Elmer Bernstein originally scored this, and his music was rejected. James Horner's stuck, but was never released commercially. I wonder why we can't get this music out on the shelves - it's so jaw-droppingly gorgeous! (Just pay attention to the layering of strings during the climactic sequence where Natty Gann and her father are reunited. Part of this cue was actually re-used for an earlier sequence of LAND BEFORE TIME). Would also love to hear what Bernstein would have done with it. Relatively few Horner scores remain unavailable (in or out of print), and Disney's holding back three of the best - GANN, SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES, and HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS. Why?