first place in our hearts go to the (sadly still unreleased) gorgeous music for
We first became aware of it when we were living in Buffalo (circa 1992) and would venture over to The Falls, where we came upon this theatre (8 years later, we were honored to become friends with an Italian couple from the Old Country who own a motel literally a block in back to the right of the Dome).
Mr. Conti’s expressive versatility is given a splendid showcase within these captivating 40 minutes, encompassing the majesty,
and (real-life) thrills that makes The Falls the contemporary Wonder of the World it is.
We were so enraptured by what the composer conjured up we finally just recorded the durn thing on a cassette we hadda be satisfied with for years until the recent release of the film on
(Warning: the synch's a bit off on this clip, but you can still snatch a small atmospheric smattering of the music).
Granted, it’s hardly the same as seeing it on that humongous IMAX screen
but the impressive impact of Mr. Conti’s evocations lose none of their memorable luster.