Airwolf Themes

The Music from Airwolf

The amazing music on Airwolf, composed by Sylvester Levay and Udi Harpaz, that has stayed with the show's fans of this day and especially the memorable main theme tune used in both the openin and closing title sequences and during the aerial battle scenes between the real-life aircraft used on the show, which to many people nowadays symbolizes anything to do with helicopters!   Airwolf Extended Themes is the sequel 2CD soundtrack album score to the earlier release from 1999 called 'AIRWOLF THEMES'.  

Airwolf Extended Themes

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Official 2CD Sequel Soundtrack

 AIRWOLF EXTENDED THEMES: Special Limited Edition
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  • 42 Tracks of officially-licensed music score based on the Airwolf™ TV Series.
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Airwolf Orchestrator's Blog

Jan's pretty much finished his CD1 for Airwolf Extended Themes (he created his final one in mid-December 2012 to take his tally to 23 tracks!), so go and have a listen to his various Airwolf Main Themes on his own: Airwolf Orchestrator's Blog.

For progress of were we are with the Airwolf Extended Themes project as a whole, please see the updated Pre-Production Tracklist here.

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Mark J. Cairns

Long-time "Airwolf" fan, Northern Ireland-based Producer and Designer, Mark J. Cairns in collaboration with original composer Sylvester Levay is best known for producing the Airwolf Themes 2CD soundtrack album for the high-flying, mid-1980s American action television series series Airwolf (1984-1986).   Mark also has interests with film & TV production, and is currently working on an Airwolf Fan Movie project called "AIRWOLF: VALLEY OF FIRE", the initial teaser of which is on YouTube

Airwolf: Valley of Fire

Long-time "Airwolf" fan, Northern Ireland-based Producer and Designer, Mark J. Cairns in collaboration with original composer Sylvester Levay is best known for producing the Airwolf Themes 2CD soundtrack album for the high-flying, mid-1980s American action television series series Airwolf (1984-1986).   Mark also has interests with film & TV production, and is currently working on an Airwolf Fan Movie project called "AIRWOLF: VALLEY OF FIRE" -

Airwolf Extended Themes

Airwolf Extended Themes is the sequel 2CD soundtrack album score to the earlier release from 1999 called 'AIRWOLF THEMES'.    Watch this short video clip below. 

The Music of Airwolf

The amazing music on Airwolf, composed by Sylvester Levay and Udi Harpaz, that has stayed with the show's fans of this day and especially the memorable main theme tune used in both the openin and closing title sequences and during the aerial battle scenes between the real-life aircraft used on the show, which to many people nowadays symbolizes anything to do with helicopters!   Airwolf Extended Themes is the sequel 2CD soundtrack album score to the earlier release from 1999 called 'AIRWOLF THEME

Gabrielle's theme from Airwolf

 Gabrielle's Theme played LIVE by Jan Michal Szulew on Grand Piano - July, 2015.   Airwolf Extended Themes' Orchestrator & Associate Producer JAN MICHAL SZULEW plays one of the most loved character themes from the 'Airwolf' TV series – composed by Sylvester Levay – on a Grand Piano Read More and Watch Video.   

Airwolf Eagles Serenade

Stringfellow Hawke lives a solitary life in the mountains and uses his cabins dock as a helicopter landing pad. He serenades eagles with Prokofiev on his Stradivarius cello Eagles Serenade.   Released December, 2012.  Read More. Listen to Eagles Serenade Instrumental Demo below.

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