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No more superhero film score for me, he said .... :DThe complete score is so amazing!! I saw on YouTube too.CD RELEASE????PosiblyA surprise reference to be sure, but a welcome one.
The same thing happened to me George@Michael Baker - I can’t be the only one who read that as Han Solo right?Yeah... Wait till CD 2 and I'm sure we'll get a much stronger idea of what's solo Hans in here.@Edmund<br>I wonder if this is one of those situations where the material in film is derived heavily from the suites, with everyone either arranging it or adding elements onto it. Just guessing of course, I’m sure we’ll get a clear picture once the bonus stuff gets released.<br><br>And apparently there is about 16 hours of music “lying around”, going off of what Hans mentioned in the Vi-Control forums."heavily influenced" indeed :D <br>I really love Amity and I love how the theme appears in several other cues:<br>Reckless which features an epic/action rendition <br>Insertion = a short quote at the beginning <br>Coda = another call back to the theme<br><br>Been listening to the score since I saw the film. Love it. Eagerly waiting for CD2. I wonder if it includes an extended version of the last 2 minutes of Insertion - INCREDIBLE.
I guess I should know better at this point but I'm still a little disappointed that there are no solo Hans cues. Although I suppose there could be some hidden inside the longer album tracks.Because it's heavily influenced by Henry Purcell, that's what Hans said :<br><br>"Dark Phoenix is all Henry Purcell... I felt the last few bars of “Dido’s Lament” with the endlessly descending line and the “Remember Me” perfect for the characters... less the tune, more the harmonic movement"Right. Hopefully the other missing stuff gets released on the 2nd CD though.why does Amity say (traditional)?Just rip it off the DVD....no biggie
All credits added for the OST, even though since it's long montages from lots of cues, it doesn't make THAT much sense... :)Which cues were written by Steve Jablonsky?me too!No piano. I believe it was mostly strings and had a small bit of the choir.Which instruments were used to play the love theme? Piano?<br>
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Additional Music - Conductor - Orchestrator
Hans ZimmerNick Glennie-SmithChristopher WardJay Rifkin
ComposerAdditional MusicAdditional ArrangementsScore Producer
Crimson Tide
Label: Hollywood Records
Length: 60'17
HZimmer.com rating:        5/5
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  1. Mutiny (8:57)
  2. Alabama (23:50)
  3. Little Ducks (2:03)
  4. 1SQ (18:03)
  5. Roll Tide (7:33) *
* Includes Hymn "Eternal Father Strong To Save" written by John B. Dykes with words by William Whiting
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Brian reply Replies: 0 || 2005-02-04 00:00:00
hans is the best composer hands down and I first heard him on this movie and was blown away he is incredible and so our his themes like this one!

Spectacular Music Score reply Replies: 0 || 2005-01-02 00:00:00
I've never heard great and emotional music like this.
this is the best music score to me ever made!!!!!!

Demetris Christodoulides reply Replies: 0 || 2004-12-17 00:00:00
There's not much to be said about a classic score that influenced so many people since its release and added another brick in the ever-expanding wall of film music.

It’s true that some long-cue scores tend to become tedious and tiring for the listener but I personally don’t have a problem with long cues as long as they do not fall into that trap. The particular ones, not only do they avoid that trap but a long of thematic and general musical development takes place in that duration and that’s a very pleasant fact because we get a coherent whole, with strong and memorable thematic material.

If you correspondingly of the contrasting issue that appears largely in score cds lately, i.e. the small cues that don’t have the time and space to develop in order to actually offer something important to the listener other than plain underscore and semi-finished and undeveloped ideas, this is a rather welcome score.

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