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ReleasedNovember 18, 1997
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Singles from Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture
  1. "My Heart Will Go On"
    Released: December 8, 1997
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Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture is the soundtrack to the film of the same name composed, orchestrated and conducted by James Horner. The soundtrack was released by Sony Classical/Sony Music Soundtrax on November 18, 1997. [1]

<i>Titanic</i> (1997 film) 1997 American romantic disaster film directed by James Cameron

Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance and disaster film directed, written, co-produced, and co-edited by James Cameron. A fictionalized account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage.

James Horner Film composer and conductor

James Roy Horner was an American composer, conductor and orchestrator of film scores, writing over 100. He was known for the integration of choral and electronic elements, and for his frequent use of motifs associated with Celtic music.


Riding the wave of the film's immense success, the soundtrack shot to the top of the charts in nearly two-dozen territories, [2] selling over 30 million copies, making it one of the top 100 best-selling albums in the United States. [3] It is one of the best-selling albums of all time, and the highest-selling primarily orchestral soundtrack ever. [4]

In 2012, the album, along with its successor Back to Titanic (1998), was re-issued as part of the Collector's Anniversary Edition set for the 3D re-release of the film. In 2017, La-La Land Records released the 20th Anniversary Edition in a limited edition 4-disc release.

<i>Back to Titanic</i> 1998 soundtrack album by James Horner

Back to Titanic is the second soundtrack album released for the film, which contains a mixture of previously unreleased recordings and newly recorded performances of the songs in the film.

Album information

Director James Cameron originally intended Enya to compose the music, and in fact put together a rough edit of the film using her music as a temporary soundtrack. [5] After she declined, he approached James Horner. Their relationship was strained after their first collaboration in Aliens , but the soundtrack of Braveheart made Cameron overlook it. Horner composed the soundtrack having in mind Enya's style; Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø performed the wordless vocals on the soundtrack.

James Cameron Canadian film director

James Francis Cameron is a Canadian filmmaker and environmentalist who currently lives in New Zealand and the United States. After working in special effects, he found major success since directing and writing the science fiction action film The Terminator (1984). He then became a popular Hollywood director and was hired to write and direct Aliens (1986); three years later he followed up with The Abyss (1989). He found further critical acclaim for his use of special effects in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). After his film True Lies (1994), Cameron took on his biggest film at the time, Titanic (1997), which earned him Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Film Editing.

Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin ; born 17 May 1961), known professionally as Enya, is an Irish singer, songwriter, record producer and musician. Born into a musical family and raised in the Irish-speaking area of Gweedore in County Donegal, Enya began her music career when she joined her family's Celtic band Clannad in 1980 on keyboards and backing vocals. She left in 1982 with their manager and producer Nicky Ryan to pursue a solo career, with Ryan's wife Roma Ryan as her lyricist. Enya developed her sound over the following four years with multitracked vocals and keyboards with elements of new age, Celtic, classical, church, and folk music. She has sung in ten languages.

<i>Aliens</i> (film) 1986 American science fiction action film directed by James Cameron

Aliens is a 1986 American science fiction action film written and directed by James Cameron, produced by Gale Anne Hurd and starring Sigourney Weaver. It is the sequel to the 1979 film Alien and the second installment in the Alien franchise. The film follows Weaver's character Ellen Ripley as she returns to the moon where her crew encountered the hostile Alien creature, this time accompanied by a unit of space marines. Additional roles are played by Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, Jenette Goldstein, William Hope, Al Matthews, and Bill Paxton.

Horner knew Sissel from the album Innerst i sjelen and he particularly liked how she sang the song Eg Veit I Himmerik Ei Borg ("I Know in Heaven There Is a Castle"). Horner had tried 25 or 30 singers and, in the end, he chose Sissel to sing the wordless tune. [6]

<i>Innerst i sjelen</i> (album) 1994 Sissel Kyrkjebø album

Innerst i sjelen, in the United Kingdom: Deep Within My Soul, is a 1994 album from Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø. It is named for the song "Innerst i sjelen" that Sissel Kyrkjebø sang as initial track in the album, but was originally by Ole Paus and Lars Børke.

Céline Dion, who was no stranger to movie songs in the 1990s, since her contribution to Walt Disney's Beauty and the Beast, sang "My Heart Will Go On", the film's signature song written by James Horner and Will Jennings. At first, Cameron did not want a song sung over the film's ending credits, but Horner disagreed. Without telling Cameron, he went ahead and wrote the song anyway, and recorded Dion singing it. Cameron changed his mind when Horner presented the song to him. "My Heart Will Go On" became a worldwide smash hit, going to the top of the music charts around the world. "My Heart Will Go On" also ended up winning the 1997 Academy Award for Best Original Song as well as the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song in 1998.

Celine Dion Canadian singer

Céline Marie Claudette Dion is a Canadian singer. Born into a large family from Charlemagne, Quebec, she emerged as a teen star in her homeland with a series of French-language albums during the 1980s. She first gained international recognition by winning both the 1982 Yamaha World Popular Song Festival and the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, where she represented Switzerland. After learning to speak English, she signed on to Epic Records in the United States. In 1990, Dion released her debut English-language album, Unison, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in North America and other English-speaking areas of the world.

My Heart Will Go On 1997 single by Céline Dion

"My Heart Will Go On" is a song recorded by Canadian singer Celine Dion. It serves as the main theme song to James Cameron's blockbuster film Titanic, that is based on an account of the British transatlantic ocean liner of the same name which sank in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean. The song's music was composed by James Horner, its lyrics were written by Will Jennings, while the production was handled by Walter Afanasieff, Horner and Simon Franglen.

Wilbur H. "Will" Jennings is an American lyricist, who is popularly known for "Tears in Heaven" by Eric Clapton and "My Heart Will Go On", the theme for the film Titanic. He has been inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame and has won several awards including three Grammy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and two Academy Awards.

Other artists were invited to submit songs for the movie including contemporary Christian artist Michael W. Smith. He mentions in the liner notes to the song "In My Arms Again" from his 1998 album Live the Life; [7] "Inspired and written for the movie Titanic, grateful for the opportunity to send them a song; grateful it landed on this record."

For the choral background of certain tracks, Horner made use of a digital choir instead of a real one; after the orchestral music was recorded, Horner personally performed the synthesized choir over a playback of the recording. [8] [9] The idea behind using electronics, rather than a real choir, stemmed from Horner wanting to avoid a 'church'-like sound. [10]

Principal leitmotifs

(Hymn to the Sea) This recurring theme is usually associated with the tragic elements of Titanic.
(Southampton) This rapturous, cheerful theme is associated with the joyous elements of Titanic.
(Rose) This romantic cue is associated with the love story. It's a recurring theme in the film.
(Hard to Starboard) The short, ominous cue associated with the iceberg.

Throughout the film, the composer created themes for particular characters, events, locations, and ideas. [11]

Commercial performance

Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture became the highest-selling primarily orchestral film score in history, with worldwide sales surpassing 30 million copies. The success led to the release of a second volume, called Back to Titanic which contained a mixture of previously unreleased soundtrack recordings and newly recorded performances of some of the songs in the film, including one track recorded by Clannad (of which Enya is an ex-member) singer, Máire Brennan. Back to Titanic was certified platinum by the RIAA. [12]

The soundtrack quickly moved up the US Billboard 200, going from number eleven to number one on the chart in January 1998, keeping Shania Twain's Come On Over and Madonna's Ray of Light from reaching the top spot. It would remain at the top for sixteen straight weeks until it was replaced by the Dave Matthews Band album Before These Crowded Streets . No album since has spent at least ten consecutive weeks at number-one. The soundtrack has been certified 11× Platinum for 11 million copies shipped in the United States, [13] becoming the best-selling album of 1998, and the fastest-certified soundtrack album ever. [14] [15]

The soundtrack also hit number-one in at least 14 other countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. The soundtrack was certified 5× Platinum by the ARIA in Australia for 350,000 copies shipped. [16] It was certified 3× Platinum in the United Kingdom for over 900,000 copies shipped; [17] and was certified diamond by the CRIA in Canada for 1 million copies shipped. [18] The soundtrack is the best-selling non-Chinese CD album in both Taiwan and China, selling 1.1 million copies in the former and 1 million copies in the latter.

Track listing

Standard edition

All music composed by James Horner, "My Heart Will Go On" lyrics written by Will Jennings.

Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture
1."Never an Absolution"3:03
2."Distant Memories"2:23
5."Leaving Port"3:26
6."Take Her to Sea, Mr. Murdoch"4:31
7."Hard to Starboard"6:52
8."Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave"3:56
9."The Sinking"5:05
10."Death of Titanic"8:26
11."A Promise Kept"6:02
12."A Life So Changed"2:13
13."An Ocean of Memories"7:57
14."My Heart Will Go On" (Lyric by Will Jennings, vocals by Céline Dion, produced by James Horner, Walter Afanasieff, and Simon Franglen)5:11
15."Hymn to the Sea"6:26

Two Disc Anniversary Edition

All tracks written by James Horner, "My Heart Will Go On" lyrics written by Will Jennings.

All tracks performed by I Salonisti. Each tracks written by various composers as noted.

Four Disc Anniversary Edition

All music composed by James Horner, "My Heart Will Go On" lyrics written by Will Jennings.

All music composed by James Horner, except where noted.

All tracks performed by I Salonisti. Each tracks written by various composers as noted.

Each tracks performed by various artists as noted.

20th Anniversary Edition

All music composed by James Horner, except where noted.

All music composed by James Horner.

All music composed by James Horner.

Tracks performed by various artists as noted. Each tracks written by various composers as noted.


Sales and certifications

RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Argentina (CAPIF) [42] Platinum60,000^
Australia (ARIA) [43] 5× Platinum350,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria) [44] 2× Platinum100,000*
Belgium (BEA) [45] 3× Platinum150,000*
Canada (Music Canada) [46] Diamond1,000,000^
China1,000,000 [47]
Finland (Musiikkituottajat) [48] Platinum73,509 [48]
France (SNEP) [49] Diamond1,726,800 [50]
Germany (BVMI) [51] 5× Gold1,250,000^
Hong Kong (IFPI Hong Kong) [52] Platinum20,000*
Japan (RIAJ) [53] Million1,410,000 [54]
Netherlands (NVPI) [55] 7× Platinum700,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ) [56] Platinum15,000^
Norway (IFPI Norway) [57] 2× Platinum100,000*
Philippines230,000 [58]
Poland (ZPAV) [59] 7× Platinum700,000*
Sweden (GLF) [60] 2× Platinum160,000^
Spain (PROMUSICAE) [61] 4× Platinum400,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland) [62] 4× Platinum200,000^
Taiwan (RIT) [63] 21× Platinum1,050,000*
United Kingdom (BPI) [64] 3× Platinum1,002,000 [65]
United States (RIAA) [66] Diamond10,200,000 [67]
Europe (IFPI) [68] 5× Platinum5,000,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

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