Behind Enemy Lines (2001)

Behind Enemy Lines (2001)

> Main Title (Ustao)
> Jet Smash
> Off Mission
> Burnett on the Run
> Field of Death
> Reigart Reminiscence
> Wire Worry
> Body of Burnett
> Airborne Rescue Brigade
> Ustao (Risen)

Behind Enemy Lines

Year: 2001
Directed by: John Moore
Produced by: John Davis
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Starring: Owen Wilson, Gene Hackman, Joaquim de Almeida, David Keith, Olek Krupa

Music composed and conducted by Don Davis
"Ustao" text by John Moore
Orchestration by Erik Lundborg
Orchestra recorded and mixed by Armin Steiner
Recorded at the Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century-Fox Studios
Synthesizers mixed by Larry Mah at Hacienda Studio
Synthesizers sequenced by Don Davis
Orchestra contracted by David Sherr
Concertmaster: Stuart Canin
Hollywood Film Chorale contracted by Sally Stevens
Music Preparation: Sheldon Music Service
Music Editors: Brian Bulman and Joe Lisanti
Assistant Music Editors: Melissa Deanne Ferguson and Brenda Heins
Solo Trumpet: Malcolm McNab
Solo French Horn: Joseph Meyer
Acoustic and Electric Drums: J.R. Robinson
Technical engineer: Bill Talbot
Orchestral scoring recordist: John Rodd
Scoring crew: Damon Tedesco and Tom Steel
Mastered by Larry Mah at Hacienda Studio


"The scoring by Don Davis, from percussive discord to the mournful hymnlike dirge that opens the film with an echo of the Estonian maestro Arvo Part, charges the film's texture with dynamism and pathos." - Malcolm Johnson, The Hartford Courant

"With alternately luscious and gritty cinematography by Brendan Galvin, and a marvelously innovative, at times even eerie, music score by Don Davis, 'Behind Enemy Lines' is a crackerjack thriller." - Dustin Putman,