Jurassic Park III is a score of the film of the same name. Composed by Don Davis and performed by the Hollywood Studio Orchestra, this fast paced, action score was composed late in the film's post-production. Some of John Williams' themes from the previous films are also featured.
Jurassic Park III features the original themes by John Williams as the main theme for the music. A shorter version of the "Main Theme" from Jurassic Park was composed and retitled "Brachiosaurus on the Bank". Shorter strains of the "Main Theme" from Jurassic Park are heard continuously throughout the film, similar to the previous two in this respect. Similarly, the "Journey to the Island" theme from Jurassic Park, dubbed by fans as the "Island Fanfare", was also featured. However it was retitled "Dinosaur Fly By." Don Davis also composed a new theme from Jurassic Park III which was supposed to recreate the mending relationship between Paul and Eric Kirby.
A promotional release of the score was gifted to friends of Don Davis and includes nearly the entire score. The promotional score's mix is narrow because of a direct downmix from the original 5.1 masters, without any correction or remixing for stereo performance.
One of the most interesting aspects to the score is its very 'King-Kong'-esque style brass sections. In the film mix, however, many cues use alternate mixes where the brass is removed from the mix, leaving behind the wind and strings. Also, at least one cue has an alternate boy choir section. The film's end credits are also a different version than what is released.