Music Editors: Richard Whitfield & Tony Lewis Music Recorded & Mixed by Peter Cobbin at Abbey Road Studios, London
Score Recorded by Paul Thomason & Stephanie Economou at Wavecrest Studios, LA
Digital Scoring Engineer: Toby Hulbert Assistant Engineers: Stefano Civetta & John Barrett Orchestra Contracted by Isobel Griffiths & Jo Changer Copying by Jill Streater, Global Music Services
Piano & Synth Programming: Harry Gregson-Williams Additional Synth Programming by Andy Page Score Editor: Cecile Tournesac Album Compiled by Stephanie Economou Album Mastered by Gavin Lurssen, Lurssen Mastering Choir Text Sourced & Arranged by Chris Katinas Score Production Coordinator: Monica Zierhut
Orchestra Led by Perry Montague Mason Solo Cello: Caroline Dale Choir: The Bach Choir Solo Boy: Dominic Lynch Score Conducted by Harry Gregson-Williams Score Orchestrated by Harry Gregson-Williams & Alastair King Additional Orchestrations by David Butterworth
Executive in Charge of Music for Fox Music: Danielle Diego Music Supervised for Fox Music: Patrick Houlihan Music Production Supervised for Fox Music: Rebecca Morellato Business Affairs for Fox Music: Tom Cavanaugh Music Clearance for Fox Music: Ellen Ginsburg Jack-Of-Trades: Glen Brunman A&R Coordination: Meaghan Lyons Business Affairs: Andrew Ross & Eric Taylor Product Manager: Leslie Cooper
Thank You Rob Stringer, Ashley Newton, Joel Klaiman, Lee Leipsner, Doneen Lombardi, Kathy Baker, Jon Borris, Dave Bett, Kim Harris, Vickie Hall, Liberty Lucken, Jen Mallory, Steve Asbell, Collette Barber, Fred Baron, Kimberly Boley, Jordan Carroll, Lauren Caruso, Christina Casale, Nicole Chaux, Sarah Coffey, John Conway, Joe Gallo, Nazareth Lamay, Brad Lebeau, Kim Harris, Mark Huffam, Teresa Kelly, Max Kaplan, Patrick Karnik, Simon Kinberg, Paul Massey, Cathy Merenda, Brian Nolan, Brianne Porcaro, Areli Quirarte, Jeff Sanderson, Greg Scavuzzo, Michael Schaffer, Ayelet Schiffman, Sam Schwartz, Aditya Sood, Jo Tuminski, Andy Weird & Andrew Zack
HG-W's Special Thanks Ridley Scott, Pietro Scalia, Danielle Diego, Rebecca Morellato, Patrick Houlihan, Anthony Willis, Paul Thomason, Stephanie Economou, Peter DiStefano, Stephen Barton, Martin Tillman, Erin, Jessie, Josh, Jude, Gracie & Hadley G-W
Release date : 10/02/2015
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No from what I heard it has a loooot of songs... Not that much score... A first in Ridley's career... lol
It's true. There is almost like 50% songs. It works though but I would have liked to hear more score of course!
There's a 2 CD set coming, but I think it will only add the songs used, which isn't so bad really. Maybe it could have some additional tracks, you never know. It's up in Amazon as Deluxe Soundtrack, it's coming November 6
Well it's certainly not 50% of songs, far from it. There are a few songs here and there (and actually most of the time it's just an extract). The main core of the music is Harry's wonderful score. Needless to say, the tracklist is mostly out of order, and there's much more than 50min of score. Most of the unreleased cues are variations on the released tracks, but there are a few great unreleased cues as well.
Absolutely awesome movie, by the way. It seems like now we get an amazing space movie at the end of each year. And always with great music!!
I'm LOVING this score -- one of HGW's best IMO. The movie was superb, too. Harry has mentioned in several interviews that the score was about 80 mins, which seems right to me given multiple listens and having seen the film. The book was extremely technical in places and I thought Ridley and the screenwriter did a great job translating those complex elements into simple science viewers could relate to. All of the essential pieces of the score are there, thankfully. I remember hearing about a five min track that was excellent that played when NASA and Watney were communicating that I wish had been included. I think the thematic material is excellent -- reminds me of some parts of Light It Up. I hear some Spy Game elements, too. Going to see it again this weekend!