Who composed the 4th Rhapsody piano music in Atlas Shrugged Part II and is there a separate recording of it?

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I can't find this info anywhere!
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Hi, Niela Miller.

If for example, we examine the soundtrack section for Atlas Shrugged: Part I (2011), there are 20+ credits for writers and performers. But there is no such section on the questioned Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike (2012) page, because the latter has no soundtrack section in its video sequence (I've checked for sure). So, if you are sure there are some works not credited in the base, you may possibly add them only as "uncredited" ones.

For the rest of cases, you can rely on the data provided by producers in the end credits where Chris Bacon is mentioned ("music by") as the only composer: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1985017/fullcredits

Further digging can result in the listed soundtrack that should not be treated as "official": https://open.spotify.com/album/5DPo9L2E45iIXtER8Jn2d8

I hope this helps
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Thanks. I knew Chris Bacon was credited with the music that ran through the film but the piano piece was so different and separate from the rest that I thought it might be a different composer. I loved it and wanted to track it down to see if it actually existed as a separate,complete recorded piece since we just hear an excerpt at the concert in the film--- but, as you say, it was not listed in the credits.  The spotify link was a no-show.  Any idea how I can reach Bacon or a producer by email?
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