12 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When we think of Breakfast at Tiffany's, the exquisite "Moon River" immediately comes to mind, whether it's the elegant main title theme or Audrey Hepburn's plaintive guitar-and-voice rendition. But the rest of Henry Mancini's score for this 1961 classic is equally fine, from the dreamy "Sally's Tomato" to the jaunty, jazzy bounce of "Something for the Cat." The Far Eastern exotica of "Mr. Yunioshi" and the south-of-the-border vibe of "Latin Golightly" perfectly capture the film's time and place.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When we think of Breakfast at Tiffany's, the exquisite "Moon River" immediately comes to mind, whether it's the elegant main title theme or Audrey Hepburn's plaintive guitar-and-voice rendition. But the rest of Henry Mancini's score for this 1961 classic is equally fine, from the dreamy "Sally's Tomato" to the jaunty, jazzy bounce of "Something for the Cat." The Far Eastern exotica of "Mr. Yunioshi" and the south-of-the-border vibe of "Latin Golightly" perfectly capture the film's time and place.

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