Greystoke: The 7th Earl Lord John Clayton, Tarzan of the Apes Soundtrack (


A shipping disaster in the nineteenth century has stranded a man and woman in the wilds of Africa. The lady is pregnant, and gives birth to a son in their tree house. The mother dies soon afterwards. An ape enters the house and kills the father, and a female ape takes the tiny boy as a replacement for her own dead infant, and raises him as her son.

Twenty years later, Captaine Phillippe D'Arnot discovers the man who thinks he is an ape. Evidence in the tree house leads him to believe that he is the direct descendant of the Earl of Greystoke, and thus takes it upon himself to return the man to civilization.

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Greystoke: The 7th Earl Lord John Clayton, Tarzan of the Apes
Symphony No. 1 in A flat major, op. 55
Edward Elgar: Performer
Chanson de Matin
Edward Elgar: Performer
Salut d'Amour
Edward Elgar: Performer
Oh God Our Help in Ages Past
Isaac Watts: Performer
Riding On Top Of The Car
Fred W. Leigh: Writer
Harry von Tilzer: Performer
The Dashing White Sergeant
H.R. Bishop: Performer
Luigi Boccherini: Performer
Sontag Polka
John Scott: Arrangement
Eugen D'Albert: Performer

User reviews

Karen Parker

The soundtrack effectively builds tension during key moments of the film, adding to the suspense and drama.

Ashley Lewis

The emotional depth conveyed through the orchestral pieces in the soundtrack helps to connect the audience with the characters and their journey.

Nancy Harris

The musical choices in the film lacked originality and failed to create a unique atmosphere that would immerse the audience in the wild and mysterious setting of Africa.

Ashley Evans

The music complements the stunning visuals of the African landscape, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.

Elizabeth Scott

The combination of orchestral arrangements with choral elements creates a sense of awe and wonder, underscoring the film's themes of heritage and identity.

Mark Evans

The use of tribal rhythms and traditional African instruments adds an authentic and immersive layer to the soundtrack, enhancing the storytelling experience.

Daniel Robinson

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from quiet and introspective moments to intense and action-packed sequences, showcases the versatility and skill of the composers.

Amanda Robinson

The use of traditional African rhythms and instruments in the soundtrack adds an authentic and rich layer to the storytelling, enhancing the emotional depth of the film. The sweeping orchestral melodies beautifully convey the epic journey of self-discovery and identity that Tarzan embarks on, creating a truly unforgettable cinematic experience.

Mark Lewis

The main theme of the film is memorable and evocative, leaving a lasting impression on the listener.

Michael Davis

The use of tribal rhythms and chants in the music adds an authentic African atmosphere to the movie, enhancing the storytelling.

Margaret Williams

The sweeping melodies and epic themes evoke a sense of adventure and grandeur, transporting the listener to a world of untamed nature and primal instincts.

Kenneth Baker

The emotional depth and complexity of the music mirrors the internal struggles and journey of self-discovery of the main character, Tarzan.

John Miller

The soundtrack effectively conveys the duality of Tarzan's identity, blending elements of both his human and ape upbringings.

Jennifer King

The combination of traditional orchestral elements with unique instrumentation creates a rich and diverse musical experience.

Charles Martin

The use of leitmotifs throughout the score helps to tie together different moments in the story, creating a cohesive musical narrative.