The first James Horner score I heard was this one, when I was 10 years old, in a movie theater in Tooele, Utah, waiting to find out if Spock would really die:
His main title theme is my favorite among the those of the Star Trek feature films. (And Jerry Goldsmith’s piece for TMP is hard to beat, whatever you think of the movie.) I also admired his work on Field of Dreams and Braveheart. I didn’t care much for Titanic, but Horner did a great job with the music. I was hoping we’d get to keep him longer.
Source: MMIP Riffs