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The Immigrant (2013) Poster

(2013)

Soundtracks

Soundtrack Credits 

Buffalo Girls
Traditional
Performed by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra
Arranged by Morrie Morrison
Courtesy of Fervor Records Vintage Masters
A Rag Time Episode
Performed by Fred Van Eps
Courtesy of RCA Records Label
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
La Rondine - Act III
Written by Giacomo Puccini
Accordion Polka
Written by Dory Bavarsky
Performed by Josh Winget
Sing That Melody
Written by Keith Nichols
Courtesy of APM Music
Funeral Canticle
Written by John Tavener and Mother Thekla
Performed by George Mosley, Paul Goodwin and The Academy of Ancient Music
Courtesy of Harmonia Mundi USA
By Arrangement with Source/Q
[Text by Mother Thekla and from the 'Orthodox Funeral Service']
La Rondine - Act III
Written by Giacomo Puccini
Performed by Joseph Calleja
Joseph Calleja Appears Courtesy of Decca Classics
Old Folks at Home
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra
Arranged by Morrie Morrison
Courtesy of Fervor Records Vintage Masters
The Gypsy in Me
Written by Ken Morrison
Performed by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation
The Voyage of The Nancy Lee
Written by H.O. Morrison
Performed by The Morrie Morrison Orchestra
Courtesy of Fervor Records Vintage Masters
Ma Mere L'Oye
Written by Maurice Ravel
Il Trovatore
Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Performed by Thomas Schippers, Franco Corelli, Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera, Roma, Gabriella Tucci, Robert Merrill, Luciana Moneta, Angelo Mercuriali, Mario Rainaudo and Orchestra e Coro del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma
Courtesy of EMI Classic
Under License from EMI Film & Tevelsion Music
Jazz Piano Rag
Written by Richard Geere
Performed by Richard Geere
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation
La Fanciulla Del West
Written by Guelfo Civinini, Giacomo Puccini and Carlo Zangarini
Ta Ra Ra Boom De Ay
Written by Henry J. Sayers
Performed by Bruno's stage women while practicing a rehearsal
Camptown Races
Written by Stephen Foster
Played in the theatre after Bruno's women of the world show
The Stars and Stripes Forever
Written by John Philip Sousa
Played during Bruno's women of the world show

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