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So, there's music in the Road to 2049 site, and it's pretty cool, but no idea if it's actual score. The lenght seems more like promo track for trailers.<br><br>Would be great to know where it's from, score or otherwise, because it's a great track and hope the score sounds like this!<br><br>Here's the site <br>roadto2049. bladerunnermovie. comI thoroughly enjoyed King Arthur. Good acting, Good Story, Incredible Score, perhaps underrated.iTunes SriLanka is the first itunes store to get the new releases online on friday. But by now you can also go to iTunes New Zeland or something and checkout the album and it’s samples.@Armageddon<br><br>1. i love the movie. 2. rockhound is the most annoying character in the whole movie, but at least he has a cool name. ;) 3. bruce willis is smiling in almost all his emotional scenes and not just in this movie. but you know, in germany the movies are dubbed, so his "german" voice and the music helped alot to make these scenes nontheless convincing. to be honest, the goodbye scene was even more sad than the dying scene of leonardo dicaprio in Titanic. so you see, what impact the music had.<br><br>@Edmund<br><br>i didnt say the movie is bad, just bruce willis in a couple of scenes. so....the music had alot more to do than in Pirates III. the impact of the music in Armageddon must be way stronger to make these scenes work than in Pirates III. in Pirates III these scenes would have been also convincing without the music, because the acting was strong enough. but nontheless the music in Pirates III adds alot to the scenes and makes them stronger. just my opinion.Where did you get this information and samples?
Where can I listen to those samples? I would love to hear some bits of the score before watching the movie.The score has 25 tracks and is about 1 hour and 16 minutes long. Samples sound awesome. Great action score with new theme's and variations of the old ones. Looking forward to hearing it in full.Total video game score, circa 98. This is one of those scores -<br> my first - that you just didn't get enough of no matter HOW many cds they released of it. Hell, it wasn't until 2000 when I finally got the complete score on 2 cds. Sadly, by that time I burned out on it...So rockhound...your argument is that the score is better because the movie is worse? That's a new one, gotta admit... :D<br><br>to Armageddon, do it! The complete score, if you can. It's incredible!To Edmund Meinerts,<br><br>I admit I never really got the chance to listen to the entire At World's End score. But now you sir got me interested and I will check it out.<br><br>Cheers.
To rockhound, <br><br>With all due respect, sir, that's a stupid statement. Very stupid. Guess you're mad that Rockhound wasn't the main character. How is Willis acting in those scenes bad? He's not overacting, he's not crying-screaming like a little girl. His character is actually very grounded. In the scene with Liv Tyler at the end, he is actually watching a picture of his real daughter. It makes it all the more real. He's very quiet and the performance is realistic. Nothing over-the-top. And people absolutely love that scene. Go to YouTube and read all the comments under the video. So, having said all of that, what exactly is your problem with it? You want him to go all crazy emotional like Nic Cage in Face/Off? Is that it?King Arthur is the perfect example. A terrible script but a great scoreAfter I saw the movie....very great movie & very great scores, better than the first scores!! And the theme for Poppy is also very good!!Well there's also the track where Izzy's transformers dies, a few action tracks not included that I'd be interested to hear, but you're right, the track I'm most interested in is We Have To Go's film version. The extra strings in the small excerpt where Megatron's arm gets cut off, and the ones added to the main theme really give the song a more heroic and intense tone.Yep. These tracks are amazing
Only tracks that come to mind that aren't in the OST are a variation of Seglass when introducing Edmund, and the film version of We Have To Go.<br><br>Hell, the OST has more music than the movie.Daniel Pemberton seems like a twat.I own the CD and I agree there are times in the score where it's so bombastic it distorts your speakers.<br><br>Still, I felt this was a great score from Zimmer.  It was peak Russian sounding chorus time for Hans and the action cues were better than other scores of this time like The Rock.i think Armageddon is better in covering of all emotions than Pirates III, because there is one more thing the music has to do in Armageddon....covering bad acting. without the music, all emotional scenes with bruce willis would have been a joke. he acts really bad in these scenes, but the music works wonders.Lol. Anyone can write up a bunch of random slate numbers. Nice try.
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Dunkirk
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Length: 59'46
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  1. The Mole (5:35)
    Hans Zimmer (Sir Edward Elgar)
  2. We Need Our Army Back (6:28)
    Hans Zimmer
  3. Shivering Soldier (2:52)
    Hans Zimmer
  4. Supermarine (8:03)
    Hans Zimmer
  5. The Tide (3:48)
    Hans Zimmer (Sir Edward Elgar)
  6. Regimental Brothers (5:04)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe (Sir Edward Elgar)
  7. Impulse (2:36)
    Hans Zimmer
  8. Home (6:02)
    Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch (Sir Edward Elgar)
  9. The Oil (6:10)
    Hans Zimmer
  10. Variation 15 (Dunkirk) (5:51)
    Benjamin Wallfisch, Hans Zimmer (Sir Edward Elgar)
  11. End Titles (Dunkirk) (7:12)
    Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Benjamin Wallfisch (Sir Edward Elgar)
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halo reply Replies: 6 || 2017-09-19 19:25:21
1m01
1m03
1m03 (Alternate)
1m04
1m05
1m09
2m01
2m02
2m03
2m06
3m01 (Insert)
3m05
3m06
4m02
5m01
5m02
5m03
5m03 (Alternate)
5m05
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6m01
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Waymann2017-09-19 19:42:47
? What’s this, a complete cue list?


badbu2017-09-19 19:47:50
oO is this the complete list???? oO


Ahmad2017-09-19 20:20:29
Again, people! S.O.U.R.C.E please!
For now I'm gonna consider this bullshit trolling because this doesn't tell us anything.


Hybrid Soldier2017-09-19 20:23:18
Especially since Hans has just never used that particular slate system at all...


badbu2017-09-19 20:23:35
@Ahmad...yep...you're so right!!!


Edmund Meinerts2017-09-20 16:26:58
Lol. Anyone can write up a bunch of random slate numbers. Nice try.

Heifelmeifel reply Replies: 3 || 2017-09-12 12:36:49
Happy Birthday, Mr Zimmer! 60 Years, and way to go. Please another 60 years :)


Dimitris Krommidas2017-09-12 14:38:15
Happy birthday to the legend!


Neptune2017-09-12 20:43:45
Hans Zimmer is 60 years old today and NO INFO ON FRONT PAGE atthis fan site!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


James2017-09-13 02:37:35
Haha!

Good one! Happy 60!

anon reply Replies: 20 || 2017-09-05 15:57:55
Surprised there isn't a Blade Runner page created yet - Zimmer and Wallfisch are officially the only credited composers per the new posters. JJ is officially out...


Ahmad2017-09-05 16:07:12
What! No! I've just purchased JJ's Arrival score and it's so freaking good.
It would've been a very cool trio.


Waymann2017-09-05 16:21:14
He is probably still involved but putting Hans Zimmer on your poster and soundtrack cover will sell a lot more.


Hybrid Soldier2017-09-05 19:19:49
Which posters ? Is there a link, all posters I've seen so far don't have credits... :o


anon2017-09-05 22:39:16
@Hybrid - pbs. twimg.com/media/DIjUOdpWsAEJkya.jpg:orig


Saurabh2017-09-05 23:09:22
I guess they might've kept one or two themes from Johannsson with Wallfisch handling majority of the score with some contribution from Zimmer. One more month now.


Hybrid Soldier2017-09-05 23:22:30
Thanks, I wouldn't have thought about the... Ukrainian poster lol... :P


anon2017-09-05 23:35:05
don't blame you lol


David2017-09-06 00:40:32
Hybrid will you have more details once the soundtrack is released? If Johansson is on it or not? Please let us know! :)


SPECTER2017-09-06 05:10:41
How many composers currently work with HZ at RCP. Do they all work at the same place?


Briom2017-09-06 09:48:10
What about Balfe ? I thought he was working on the film? Ghost in the Shell was a score that Bladerunner remake should be


Callahan2017-09-06 11:59:46
@Spectre So many. Take a look at the list "Team" above. They are 30% to 40% of the total.

@Brion He has his own projects now, man.


Callahan2017-09-06 12:03:38
@Spectre I firmly believe they do not all work in the same place, as the Powell and HGW assistants are considered part of the RCP.


Peter2017-09-06 12:24:17
If it beats Ghost In The Shell then it will be great because Lorne made a score that was a perfect blend synthesizers and an orchestra


Andrew2017-09-06 21:41:14
I doubt it will beat Ghost


Saurabh2017-09-06 21:59:43
Blade Runner isn't just synthesizers and some strings like Ghost in the Shell, although the synthesizer is the most identifiable thing in terms of music. The LA in the first Blade Runner was a melting pot of different cultures which was represented musically in tracks such as Damask Rose, Tales of the Future and in various scenes throughout the movie. If anything, it has a scope for tremendous diversity and musical richness if the composers choose to tap into that idea.


Mike2017-09-07 14:19:09
More Ghost music being released on Friday which makes my week


Hedon2017-09-10 13:23:31
Does anyone know why Vangelis is not doing it? Was he even asked?


Hybrid Soldier2017-09-10 13:52:22
Because he's retired and his last Hollywood project was... 14 years ago ?


Saurabh Kadam2017-09-12 07:08:11
Any word on the soundtrack Hybrid? Less than a month to go now.


Waymann2017-09-12 08:35:00
Well JJ is out, it's only Zimmer and Wallfisch now.

Frank reply Replies: 0 || 2017-09-09 21:48:39
icelandreview. com/news/2017/09/08/icelandic-film-composer-no-longer-attach ed-blade-runner-sequel
"Jóhann's agent has confirmed to Fréttabla&#240;i&#240; that the Icelandic composer is no longer involved with the film in any capacity, though he is prohibited from saying anything at this point due to his contract."

Fra reply Replies: 7 || 2017-08-27 21:07:29
Dunkirk CS

1: Enemy Surrounded (3:20) - Hans Zimmer
2: Beach (30 second) Hans Zimmer
3: 400.000 Men (One Week The Mole) (2:04) Hans Zimmer
4: Salvo Bombing (1:10) Lorne Balfe
5: Where Is The Bloody Air Force? (One Day The Sea) (57 Second) Hans Zimmer
6: Some Man? (One Day The Air) (1:05) Hans Zimmer & Lorne Balfe
just someone giving info like tihs


badbu2017-08-29 07:53:26
what is this?


no2017-08-29 10:02:48
Apple candy


badbu2017-08-29 20:56:28
ahh...okay...


badbu2017-08-29 21:20:38
@Fra: do you have the complete tracklist?


Der-Profl2017-09-01 18:31:43
How can I get this songs?


Ahmad2017-09-01 19:04:44
Okay, you can't just drop stuff like this here and not mention the source.


Collector2017-09-06 20:38:19
Does it mean a CS might be on the way? Can you at least share your source @Fra ?

The Movie Geek reply Replies: 0 || 2017-09-01 23:05:07
I went to see Hans Zimmer Live back in June and was inspired to make a video. His music is so good I haven't stopped listening.
Please have a watch and let me know what you think.https://youtu.be/r6iSC93E6Lw


New to RCP reply Replies: 36 || 2017-08-08 21:47:28
Okay so this isn't really just for Dunkirk, but rather all of RCP scores. I've just recently gotten into listening to all this; and frankly there is just so much to listen to that I don't know where to start. Any suggestions on where to start? Either by HZ or any of your fav composers in RCP?


Michael2017-08-08 22:05:15
I'd recommend starting off with a score like Crimson tide or Unstoppable by Harry gregson-Williams. That''I'll give a general idea to what the RCP style. Another suggestion would be National Treasure by Trevor Rabin and all of John Powell and Steve Jablonsky's works.


mpolonest123 2017-08-08 22:40:53
Just to name some good ones from composers OTHER than HZ;

John Powell: How To Train Your Dragon 1+2, Pan, The Bourne Supremacy, Antz, Chicken Run
Harry Gregson-Williams: The Martian, Kingdom of Heaven, Shrek 2
Ramon Djawadi: Pacific Rim, Clash of the Titans
Steve Jablonsky: Transformers (mainly the 1st two but check out the others) Steamboy, Pain and Gain
Trevor Rabin: Armageddon, Deep Blue Sea, National Treasure
Mark Mancina: Twister


mpolonest123 2017-08-08 22:45:07
As for the man himself, check out these ones;
The Peacemaker
Hannibal
Interstellar
The Dark Knight
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
The Rock


Rigby 2017-08-08 22:58:48
To add to these lists,

Genius, Lego Batman, Beyond Two Souls by Lorne Balfe

and

Sherlock Holmes, Angels and Demons by Hans Zimmer


James2017-08-09 00:12:13
Tarzan, Lion King, The Thin Red Line, Rain Man, Ice Age, Happy Feet, The Prince of Egypt, Last Samurai, GLADIATOR...

To name some of the most delicate .. :p


Pete2017-08-09 01:15:31
Also listen to

John Powell: Endruance

Lorne Balfe : Churchill , Beyond Two Souls and call of Duty


Shivering Soldier2017-08-09 08:58:09
Are there any cuesheets?


New to RCP2017-08-09 17:25:00
Thanks guys, really appreciate it! Loving all this music so far.


Mike (OTM)2017-08-09 22:51:42
Some of my essential Zimmer...

1990s/early 2000s:

—Crimson Tide + The Rock + The Peacemaker (all in the same style)
—The Last Samurai
—Gladiator
—Broken Arrow
—The Prince of Egypt
—Pirates of the Caribbean 1-3
—The Lion King
—Muppet Treasure Island
—Beyond Rangoon

Mid-2000s/2010s:

—Batman Begins + The Dark Knight + (if you listen to the complete score and the unreleased suites) The Dark Knight Rises
—Kung Fu Panda 1-3 (though his presence was more muted on the second one...)
—Sherlock Holmes, the first
—Angels and Demons
—Interstellar
—Inception (I know, I know...BWAAAAAAAAM)
—The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (inventive score in a comparatively stagnant era for Hans...)

And this is missing a whole lot, too. But it should get you somewhere.


babdu2017-08-10 07:33:36
and...BACKDRAFT!!! <3


Brent2017-08-10 09:06:51
Here's my ultimate RCP list. Good luck! Lol. I undoubtedly missed quite a few composers. Though, I feel like these 9 will give you a good idea on what RCP represents.

Those with a star next to it, I would give a listen to first.

Zimmer:
The Dark Knight
Angels & Demons*
The Da Vinci Code
Kung Fu Panda 3
The Prince of Egypt
Driving Miss Daisy*
The Lion King*
Pirates of the Caribbean (2 & 3)*
Interstellar*
Inception
The Lone Ranger
The Last Samurai*
Gladiator*
Pearl Harbor / Black Hawk Down
Backdraft*
Rush
Sherlock Holmes (1 & 2)
Planet Earth II (main theme)*

Powell:
Bourne series*
How to Train Your Dragon (1 & 2)*
Kung Fu Panda (1 & 2)
Pan*
Hancock
Happy Feet
X-Men: The Last Stand*
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
The Italian Job
I Am Sam
Chicken Run

Gregson-Williams:
The Chronicles of Narnia (1 & 2)*
Shrek series*
The Town
Kingdom of Heaven*
Arthur Christmas*
Cowboys Vs Aliens
The Martian*
Prometheus (main theme)
The Zookeeper's Wife
Gone Baby Gone
Monkey Kingdom*
Prince of Persia*
Man on Fire
Passionada

Jablonsky:
Transformers series (especially #1)*
Ender's Game*
Ninja Turtles 2*
Deepwater Horizon
Pain & Gain
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Steamboy*
Lone Survivor
The Island
The Last Witch Hunter
Your Highness*
D-War

Jackman:
Captain America (2 & 3)*
Turbo
Wreck-It Ralph*
Puss In Boots
Kong: Skull Island
X-Men: First Class*
Kingsman*
The Birth of a Nation*
The Interview / This is the End
Captain Phillips
Winnie the Pooh

Zanelli:
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Disturbia
Pirates 5*
Into the West
The Ottoman Lieutenant
The Pacific

Balfe:
Lego Batman*
13 Hours
Genius
Ghost in the Shell (check it out on YouTube)
Terminator Genisys
The Bible series
Penguins of Madagascar
Home
Skylanders
Megamind

Mancina:
Moana*
Planes (1 & 2)
The Haunted Mansion*
Speed
Training Day
August Rush*
Tarzan*
Bad Boys

Rabin:
Armageddon *
National Treasure (1 & 2)*
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Flyboys
Glory Road


Macejko2017-08-10 12:10:10
Unvelievable that the release is once again this botched. There are at least two absolutely crucial and intense cues missing; instead we get two unnecessary variations of Supermarine. Goddammit...


Macejko2017-08-10 12:22:26
Sorry, wanted to make it as a separate post.


meta2017-08-10 14:09:47
what pieces might those be? Supermarine was intercut throughout the film...and I don't recall another piece outside of OIL or Home


Macejko2017-08-10 14:28:43
What I have in mind is the intesifying cue at the very beginning (ends with Mr. Dawson's boat leaving harbour/planes breaking formation - very memorable moment IMHO) and then the nerve-wreckig music that plays during the first drowning sequence (it gets repeated once again later in the film). I was disappointed to found neither on the album.


Meta2017-08-11 01:55:47
You got good ears because I honestly couldn't tell the difference....Much of it to me sounded like Oil when it wasn't sounding like Supermarine, and then if it wasn't sounding like Shivering Soldier, it was sounding like Variation 15 or the Mole....


bro2017-08-11 05:56:11
It's not a matter of good ears, it's a really long, different and really good cue. It's probably the best cue in the movie.


Ahmad2017-08-11 11:37:16
That cue is too good not to be on the album! It starts with a short string variation of the first 2 minutes of Supermarine then slowly turns into a variation of the last three minutes of "The Mole". So it's a hybrid of Supermarine and The Mole.

I was surprised by how different the film version of "Home" was.


mpolonest123 2017-08-11 14:50:25
@macjeko I could be wrong but the drowning cue sounded like a more intense, extended version of that tension build riff at 2:12 in "Despair" from TDKR. I'm sure that the studio will put out an fyc for the score, much like they did interstellar...


badbu2017-08-11 15:38:41
@mpolonest123 i hope so!!! :-) they drop the fyc (interstellar) 1 month after the movie, right?


mpolonest123 2017-08-11 16:40:27
@badbu Usually they drop the fyc closer to awards season. If I had to guess, probably November or December. That is if it still can qualify for an award (considering the main theme is an existing piece of music/more than one composer is credited)


Backbiter2017-08-12 17:46:22
I con not believe that no one has putted the King Arthur's Soundtrack


Kingfannypack2017-08-13 06:26:08
I feel embarassed to ask, but what is RCP?


isildur2017-08-13 10:50:42
Remote Control Productions. It's Hans' film score company.


Anonymous2017-08-13 17:03:17
More like his studio than "company"


James2017-08-13 20:34:40
The "budget meeting" piece is really so much funny!


SPECTER2017-08-14 04:27:36
For Hans this the best list you'll find. Only his most Elite and melodical scores are on this list.

Crimson Tide
The Rock
The Prince of Egypt
Gladiator
The Last Samurai
King Arthur
Tears of the Sun
Pirates of the Carribean 1-3
Interstellar
Batman Begins
The Dark Knight
Man of Steel
Chappie


Mephariel2017-08-14 06:27:42
@Specter

I am sorry, you want a list with Zimmer's most elite and melodical scores and you left out:

Beyond Rangoon
The Lion King
Driving Miss Daisy
Angels and Demons

and instead...put Chappie? I mean, I like Chappie, but come on...



Ds2017-08-15 00:43:51
I'll never understand why so many people dismiss Chappie. I think it's a brilliant score, as interesting as it is entertaining. It's very melodic in a typical HZ fashion, the electronics sounds partly modern, partly old school, and it's got some fantastic cues. Really, one of my favorites HZ scores in the last few years.


Meta2017-08-15 02:39:50
Are you kidding me? Chappie I consider MILES above Dunkirk, and even Inferno last year...

Best of 2015....


badbu2017-08-15 07:21:27
saw chappie last week for the first time. what a bad movie...jesus...the score is okay but nothing special


mpolonest123 2017-08-15 22:41:58
Yeah, Chappie really is one of the Z-Man's best scores as of late. For all the talk he does of innovating, both TASM2 and Chappie are pretty fresh as compared to BVS/Inferno/Dunkirk.

And yes, the film itself is a hot mess...


SPECTER2017-08-17 00:38:45
I just want to say that if CHAPPiEs score had been done with an orchestra or were to be remade with a live orchestra it would instantly become a hit.


Edmund Meinerts2017-08-17 08:37:54
If Chappie were redone with a live orchestra it would miss the point of that score entirely. And I'm saying that as someone for whom Zimmer's synth overdubs are an irritation most of the time...but that score is electronic at heart and soul, don't mess with it.


FaresTdkr2017-08-27 16:26:32
Hello I will suggest this albums in order:
Hans Zimmer:{all complete scores! Not original motion picture }
1:interstellar{complete 53 track score}
2:The Dark knight Triology{complete 3 Score}
3:The Last samurai
4:King Arthur
5:Pirates of the Caribbean 2,3 complete scores.
6:Lone ranger {rarely found complete score but there is one}
7:man of steel{General Zod theme}
8:Lost But won in Rush soundtrack.
9:Gladiator
Armand Amar{the most underestimated composer}
Every thing by armand Amar I have all his discography and never get enough from his work every year I wait for his release...
You can start By "Home"
Than go to "human"
Than La Terre vue de ciel"
After that you can decide if you want all the discography "I bet you will".
STEVEN PRICE:
1:Gravity
2:Fury
3:the Hunt{better to get Flac}
STEVE JABLONSKY:
TRANSFORMERS FIVE COMPLETE SCORES.
Other Composer you may want to check:
Danny Bensi{LA 92;The Gift}
Nick cave and warren ellis{The assassination of jessy james by the.."
Toygar Isikli!
Ilan Eshkeri {47 Ronin score}






Edmund Meinerts2017-08-27 17:04:34
Armand Amar is a very good composer, but nothing to do with RCP...

FaresTdkr reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-27 15:49:46
Hi I want to ask about a really nice soundtrack that I can't find anything about here I mean "Savage Kingdom" from Nat Geo Wild documentary by bleeding fingers "Hans Zimmer" company so please create topic about it! Thanks

SPECTER reply Replies: 1 || 2017-08-27 03:57:14
I love HZ and friends but I don't understand how their is so much discussion for this score. There was nothing melodical or memorable about this score to me. Interstellar, Chappie, Pirates 5, Transformers are superior listening experiences IMO.


Edmund Meinerts2017-08-27 15:33:48
There's lots of discussion because it's a Nolan/Zimmer scores and those are always Events with a capital E. I'm sure when Ferdinand by Powell comes it it will be a wonderful score and get about four comments (three of which will be by yours truly).

Frank reply Replies: 2 || 2017-08-26 23:56:04
Interesting to see the Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds is among Hans's thanking list. Did he actually participate in this project in any way?


...2017-08-27 09:24:17
No, but I'm pretty sure that Zimmer used some samples from a sample library that Olafur created with a company (those guys are also thanked here).


Kusi2017-08-27 10:47:29
o_O I didn't notice that. His Broadchurch scores are awesome :)

isildur reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-27 00:32:43
Excellent header guys. So fucking cool. Would like to see these often for major new RCP scores.

Der-Profl reply Replies: 3 || 2017-08-25 20:38:28
Does anyone know, if we will get some of the missing cues as bonus tracks in the future, for example the track when the start to carry the soldier to the mole? Or do we have to rip it from the movie like Nolan said in one of his interviews?


...2017-08-25 22:15:23
That cue is actually on the ost but it's a shortened alt (second part of the mole). The film version starts with the repeated notes played by the violin which then becomes faster and builds throughout! Let's hope there is a FYC like interstellar


Der-Profl2017-08-26 00:24:50
Yeah, I know, that it's in a shortened alternetive version there, but I love the build-up with the violin so much, that I want to have the film version of this cue.
Another cue which is missing and I want to have is the theme when a ship is sinking. I mean the sirene sounds that hit me really hard in the IMAX theatre and I thought wow. It's not a track which is really beautiful and worth listening over and over, but I think it's essential to the movies climax. The movie tiself is not really beautiful itself, too, because it's a war movie. (I hope you know what I want to say, because I'm a German and my ways to express myself in English is limited to a minimum I learned in school.)
And I have question to your reply, "...": What do you mean with FYC?


Waymann2017-08-26 12:07:24
FYC means For Your Consideration... Composers send in their scores to be nominated for the oscars and something missing cues end up in the tracks they provide the academy.

The cue you are talking about is definitly not on the OST. I have seen the film 4 times now and every time I think damn it's pitty this is not on the score instead of track 2.

JackAfrogarrix 2017 reply Replies: 12 || 2017-08-05 13:35:28
Best Movie Ever From Christopher Nolan And Awsome Score By Hans Zimmer. I See The Movie; It Intense War Film But Best Movie Ever Made .
And Hans Zimmer Had Made The Perfect Score With His Additional Music By Andrew Kawczynski, Andy Page & Percussion From Satnam Ramgotra

Great Work, Hans Zimmer


giles2017-08-05 14:33:05
Yep that post ^^^ pretty much sums up the already infamous Nolan fanboys. Delusional, illiterate teenagers who consider every movie this British hack makes to be DA BEST EVAAA. Can these kids be even more delusional and stupid? Doubt it. Oh and yes this score is one of Hans' weakest scores and he even knows it. Yet another example of how he's abusing his talent by working for that Nolan guy. Hans, if you're reading this, please go back to working with actual talented directors like Ridley Scott. What you and Ridley have accomplished is legendary. Do another one with him. And now cue the remaining 7 hardcore Nolan fan nerds who will start telling me how great that hack is by quoting critics and RT scores that no sane person cares about, and how I know nothing about film and film music.


Ds2017-08-05 15:02:47
Did you just reply to JackAfrogarrix? :-D


Joshua2017-08-05 20:53:17
@Ds LOL My thoughts exactly.


giles2017-08-05 21:30:53
Pay attention to what I said in my comment, not who I replied to. The stuff I said are 100% true, the entire world knows how dangerously stupid and ignorant these teen Nolan fannerds are, so don't try to avoid the topic by talking about other things.But if you're a butthurt Hack Nolan fanboy you would do anything to avoid the truth.Bet you also think this is the greatest HZ film score.


Ds2017-08-06 00:28:11
giles: please calm down, actually you are the one who sounds "butthurt" here. I have nothing against this movie, I actually liked it, even though it's far from Nolan's best. But it was too funny seeing such a serious and vehement anti-Nolan post right in reply to a standard Jack Afrogarix comment. Please have a look at the other soundtrack pages on this site, and learn to know this guy, you'll see he's not a Nolan fanboy. He's just... Jack Afrogarix.


Meta2017-08-06 01:40:05
Now, I don't think Nolan is a HACK. To me his movies are pretty much any storyline disassembled and put in different places, like a puzzle, to make the movie more nuanced and such. Which is nice, if you're into that kind of shit and are bored of straightforward storytelling antics...Tarantino does this sort of thing and many find it refreshing.

Still, I don't think he's a GOD either, because take away those little twists and turns that he does and you've got, again, a straightforward story which is much like any other story or movie...and if it wasn't for say, Zimmer and company, he may not have gotten such recognition as he's had over the years, so I don't think it's ALL his own doing.

I will say, however, he's no M. KNIGHT SHAMALAYAN.



James2017-08-06 02:39:57
Nolan interferes, but has never been decisive about the sucess of MV/RCP. On the other hand, Bruckheimer and co. Always have been.

But that doesn't deny nolans importance to zimmers career. He has been his refuge in recent years


Meta2017-08-06 14:25:08
Oh I agree, James. Bruckheimer before him, and now Nolan. Nothing wrong with that...I'd rather work with people who I dig than people I don't dig. But from all the Zimmer scores I've heard over the years I can tell when it's a listenable experience or just sound design. This one is more sound design than the former. I suppose Nolan grants him the leeway to experiment?

Anyway, I don't listen to Dunkirk unless I want to feel intense anxiety for over an hour...That's not exactly a good listening experience for me.



James2017-08-06 15:43:33
In a interview Hans said that score is a result of the work of a one man: Nolan, who led his hands and the other guys who worked with him. He said too that is the most collaborative work of his entire career. I think thatmeans a lot.



James2017-08-06 15:47:29
I think the director's choices prevaleid here.Nolan even apologizes for making the musicians play pieces so unattractives. Lol


James2017-08-06 16:37:35
Thank you,man!


Bolidzar2017-08-15 21:11:08
@giles -- ridicule Nolan fan boys and hammer Nolan's work, only to turn around and provide fanboy service to current hack Ridley Scott, destroying your own argument.

Kuba reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-11 23:19:34
Joker easter egg?

imgur. com/a/Au3cS

Thanks for Hans @ Nolan - *****




ben reply Replies: 4 || 2017-08-03 23:17:32
whats the name of music in dunkirk trailer??


Ben2017-08-04 20:19:12
Please tell &#128546;&#128546;&#128546;&#128546;&#128546;


James2017-08-04 20:57:05
I'm also curious to know who is the author of this piece.

I think it's Hans Zimmer or somebody who worked with him (Balfe, Zack, Mazzaro ...) since no one has taken the credits so far.


Ahmad 2017-08-05 02:48:57
Which trailer?

60sec teaser = Zimmer

Trailer 1 = "The End" by Bobby Krlic + music specifically written for the trailer by an agency (not part of the score)

Main Trailer = Music by David James Rosen.


James2017-08-06 16:38:49
Thank you, man!

Miguel reply Replies: 4 || 2017-08-04 21:23:12
Looks like Balfe is doing Nightwing !!!!! Amazing news


James2017-08-05 02:17:56
Animation or live action?


Pete2017-08-05 03:09:10
Live action


theeaglesfan0052017-08-05 03:12:18
"news"

This is what McKay said on twitter:

"Don't sleep on @Lornebalfe !! Lorne is amazing and can do anything and there hasn't been a movie that's used his full potential...yet!"


Mike2017-08-05 05:42:15
Interesting what the director says about the lack of melody in recent super hero movies . He is true though and balfe sure can write a melody

Dimitris Krommidas reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-04 15:07:36
The album arrived today. Glad to have it.

Dragonseeker reply Replies: 15 || 2017-07-23 23:35:32
Do you guys think Dunkirk will be disqualify from the Oscars because the score used Elgar's theme? Similar to how Johannson was disqualified for using Richter's piece.


Hybrid Soldier2017-07-23 23:42:34
Hans probably hopes so... Warner not so much... lol


Ahmad2017-07-24 00:04:47
Lol, why though?
But yeah I think it will get disqualified. Maybe it'll get a Golden Globe.


Laura2017-07-24 03:53:38
It was so obvious if you know Elgar's composition, Nimrod.


0-cool2017-07-24 22:50:09
Why would Hans hope so? He always seems to be proud and passionate about his Nolan scores and having scored a Nolan movie.


Hybrid Soldier2017-07-24 23:35:49
I'm only talking about o.s.c.a.r.s... Not Nolan !


Gotham Rogue2017-07-25 01:02:30
I think the big difference with Johansson/Richter vs Zimmer/Elgar is that Elgar wrote his Enigma variations in the late 1800s, whereas Richter wrote his piece in 2004. That being said, I hope Elagr's theme won't disqualify him!


Ahmad2017-07-25 05:40:16
I don't think it's about when the piece was composed, it's about how much influence it's going to have on voters. Apparently, the academy thinks that voters can't judge a score subjectively when existing music is used. Plus the credits and additional music won't help it's chances. I think the main difference between this and the Arrival situation is that Nimrod wasn't just pin dropped, it was reworked specifically for the film but it's still not original and "original score" is an important word to remember, plus it wasn't even reworked by Hans himself.



Waymann2017-07-25 09:07:11
Nah, i would rather have Dunkirk win both sounds award instead of the score award. The sound in Dunkirk is masterful and the score is woven into the sound design. As a stand alone not so strong... I think there are better scores this year who deverse the award more.


Zimson2017-07-26 11:16:41
The Academy is composed of 60+ year old bourgeois. They can't differeniate between score and songs on disney soundtracks and they'll often just vote for the score of the movie they liked best. Studios also tried to bribe academy members in the past. Big award season movies even have an "Oscar budget".
So who cares what they think? I'd rather look forward to the world soundtrack awards.


Gotham Rogue2017-07-27 08:24:01
The reason I believe it partially depends on the piece's composition date is because of copyright laws. Arrival had to pay rights to use Richter's piece, just like if it had used a pop song, and I believe this played a big factor in its disqualification. Elgar's piece is public domain now, so it would be like if a score had included a Mozart sonata (extreme comparison).


badbu2017-07-27 08:38:57
Bill Conti gets an Oscar...so...i think Hans get a nomination


Iamtommie2017-08-02 11:47:00
Last year John Ottman was on the Oscar shortlist for X-Men: Apocalypse. He used a piece of Beethoven in the track 'Beethoven Havok'. So if he gets on the shortlist for something like that I think Hans should get a nomination because I read in an interview that they used Elgar's theme but in tuere own way. They did something with layers or something. So I hope he'll get a nomination.


Mephariel2017-08-02 19:45:30
I am not sure if the music being public domain matters or not. Maybe someone else has a better understanding of this but didn't Lesley Barber got disqualified for Manchester By The Sea because she used classical composition throughout, including music from George Frideric Handel?


Gotham Rogue2017-08-03 17:55:19
Per Rule 15 II E of the Academy’s rules and eligibility guidelines, a score “shall not be eligible if it has been diluted by the use of pre-existing music, or it has been diminished in impact by the predominant use of songs or any music not composed specifically for the film by the submitting composer.”


Petre2017-08-04 05:04:20
In that case they should for the Oscars have zimmer , wallfish and balfe listed . It seems pretty obvious what everyone contrabuted

Mephariel reply Replies: 8 || 2017-08-01 04:02:39
Zimmer scoring X-Men: Dark Phoenix? Maybe? :)

https://twitter.com/HansZimmerLive/status/891995829187334145


badbu2017-08-01 07:40:39
never! Ottmann again ;-)


Edmund Meinerts2017-08-01 23:38:10
They oughta get Powell back!


Mephariel2017-08-02 01:53:42
Powell doesn't need another bombastic score. He already has Han Solo. If anything, I want to see Powell score something atmospheric.

Zimmer on the other hand, is due for a bombastic fun score.


Edmund Meinerts2017-08-02 14:50:53
Wrong. Powell ALWAYS needs another bombastic score. Can't write enough of them.

I mean, not that Zimmer isn't due as well!


Saurabh2017-08-03 01:41:26
The world needs more of bombastic Powell firing on all cylinders. His X-men 3 was the best for me with the crappy movie being unworthy of Powell's raw orchestral fury. Can't wait for Ferdinand.


isildur2017-08-03 09:31:30
If it was up to you Edmund, Powell will score every movie out there.


James2017-08-03 16:38:03
You remember of "Phoenix Rises"?


James2017-08-03 16:38:49
Would be amazing!

badbu reply Replies: 1 || 2017-08-03 07:33:04
Hybrid? Please...this is not a "info about upcoming scores" thread...can you delete it?


Tyler2017-08-03 11:32:36
Lol someones getting butthurt... if it bothers you that much then leave

Metrics reply Replies: 2 || 2017-08-03 04:29:34
Any news if Balfe is helping on Bladerunner ????? What he did on Ghost in The Shell was like a modern Vangeles .


Michael 2017-08-03 05:16:17
Have to agree with you because even though the film wasn't the best the soundtrack created another legal of what Vangelis would create . Was. It a fan of Balfe before but this showed a more interesting side to his style



Mephariel2017-08-03 06:45:16
It is curious that he chose Wallfisch. Maybe the score won't be as synth dominant as we thought? You would think he would go straight for Andrew Kawczynski (I am so glad he didn't).

Jijo reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-02 11:27:59
Great analysis here !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVWTQcZbLgY

Scorefan reply Replies: 24 || 2017-07-29 20:11:48
Blade Runner 2049 to feature music by Hans Zimmer according to filmmusicreporter

h t t p : //filmmusicreporter.com/2017/07/29/blade-runner-2049-to-feat ure-music-by-hans-zimmer/


Blade2017-07-29 23:29:32
@Hybrid any news on this?


Hybrid Soldier2017-07-30 09:09:55
Well what to say, that's true !


JBSO992017-07-30 09:34:21
Well, that are great news. Since I knew from this movie, I was expecting Zimmer, Balfe or someone similar to them yo score this.
Johansson was the obvious choice because of his usual collaborations wish Tje director but I think thrir collaboration will be great.


Ahmad2017-07-30 13:32:28
I was already excited to see BR2049 and hear what JJ did with it, now I'm BEYOND excited. JJ & Zimmer? Awesome.


Andrew 2017-07-30 15:05:08
The Ghost in the Shell score was amazing . It was very Vangelis but more modern . Hope Zimmer does something like this .


Bill Koufo2017-07-30 20:10:32
Is Hans going to get a composer credit for BR, or just Additional music?


James2017-07-30 20:56:16
Good question.
It's hard to imagine how much work he could produce in those 10 days.
I suppose he will be credited as co-composer, as in the TV series in which he does just the main theme.


Hedon2017-07-30 22:47:04
He has enough composers to compose a full score in 10 days if they need it. Back in the old days Hans did a full score pretty much himself in a couple of weeks, with 90's digital equipment.


James2017-07-31 01:00:45
In this case, these are just a few cues.


Paters2017-07-31 03:22:28
The Ghost in the Shell was very Vangelis but with orchestral elements . Worked very successfully .


Mike782017-08-01 02:15:38
Very true about Ghost sounding vangeles but the orchestra was stunning and brought life to the electronic score - wish they would release the soundtrack now


Saurabh2017-08-01 04:04:41
I think Wallfisch will handle the bulk of the duties here with Hans overseeing the production with little actual contribution. Wallfisch has tremendous talent when it comes to orchestral works but I'm not aware of his electronic chops.


Waymann2017-08-01 09:03:52
In my opinion Wallfisch delivered the best score of the year so far from RCP. A Cure For Wellness is a fantastic score and him working on Blade Runner 2 sounds promising.


MrZimmerFan2017-08-01 10:00:54
You forget the next Friday is releasing his next score: Annabelle 2 and for September, IT



Waymann2017-08-01 10:26:59
Didn't know he was going to do Annabelle 2. Not a big fan of horror scores though but we'll see what he comes up with. Movie gets great reviews so hopefully this will be something.


Waymann2017-08-01 10:31:57
I also just found out that Wallfisch did 2 of my favorite cues on the Atonement soundtrack. Elegy for Dunkirk and Denouement. Funny he worked on Dunkirk and did music for that masterful long take in Atonement at the Dunkirk Beach.


isildur2017-08-01 11:36:42
@Saurabh I don't think it's exactly true. Hans' Rollingstones interview mentions he is working in the nights while he's touring.


James2017-08-01 16:22:36
@Waymann

Marianelli composed these tracks. Wallfisch was one of the orchestrators and conductors.


James2017-08-01 16:27:00
@Isildur

He says he worked during the break between presentations in Europe and the United States.
In another May interview he said composing on the bus, but I believe he was talking about Dunkirk.


Waymann2017-08-01 16:27:59
Yeah, just read it too when I dove a little bit deeper into that score. But still a small connection to Dunkirk ;)


Mike2017-08-01 17:08:53
I wouldn't say Cure was the best score !!!!! Balfe and Zimmer's score to Genius was ..... GENIUS !!!!


isildur2017-08-01 18:47:02
@James. Yes I remember. But that was while touring the EU. This Rollingstones interview was very recent when he came back to US for his tour and he also said "My lawyers told me not to talk about it". It's not like he can't talk about Dunkirk now. That just leaves BR2049.


Mike (OTM)2017-08-01 19:41:29
Hans once said during a Reddit AMA that, if he could score one movie that another composer got to first, it would have been Blade Runner. He also said he loves what Vangelis did. So this should be interesting indeed.


Waymann2017-08-02 08:48:41
@Mike Nah, i'm probably the only one here but I didn't think much of the Genius score...

babdu reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-02 07:19:52
btw...this is the thread for Dunkirk...

Dragonseeker reply Replies: 30 || 2017-07-28 18:10:41
From RollingStone.com

Between Zimmer's Europe and America tours:

"His own break wasn't much of one. He says he went back and worked on a soundtrack until 2 a.m. every night. (As for which movie: "My lawyer actually said to me, 'You know when you sign these non-disclosure agreements, this one, please take it seriously and don't even tell your family.'")"

What movie do you guys think he is working on? Can't be Blue Planet II since we know about that. And can't be Dunkirk.


Ahmad2017-07-28 18:17:29
I have a guess in my head but I'm still doubting it... Clue: RH.


James2017-07-28 19:09:53
RH = Ron Howard?
I do not think so.
He has never been involved with SW before. And JP does not need it.
Warner maybe(Justice League).
Or some future project.


Dragonseeker2017-07-28 19:27:18
RH stands for Ron Howard? The only score that makes sense was Han Solo but John Powell is scoring that.


Ahmad2017-07-28 21:12:35
Oh! I didn't know about John Powell's involvement. That debunks the theory.
Well, he was done with Dunkirk before he went on the European leg of the tour. Justice League is in the hands on Elfman. I don't know. Is there a big movie coming up that requires this secrecy?


Ahmad2017-07-28 21:14:04
*hands of Elfman


James2017-07-29 03:14:08
The next Bond movie of 2019? ^^



James2017-07-29 03:15:35
Or maybe a little project.


Lynk2017-07-29 07:06:32
What known upcoming films could be considered important enough to warrant a NDA clause in a contract...

If it is something that requires the composer to work until 2am straight after a concert everyday then I reckon it must be something with a very tight schedule. Likely a 2017 title.

Blade Runner 2049 and Geostorm could be candidates here - assuming he is still not willing to do another superhero flick.

Han Solo can only become a JP/HZ collaboration at worst. No way is Hans letting his friend out of this one; especially not after the big announcement.


Joshua2017-07-29 07:44:34
The Lion King?......


geheim2017-07-29 09:12:11
I hope it is Lion King, I'd love to see Hans coming back to this :)


anon2017-07-29 16:36:51
apparently Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch are contributing to BR2049??


Ahmad2017-07-29 17:06:45
Amazing if true!


James2017-07-29 18:27:51
Marketing maybe? ;)


anon2017-07-29 19:18:16
Confirmed by DV
pressreader com/france/studio-ciné-live/20170628/282007557396521


isildur2017-07-29 19:59:34
Can you translate what exactly it says?


anon2017-07-29 20:50:00
Johann composed the main theme…but given the scale of the task, Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer joined the team to help Johann. We have Johann's breathtaking atmospheric sounds, but I needed other things also, and Hans helped us.


isildur2017-07-29 21:05:42
Thanks.


Hedon2017-07-29 21:22:04
Yes, they needed Hans' broad expertise on synthesizers and electronics to create a proper soundscape and someone who could actually create a theme. Apart from Vangelis, Zimmer would be the obvious choice. It bothers me they didn't hire him from the start, imagine what he and his team of electronic score artists could have done with this.

Actually I would have liked to see a collaboration between Harry Gregson-Williams and Zimmer for this one. In The Martian, HGW proved he could make Vangelis like sounds and melody. I'm not sure how skilled Wallfish is in the world of electronic music, but for the orchestral parts he would be suited. I would like to see Matthew Margeson on board as well for additional music. Even Andrew Kawczynski as solo composer would have been a better choice than Johansson for this movie.


0-cool2017-07-29 22:01:56
So with Wallfisch also being involved it means that it won't be all electronic? Or is Wallfisch adept in synth?


Mpolonest123 2017-07-29 23:32:05
So glad to hear this! I honestly think Wallfisch is the next Lorne Balfe in terms of increasing popularity (and he's just as talented). I wonder if this was a result of the focus groups? Johann Johannsson isn't a bad composer but I can't see him doing a convincing BR score.


Dimitris Krommidas2017-07-29 23:48:48
Can't find enyone else better than Zimmer &#964;&#959; do this.
He always says he loves Blade Runner and Vangelis.


Andrew2017-07-29 23:49:18
I wouldn't say Ben is the next Lorne Balfe !!! Balfe's writes amazing melodies and has a unique style . Original like Powell etc . Hope he is working on Blade Runner especially after watching Ghost in The Shell.


James2017-07-29 23:52:45
These are sad news.
Means that none of the three composers will be 100% invested in the project.


James 2017-07-29 23:56:37
@Andrew

Ben is a composer undoubtedly better than Balfe, but I think he did not refer to the quality of the your work body, but to his constant collaborations in Zimmer's recent projects.


mpolonest123 2017-07-30 00:07:51
Never said he was more talented than Balfe, but he's definitely someone with a great sense of writing themes and style. Just listen to A Cure for Wellness or any of his collabs with Zimmer. Obviously he doesn't sound like Balfe, just like Zanelli doesn't sound like Djawadi.


James2017-07-30 00:38:54
Yes. You did not say, I did.

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What @Andrew understood

"I wouldn't say Ben is the next Lorne Balfe !!! Balfe's writes amazing melodies and has a unique style."

He compared the two showing preference to Balfe. I responded showing preference to Wallsfish and explained that the your quote there referred to the fact that Wallsfisch is always putting together with Zimmer's recents works as Lorne did/does.

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"Wallfisch is the next Lorne Balfe in terms of increasing popularity"

Wallfisch was already internationally known before even collaborating with Zimmer. This is a fact.


Miguel 2017-07-30 00:58:00
Hope Balfe is working on this with Zimmer because if they have the same electronic sounds as Ghost in the Shell then it will be amazing .


Mikel2017-07-30 01:01:22
Have to agree that Balfe's music is definatly much better . Assassins Creed and
Call of Duty will always be high on my list of soundtracks


Anton2017-07-30 01:31:53
Asssassins Creed Washington was one of the best game scores ever


mpolonest123 2017-07-30 03:43:26
@James
I know, I was just clarifying that I don't necessarily want to compare one to another. And Wallfish was known before but it seems that he is starting to get more individual high-profile projects now. Really excited to hear what he is going to do for "It".

Back on topic, I really am glad Zimmer is on board for this project. Considering one of his big inspirations was Vangelis it makes perfect sense.

Farid SEFFAR reply Replies: 2 || 2017-07-29 00:21:17
Hello
I'm looking for the name of the music used in Dunkirk's trailer.
Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lRVyHvvtCo
Thank you


Ahmad2017-07-29 01:55:29
The trailer uses two tracks. The first one is "The End" by Bobby Krlic and the second one was made specifically for the trailer by a music agency and is yet to be released.

Of course there's a lot of editing and tweaking done to "The End" by music editors.


Farid SEFFAR2017-07-29 18:05:30
Thank you Ahmad for this information, what interests me is the second piece. so i will wait for its publication. thanks again.

freak reply Replies: 1 || 2017-07-29 06:44:19
Please release the complete soundtrack


Bob2017-07-29 06:50:32
Few Missing cues
1) English Only ( Carrying the stretcher)
2)Torpedo ( Tom and Alex Evacuation)
3) Moonstone passing by destroyer
4) Collin's crash landing

Soroush reply Replies: 1 || 2017-07-28 22:08:38
When I listened to this for the first time, I remembered the difference between Gravity score(by Steven Price) and Interstellar score(by Hans).
It's a personal opinion, but I think there is a difference between this score and Fury(again by Steven Price) which is similar to what I mentioned earlier.

it's too exciting for me. The way that each composer looks at things and finally an extraordinary artwork appears.


Catastrophic Jones2017-07-29 03:04:36
Not to mention Interstellar has the same number of tracks as gravity, and the same duration (maybe off by a minute) very interesting indeed...

Mike (OTM) reply Replies: 0 || 2017-07-29 03:04:21
This comment from Hans is enlightening (and it encourages me, because it indicates that, despite his recent output, he's not so far gone):

"Can I say something rude? This score is Chris Nolan’s score. This movie is one man’s vision. It doesn’t matter if it was Elgar, or Hans Zimmer, or Ben Wallfisch — there was not a moment where I would move my hand where I wouldn’t feel Chris’s hand on my hand, reaching for the notes. This was the closest collaboration that I ever had with a director where even though he would never ever play a note, he somehow played every note that was in that score."

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