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The Manchurian Candidate (1962) Poster

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The Washington Post
(1889) (uncredited)
Music by John Philip Sousa
Played by a band in the first scene after the opening credits
Overture
Music by David Amram and Irving Berlin
Manny Klein trumpet soloist
The Twelve Days of Christmas
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by unidentified female soloist
Played on a radio in Raymond Shaw's apartment
Some Soul from Seoul
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
The Star-Spangled Banner
(1814) (uncredited)
Music based on "The Anacreontic Song" by John Stafford Smith
Lyrics by Francis Scott Key
Sung by Marquita Moll at the convention
Theme from the Manchurian Candiate
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Manny Klein trumpet soloist
Queen of Diamonds
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Cantina Latina, Korea 1952
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Louis Blackburn, trombone; Harold Land, tenor sax; Jack Nimitez, baratone saxophone; Paul Horn, flutist; Manny Klein, trumpet; David Amram, French horn.
Politicians on Parade
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Unrequited Love
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Slightly Manchurian Blues
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Dare to Dream
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Long Road to the White House
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Return of a Hero
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Home Again, 1952
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Theme from the Manchurian Candidate (Jazz Version)
(uncredited)
Music composed and conducted by David Amram
Louis Blackburn, trombone; Harold Land, tenor sax; Jack Nimitez, baratone saxophone; Paul Horn, flutist; Manny Klein, trumpet; Vince De Rosa, French horn.

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