"Hotel Jazz" Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Arranged by Martin Phipps Performed by The London Session Orchestra
Music by Martin Phipps & Hans Zimmer
Score Produced by Martin Phipps & Hans Zimmer Soundtrack Album Producer: Richard Glasser Music Legal: David Helfant Mastered at MM-Sound by Manfred Melchior Sony Classical Licensing: Mark Cavell Sony Classical Product Development: Guido Eitberger
Release date : 05/29/2015
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I have seen the movie and the score works very well. I also figured out how the two composers approached this. The movie primarily plays in 1999, but it has flashbacks to the time of WW2. Phipps primarily composed the music for 1999 and Hans did the music for the WW2 period scenes. Hans stands for the darker cues.
I just finished the album and honestly, it's a strange one. Have to relisten to make a final opinion.
Listened to it yesterday, didn't really like it. It sounds like a minor work from Hans. It's not bad but not the kind of soundtrack I like to listen out of context. And overall I think Phipps' tracks are better than Hans'.
Maria Altman and Fleeing Vienna are the best cues on the album in my opinion.
OMG Ds!!! How dare you say you don't like a Hans Zimmer soundtrck on this website. Don't you realize the amount of Zimmer worshiping drone-trolls that frequent this site? Prepare to be tortured, persecuted and kicked in the gut (figuratively of course). That's what happened to me when I dared to say I didn't care for Interstellar. Just saying.
Oh my good God, Anonymous, let that go already.
Anonymous, actually I felt a bit ashamed of writing that. It's the first time in my life I don't feel anything when listening to a Zimmer score. Usually I'm moved or entertained or blown away, but here I felt nothing. I'll go see a doctor ;-)
Hybrid, do you know if zimmer helped write the maria altman track? I saw on some website that he was credited for that track but I must say I doubt it as most sites say he didn't.
So where did this collaboration come from? Are Zimmer and Phipps friends, did the director think, "Gee, we really want Hans' style for *insert scenes here*," or was Zimmer originally attached to this project and then he wanted Phipps to come on board? Or did Phipps request Zimmer?
It just seems out of the ordinary. :P
The film was produced in the UK, they needed a London based composer to work with. Phipps had worked for those producers before.
Both composers came in pretty late to score it, after october (score recorded in January), and Hans was in the middle of Chappie (and in LA for the most part).