Music Composed, Arranged & Performed by Hans Zimmer except:
"Sanctus" From Gabriel Fauré's Requiem
Conducted by Stanley Myers
"The Staircase" Composed & Conducted by Stanley Myers
Equipment Used : Fairlight Series III, Moog 55, Yamaha DX1, TX816, EMU Modular System, Oberhiem Xpander & Roland MKS80
Music Recorded in London at Lillie Yard Studio & CTS Studios by Al Clay & Chris Dibble Music Mixed at Lillie Yard by Al Clay & Hans Zimmer, assisted by Howard "JB" Bernstein Film Sound FX Composed by Nigel Holland Technical Assistance: Dave "D" Smith, Roger Bolton, Steve Paine & Allan Martin - Yamaha, Steve Rance - Fairlight (Australia)
Thanks to Tim Bevan, Jane Frazer, Sally Dowling & Emma Burnham, Sarah Radclyffe, Dan & MJ, Emmanuel & all at Milan, Peter Maxwell, Mark August, Nick Bogis, Sandra, the staffs at Working Title & Vestron.
Release date : 03/13/1989
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There was a song from Paperhouse, featured in a scene where a mom and daughter are driving through London and arguing. It was a simplistic but really far out track, but it wasn't featured on the CD or vinyl. Was it created by a different composer, or was it a Hans Zimmer song?
Yeah some old school 80s cue.
I think it's actually written by the film director :
"A40 Overhead Section Written by Bernard Rose"
I can't find A40 Overhead Section anywhere. I doubt it was ever released for sale, but Bernard Rose probably has it stored somewhere or something. I agree, beautiful track, and Hans Zimmer's tracks really gave the film a nostalgic, otherworldly atmosphere.
Still one of my favorite soundtracks by Hans Zimmer. The album released by Milan Records is great, complete with sound effects from the film. I managed to get a copy of the film, at last , and I must say that the soundtrack gives the whole movie an epic dimension it would have lacked otherwise...