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Strictly Ballroom (soundtrack)

Strictly Ballroom
Soundtrack album by David Hirschfelder
Released 1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Strictly Ballroom is the original soundtrack of the 1992 Golden Globe-nominated film Strictly Ballroom starring Paul Mercurio, Tara Morice, Barry Otto and Pat Thomson. The original score was composed by David Hirschfelder.

The album won the BAFTA Award for Best Original Film Score.

Track listing

  1. "Love Is In The Air" (Ballroom Mix) performed by John Paul Young
  2. "Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps" (Quizas Quizas Quizas) performed by Doris Day
  3. "La Cumparsita/Tango Please" (Medley) performed by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra
  4. "Tequila/Sinful Samba" (Medley) performed by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra
  5. "Rhumba de Burros" performed by Ignatius Jones
  6. "Doug's Tearful Waltz/First Kiss" performed by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra
  7. "Time After Time" performed by Mark Williams & Tara Morice
  8. "Standing in the Rain/Scott's Sinful Solo" (Medley) performed by John Paul Young/David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra
  9. "Yesterday's Hero" performed by Ignatius Jones
  10. "The Blue Danube" performed by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra
  11. "Scott & Fran's Paso Doble" performed by David Hirschfelder & The Bogo Pogo Orchestra


References

  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/r119701
Awards
Preceded by
Cyrano de Bergerac
BAFTA Award for Best Original Film Score
1992
Succeeded by
Best Score
Schindler's List
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