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A Celebration? It's actually on youtube now.Got it. I assumed as much for the first 3. Thanks.hahahaha ... crack, sorry. Well so far there is no news of anything. Only the video that one track and one with Dave, but it's a preview.<br>I'm not sure how to get news on this, I really would like to get it hahaha.Isabel Suite = Isabel the Strong<br>Thadeous Suite = Thadeous<br>The Quest Suite = Let Us Quest!<br><br>End credits is probably ripped from the film.> Fair enough, but I know for a fact that Steve was inspired by Harry Potter because of the complete score track "Tavern Fighting (Part 1)". The end of that track has a direct reference to The Chamber of Secrets theme from the second film.<br><br>Nice catch. Those are very similar.<br><br>Btw, I have some "expanded" version of the score, which seems to be identical to the complete score on this site, aside from the fact that it's missing the last 4 tracks. Do those have equivalents in the regular release?
Yes, I was referring to A Celebration. "It's out there" as in "it can be obtained unofficially". Were you referring to the Sia track? That is on Bleeding Fingers' site.no, but you can find it on the bleeding fingers page.<br>it also doesn't look like planet eart: a celebration has a release :(Well, it's out there. Looks like no official release?> He's just posted in his Instagram story that in 9 days he has more interesting stuff coming.<br><br>Today's status says it's his "first published film score". That sounds like awesome news. I really hope this starts a trend...<br><br>I imagine having your own label-thing helps for stuff like expanded releases and sheet music?can you produce track for me?
How do I become your apprentice? tremblayliam@yahoo.comGreenland is so good!<br><br>Nice mix between kids choir, electronics and orchestra, remind me to San Andreas a little.Never listen the complete score, so i can't comment about thatFair enough, but I know for a fact that Steve was inspired by Harry Potter because of the complete score track "Tavern Fighting (Part 1)". The end of that track has a direct reference to The Chamber of Secrets theme from the second film.I GOT HIS AUTOGRAPH!!!!!!
Dark Phoneix is more playable than Dunkirk, more thematic in my opinion, and don't agree with that opinions saying are the same, specially when Dark Phoenix has more in common with the early 2010s and some of the 90s score by Zimmer.I don't find the similarities between Playful Secrets and Home Alone, mostly the track (and the most part of the score) reminds more to Danny Elfman than John Williams, even Goldsmith, which his synthesizers sounds, are pretty unique, much more than Jablonsky in this score, but i give that sounds like a 80s synthesizer.Please Inception be next!!<br>There are tons of music in the film that didn't make it to the soundtrack.That's great. I personally like Dark Phoenix more than dunkirk, I feel pretty good visiting Xperiments.<br><br>The funny thing (and I can identify with your anecdote), is that every time I do homework with my son, I put music on him (not just Hans), but he also gets to recognize just by listening to a fragment or the main theme, a example is le petit prince, the lion king and the hobbit., among others recognizes them. He's only 4 years old and I'm funny because he asks me for music to do his battles.<br>quite an experience hahaI have a feeling Hans doesn’t even know about this release lol. It’s so lazily done. I hope the packaging makes up for it tho. <br><br>I’m crossing my fingers for Dunkirk but I don’t think it’ll ever happen. That
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Nick Glennie-SmithNathan Stornetta
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Les Musiques Du Puy Du Fou
Label: Warner Classics
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  1. Le Marchand De Quenouilles (From "La Cinéscénie") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (2:34)
  2. Duo Pastoral (From "Le Secret De La Lance") (Carlos Nunez) (1:14)
  3. N'Kara's Theme (From "Attila") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (1:53)
  4. Introduction (From "Les Chevaliers De La table Ronde") (Frédéric Dunis) (2:13)
  5. Le Concerto De L'Adieu (from "Les Orgues De Fer") (Prague Symphonic Ensemble) (2:20)
  6. La Parade (From "Le Signe Du Triomphe") (Nathan Stornetta) (3:35)
  7. The Masked Ball (From "The Man In The Iron Mask") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (1:30)
  8. Brest (From "Le dernier Panache") (Nathan Stornetta) (1:41)
  9. Le Combat (From "Les Chevaliers De La Table Ronde") (Fédéric Dunis) (1:02)
  10. Agitator (From "Le Signe Du Triomphe") (Nathan Stornetta) (2:19)
  11. To Rome (From "Attila") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (2:52)
  12. La Danse Des Cabosses (From "Le Dernier Panache") (Nathan Stornetta) (1:36)
  13. Les Cavaliers Voltigeurs (From "Le Secret De La Lance") (Carlos Nunez) (3:37)
  14. Le Ballet Vénitien (From "La Cinéscénie") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (2:18)
  15. Le Final (From "Les Chevaliers De La Table Ronde") (Frédéric Dunis) (1:29)
  16. L'Arrivée De Jeanne (from "Le Secret De La Lance") (Carlos Nunez) (2:03)
  17. Omnia Vincit Amor (From "Le Signe Du Triomphe") (Nathan Stornetta) (2:41)
  18. Rien Ne Se Perd Jamais (From "Le Dernier Panache") (Nathan Stornetta) (3:56)
  19. Le Ballet D'Hiver (from "La Cinéscénie") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (2:19)
  20. Le Final (From "La Cinéscénie") (Nick Glennie-Smith) (3:38)
  21. Le Ballet Des Sapeurs (From "Le Ballet Des Sapeurs") (Nathan Stornetta) (8:22)
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