Gone with the Wind Soundtrack (1939) OST


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    Gone with the wind (1939) Soundtrack

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    AKA spanish:

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    Autant en emporte le vent

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    Vom Winde verweht

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    Via col vento

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Listen Gone with the Wind (1939) Soundtrack

Gone with the Wind was released in the year 1939, some songs of the official soundtrack are (I Wish I Was in) Dixie's Land by Daniel Decatur Emmett, (Unspecified Cue) by Franz Waxman, Battle Hymn of the Republic by William Steffe, Beautiful Dreamer by Stephen Foster. Listen the soundtrack online!

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(i wish i was in) dixie's land

  

(unspecified cue)

Franz Waxman: performer
  

Battle hymn of the republic

William Steffe: composer
  

Beautiful dreamer

Stephen Foster: composer
  

Ben bolt (oh don't you remember)

Vivien Leigh: performer
Thomas Dunn English: performer
Nelson Kneass: composer
  

Bridal chorus (here comes the bride)

Richard Wagner: writer
  

Dolly day

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Hark! the herald angels sing

  

Jeanie with the light brown hair

Stephen Foster: composer
  

Katie belle

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Lou'siana belle

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Marching through georgia

Henry Clay Work: writer
  

Massa's in de cold ground

Stephen Foster: writer
  

My old kentucky home

Butterfly McQueen: performer
Stephen Foster: composer
  

Ring de banjo

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Selznick international theme

Alfred Newman: writer
  

Stars of the summer night

  

Sweet and low

Joseph Barnby: composer
  

Taps

  

The bonnie blue flag

Harry McCarthy: writer
  

The old folks at home (swanee river)

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Tramp! tramp! tramp! (the boys are marching)

  

Under the willow she's sleeping

Stephen Foster: writer
  

Weeping, sad and lonely (when this cruel war is over)

Henry Tucker: composer
  

When johnny comes marching home

Louis Lambert: writer

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