"Aria Da Capo" From Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 Written by Johann Sebastian Bach Performed by Glenn Gould
"Gourmet Valse Tartare" Written & Produced by Klaus Badelt Performed by The Lyndhurst Orchestra
"Firenze Di Notte" Written by Martin Tillman & Mel Wesson
"Vide Cor Meum" Written by Patrick Cassidy Libretto taken from Dante's "La Vita Nuova" Produced by Patrick Cassidy & Hans Zimmer Performed by Danielle De Niese & Bruno Lazzaretti
Executive Soundtrack Producer: Ridley Scott Music Composed by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer & Pietro Scalia Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce Fowler Ambient Music Design by Mel Wesson Recorded by Alan Meyerson & Slamm Andrews Mixed by Alan Meyerson Music Editors: Marc Streitenfeld & Vicki Hiatt Music Production Supervisor: Gretchen O'Neal Additional Arrangements by Jim Dooley, Steve Jablonsky & Geoff Zanelli Additional Orchestrations by Ladd McIntosh, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Walter Fowler & Elizabeth Finch Samples Coordinator: Bart Hendrickson Music Production Services Provided by Media Ventures, Santa Monica, CA
Engineers for Media Ventures: Gregg Silk & Kevin Globerman Recorded at Air Lyndhurst, London
Performed by The Lyndhurst Orchestra Boys Choir: Libera Director: Robert Prizeman Boys Choir Conducted by Rupert Gregson-Williams London Music Coordinator: Maggie Rodford for Air-Edel Associates Ltd.
Music Preparation: Tony Stanton Musician & Choral Contractor: Tonia Davall Assistant Engineers for Air Studios: Nick Wollage, Jake Jackson, Neale Ricotti & Becca Gatrell Orchestra Leader: Gavyn Wright Assistants to Hans Zimmer: Moanike'ala Nakamoto, Adam Barber & Clay Duncan
Featured Performers: Cello: Martin Tillman Solo Trombone: Bruce Fowler Soprano: Danielle De Niese Tenor: Bruno Lazzaretti Lyndhurst Orchestra Cello Soloist: Anthony Pleeth Additional Vocals: Olive Simpsons
Executives in Charge of Music for Universal Pictures: Kathy Nelson & Harry Garfield Executive in Charge of Music for MGM: Anita Camarata Chairman, Universal Classics Group: Chris Roberts Soundtrack Coordination: Randy Dry Music Business Affairs: Phil Cohen
Hans would like to thank: Ridley Scott, Dino De Laurentiis, Marthan De Laurentiis, Branko Lustig, Sir Anthony Hopkins & Thomas Harris
Dante Alighieri, Johann Sebastian Bach, Francis Bacon, Arnold Böcklin, The Capponi Library, Gustav Mahler & Johann Strauss II
Karen Baker, Tom Broderick, Emma Burnham, Ronni Chasen, Judith Daniel, Bob Daspit, Ramin Djawadi, Giannina Facio, Nick Glennie-Smith, Michael Gorfaine, Harry Gregson-Williams, Per Hallberg, D.M. Hemphill, Mike Henein, James Newton Howard, Marc Johnston, Teresa Kelly, Milly Leigh, Nick Livesey, Henning Lohner, Paul Massey, John Mathieson, Jay Rifkin, Jeff Rona, Joseph Rothchild, Steven Sacks, Sam Schwartz, Wesley Sewell, Stacey Snider, Fulvio Valsangiancomo, Beth Vitallo, Chisako Yokohama, Jake Zimmer, Suzanne Zimmer, Zoe Zimmer, The Media Ventures Team
Universal & MGM would like to thank: Fred Brown, Mark Cavell, Kaylin Frank, Robert Gasper, Bret Johnson, Trevor Kezios, Tracey Levine, Kevin Misher, Mary Parent, Michael Rogers, Chris Saranec & everyone at MGM & Universal
Release date : 02/06/2001
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I yust realized that alan silvestri or zemeckis used the end of let my home be my gallows in beowulf. anybody knows what the fuck happened? because if you watch the end credits, there's absolutely nothing there about this. no special thanks to HZ. no let my home be my gallows is from hannibal. nothing... also beowulf is WB and paramount, hannibal is universal...
Oh God, oh Hans, please, give us the reccording sessions ! Without Hopkins voice I beg you ! This score is one of the best of Hans by far, yet so underrated !
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I hope La La Land or Intrada will release an expanded version of this one. And indeed without the voice-over. While I think it works somewhat on Dear Clarice it's annoying as hell on Let My Home Be My Gallows
A great score, a different horror style, than hides the evil behind beutiful and elegant melodies, that way is more sinister without stop to be wonderful. The best way to define Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Hans Zimmer and their pleople did it, a score may make you feel terrified and marveled in same time
1: Aria da Capo 2: Capponi Libary 3: Virtue 4: Come after you 5: Adjust to the Darkness/ Mason Verger meeting 6: An der Schonen 7: Eating the Nurse 8: Scen of Lecter 9: Investegation 10: Firenze di Notte 11: The Burning Heart 12: Let my home be my gallows 13: Lecter Hunt 14: The Abducting 15: Bring him home 16: Gourment Valse Tartare 17: Afthermath 18: Seat of Good Manners 19: to every Captive sould 20: Vide Cor Meum 21: Bang
i Also got a cue called "Rinaldo Pazzi", its the same as "Investegation" only shorter. And one called "Inferno" wich is the same as eating the nurse only longer.
I'd love to see a complete score for this. Pazzi theme is lovely. Everyone seems hopeful for another recording sessions leak of some other film. I of course just want to see Hannibal and Inception, but alas I'm just another beggar alone in his quest for these holy grails.
You're not alone bud, I want this too :)
From all the "expandeds" out there, which is best in terms of content?
I would use the ost and the bonus tracks from magic music box and klaus badelt (in terms of sfx free).
Magic Box Music did compose music for Hannibal? I don't see any tracks from them on their site..
I don't think magicbox music ever composed cues for Hannibal...
Klaus Badelt cues are all heard in the official soundtrack CD (fully developped).
But Geoff Zanelli's website contains at least 2 or 3 unreleased cues, and there's a Steve Jablonsky promo with one unreleased cue.
Whats the name of the SJ promo??
I'm sorry, I didn't mean magic music box, I meant geoff zanelli's website. my mistake
I don't think it's a Jablonsky promo. If it is what I'm thinking of, then it's the 2-disc expanded score. It's a 9 minute piece called "Adagio"
There are no "2CD expanded promo" for Hannibal. I mean, of course, there are a lot of fanmade "promos" around, but they are... fanmade.
I know both movie and score by heart, and I can confirm that all those "expanded editions" are fake. They combine music from the OST with another source that has nothing to do with Hannibal. Many years ago, some guys claimed to have an expanded score with some "Steve Jablonsky's rejected/alternate music" but the cues had nothing to do with the movie, and furthermore, they even had nothing to do with Jablonsky...
Dakota, getting unreleased music is always fun, but I think you should at least verify the new music is actually in the movie (or composed for it)... I don't see the point in collecting extended scores if you don't even know what's on them. Hannibal is all about those impatient guys that are ready to put pointless things on a CD in order to claim "I have more music". Adagio has nothing to do with the film score, nothing to do with SJ, nothing to do with any part of Zimmer's working process. It's like adding some Winnie the Pooh music in the middle of Steamboy and claiming it's expanded ! The SJ cue I was refering to, originally, is named "Lecter Kidnapped".
Trust me, film music promos from Geoff Zanelli, Steve Jablonsky and Klaus Badelt are the only sources that contain REAL HANNIBAL UNRELEASED MUSIC. Although all the music from Badelt is already featured on the OST.
Anonymous, minimum service would be at least to pick a name before asking questions here. About the promo, it was called SJ Film Music...
Dawn, I never said I even have that. I've never seen Hannibal, I don't have the soundtrack, and therefore I have no idea what music is on it, or what it even sounds like. This cue you mentioned I thought might have possibly been that 9 minute track. I was just trying to help. Scores I do collect I have usually seen the film to, therefore knowing what music belongs on it or not.
1. Dear Clarice (Feat. Anthony Hopkins) (6:02) 2. Aria Da Capo - Written by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Glenn Gould (1:48) 3. The Capponi Library (1:14) 4. Gourmet Valse Tartare - Composed by Klaus Badelt (6:50) 5. Avarice (3:54) 6. For A Small Stipend (0:55) 7. Firenze Di Notte - Composed by Martin Tillman and Mel Wesson (3:09) 8. Virtue (4:37) 9. Let My Home Be My Gallows (Feat. Anthony Hopkins) (10:00) 10. The Burning Heart (Feat. Anthony Hopkins) (4:24) 11. The Every Captive Soul (6:53) 12. Vide Cor Meum (Feat. Anthony Hopkins) - Composed by Patrick Cassidy, Libretto from Dante's "La Vita Nuova" (4:20)
A fantastic music. I love this score more than the movie. But, the voice of Anthony Hopkins insert in the music i dont like, I preffer only the score, without voices. I´m waiting for a bootleg with the score isolated. an embreance!!!! Mikel ( Spain)