer. Stephen Schwartz, Hans Zimmer - Le Prince D'Egypte (The Prince Of Egypt) ‎(CD, Album).

Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -13- The King of the Pride Rock fro. 2:50. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -12. :00. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -10. :07. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -11. :06. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -05. :52. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 1) -14. :43. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 1) -16. Hans Zimmer – Prince Of Egypt (Complete Score Cd 2) -13. :58

The official soundtrack for The Prince of Egypt was released on November 17, 1998, and featured songs from the movie, as well as songs not used in the film. These other albums contained music that was not featured in the movie but rather inspired by the Biblical story of Exodus. The album also spawned a pair of hit singles

How confident was DreamWorks about the success of their animated Bible epic The Prince of Egypt? So confident that they decided to simultaneously release three soundtracks for the film, each targeted at a different audience. It was an audacious move, since there were few songs in the film - which means that not only did "the official soundtrack" feature only a handful of tunes from the movie, but there were two companion records that had nothing to do whatsoever with the actual picture, other than existing as tributes

The Prince Of Egypt Trailer Music (1:46) Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams. Create Topic The film version with the Zimmer-ified "Deliver Us" theme, or the version from the expanded album that uses the "Egypt" theme? I love both, personally. Zimmer outdid himself with this segment particularly. The Prince of Egypt is a truly underrated score. Replies: 4 2016-07-06 01:47:52.

Hans Florian Zimmer (German pronunciation: ; born 12 September 1957) is a German film composer and music producer.

The album combines elements from the score composed by Hans Zimmer and film songs by Stephen Schwartz. The songs were either voiced over by professional singers (such as Salisbury Cathedral Choir), or sung by the film's voice actors, such as Michelle Pfeiffer and Ofra Haza. Various tracks by contemporary artists such as K-Ci & JoJo and Boyz II Men were added, including the Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston duet "When You Believe", a Babyface rewrite of the original Stephen Schwartz composition, sung by Michelle Pfeiffer and Sally Dworsky in the film. The Prince of Egypt had its premiere at the UCLA's Royal Hall on December 16, 1998, with its wide release occurring two days later. Despite being the inaugural production by DreamWorks Animation, it wound up the second to get a theatrical release, as Antz was rushed to theaters in September.

Credits

Beth Andersen - Vocals (Background)
Jessica Andrews - Primary Artist
Slamm Andrews - Pre-Production Engineer
AnnMarie - Vocals (Background)
Collin Applaton - Music Preparation
Babyface - Producer
George Ball - Vocals (Background)
Sariel Beckenstein - Vocals (Background)
Rory Bennett - Producer
Keith Bernardo - Vocals (Background)
Clint Black - Primary Artist
Boy Choristers of Salisbury Cathedral - Choir/Chorus
Boyz II Men - Performer, Primary Artist
Zoe Bright - Vocals (Background)
Mike Brittain - Double Bass
Jheryl Busby - Executive Producer
Buster - Producer
Amick Byram - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Shirley Caesar - Primary Artist
Jesse Campbell - Primary Artist
Mariah Carey - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Carmen Carter - Vocals (Background)
Beth Nielsen Chapman - Primary Artist
Michael Chapman - Bassoon
Alvin Chea - Vocals (Background)
Kay Cole - Vocals (Background)
Michael Cole - Vocals (Background)
Craig Copeland - Vocals (Background)
Bill Damaschke - Vocals (Background)
Bob Daspit - Synthesizer
Tonia Davall - Orchestra Contractor, Vocal Contractor
Marcy Dicterow-Vaj - Orchestra
Kevin Dorsey - Vocals (Background)
Sally Dworsky - Performer, Primary Artist
Richard Edwards - Trombone
Martin Erskine - Arranger
Gary Falcone - Vocals (Background)
Willy Falk - Vocals (Background)
Ralph Fiennes - Performer, Primary Artist
Elizabeth Finch - Orchestra
Tom Fowler - Orchestra
Kevin Globerman - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Amy Grant - Performer, Primary Artist
Brian Lane Green - Vocals (Background)
Gavin Greenaway - Conductor, Producer
Harry Gregson-Williams - Conductor, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Rupert Gregson-Williams - Conductor
Evelyn Halus - Vocal Coach
Scottie Haskell - Vocals (Background)
Ofra Haza - Performer, Primary Artist
Whitney Houston - Performer, Primary Artist
Janice Hughes - Vocals (Background)
Phillip Ingram - Vocals (Background)
Jake Jackson - Assistant Engineer
Jimmy Jam - Producer
Angie Jaree - Vocals (Background)
Rev. Andrew Johnson - Vocals
K-Ci & JoJo - Performer, Primary Artist
Avi Kipper - Engineer
Darryl Leonard - Orchestra
Terry Lewis - Producer
Andrew Lippa - Vocal Arrangement, Vocals (Background)
Steve Lively - Vocals (Background)
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Erik Lundborg - Orchestra
Chrisopher Marquette - Vocals
Steve Martin - Performer, Primary Artist
Ladd McIntosh - Orchestra
Alan Meyerson - Engineer, Mixing
Brian Stokes Mitchell - Performer, Primary Artist
Richard Morgan - Oboe
Yvonne S. Moriarty - Orchestra
Maurice Murphy - Trumpet
Michael Omartian - Producer
Walter O'Neil - Vocals (Background)
Michael Ostin - Executive Producer
Bobbi Page - Vocals (Background)
Hugh Panaro - Vocals (Background)
Wilbur Pauley - Vocals (Background)
Diane Pennington - Vocals (Background)
Michelle Pfeiffer - Performer, Primary Artist
Joe Pizzulo - Vocals (Background)
Anthony Pleeth - Cello
John Powell - Producer
Louis Price - Vocals (Background)
Eden Riegel - Performer, Primary Artist
George Robertson - Viola
Maggie Rodford - Music Coordinator
Jeff Rona - Woodwind
Peter Samuel - Vocals (Background)
Rodney Saulsberry - Vocals (Background)
Marla Schaffel - Vocals (Background)
Scott Schwartz - Vocals (Background)
Stephen Schwartz - Composer
Hugh Seenan - French Horn
Shavoni - Producer
Linda Dee Shayne - Performer, Primary Artist
Martin Short - Performer, Primary Artist
Gregg W. Silk - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Adam Smalley - Score Producer, Supervising Music Editor
Jack Smalley - Orchestra
Jonathan Snowden - Flute
Tony Stanton - Music Preparation
Gary Stockdale - Vocals (Background)
Justin Timsit - Vocals
George Wall - Tuba
Lenny Waronker - Executive Producer
Diane Warren - Composer
Mervyn Warren - Vocals (Background)
Derek Watkins - Trumpet
Stephen Wick - Cimbasso, Tuba
Yvonne Williams - Vocals (Background)
Nick Wollage - Assistant Engineer
Terry Wood - Vocals (Background)
Gavyn Wright - Concert Master
Hans Zimmer - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Score Producer
Stephen Zinnato - Vocals (Background)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Prince of Egypt (When You Believe) Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Mariah Carey / Whitney Houston 5:04
2 Deliver Us Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Ofra Haza / Eden Riegel 7:15
3 The Reprimand Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 4:05
4 Following Tzipporah Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 1:00
5 All I Ever Wanted (With Queen's Reprise) Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Amick Byram / Linda Dee Shayne 2:51
6 Goodbye Brother Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Ofra Haza 5:33
7 Through Heaven's Eyes Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Brian Stokes Mitchell 3:41
8 The Burning Bush Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 7:17
9 Playing with the Big Boys Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Steve Martin / Martin Short 2:52
10 Cry Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Ofra Haza 3:50
11 Rally Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 0:42
12 The Plagues Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Amick Byram / Ralph Fiennes 2:40
13 Death of the First Born Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 1:07
14 When You Believe Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Sally Dworsky / Michelle Pfeiffer 4:55
15 Red Sea Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer 5:14
16 Through Heaven's Eyes Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: K-Ci & JoJo 5:05
17 River Lullaby Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Amy Grant 3:57
18 Humanity Stephen Schwartz / Hans Zimmer Hans Zimmer feat: Jessica Andrews / Clint Black / Shirley Caesar / Jesse Campbell / Beth Nielsen Chapman / Boyz II Men 4:32
19 I Will Get There Stephen Schwartz / Diane Warren Hans Zimmer feat: Boyz II Men 4:20

Cia
The original soundtrack to the movie Prince of Egypt is breathtaking and powerful. The music communicates pain, joy, and splendor in a fantastic, super-effective way that hits the listener hard. "Deliver Us" is an extremely powerful introduction to the film, and sounds great on it's own as well. "All I Ever Wanted" and "Through Heaven's Eyes" are powerful and sound truly amazing; in the movie or by themselves. "The Burning Bush" is one of the most impressive songs on the album, communicating a feeling of pure power and holiness in a breathtaking way. All of the songs in the actual film are incredible; the extra songs are not. The 5 non-movie songs mostly fail, especially when compared to the more powerful originals. The biggest offender would have to be the cover of "Through Heaven's Eyes", which is infinitely inferior to the original. The final verdict: without the 5 extras, the Prince of Egypt soundtrack is nearly flawless. Unfortunately, the extras stink and hurt the album.