After the success of the film "Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato", it was decided to decompress the story into a full 26 episode television series - basically the reverse of what was done for the first series. This had the advantage of fleshing out and expanding many character arcs, as well as providing a more upbeat ending. Much of the music of the series was tracked in from the previous soundtracks (including some edits from the two Symphonic Suite albums). Over 2 hours of new additional music was recorded before production began and used where needed as the series was produced. Some of this music was released on 2000's Eternal Edition 4, but the 2012 Sound Almanac edition expands the released material to 2 CDs.
|Trk||Dur||Ep.||Cue||Sequence (my personal titles in bold)
|1||1:27||1||EX-1A (3)||White Comet Approach
A White Comet approaches from deep space.
High drone, into dissonant chords (used after next cue).
|2||0:37||1||EX-1A EX-4 (3)||White Comet organ solo
The White Comet is shown destroying planetoids, as its legions enslave other planets.
The White Comet organ theme (see FSBY-SS 2).
|3||0:41||1||EX-1A M-24B (6)||Zordar Desires Earth
In the White Comet throne room, Zordar looks at Earth's beautiful landscapes with desire.
The White Comet theme on low brass and organ.
|4||0:55||1||EX-1A M-29 (4)||Kodai Challenges Hijikata
Kodai and Hijikata both refuse to divert course and almost collide.
Tense brass/string figures based on EDF (Earth Defense Force) motif (SBY-SS 2).
|5||1:00||3||M-7 (4)||Launch of the Andromeda
The Andromeda rises into the sky and kids marvel at it.
Andromeda theme, mid-tempo
|6||0:55||3||M-3 (1)||Crew Reunion (The Universe Spreading into Infinity)
On the bridge of the Yamato, Kodai is greeted by former crew members who are willing to launch with him, but Shima is missing.
The Universe Spreading into Infinity, BGM1 1 instrumental (mid-tempo)
|Shima's Hesitation ("From Yamato With Love")
Standing in front of Okita's memorial, Dr. Sado tries to convince Shima to leave Earth with the others.
"From Yamato With Love" theme (FSBY-SS) in cor anglais, flute, muted trumpet, cor anglais, over el. piano, vibes
|8||0:26||6||M-13 (1)||The Yamato's Mission
The opening narration explains that Yamato has defied orders in order to investigate the strange message from Telezart.
EDF fanfare based on SBM-SS 2 (The Birth)
|9||0:33||6||M-20B (4)||Invaders Above the 11th Planet
Nearing the 11th planet, the bridge crew see White Comet destroyers on the main screen and consider a strategy.
Tremolo strings with rhythmic accents.
|10||0:46||6||M-33 (5)||Breaking Through the White Comet Blockade
With the new shock cannons, the Yamato successfully breaks through the White Comet ships to continue towards the 11th planet.
Floating harps, brass and strings, new version of FSBY 18.
|11||1:55||6||Scarlet Scarf (k)||Scarlet Scarf (karaoke) (5)
(variation of BGM1 24)
|12||1:03||7||M-35 (2)||Kodai and Saito's Tension (Scarlet Scarf)
Dr. Sado yells at Kodai and Saito for fighting. He tells Kodai to have patience with the Space Marines.
Scarlet Scarf (generally mid/low strings), new version of BGM1 48
|13||0:41||8||M-24B (4)||General Gorland Moves Out
General Gorland orders an attack on the Yamato. His ships move out.
White Comet theme on low brass.
|14||0:33||8||M-12 (4)||Gorland's Attack
Gorland moves to attack the Yamato as it escapes from the Space Sargasso.
Low strings play Yamato motif over mostly low, slowly-hammered piano chords with a couple high piano ornaments.
|15||0:52||9||M-28 (4)||A Proud Soldier
A captured White Comet pilot is interrogated.
Suspense figures featuring brass swells.
|16||1:22||9||M-66B (8)||Admiration for the White Comet Prisoner (Scarlet Scarf)
Kodai admires the soldier's loyalty.
Scarlet Scarf beginning in low strings, developed.
|17||0:29||10||M-22 (1)||Gorland vs. the Dinosaur Planet
Gorland prepares to destroy a dinosaur planet.
White Comet attack fanfare with swirling strings (see FSBY-SS 10).
|18||1:03||10||M-3 (2)||Caught in a Whirlpool (Damaged Yamato, or Yamato’s Bolero, stereo)
The Yamato's energy is drained by a debris whirlpool.
Damaged Yamato (Bolero) new version of BGM1 9.
|19||2:17||10||M-16 (2)||The Wave Motion Gun (Great River Saga - Theme of the Yamato)
As Kodai charges up the Wave Motion Gun, Yuki explains to the Space Marines how it works.
Great River Saga - Theme of the Yamato, new version of BGM1 26.
|20||1:02||10||M-10 (1)||Desslar's Congratulations
After defeating Gorland, the Yamato gets a message of congratulations and challenge from Desslar/ending narration.
Noble, victorious ending figure based on Yamato motifs.
|21||0:35||11||M-34 (2)||Star Flies (Keep Watching the Stars)
Sanada discovers that the "star flies" are carrying bacteria.
Keep Watching the Stars, new version of BGM1 20
|22||1:36||11||M-20 (2)||Desslar Resurrected (Desslar: Loneliness)
In a flashback, Desslar wakes up, brought back to life by Zordar and the White Comet. He and Zordar become allies.
Desslar: Loneliness as a military march (version of FSBY-SS 8)
|23||0:34||11||M-12B (4)||Desslar's Star Flies
Desslar sends out an attack carrier towards the Yamato. Meanwhile, the Yamato is experiencing loss of gravity due to the star-flies' destructive bacteria.
Low strings play Yamato motif over mostly low, slowly-hammered piano chords (same as track 14 but no high piano ornaments)
|24||1:02||12||M-13 (4)||Intro to The Hollow Planet
Opening narration: description of the star flies and Desslar's tactics.
EDF fanfare based on SBM-SS 2 (The Birth), extended version of track 8.
|25||0:23||12||M-15 (4)||Sparing General Vandeburg
After defeating Gamilas General Vandeburg, the Yamato decides against finishing him off.
|26||0:27||12||M-11 (4)||Prepare the Desslar Cannon
Having trapped the Yamato in a hollow planetoid, Desslar drinks a toast and then orders the Desslar Cannon to be readied.
Ending tension figure, basically brass version of FSBY 8.
|27||2:25||13||M-37-2 (7)||Teresa Floats Over Telezart
The crew see a vision of Teresa floating over Telezart and receive a message.
Prayer of Teresa 2/3, more or less same as FSBY 21.
|28||1:34||13||M-12 (1)||Space Cavalry Forces Descend (Yamato Theme)
Space Cavalry forces descend from the Yamato onto the surface of Telezart in a space carrier, destroying ground artillery. Also notably used when the Yamato receives orders from Earth to return home from Telezart.
Yamato opening theme, instrumental.
|29||1:07||13||EX-15 (3)||Desslar Imprisoned (Desslar: Loneliness, organ)
In Zordar's empty throne room., Desslar is kept waiting. Also in Ep. 14 when Desslar is imprisoned.
Desslar: Loneliness organ theme (see FSBY-SS 8).
|30||1:10||13||EX-1 (3)||Sabera's Treachery (White Comet organ)
Genitz is impressed with Sabera's cold treachery. They form an alliance against Desslar.
White Comet organ theme, low register.
|31||0:38||13||EX-5 (3)||Desslar returns to the White Comet (White Comet organ)
Desslar returns to the White Comet after being foiled at the hollow planetoid.
White Comet organ theme, full register.
|32||1:08||14||M-1 (1)||Teresa's Cave (Suspense A)
Kodai, Sanada, Analyzer and Saito approach the entrance to the cave where Teresa is located.
Suspense A, new version of BGM1 21
|33||1:57||22||M-15 (1)||Earth Panics (Somber Yamato, The Silence of Space)
News of the defeat of the EDF reaches Earth; the public erupts in chaos. Shima's little brother hopes the Yamato will return soon.
Variation of Somber Yamato, The Silence of Space (BGM1 3, 7)
|34||1:35||5 Endings/Bridges (at 0:00/0:21/0:43/1:03/1:16), Bonus tracks follow:|
|35||3:52||M-5 (2)||Cosmo Tigers Join the Yamato (The Yamato Departs the Earth )
Alt. version of The Yamato Departs the Earth (BGM1 14), used in Drama LP.
|36||2:22||M-6 (1)||Opening the Undersea Dock (Symphonic Suite Prelude 2nd half)
SBY-SS (Symphonic Suite) Overture 2nd half, used in TV comp.
|37||1:45||M-28 (2)||Message from Telezart (Crossing the Beautiful Ocean (with Rhythm))
New version of Crossing the Beautiful Ocean (with Rhythm) BGM1 36, used in TV comp.
|38||2:03||M-29 (1)||Shima Brings Teresa to the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa)
Great Love:Teresa (FSBY-SS 11), for TV comp.
|39||2:18||M-36A (2)||Shima Hears Teresa's Farewell Message (Great Love:Teresa)
Great Love:Teresa theme on strings, developed with rising poignancy, then featuring a brief oboe figure, leading to climactic textures with brass, then returning to intro theme on various voices, variations. Developed for strings/winds/harp, alt arr. for TV comp (different take of Disc 2.22).
|40||2:39||M-66 (5)||Teresa Fights the White Comet
Action figures derived from "I Remember You"/Yamato theme, for TV comp.
|41||1:22||M-EX18 (4)||Yamato Damaged During EDF Attack on White Comet (Imperial City Gatlantis)
White Comet attack theme for TV comp.
|42||0:31||M-71 (5)||White Comet Imperial City Revealed (The Dreadnought Appears)
Alt. version of FSBY 35 (The Dreadnought Appears), for TV comp.)
|43||1:54||M-24 (4)||Zordar Gloats
(Aka Threat of Space, BGM 2): White Comet attack theme variation, for TV comp.
|44||1:51||M-2 (1)||Kodai's Final Attack on Zordar (The Universe Spreading Out Into Infinity)
(Aka Mystery of Space, BGM 2): variation of The Universe Spreading Out Into Infinity for TV comp.
|45||3:20||M-77 (5)||Teresa's Final Sacrifice (Great Love:Yuki)
Great Love:Yuki on piano/strings, building into soft rock, for TV comp.
|Trk||Dur||Ep.||Cue||Sequence (my personal titles in bold)|
|1||0:51||15||M-4 (4)||Grooming Shima (Great Love:Yuki)|
Dr. Sado and Yuki help Shima prepare for his first meeting with Teresa (haircut, corsage).
Great Love:Yuki (see FSBY-SS 11), strings with rhythm and wind ornaments.
|2||1:17||13, 15||M-EX14 (4)||Teresa's Message|
After the Space Marines land on Telezart, they drive past the ruins of a great civilization. Also notably used when Teresa gives a presentation on the White Comet to Shima, Kodai and the others.
Sad, enigmatic piano, worried tremolo strings, winds, then muted brass/glocken. over strings.
|3||2:14||16||M-EX15 (4)||Shima Returns to Teresa (Great Love:Teresa)|
Shima descends to Telezart alone to find out what Teresa's final garbled transmission was about.
Great Love:Teresa theme (see FSBY-SS 11) on cor anglais/flute/clarinet, then a poignant version on strings, ending with return to variations on winds/vibes/strings, etc
|4||1:20||16||M-53B (5)||Teresa Leaves the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa)|
Teresa tells Kodai that she can't leave with the Yamato, and then floats back down to Telezart's surface.
Great Love:Teresa theme further developed: featuring flute, harpsichord, strings, oboe, etc
|5||1:21||17||M-23 (4)||Teresa's Plan for Telezart|
On Telezart, Teresa is concerned that the Yamato is not leaving the area fast enough to escape the White Comet, and contacts them.
Suspense textures/accents with hints of Teresa Forever.
|6||0:27||17||M-21 (1)||The White Comet Approaches Telezart|
Teresa monitors the approach of the White Comet on her viewscreen.
White Comet attack fanfare with solo drum cadences.
|7||1:32||17||M-27 (2)||Honoring Teresa's Sacrifice (Yamato Rises! (Yamato Sleeps In The Setting Sun))|
After Telezart expodes, Shima promises that he won’t waste Teresa's sacrifice/ending narration. Also notably used when the Yamato warps in to the EDF rendezvous point at Saturn (and decimating a White Comet spy ship), and also when the Yamato does a short warp to ram into Desslar's ship in Ep. 23.
Yamato Rises! (Yamato Sleeps In The Setting Sun), new stereo version of BGM1 5 (same as FSBY 43).
|8||1:23||18||M-49 (4)||Desslar Regains his Command Ship (Desslar: Loneliness)|
Desslar regains his ship after Zordar realizes Sabera's treachery. He orders pursuit of the Yamato.
Low strings/brass suspense figures based on Desslar: Loneliness motifs (FSBY-SS 8), leading into strings and winds, etc…
|9||2:26||19||M-1B (7)||Saito Requests a Stop at the 11th Planet (Yamato's Sorrow)|
Saito wants to stop at the 11th planet to honor his fallen comrades, but Kodai says there's no time.
Yamato's Sorrow on strings, developed on celli, violins, etc (see BGM1 42)
|10||1:03||19||M-7 (1)||Saito's Mission (The Universe Spreading Into Infinity)|
With Kodai's blessing, Saito launches to visit the 11th planet.
The Universe Spreading into Infinity instrumental (slow)
|11||1:29||19||M-66 (8)||Saito and His Fallen Comrades (Scarlet Scarf)|
Saito visits the graves of his fallen comrades.
Scarlet Scarf (higher strings), another new version of BGM1 48
|12||0:31||20||M-31B (7)||EDF Strategy at Titan|
At Titan, the EDF ships have assembled and begin to plan a strategy.
Uptempo opening figure based on EDF motifs.
|13||1:09||20||M-8B (4)||Kodai and Hijikata's Plan|
Kodai and Hijikata make a plan for a surprise attack on the White Comet fleet to even the odds.
Suspenseful, somber version of Yamato theme with brass, synth, drums, winds, ending in brass/winds cadence
|14||0:42||20||M-7 (2)||Cosmo Tigers' Surprise Attack|
The Yamato's Cosmo Tigers' surprise attack is successful.
The Yamato Departs the Earth motif (BGM1 14)
|15||0:33||21||M-23 (1)||White Comet Fleet Preparations|
The White Comet fleet prepares to engage the EDF.
Driving strings and hi-hat loop based on White Comet attack motif.
|16||1:13||21||M-20 (1)||White Comet Fleet Attacks|
The EDF engages the White Comet fleet and takes casualties.
White Comet attack theme, drum solo (FSBY-SS 10)
|17||1:24||21||M-16 (4)||The EDF Fleet Retreats|
The Yamato watches as the EDF fleet retreats from the superior White Comet firepower, and rushes to aid it.
The Yamato Departs the Earth motif/Yamato Rises motif (looped)
|18||1:57||21||M-26 (1)||Kodai Injured in the Engine Room (Scarlet Scarf)|
With the Yamato damaged, Kodai orders a ship evacuation. He goes to the engine room to help, but is then injured.
Scarlet Scarf (strings), another new version of BGM1 48
|19||2:25||21||M-1C (8)||Death of Hijikata|
Hijikata transmits a last bit of advice to the Yamato, just before the Andromeda crashes into Gatlantis and is destroyed.
Yamato's Sorrow beginning on celli, becoming counterpointed variations
|20||0:45||21||EX-3 (3)||White Comet Continues to Earth|
With the EDF destroyed, the White Comet continues towards earth (ending narration)
White Comet organ theme (1 refrain)
|21||1:56||22||M-33 (2)||The Yamato Makes Repairs (Somber Yamato)|
A damaged Yamato slowly heads towards Ganymede base for repairs.
Somber Yamato, new version of BGM1 3
|22||2:17||22||M-36B (2)||Kodai Wakes Up|
Kodai wakes up and wants to go to the bridge to help with the repairs, but Dr. Sado, Yuki and Analyzer keep him in the sickbay bed.
Great Love:Teresa theme on strings, developed with rising poignancy, then featuring a brief oboe figure, leading to climactic textures with brass, then returning to intro theme on various voices, variations.
|23||2:12||22||M-1A (7)||Kodai's Resistance Speech (Yamato's Sorrow)|
After hearing of the Earth's surrender, Kodai tells the Yamato crew that he plans on fighting to the end.
Yamato's Sorrow on strings, developed on celli, violins, etc (similar to D2.9 but less violins)
|24||1:22||23||M-10 (4)||Gatlantis Above the Earth|
Zordar hears that the Earth has accepted unconditional surrender. Gatlantis hovers over the Earth causing tornadoes.
White Comet motif on tremolo strings/piano, then piano/brass cadence, alto flute, various suspense figures, ending in Dessler: Loneliness motif
|25||1:04||23||M-8A (4)||Kodai and Desslar's Showdown (Yamato's Sorrow)|
As Kodai faces Desslar on his bridge, Gatlantis lands in Earth's sea/ending narration.
Yamato's Sorrow on strings, modulating to major key, tremolo strings, brass/drums resolute end cadence
|26||0:40||24||M-27 (4)||Kodai Falls|
Kodai and Desslar begin aiming at each other in a final shoot-out, but Kodai gets dizzy and falls.
Suspense texture: high tremolo strings with xyloph./muted brass figures, plucked/bowed celli
|27||1:30||24||M-50 (4)||Desslar's Departure (The Rival)|
After giving Kodai and Yuki a bit of advice on how to attack Gatlantis, Desslar leaves with his forces.
The Rival theme (FSBY-SS) on trumpet, oboe, flute, etc… sometimes blended with Yamato motifs
|28||1:01||24||M-1 (2)||Earth's Surrender (Suspense B)|
Earth sends out a ship to Gatlantis in order to sign the surrender.
Suspense B, new version of BGM1 13
|29||2:29||25||M-14 (2)||Cosmo Tigers Aerial Attack on Gatlantis (Black Tigers)|
Kato leads the Cosmo Tigers on an aerial attack on Gatlantis.
Black Tigers, new version of BGM1 16
|30||0:43||25||M-11B (8)||Saito's Sacrifice (Scarlet Scarf)|
Saito tells Kodai that he thinks of him as an older brother and then tells him to go back, so he can set the bombs on the Gatlantis power generator alone.
Scarlet Scarf on strings with counterpoint
|31||0:52||25||M-63 (4)||Zordar's Dreadnought (Imperial City Gatlantis Appears)|
Zordar's Dreadnought appears out of the wreckage of Gatlantis/ending narration.
"Imperial City (Appearance and Attack)", new version of FSBY 31
|32||0:54||26||EX-2 (6)||The Dreadnought Fires at Earth|
Zordar laughs at the now severely damaged Yamato and then begins blasting Earth.
Sinister organ using White Comet variation section motifs
|33||1:28||26||M-14 (4)||Yuki Joins Kodai on the Yamato Bridge (Great Love:Teresa)|
A slightly different version is used when Yuki appears on the bridge just after Kodai decides to ram Zordar's Dreadnought alone.
Great Love:Teresa theme in sparse arrangement featuring flute, harpsichord, oboe, transitioning to Yamato brass/snare motif (Bolero elements)
|34||1:35||26||M-75 (5)||Teresa Appears on the Bridge of the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa)|
Teresa tells Kodai that she will fight Zordar and that the Yamato can be spared. She will live on in Shima.
Great Love:Teresa theme in strings, then violin solo based on Yamato theme, ending with Great Love:Teresa theme
|35||1:43||26||M-76A (8)||Honoring Teresa's Sacrifice (Yamato's Sorrow B)|
Kodai and Yuki stare at the explosion of Zordar's ship and promise to honor Teresa's sacrifice.
Yamato's Sorrow B section on oboe/flute/strings with harp, becoming poignant strings
|36||1:17||4 Endings/Bridges (at 0:00/0:17/0:40/0:56), Bonus tracks follow:|
|37||1:56||M-51 (5)||Yuki's Death (Yuki’s Last Moment)|
(aka Starsha's Thoughts from New Voyage Original BGM): poignant strings, derived from FSBY 33 (Yuki’s Last Moment 2).
|38||3:22||Scarlet Scarf (5)||Scarlet Scarf (instrumental) |
Used in Yamato movie, Yamato III.
|39||2:07||M-8 (1)||Hope For Tomorrow (Romance) |
New arr. of section from Symphonic Suite Yamato with rhythm section, used in Yamato III.
|40||1:16||M-9 (1)||Hope For Tomorrow (Romance) 2|
2nd arr. of same section from Symphonic Suite Yamato with only strings, used in Yamato III.
|41||1:21||M-21 (2)||Desslar: Loneliness (Bolero)|
Desslar: Loneliness in military "bolero" arrangement, used in Yamato III.
|42||0:45||M-30 (2)||Craters of the Moon
New recording of BGM1 8, used in Yamato III.
|43||1:05||M-31B (5)||Slow March (with lush strings)|
Used in Yamato III.
|44||2:38||M-11, 28 (1)||The Birth|
Arr of Symphonic Suite "The Birth" 2nd half (SBY-SS 2), used in Farewell MV.
I'm not too crazy about the official track titles on these CDs, so I chose more "descriptive" titles in the tables above. Feel free to copy these and use them in Foobar2000 to rename the tracks in your copy.
White Comet Approach
White Comet organ solo
Zordar Desires Earth
Kodai Challenges Hijikata
Launch of the Andromeda
Crew Reunion (The Universe Spreading into Infinity)
Shima's Hesitation (From Yamato With Love")
The Yamato's Mission
Invaders Above the 11th Planet
Breaking Through the White Comet Blockade
Scarlet Scarf (instrumental karaoke version)
Kodai and Saito's Tension (Scarlet Scarf)
General Gorland Moves Out
A Proud Soldier
Admiration for the White Comet Prisoner (Scarlet Scarf)
Gorland vs. the Dinosaur Planet
Caught in a Whirlpool (Damaged Yamato, or Yamato’s Bolero, stereo)
The Wave Motion Gun (Great River Saga - Theme of the Yamato)
Star Flies (Keep Watching the Stars)
Desslar Resurrected (Desslar: Loneliness)
Desslar's Star Flies
Intro to The Hollow Planet
Sparing General Vandeburg
Prepare the Desslar Cannon
Teresa Floats Over Telezart
Space Cavalry Forces Descend (Yamato Theme)
Desslar Imprisoned (Desslar: Loneliness, organ)
Sabera's Treachery (White Comet organ)
Desslar returns to the White Comet (White Comet organ)
Teresa's Cave (Suspense A)
Earth Panics (Somber Yamato, The Silence of Space)
Ending bridge collection 1 (5 pieces)
Cosmo Tigers Join the Yamato (The Yamato Departs the Earth, Drama LP )
Undersea Dock (Symphonic Suite Prelude 2nd half): (for TV comp.)
Message from Telezart (Crossing the Beautiful Ocean (with Rhythm)): (for TV comp.)
Shima Brings Teresa to the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa) (for TV comp.)
Shima Hears Teresa's Farewell Message (Great Love:Teresa) (for TV comp.)
Teresa Fights the White Comet (themes from I Remember You/Yamato): M-66 (5) (for TV comp.)
Yamato Damaged During EDF Attack on White Comet (Imperial City Gatlantis) (for TV comp.)
White Comet Imperial City Revealed (The Dreadnought Appears) (for TV comp.)
Zordar Gloats (Imperial City Gatlantis variation) (for TV comp.)
Kodai's Final Attack on Zordar (The Universe Spreading Out Into Infinity) (for TV comp.)
Teresa's Final Sacrifice (Great Love:Yuki) (for TV comp.)
Grooming Shima (Great Love:Yuki)
Shima Returns to Teresa (Great Love:Teresa)
Teresa Leaves the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa)
Teresa's Plan for Telezart
The White Comet Approaches Telezart
Honoring Teresa's Sacrifice (Yamato Rises! (Yamato Sleeps In The Setting Sun))
Desslar Regains his Command Ship (Desslar: Loneliness)
Saito Requests a Stop at the 11th Planet (Yamato's Sorrow)
Saito's Mission (The Universe Spreading Into Infinity)
Saito and His Fallen Comrades (Scarlet Scarf)
EDF Strategy at Titan
Kodai and Hijikata's Plan
Cosmo Tigers' Surprise Attack
White Comet Fleet Preparations
White Comet Fleet Attacks
The EDF Fleet Retreats
Kodai Injured in the Engine Room (Scarlet Scarf)
Death of Hijikata
White Comet Continues to Earth
The Yamato Makes Repairs (Somber Yamato)
Kodai Wakes Up
Kodai's Resistance Speech (Yamato's Sorrow)
Gatlantis Above the Earth
Kodai and Desslar's Showdown (Yamato's Sorrow)
Desslar's Departure (The Rival)
Cosmo Tigers Aerial Attack on Gatlantis (Black Tigers)
Saito's Sacrifice (Scarlet Scarf)
Zordar's Dreadnought (Imperial City Gatlantis Appears)
The Dreadnaught Fires at Earth
Yuki Joins Kodai on the Yamato Bridge (Great Love:Teresa)
Teresa Appears on the Bridge of the Yamato (Great Love:Teresa)
Honoring Teresa's Sacrifice (Yamato's Sorrow B)
Ending/Bridge collection 2 (4 pieces)
Yuki's Death (Yuki’s Last Moment)
Scarlet Scarf (instr.) (used in Yamato movie, from Yamato III BGM)
Hope For Tomorrow arr. (Symphonic Suite Yamato, used in Yamato III)
Hope For Tomorrow arr. 2 (Symphonic Suite Yamato, used in Yamato III)
Desslar: Loneliness Bolero var. (used in Yamato III)
Craters of the Moon (with Rhythm) (used in Yamato III)
Slow March (with lush strings) (used in Yamato III)
Arr of Symphonic Suite "Birth" 2nd half): (used in Farewell MV)
Below are the 3 tracks used from "I Adore the Eternity of Love" (sadly not available on iTunes, but YouTube links are below):
|Yamato/The Universe Spreading Out Into Infinity||The Yamato thinks that Teresa has destroyed the White Comet (Ep.17), also briefly during Saito and Kato's fistfight, and when Yamato launches squadrons in a surprise attack on a White Comet fleet (Ep.20).|
|Dessler: Attack||Desslar escapes from the White Comet (Ep.18), also on the 11th planet as the Yamato evades the ground missiles and Saito tries to return to the landing bay (19).|
|White Comet||General Balsey's White Comet fleet approaches the Saturn sector (Ep 20), White Comet attack (21), Zordar destroys the Moon (22).|
Besides the above 3 tracks, there are still just a few items leftover from the BGM Part 2 and Eternal Edition 4 releases of Series 2 music which are also not included on the first round of iTunes Sound Almanac releases. However several (but not all AFAIK) can be found on the recent CD Sound Almanac Music Addendum, noted "*" below.
|BGM Part 2||5||1:29||Yamato Opening Theme (instr.): similar to the extended version found on SBY-SS Birth (from 3:02) but without synth, backup vocals or guitar.|
|BGM Part 2||8||1:07||Battle of Yamato (Search Ship from BGM1.28: bright funk, brass figures (*).|
|BGM Part 2||11||1:04||Desslar's Bolero: Desslar: Loneliness theme (FSBY-SS 8) in a bolero/march, ending in developed horn figures (edit of Disc 1.22 above).|
|BGM Part 2||12||1:41||Meditation: Desslar: Loneliness on violins, then joined by celli, piano (edit of FSBY 25: Desslar’s Death 1).|
|BGM Part 2||14||1:47||Conflict: tremolo violins/el. guitar/rhythm joined by Desslar: Loneliness opening phrase in brass, strings (*).|
|BGM Part 2||15||0:44||Imprisonment: Wistful string/oboe figures using fragments of Desslar: Loneliness, ending in brass accents.|
|BGM Part 2||16||3:01||The Rival I: Desslar:The Rival (FSBY-SS 9) on harpsichord/strings/rhythm, development on brass, strings (*).|
|BGM Part 2||18||1:22||The Rival II: Desslar:The Rival with opening el. guitar figures into trumpet/strings over rhythm, developed (*).|
|BGM Part 2||19||2:10||Reminiscence: Pastoral figure on oboe/harp, celli/rhythm, developed on horns, violins, flute/oboe (*).|
|BGM Part 2||20||1:49||Menace In Space: alternate version of White Comet attack music (FSBY-SS 10) with brass, organ (full WC theme), strings, etc. (*).|
|BGM Part 2||36||3:45||Various Endings (*).|
|E.E. 4||19||1:47||Teresa Forever (TV ending theme with vocals)|
For more detail (and I mean MUCH more) on the music of Yamato, it's highly recommended to check out CosmoDNA, far and away the best website and news source on all things Space Battleship Yamato. On one of my other blogs (Ed Quits Smoking), I also have a complete synopsis guide to the various Space Battleship Yamato TV series and films. The previous entries in this blog's "Music of Space Battleship Yamato" series is:
- Sound Almanac 1974, Vol. 1: Series One Score (BGM1) (COCX-37381)
- Sound Almanac 1977, Vol. 1: Yamato Symphonic Suite (SBY-SS) (COCX-37382)
- Sound Almanac 1978, Vol. 2: Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato Symphonic Suite (FSBY-SS) (COCX-37385)
- Sound Almanac 1978, Vol. 3: Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato Movie Score (FSBY) (COCX-37386)
- Sound Almanac 1978, Vol. 5: Series Two Score Disc One (COCX-37388)
- Sound Almanac 1978, Vol. 6: Series Two Score Disc Two (COCX-37389)