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I could see it getting some kind of release down the line, itís not uncommon for Directors Cuts to pop up years after a film has left theaters. What I donít see is them shelling out money to finish/add effects or whatever other touch ups may be needed.<br><br>My personal hope is that (somehow) they get Junkie involved to finish whatever score he started, just to hear his take.Years ago, Hybrid posted that James Newton Howard was in charge of "The Bat Cave" and people got confused since that cue is clearly Zimmer. Well here's James Newton Howard talking about that cue directly on a score podcast:<br><br>ďI had written what I thought was a really good theme, played for that moment when Bruce Wayne goes into the bat cave and all the bats come flying around. And I thought it was pretty good. And then the next day, Hans arrived with his kind of infamous ostinato with the two french horn notes, and that was pretty much the way to go. So it was a mutual effort on that movie, pretty much on every cue.Ē<br><br>There ya go. "The Bat Cave" sounds like Hans because it is. lol. <br>I don't think WB release the Snyder Cut, because with the new way they take, it could affect the new movies. <br>But, i would like to see the Snyder cutWhere can I get my hands on this complete score version please - is it available for purchase anywhere?Would you be able to do a more accurate breakdown of the OST Hybrid? Since this seems to be based off of old cuesheet info.
Looking at the complete score for this listed here and the OST, there are a lot of credit inconsistencies between the two. Maestro aka Main Title is apparently HZ, LB, IH yet its listed as solo HZ. Kayak for One is listed as A÷, RA, HP yet here it's solo Allison. what gives?Can't seem to recall if Hans was ever considered for this project.... Mancina rocked it of course, but I just wonder what Hans would've done....Maybe something like Drop Zone?<br><br>P.S. A little sidenote: I recently saw STONE COLD again and honestly Sylvester Levay's score for the movie has to be one of the best "manly", "hardcore" action scores. IMO. So freakin' badass! I can't believe there's no official release. Or even a bootleg.... Levay deserves more recognition overall. Stone Cold in particular is an action score that we simply don't hear nowadays. And I really miss that sound. I'm sure most of you have seen the movie so you know what I'm talking about. If not, go see it ASAP. You gonna have a blast :)I don't know what it is but with every Star Wars score I'm kinda getting bored after a while.<br>But this one, it's just wooow. The musoc stays spectacular every time I listen to it. From the know  SW element in Reminiscence Therapy & I to The Maw to the new theme for Han, Chewie, Qi'ra, L3 & Enfys Nest.<br><br>It doesn't happen a lot a lot that a movke that I don't like a lot, some parts, but the rest was meh, that the score is still my number 1 of 2018 and one of the best of the last 10 years!!! Hatts off Mr. PowellDear Mr. Zimmer!<br>Recently, our mother showed us a newspaper article about you and explained proudly: "This is my Hšnschenď.<br>Our mother Rosemarie Tangerner born Lagger was your nanny, when you were 1 - 2 years old.<br>She often told us about her time in Deutschland at her parents' house and showed us pictures of her and you. Unfortunately, I can not insert the photos on this page, but I would have liked to show them.<br>My mother felt very well with her family and spent a nice time with them.<br>We wanted to buy tivkets for our concert in Graz, but unfortunately the concert has been sold out for a long time.<br>Maybe it is possible to get tickets for your concert.<br>I would like to surprise my mother with a reunion with you.<br>We would be happy to hear from you personally!<br>Lovely greetings from Austria<br>Ulrike TangernerTracklist<br><br>1. Big Red<br>2. Psychic Migraine<br>3. Gruagach<br>4. You Call Us Monsters<br>5. Baba Yaga<br>6. A New Eden<br>7. Destroyer of All Things<br>8. Cathedral Fight<br>9. Anung Un Rama<br>10. This Isn't You<br>11. Hellboy<br>12. Rock Me Like a Hurricane (Spanish Version)
Snyder confirmed that his cut of the film is essentially done, itís just up to WB to release it."For me, a power anthem is My Name Is Lincoln, The Launch, Now We are Free, Arrival to Earth, etc....A track that resonates with millions of people. Not just film score fans. But casual film fans as well. Look at the YouTube views for Now We Are Free and Arrival to Earth. Millions and millions of views."<br><br>Eh, by that definition The Imperial March would also be a power anthem, and I'd question that (to put it lightly). I don't think popularity has much to do with a definition of a type of music really. Rather I'd say a power anthem is a bold, muscular, relatively simple and often rock/pop-influenced theme that builds up and gets bigger and bigger over time, the prototype being Hans Zimmer's theme from Crimson Tide. And Balfe has written plenty of them. Whether they're good or not is something that can be debated, but e.g. the opening track of PR:U definitely fits the criteria of a power anthem for me.Power Anthems!!!!!! Is this the 1980s again!!!im the first to love a great tune but we are in another decade now.<br><br>Talking of tunes , Balfes best is still Ohís Theme from Home.Balfe writes epic themes constantly<br>==================<br><br>Epic themes, yes.<br><br>Actual power anthems on par with Now We Are Free and My Name is Lincoln......No. In my opinion.but they are far away from good power anthems in my opinion<br>=============<br><br>My point as well.
Practically every single one of his recent scores have had at least 1 power anthem<br>=============<br><br>Clearly we have a different understanding of what a "power anthem" is. For me, a power anthem is My Name Is Lincoln, The Launch, Now We are Free, Arrival to Earth, etc....A track that resonates with millions of people. Not just film score fans. But casual film fans as well. Look at the YouTube views for Now We Are Free and Arrival to Earth. Millions and millions of views.<br><br>None of the tracks in the Hurricane Heist score can compare to these power anthems. None. Same goes for 12 Strong, PacRim 2 and (lol) Lego Batman. Only 13 Hours comes close. And that's because Michael Bay is the type of director who loves and demands power anthems (and thank God for that). It's no wonder that some of the most famous power anthems come from his movies...<br><br>I'm not saying all of that to undermine Balfe. It's just my personal observation.Balfe writes epic themes constantly.Assassins Creed,Beyond Two Souls,Geostorm are just some examples.Track 1 of PR: U is a power anthem, Brothers from Hurricane Heist is a power anthem, 12 Strong is a bit iffy as a lot of them aren't full anthems and more like action cues that go on for a bit. But I would disagree on the bad themes, I really enjoy the Brothers theme from HH (best moments in the score is when it crops up) and the main theme from PR: U, but aside from that they're not his best works.Hope you keep the staff ratings though, its useful for me as a lot of the people here have similar musical tastes to me and it helps to find ones that I might like.i wouldn't say, that Pacific Rim Uprising, Hurricane Heist and 12 Strong have power anthems. all 3 don't have even good themes. they are ok and they are the best part in every score, but they are far away from good power anthems in my opinion.
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Label: Warner Music
Length: 68'36
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  1. Lumos! (Hedwig's Theme) (1:38)
  2. Aunt Marge's Waltz (2:15)
  3. The Knight Bus (2:52)
  4. Apparition on the Train (2:15)
  5. Double Trouble (1:37)
  6. Buckbeak's Flight (2:08)
  7. A Window to the Past (3:54)
  8. The Whomping Willow and the Snowball Fight (2:22)
  9. Secrets of the Castle (2:32)
  10. The Portrait Gallery (2:05)
  11. Hagrid the Professor (1:59)
  12. Monster Books and Boggarts! (2:26)
  13. Quidditch, Third Year (3:47)
  14. Lupin's Transformation and Chasing Scabbers (3:01)
  15. The Patronus Light (1:12)
  16. The Werewolf Scene (4:25)
  17. Saving Buckbeak (6:39)
  18. Forward to Time Past (2:33)
  19. The Dementors Converge (3:12)
  20. Finale (3:24)
  21. Mischief Managed! (12:10)
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Mike reply Replies: 3 || 2013-10-09 16:41:26
There's a John Williams score on a Hans Zimmer site.

My life is complete.


MacArthur2013-10-09 17:10:02
Yep


Hermione2013-10-10 01:44:50
Umm...that is because Richard Harvey is an RCP musician. Every RCP musician who's worked on a score had it listed here.

1.) Daft Punk's TRON: Legacy (various RCP musicians were involved)

2.) Theodore Shapiro's Jennifer's Body (Co-composed with Stephen Barton, who is RCP).

3.) Brian Tyler's Rambo (Todd Haberman did some additional cues)

4.) Elliot Goldenthal's Heat (Lisa Gerrard is listed as composer, even though her tracks appear on her album The Mirror Pool, released the same year.

So relax. It's not like a John Williams Harry Potter score is randomly on here. Keep your pants on


Mike2013-10-10 01:58:03
I think you're the one who needs to stay calm. I'm well aware there's stuff by other composers, but the fact that John Williams--the man often pitted against Zimmer as the best modern composer--has a score on here is interesting.

sadra reply Replies: 0 || 2009-06-22 00:00:00
hello

Mario Soundtrack reply Replies: 0 || 2008-12-30 00:00:00
JOHN WILLIAMS the BEST!!!!!!
AUPA Jurassic Park"""!!!!!

DemonStar reply Replies: 0 || 2008-07-18 00:00:00
The best score of the Potter series till date, IMHO. I hope Maestro Williams is back for the final movie(s)!!

Anthony reply Replies: 0 || 2008-07-02 00:00:00
Ha, another one I didn't expect to see here! :)

Antas, Webmaster reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-29 00:00:00
@Pridelander : Yes, we try to list all soundtracks by/with Richard Harvey so... ;o)

Pridelander reply Replies: 0 || 2008-06-29 00:00:00
wow... a John Williams album on Hans-Zimmer.com!? lol

The solo flute in "A Window to the Past" is one of the most beautiful music I've ever heard. Thank you maestro JW & Mr. Harvey!

Ivan orozco reply Replies: 0 || 2007-06-05 00:00:00
no offence suicune but i dont think you should be sad about william's departure of harry potter what you have to understand is williams was busy with the memoirs of a geisha soundtrack so therefore wb had no choice but to find another composer which patrick doyle he's no williams but he still did a kick ass job with the gof score and now recently nicolas hooper will be the new composer of harry potter if you go to www.harrypotter.com im sure you will be impressed it may be disapointing that williams left the saga but like you said it is his choice in the end dont forget he did the same way for jurassic park 3 including the superman sequals so in the end you cant have everything in life so just let it go

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2007-04-18 00:00:00
The solos von Richard Harvey are so beautiful...

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2007-03-14 00:00:00
I know this is HZ.com but I have to say that this is one of the best John Williams soundtracks of the 2000's. I don't understand why he didn't score for the whole saga. Oh, well...It's his choice in the end.

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