Really a score consisting of compositions by George Fenton. The idea is to evoke background music for a fairy tale. He does this pretty well, featuring lush orchestrations, fanciful little trills, etc. As such, it's pretty good music to accompany the movie. Unfortunately, it doesn't stand as well on its own. Along with all of the orchestral compositions, there is also one lone piece by Texas to round out the set (presumably used during the ending credits). Same fairy tale type quality is evoked, but in a semi-country-pop manner. Pick it up if you're a soundtrack/score collector. Otherwise, leave it on the shelf.
AllMusic Review by Adam Greenberg