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Why never ? <br>He dislikes the saga or not interested ? I'm curious.Does anyone know why "Knight's March" is not in the original album and if there is a extended edition that has this cue?<br><br>Rogue One was last minute change on Giacchino. I would like to hear Alexandre Desplat score to make a correct analysis from both scores. Besides that and with the little time, Giacchino's score is good, in the same style from maestro Williams. <br>Solo score is more different. Maestro Williams wrote the main theme and more cues, but what make the score different is Powell. He adapts Solo theme, and some of themes the original trilogy, but he puts him own stamp. Definitely is a Star Wars Score but with Powell stamp. Something Giacchino, maybe for the time, did not develop.<br>The film, well, i will watch on DVD.graciasWhile I always liked this score, it wasn’t until recently (when I revisited the film and album) that I realized how amazing it really is. There is still nothing that tops “Evacuating London” or the “Aslan” theme in terms of modern fantasy material. Each of the themes are brilliantly interconnected with each other, but stand on their own as well. I do wish there something a bit more distinctive for the White Witch, but that’s a small complaint.<br><br>The only other score that really reminds me of this (in terms of the string writing and piano material) is “Winters Tale” by Rupert. Also a pretty solid fantasy score.
I LOVE IT!!They kept the volume of the music so low in the movie, while rouge ones was jacked up and used as a center piece rather than side music like they did for John. Johnson piece is far better,  it they gave it a back seat <br>But Rogue One or Solo?<br><br>Because i remember more the music in RO after watching the movie than in Solo (well, maybe is because that theme for the character is so unispired and only i remember certain moments of the music)We are just gonna have to agree to disagree. ;-)I just said I haven't watched the movie or listened to the full score yet.
Still have to disagree, I love the new “Park Theme” and the way it sort of takes over from the classic theme. Then you have the Indominus theme, Owen’s theme, the villain theme, the family theme, the source music, etc.<br>I’ll take that any day over Lost World and JP3. Is it as good as the original score? Hell no, but not many scores are.'<br><br>The Lost World was a coherent evolution in the franchise, Williams maintains the original theme, but creates a darker and more percussive score (listen the expanded version by La La Land), because the movie isn't like Jurassic Park. And i getting appreciate more the Don Davis score for JPIII, better orchestrated than Jurassic World, both scores are FAR better than Jurassic World (one for a coherent and agressive tone and more memorable, and the other because is better orchestrated)<br><br>'And I do see the similarities between the vulture theme and those other ones listed. It’s definitely not original, but it is effective.'<br><br>I don't see any similaraties with the Avengers theme, effective?, yeah, but not memorable and i'll pick up any day than any theme in Jurassic WorldDo you remember any music outside the space chase?<br><br>Because i don't.I only watched the movie once, but the fact that I didn't take away any memorable music from Rogue One is a huge problem for a Star Wars film. I haven't listened to this score yet, but I have more hopes for this than Rogue One.Between this one and Rogue One, I'll take the last one.<br><br>Unfortunately the two scores run away from the typical sound of the franchise and at various times seem just a pastiche copy.<br><br>It's a good score, but it does not feel so natural. Even Han's theme is almost unrecognizable, forgettable and incoherent with the character. It does not have the same identity as the themes of Luke, Leia, Rey, Anakin, Jyn, Yoda or Dameron.woow! love it
It's funny that when they announced that the star wars story films would be scored by different conposers, I was like... COME ONE JOHNY GET ON IT and sure enough a year later... Same with Pan (one of his best scores in my opinion).Well, for starters, the HAN SOLO theme Williams wrote is kind of...well...meh....<br><br>And I can see where Powell had to incorporate the original Star Wars and some Empire themes....Asteroid Field being one of them.<br><br>I just kinda hoped Powell would adapt Asteroid Field into something more than whatever the hell butchery happened here....Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! When was there a flute in this score?? I just noticed there's a credit for a flute soloist, and I've listened to this score several times and never noticed a flute? Does anyone have any idea which track it might be?It's really sad how more than half of this score is just very messy bombastic sound rather than a more structured melodic/thematic approach, this coming from a hardcore Powell fan. The saddest thing is that this was THE film for him to score, full of action and chase sequences, which John has always excelled at. Here however, rather than his usual voice, it sounds as if he shies away from it and goes back to anything established by Williams every 30 seconds or so. Whenever it sounds like a cue is leading up to something interesting and exploring a new idea, it just shies away from it. This might have been on the directors/producer's side of things... or that's what I'm choosing to believe, at least. Don't get me wrong, every so often there are some sections that really do shine, this often being when Powell isn't just trying to sound Williamsy and/or referencing old SW material. Maybe I just need to give the album a few more listens. Usually happens whenever a new Powell soundtrack album is released. Not sure, though. Just by listening to Ferdinand a few times, for example, you could really feel and understand the story, its characters and their development, as their themes developed as well. This one is just a mess and feels... off.Such an inspiring track. Loved it when it was released and still love it.
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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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