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Other Works

  • The song "No One Like You" on the Sarah Brightman CD "Timeless" (Track 1) is a vocal version of the "Theme from Powder" (1995) with lyrics by David Zippel.
  • (1995) Composed trailer music for Judge Dredd. Goldsmith was originally set to score the whole film, but had to drop out after completing the trailer music.
  • Composed fanfare for the Academy Awards ceremony.
  • Unused score: The Public Eye (1992).
  • Works for the concert stage:
  • Cantata, "Christus Apollo" (1969), text by Ray Bradbury.
  • "Music for Orchestra" (1972).
  • In Sarah Brightman's music CD "Time to Say Goodbye", one song (second track) is composed by Jerry Goldsmith.
  • Advertising medium for Time to Say Goodbye? (1997).
  • (1996) Unused score: 2 Days in the Valley. In June, 2012, Intrada Records release Goldsmith's score on a limited edition run on CD (the replacement score was not included).
  • Piece written for the Concert Stage: "Fireworks" (1999).
  • (2003) Unused score: Timeline. Varese Sarabande Records released a CD containing most of what he recorded.
  • Unused score: Wall Street (1987).
  • TV commercial for Kellogg's Fruit Harvest cereal (main theme from The Waltons (1971)) (2003).
  • Composed logo fanfares to: C2 Pictures, Carolco Pictures, Cinergi Films (for M.F. Kassar & A.G. Vajna) and also for Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. Home Video.
  • In 1957, he wrote the music for an unsold television pilot for a police series set in San Diego called, "The Sergeant and the Lady" that starred Jack Lord and Peggie Castle. Some of the musical cues he created where used in the "Twilight Zone" (1959) series episode 'A Game of Pool'.
  • (2001) Unused score: Domestic Disturbance. After recording about three quarters of his score, it was rejected.

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