Music Composed & Arranged by Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard Executive Soundtrack Producers: Ridley Scott & Pietro Scalia Score Produced by Hans Zimmer & Klaus Badelt Additional Music & Arranging by Klaus Badelt
Score Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson Score Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Additional Recordings: Slamm Andrews Music Editor: Adam Smalley Temp Music Editor: Dashiell Rae Assistant Engineers for Media Ventures: Kevin Globerman, Bruno Roussel & Gregg Silk Technical Score Advisors: Justin Burnett & Marc Streitenfeld Score Recorded at Air Studios Lyndhurst, London
London Music Coordinator: Maggie Rodford at Air Edel & Associates, Ltd. Orchestrated by Bruce Fowler, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Walt Fowler, Ladd McIntosh, Elizabeth Finch & Jack Smalley Music Preparation: Tony Stanton Music Contractor: Tonia Davall Assistant Engineers for Air Studios: Nick Wollage & Jake Jackson Orchestra Leader: Gavyn Wright
Executive in Charge of Music for DreamWorks Pictures: Todd Homme Chairman, Universal Classics Group: Chris Roberts Business Affairs: Lenny Wohl & Gretchen O'Neal Music Production Services: Media Ventures, Santa Monica
Media Ventures Studio Manager: Tom Broderick Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala Nakamoto, James Dooley & Michael Alexander Score Performed by The Lyndhurst Orchestra
Vocals: Lisa Gerrard Guitars: Heitor Pereira Duduk: Djivan Gasparyan Solo Cello: Tony Pleeth Solo Trumpet: Maurice Murphy
Hans & Lisa wish to thank: Ridley Scott, Doug Wick, David Franzoni, Branko Lustig, Walter Parkes, Laurie MacDonald, Pietro Scalia, David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg, Lisa Altman, Bob Beemer, Chris Bleth, Michael Brook, Jim Brooks, Emma Burnham, Eric Calvi, Patrick Cassidy, Ronni Chasen, Marty Cohen, Gerry Courtney, Bob Daspit, Bob Drwila, Nanette & John Gerrard, Kevin Gore, Michael Gorfaine, Harry Gregson-Williams, Michael Grillo, Per Hallberg, Marylata Jacob, Lisa Dennis-Kennedy, Gerry Kopecky, Anne Lai, Milly Leigh, Henning Lohner, Denis McNamara, Scott Millan, John Nelson, Elisa Perlman, John Powell, Michael Reynolds, Jay Rifkin, Chris Roberts, Jeff Rona, Steve R. Sacks, Sam Schwartz, Wesley Sewell, Tom Squires, Gary Stiffelman, Jacek Tuschewski, Teresa & Lashna Teschewski, Fulvio Valsangiacomo, Scott Wilkinson, Chisako Yokoyama, Nancy Zannini, Cindy Zaplachinski, Brigitte Zimmer, Jake Zimmer, Suzanne Zimmer, Zoe Zimmer & The Media Ventures Team
And Special Thanks to Nick Glennie-Smith & Lisbeth Scott
Release date : 04/25/2000
Progeny (2:13) Hans Zimmer
The Wheat (1:03) Lisa Gerrard
The Battle (10:02) Hans Zimmer
Earth (3:01) Hans Zimmer
Sorrow (1:26) Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Badelt
To Zucchabar (3:16) Hans Zimmer, Djivan Gasparyan
Patricide (4:08) Hans Zimmer
The Emperor Is Dead (1:21) Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Badelt
The Might Of Rome (5:18) Hans Zimmer
Strength And Honor (2:09) Hans Zimmer
Reunion (1:14) Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Badelt
Slaves To Rome (1:00) Hans Zimmer
Barbarian Horde (10:33) Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith
Am I Not Merciful? (6:33) Hans Zimmer
Elysium (2:41) Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Badelt
Honor Him (1:19) Hans Zimmer
Now We Are Free (4:14) Hans Zimmer, Lisa Gerrard, Klaus Badelt
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God, Spotify is so messed up! It credits all the orchestrators as the composers of the score. Hans is not even mentioned.
Same with Thin Red Line btw. It's credited to Gavin Greenaway. I already contacted Spotify and they responded that they would take care of that problem, but didn't do anything about it, lol. I was told that they get all their information from the publishers.
Hey guys go to HZ's main page and check our recent media player addition (also works for CD pages like here) ! It's pretty cool ! Still adding some ! :)
Whoa! What's going on with the banner at the top of this page? "original-soundtrack"? "No longer with RCP"? And why is it only over this one? And does it mean there might be pages for non-RCP scores at this site? So many questions!! AAARGH!
The media player is nice. Will you be adding more tracks to it? Like one each from Hans' all movie scores?
And +1 to Ed's post. What does that mean?
Cool! Nothing like being able to hear some of Zimmer's music, in full, on this site. I like it!
DUDE!! YOU UPLOADED THE TRANSFIGURATION SUITE FROM TDKR! THANK YOU!!! I've been wanting to hear that! :D
Okay, I'm so sorry to keep posting like a spazz, but you also uploaded Tick Tock from A Game of Shadows in the right tempo! :D Thanks a lot for this!
Never heard it before but "Celebrate The Oscars" is a really an awesome track :)
Gosh....that Transfiguration suite is really cool......still listening to it. lol.
And I never would have realized that a couple parts of Chasing the Convoy East are lifted directly out of it.
I would be eternally grateful if someone could make it avaliable on the most-not-be-named site. Please guys...
LOL Edmund the thing is because Klaus is attached to the page, that's all LOL...
And yeah my point is to add one track per project (of my choosing lol)...
When I'm done with Hans I will with the rest.
I thought Discombobulate was a Lorne Balfe arrangement of Hans' theme? Or are you not just putting up exclusively-Hans Zimmer arrangements?
well story of shen and oogway ascends from KFP, and also the batman theme from batman begins, aren't just HZ either :P
Hey! Where is this page? thx
@galljaronim Just click on Hans Zimmer's picture on this page.
OK I finished uploading (for Hans), there's 125 tracks, one per project ! One big showreel !
Err...the player disappeared on Hans' page. Is it just me? Hybrid?
Does that mean Now We Are Free is actually from Badelt?
Hans and Badelt, I think. Because look, "Elysium" lists Badelt only, while "Now We Are Free" lists Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt. I think with Now We Are Free, Zimmer took what Badelt did in Elysium and used it.
Yeah but basically it would be Badelt's theme then, like "He's a Pirate" is Zimmer's theme.
Klaus wrote the early version of Now We Are Free with Lisa, that was dropped...
Then for the final version there's Hans theme used...
I know, the famous "Daa Da Da Daam" is by Hans. But I never knew that the rest of the track is actually Badelt's work.
Me neither, Zimson.
what part are you referring to zimson?
@roz Everything that doesn't feature the "Honor Him" theme.
go to klaus badelts website, and you'll find many more additional tracks to the Gladiator :)
And "Air Battle" from Pearl Harbor, unreleased from MI2 and other rare material!!
Thank You Klaus
Where do you go on his site to find these additional tracks? I can't find them for the life of me.
In his MP3 player, right on the home page!
Sorry, my Flashplayer wasn't working. Thanks.
You make me smile finding this right now...
It's been on Klaus's site for more than 2 months ! :o
I expect a lot more "bootlegs" for both MI2, Pearl Harbor and Gladiator to pop up soon, that will include these unreleased tracks. (Eyes rolling...)
@Hybrid: yeah, so why doesn't tell us then, if they were so long now on his website? always enjoying this beautiful music for yourself is stupid.
Too bad the "Air Battle" cues are still the same synth demos... or are my ears wrong?? Wish the actual orchestral versions would surface!
My dear Mr. Tweedy, I'm waiting for your exposé regarding that "synth" matter... ;)
Damn Badelt has some nice MI2 tracks! Not sure where most of them lie within the film though... sound mostly like suites or alternates.
Dear Hybrid, here is my "exposé" ! =)
The film version of Air Battle (the "orchestral version") is such a mess. The recording session of this track was pure chaos : some instruments are playing wrong notes (trumpets !), the cue sounds very weak (small orchestra) and especially rushed (last minute change ?).
I'm glad Klaus put his original synth mock up on his website instead of the film version... of course it's not exactly what you hear in the movie, but at least these are (nearly) the same notes, it has some raw power with Zimmer's trademark orchestral samples, the "waltz part" which was unreleased until now, is eventually available... I don't see any reason to complain here !
@Smith I think Hybrid is doing his fair part of contribution to the Zimmer fan community (Inception bonus tracks, anyone?). Finding some new source of music doesn't mean claiming it to everybody here within the next few minutes... especially when you know that most people here are gonna make bootleg CDs out of these new cues and share them on forums, not even buying Zimmer CDs and so on...
@ hybrid yeah anything on more music from inception yet?
I love Klaus Badelt website! Their are a lot of new tracks for TMNT too! Looks like the full edition contains 44 tracks and the website gives you 32 but it's better then nothing :-P
Wow, Gladiator is on top now in the top 50. I wonder if this got voted up or if HTTYD got voted down.
This is one of Zimmer's greatest works. Even though he may have copied Holst's The Planets for some of the cues, this soundtrack cannot be topped and the track "Honor Him" is one the greatest themes to ever come out of Hans' mind.
That's pretty cool. "Strength And Honor" is my favorite track from this album, and it was really really late at night when I was watching the deleted scenes, so I thought I was just hearing things. But it's really in there....
Yeah apparently someone likes Zimmer and Co. enough to use their music as temp music for the deleted scenes. I also heard some John Powell from what I think was from The Bourne Identity or Supremacy. Not too sure unless I'm completely wrong. Then there was a track from The Thin Red Line in there too.
Damn, that's disappointing. You're definitely right on the whole plagiarism thing. So do you add everything, or just some? Cause I'm wondering if you added The Dark Knight 3-Disc. And if so, you're telling me that's real =)
1.) I like that each track is listed as to who did what, so thank you. 2.) Wikipedia states (I take info from wiki with a grain of salt, as anyone with a grudge against Hans could have added it) that Hans was sued beacuse "the music for many of the battle scenes has been noted as similar to Gustav Holst's 'Mars: The Bringer of War', and in June 2006, the Holst Foundation sued Hans Zimmer for allegedly copying the late Gustav Holst's work.' Is this true? 3.) Where is the COMPLETE score for Gladiator? There is a 3-disc with 21 tracks on each disc. I have it, but I'm just wondering why it's not on the site. I see it everywhere, literally.
Though, to me, it was a bit ridiculous... Of course the Gladiator Waltz is inspired by Holst's Mars, but there's definitely no plagiarism. I mean, if THIS is plagiarism, then a million of film score composers, the Horners, Williams, JNHs or Poledouris should have been sued for ripping classical music... :P
And as for that bootleg... Well, I know how it's made... But I think there are enough fake Gladiator complete scores on this site... :P