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When artists like Hans Zimmer have their staff include the disclaimer: "Please don't ask us how to contact them ( i.e: Hans or the other Remote Control composers ) either" on their Contact page -it's clear that thes artists have lost touch and respect for the people who have put them where they are today. Why even HAVE a Contact page on your website if you don't WANT fan contact? Oh wait, I get it -we're only supposed to use this Contact page to lavish praise upon Hans and his fellow ( Remote Control ) Music God composers. What was I thinking? These Music Gods wouldn't actually want to "rub elbows" with the "little people" who purchase their music ( -which allows them to make very comfortable livings for themselves ). I actually feel sad for these out of touch "stuffed-shirts".
Who shat in your cornflakes this morning?
Well said Tom, and what shall I say, you hear it in the newly compositions. Not the theme but the production outcome is bad. Hollywood is taken over, so sad ...
I noticed Hans has an event local to me titled "Revealed". The ticketmaster website suggests this is not a concert, bu more of a q&a with the artist? I'm interested in seeing him and the orchestra live. Thank you
I am actually very interested into Orchestras and Scores. I have seen tons of footage and also did some recherche how to arrange and organize an orchestra, when I suddenly stumbled about two and a half questions.
Question one: why are string and woodwindinsruments the only ones with a static position?
Question two: on what does it depend, that Xylophones, Drums, Pianos, Harps and sometimes Brassinstruments, vary their position?
Question two and a half: does this depend on the acustic of a room or is there any certain specialty to define the seating?
What is Captain Barbossas theme in Pirates of the Caribbean?
I don't think he ever got a specific theme - the ominous rising theme from "Fog Bound" and "Underwater March" is sort of used for Barbosa and the undead pirates, but not really enough for you to make that connection. The first Pirates score was never all that careful about what themes it used where and for whom - that sort of leitmotif approach didn't really happen until the second and especially third ones (and then was totally messed up again in the fourth, where IIRC they use a motif associated with Cutler Beckett/the EITC for "privateer Barbosa" for some bizarre reason).
I saw Hidden Figures this weekend and as a former adolescent NASA geek from the 60's I thoroughly enjoyed the movie and the stories. There were only two places in the film where the music grabbed my attention. Those times were after John Glenn's lift-off as he climbed into orbit and when he had his ticker tape parade. Can you tell me, is that a snippet of Carmen Ohio I am hearing?" If so, it is a great tribute to Sen. Glenn and his love for the Buckeye State. If not, chalk it up to failing hearing and an vivid imagination.
I caught Carmen, Ohio too. Awesome!
Having been a member of the OSU Marching Band, I assure you that you did hear the first 5-6 notes of "Carmen, Ohio" (the Ohio State alma mater) during the launch sequence.
Glenn himself went to Muskingum College, about 50 miles away from Ohio State. I don't know what their alma meter is.
Hello Everyone a quastion no one knows exactly where the tracks are played in the background of Batman v Superman, their war here is a movie version of the best sounds and other tracks in film such as batman training and create kryptonite spear background music looks like zod theme and after moment batman say superman do you bleed you will begin soundtrack anв ends when Lex opens a box with a kryptonite .
Just i very loved is soundtracks hans zimmer and I would like to listen to only play in the film version music for batman v superman but it is nowhere huh... so I want to strongly .
Hello. I am a huge and serious fan of Hans Zimmer music. I am also a big fan of John Powell, the composer of scores of <The Bourne Supremacy>.
I am eager to get a "film version" of <Bim Bam Smash> the studio version of which I have. (You know, just like <Training Montage> from <Rocky 4> comes in a film version and a studio version.)
The film version of <Bim Bam Smash> is a little longer and more heart-pounding than the studio version. I could not find any tip on how to get that version after searching the whole Internet for days. I thought about extracting the score from the movie file (mp4), but the other background sound is too loud.
Dear Hans zimmer and Team HZ, My name is Andres Galindo and i am currently studying music in Toronto, Canada, i have been always amazed of your music and OSTs. i have worked recently on a project called 'Deadlock' is my composition and i would like you to hear it , i hope i can receive some feed back from you ..in somehow. I used couple of samples from ALBION III:
Dear Hans, I'm faszinated about the soundtrack from Interstellar. I'ld like to know if there is an interesting reason for using an organ as highlight in it. I think no one has used it before in a soundtrack. Thank you for answering! Best wishes from Maria
This is a fan based website, so there's no way to ever get a reply from Hans Zimmer himself. But... You may find an answer to your question in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e40uAYm5cxE
Currently I’m studying 3D animation. For my degree dissertation i have to do a small 3D animated movie. your soundtrack from the gladiator „honor him & now we are free“ would be just perfect. I hardly can immagine another soundtrack.
Therefore I allow myself to kindly ask you if it would be possible to use them and what would be the cost of it. there would be no commercial use! only the presentation of the film at the school (EB, Zürich, Switzerland) which is published on youtube as well as on my homepage.
Thank you for your kindly answer as soon as possible as my project has to be ready in April 2017 and I should start to work on it by mid of November 2016.
Fabian Käser, Switzerland
This is a fan based website!
It's best you write to Hans to the above given PR email. hans@ID-PR.COM
Hey Hybrid, Just FYI the new Titanfall 2 video game score is composed by Stephen Barton, former HGW assistant. Not sure if he is still associated with RC as I have not seen the score's in-depth credits but I thought it might want to be listed on his credits page here :)
Listening to Titanfall 2 it definitely sounds like he took a lot of experience from HGW's mid-late 2000s sound :)
Lieber Hans Ich bin begeistert von dem was ich höre. Ich würde gerne einige Zeit mit Dir in Kohchanghut in Whitesand Beach auf meiner Terasse zubringen und gemeinsam dem wirklich wilden Meer lauschen. Wann immer ... ich bin hier Bungalow 21 Dein forever Hubert
mein Name ist Monika Zimmer, doch leider habe ich wahrscheinlich keine Ver-wandtschaft zu Ihnen.
Gemeinsamkeiten gibt es trotzdem, zumindest bezogen auf den Musikgeschmack.
Und in gewisser Weise bin ich „Zimmer-Nachwuchs“, denn ich habe soeben mei-nen ersten Song komponiert, der mit Projektmusikern eingespielt wurden, die z. T. aus Dio- oder ehemaligen IRON MAIDEN-Coverbands stammen.
ich hoffe du bist der deutschen Sprache noch mächtig und kannst diese Hieroglyphen entziffern. im Studium habe ich einen Freudn kennengelernt, der hin und wieder einige Tracks erstellt. Vielleicht hast du ja mal einen langweiligen Tag und hörst dir dieses Lied an:
....has to be one of the most beautiful pieces of music I have heard in a long time. I've been a long time fan of your work but this piece moved me to express my thanks for sharing your talents. Than you.
Hans Zimmer, your "Inception" soundtrack is one of my favorite musical pieces of all time. So moving, so dramatic, so moving and so thrilling. Amazing piece of work. I listen to it again and again, it always inspires and lifts me up from reality to an upper realm. Thank you for your beautiful creations of pure art!
Great soundtracks ever since ! Just an idea: what about composing for flutes, especially flutes used in old music in a film, that everyone expects to have a "modern" theme ? Some great flute players of today are quite good doing improvisations. best whishes, Ricky