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If Steffen & Max did anything, it's arrange Lorne's cues...Personally, I don´t think that Aruj and Thum got a chance (or time) to write anything for this film, but I may be wrong... who knowsIn which tracks does William's sad theme appear?Alright, these are my speculations on the credits for this version, mixed with what we already know about it from Soundclouds/websites/etc.<br><br>What we know:<br>Luke Richards - Today We Hunt, Running Out Of Tomorrows, Ospreys<br>Lorne Balfe - Battlefield<br><br>Gary Dworetsky - Final 50 seconds of Calling All Autobots<br><br>My personal speculation:<br>David Fleming - Drone Chase, Dive<br><br>Gary Dworetsky - History of Transformers<br><br>Max Aruj & Steffen Thum - Vivian Follows Merlin, Claim The Staff<br><br>I have no sources to back this up, these are just my guesses based on what I feel these composers' styles are.I watched the movie yesterday. Unfortunately,the songs are in Portuguese here, in Brazil (even "Spirit"! ). But Hans' work is still amazing, intense, he's stolen the show again!
Saw the movie but never listened to the score, is it worth listening to?This complete album sound like Lit!! I like to hear about this album in one day soon.I just hope they bring back William's sad theme and other variations of Dolores's theme which were unreleased in season 2It is, actually, completely in correct order. There's just 5 theme suites  here & there.Okay, I want this. Where, how much? lol<br><br>And I'm willing to bet that even those Jablonsky fans who didn't like the score wanna hear the complete album.
@Ahmad i think end credits :PDo you know the chronological order for this one Hybrid? I had quick glance at the complete here and the OST album seems massively out of order16 hours of music?<br>Can we hear those 16 hours of music one day?I saw the film today. It's amazing and wonderful. The feeling and emotions of the 1994 film keep untouchables. The score is simply breathtaking. The songs are incredible. The stampede scene is so intense just like the 1994. Hans has made an intense, epic and beautiful score.Additional arrangements instead of additional music? Even part of the score not on album?
Because if the film is an american production, it has no choice but be recorded in the US... That's the rule...<br><br>When the film is a UK co-production, and/or partly shot in the UK etc... (like, for instance, every Nolan film, or King Arthur), it can be recorded in the UK... That's why it's way easier to get an expanded set of The Dark Knight or Interstellar than... the POTC saga...<br><br>I remember the AFM (American Federation of Musicians) wasn't pleased when Interstellar got recorded at Air Studios in London, claiming it had to be US Recorded... But Nolan's a brit, Syncopy is a British operation based in London...> You gotta realize one thing, this score is US recorded so every new 15 min of score you release, you gotta pay back reuse fees. So it's very complicated & costy and that's why they released "only" 15 min of extra score.<br><br>> If it was recorded in the UK, they could have released 2 hours of bonus tracks it wouldn't have cost anything more... :)<br><br>Wow, I didn't know that. So, why not record every movie in the UK/Europe then? Not sure how long it will take but I think this re-use fee will drop once they record every score outside the US.<br>However, how much money did the movie make in the Boxoffice and Home Entertainment? I'm sure that money can't be an issue here.<br><br>How cool would it be to officially buy the sessions in a collectors box (in general for all movies), signed by the composer and director and maybe cast members... I'm sure that could be sold for $200+. The studios are wasting an opportunity here... Sure, you can copy music but you can't copy the signatures.That's exactley what I thought.<br><br>There was one other thing I thought was great.<br><br>I went with my parents, who have heard Zimmer's music, from when I'm listening to it, but they said to me that you can hear, that it's him, without even knowing all of his music.<br>They said, the thematic content, the bombast of it, it is just pure Zimmer.<br><br>Hope Spongebob & Wonder Woman 1984 are with a large orchestral/choir ensemble, and with WW1984 some 80's synths!!Having seen it, the biggest thing I realized was that I missed this kind of scoring in movies. When the HZ of the 90s-2000s left in favor of experiments, it seems no one replaced him, so this area of "big sounding scores with instantly memorable and beautiful themes" has just been abandoned. Hopefully seeing/hearing this version of The Lion King now will give some ideas to executives/directors regarding musical choices!No GITS cannot be released, it's technically not possible... That's why Lorne leaked his part of the score himself...
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Les Musiques Du Puy Du Fou
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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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