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Media (Audio)





TV themes

American Gladiators Theme
Good Morning America Theme
Prime Time Live Theme (1989-1998)
Turning Point Theme

TV series

American Tragedy

End Credits

Cagney & Lacey Theme
Cagney & Lacey Theme (Long Version)
The Colbys Theme
Dynasty Theme
Dynasty Theme (Long Version)
Falcon Crest Theme
Falcon Crest Theme (Extended Version)
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous
Napoleon and Josephine Theme
North and South Theme

Film/Videogame music

Avenging Angelo

Main Title
End Title

Coast to Coast

Main Titles


G (complete score)

Godfather, The (VG)

Menu Track
Load Game Track
Game Track 1
Game Track 2
Game Track 3
Game Track 4
Game Track 5


Main Title
End Title
All Roads Lead To You
(music: Bill Conti, lyrics: Paul Williams, performed: Mark Campbell)


End Title

Niagara: Miracles, Myths and Magic

End Credits

Necessary Roughness

Main Title


RevoLOUtion theme

Note: Theme isn't complete, its only preview

ROCKY SAGA - Film versions of Gona Fly Now

Gonna Fly Now from ROCKY (film version)
Gonna Fly Now from ROCKY II (film version) light SFX
Gonna Fly Now from ROCKY III (film version) some SFX
Gonna Fly Now from ROCKY BALBOA (film version)

Rocky V

Finall Battle (Street Fight)


End Credits


song "Rise Up With Pride for Washington"

"Rise Up With Pride for Washington" (instrumental)

Bill Conti scored the music for "Rise Up With Pride for Washington," the grand prize winner in the UW's "Song of Washington" lyrics contest. The Husky band will play the song publicly for the first time at the Nov. 8 Arizona State football game. On the University of Washington website you can heart version with vocalist.

song "The Mighty Bruins"
The Mighty Bruins

To commemorate its 50th anniversary, the UCLA Alumni Association commissioned a new fight song. After a contest soliciting lyrics from students and alumni, composer Bill Conti chose the winning lyrics (from Barbara Lamb and Don Holley) and wrote the music to "Mighty Bruins" (lyrics). The song made its public debut in fall 1984 at the Stanford football game, with Conti conducting the UCLA Marching Band.

Note: Song isn't completly and he has impaired sound quality.