B1. –Elmer Bernstein. B2. Freedom School Parade. B3. B4. Billy And Jean Reunion. B5. B6. Freedom School Massacre.
Elmer Bernstein's music has some stylistic similarities to Copland's music, most notably in his western scores, particularly sections of Big Jake, in the Gregory Peck film Amazing Grace and Chuck, and in his spirited score for the 1958 film adaptation of Erskine Caldwell's novel God's Little Acre . Report to the Commissioner (1975). a b c d Severo, Richard (2004). Elmer Bernstein, a Composer of Scores Capable of Outshining Their Films, Dies at 82", The New York Times, August 20, 2004. Retrieved August 1, 2018.
Chorus - Give Peace A Chance (03:22). Original music composed and conducted by Elmer Bernstein. Svoundtrack: featuring soundtracks on compact disc, vinyl and cassette.
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On the Web. Interviews, Music, Tributes and Remberances. Concerts around the world. The music of Elmer Bernstein is still being performed live and in concert by orchestras around the world
Elmer Bernstein - Roger Moore in The Miracle 1959 Suite OST part 1. Elmer Bernstein:"Stripes"(1980)-Main Theme. Hoodlum - Prologue (Elmer Bernstein). Ellery Queen (1975) TV series.
Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin) goes to court facing an involuntary manslaughter charge stemming from events in the earlier film. He is found guilty and sentenced to a prison term. Meanwhile, the kids at the Freedom School-an experimental school for runaways and troubled youth on a Native American reservation in Arizona-vow to rebuild the school. Midway through the film, Billy Jack is released from prison and, trying to reconnect with his spiritual beliefs, begins a series of lengthy vision quests. He gets involved in a radical group on the reservation which is trying to oppose the federal de-recognition of their tribe and the turning of their tribal lands over to local developers.