The 13 episodes are:
  1. The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean
  2. One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue
  3. The Harmony of the Worlds
  4. Heaven and Hell
  5. Blues for a Red Planet
  6. Travelers Tales
  7. The Backbone of Night
  8. Travels in Space and Time
  9. The Lives of the Stars
  10. The Edge of Forever
  11. The Persistence of Memory
  12. Encyclopedia Galactica
  13. Who Speaks for Earth?
TV-Series from 1980 now available as a 7-DVD set. Contains lots of Electronic music.

Carl Sagan's COSMOS is one of the most influential science programs ever made.
Based on his acclaimed book of the same name, this 13-hour series explores the universe, from the planets of our solar system to the mysteries of black holes and distant galaxies. This special collector's edition of the landmark program has been digitally remastered and restored and features new footage and updates.

Standard 1.33:1
Interactive Menu
Length: 780 min.

2002. Press information It's brings back wonderful childhood memories for me.
I didn't purchase it for the Tangerine Dream content, but rather because I watched the series when it was originally broadcast back in 1980. And, in hindsight, I think it played a fundamental role in getting me interested in electronic music. Aside from heaps of Vangelis, there was some Synergy, Tomita, Klaus Schulze, Brian Eno, Gary Numan, even Pink Floyd.

It's also amazing how timely Sagan's words still are, 20 years later.
Humanity remains in danger of 'destroying itself', even after the collapse of the Soviet Union (which was still The Evil Empire back when Cosmos was written). I'd also forgotten the whole segment about the destruction of the Library of Alexandria, and how it set back the progression of human knowledge by 1,000 years.
Some of the show's effects are cheesy by today's standards, but Sagan's obvious enthusiasm for the material, and his shining intellect, overcome any impulse to giggle.

2002. Sean Montgomery These are the Cue sheets from the origional Television release of Cosmos. This is not the list for the Turner re-broadcast or the video cassette releases. Rather than get the proper rights for the re-issues, they comissioned a new score.

1999. New Age Music Ring