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^ Lol yeah I guess you could count it like that. <br><br>Iím wondering if the template will be similar to Thor: Ragnarok, with electronics in the forefront but still utilizing the orchestra throughout. And the even bigger question; will any of RGWís themes return?Yes, Tina Guo did record music for WW84. Although you could make an argument that since she was using an electric cello, that is "synth" music. ;)@mephariel<br>Even better, Iím hoping for a hybrid type score. <br><br>And Tina Guo did post a vid of her recording the WW theme a while back, not sure if it was specifically for this project but if it was it sounds badass!I assume more concerts will be scheduled... looking forward to seeing BARCELONA in the list, please! :)It'd be awesome if Hans and co. went the Thor: Ragnarok route and created some kickass psychedelic synth ballads. I'm interested to hear how they interpret their WW theme for this setting.
Is there a date for Lisbon, Portugal?<br>Thank youthis is never hans :DI just finished the movie last week and the score was the best thing about the film. The scene using the cue "Simba is Alive!" is perfect.Not all synths. Mazzaro and Fleming posted pictures of them recording the score at Air Studios early in November so there will be some orchestral or instrumental music.As the trailer posts, soundtrack coming from WaterTower Music.
No, it's just a slight rework of Blue Monday by New Order. Admittedly, it's quite catchy. Nothing from Hans tho, not even the WW-theme at the end which they did for the first movies trailers. Guess we have to wait till the movie comes out.The only thing that matters to me about the movie is Hans, so I wonder, has the trailer musicalized Hans?Synth Hans Iím guessing ;-)Yeah, it's a nice little mini HTTYD score. It's a bit frustrating that he's seemingly never allowed to develop an idea for very long before moving on to the next thing and the next (probably because of the pacing of the short), but I like the way he plays around with Powell's themes. It makes me think that if they ever decide to make a fourth HTTYD movie and Powell decides he's said all he has to say in the series, Willis would be a good choice to continue it (Zanelli/Pirates style).He's also credited on one short cue from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, but other than that, nothing that I know of...
Just saw the movie. Seemed like the score is enjoyable enough, but I didn't hear much that would distinguish it from the first one really except some kind of standard villain material.Because those have nothing to do with Hans Zimmer or associated composers....How come the Pixar franchise albums like "Toy Story," "Monsters, Inc.," "Finding Nemo" and "Cars" didn't make it in this website?Anthony Willis (additional composer on HTTYD 2 & 3) just wrote a nice score for HTTYD Homecoming, a "christmas special" short. The score is based on Powell's themes and style, which is a nice addition to the trilogy.<br><br>You can listen to excerpts here :<br>https://www.animationmagazine.net/tv/exclusive-music-clips-h ow-to-train-your-dragon-homecoming-holiday-special/Michael John Mollo - I've never seen that name before. Has he done any other RCP work?
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Hans ZimmerBlake NeelyAlan MeyersonMatt Ward
Executive Score ProducerConductorMusic Scoring MixerTechnical Music Assistant
The Prestige
Label: Hollywood Records
Length: 48'13
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
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  1. Are You Watching Closely? (1:51)
  2. Colorado Springs (4:15)
  3. The Light Field (1:50)
  4. Borden Meets Sarah (2:11)
  5. Adiago For Julia (2:08)
  6. A New Trick (4:29)
  7. The Journal (2:55)
  8. The Transported Man (2:36)
  9. No, Not Today (2:31)
  10. Caught (1:39)
  11. Cutter Returns (2:13)
  12. The Real Transported Man (2:28)
  13. Man's Reach Exceeds His Imagination (2:08)
  14. Goodbye To Jess (2:58)
  15. Sacrifice (5:15)
  16. The Price Of A Good Trick (5:06)
  17. The Prestige (1:4)
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mpolonest123 reply Replies: 2 || 2019-08-06 15:21:47
Caught this film the other day on tv and was genuinely surprised at how great the score was. Like Dunkirk (aside from the Shepherd Tones) the music does a great job of elevating the images on screen. Itís been awhile since Iíve been genuinely unnerved by music like this. Also cool to see Hans as producer!


Mike2019-08-06 19:12:52
What exactly was Hans' role as producer here? I know what it means when he's producing for other RCP composers. But is there a difference in this case?


Edmund Meinerts2019-08-07 13:22:16
I really don't care for this score much, nor David Julyan's music in general. Such a cool, interesting, twisty movie with a great premise and all he can do is slap drones over it?

cheesy reply Replies: 1 || 2011-10-09 19:03:25
All these years and I had no idea HZ was involved in this until yesterday. Great score by David Julyan, one of my personal favorite atmospheric scores. Album drones on a bit at times, but it's great stuff to put on and do work to.


Mike2013-12-13 23:20:07
I wonder if David Julyan ever misses his collaborations with Nolan...

Fighter reply Replies: 0 || 2010-05-26 00:00:00
wow and it sounds so great :) i heard the bootleg and i loved it, but this mix is so much better. really really can't wait for it :)

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IncoGniTo reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-11 00:00:00
I'd like to say that the movie is really good, and exceptionaly the music, alla music made bye Hans zimmer, David Julyan, Danny elfman, or marc mancina are really amazing...
10x for all

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