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Could you repeat that, but in legible English this time?Yes, but usually Hans hires people with similar styles to his, or promising new composers. Paesano fits the former fairly well in a lot of ways. I'm just saying it's surprising to me that he's never worked here."RCP" is not a "style", it's a place...Kind of shocking to me that John Paesano isn't a member of RCP. Marvel's Spider-Man is basically a more consistent version of this score in many ways with a touch of Danny Elfman's Spider-Man elements.so glad to see HZ back to the superhero genre
so great to watch this new interview. it confirmed how i felt about wonder woman and widows. it is the right thing to do.<br><br>Hans's comment on losing his voice took me by surprise though. dunkirk touched on a few techniques i wanted to see explored more. i know other composers did it before. but i think dunkirk did a better job at putting those elements together... hopefully there is be a similar movie in the near future : )Steve is clearly spending time with his family. He had a second child just a few months ago. I think he will eventually be back on the Bay Train. <br><br>And Lorne is the right choice for a "replacement". He's been involved in one way or another with the Bay movies for more than 10 years now. He's certainly not a surprising choice and I'm looking forward to the score. It's a movie that takes place all over the world, so I have big expectations for the music.Hans says he worked so hard to get WW1 to Rupert, but didn't he also recommend that they try a female composer?Balfe has constantly been brought in on Transformers movies , so great to see him working with Bay properlyApparently were in the wrong country :( If I could afford it, Id travel just to experience this.
Lorne is now listed on IMDB and Wiki as the composer of 'Six Underground'. Clearly Bay likes working with him. Good for Lorne.You're absolutely right. Play's over. Exit's that way. On your feet. Go!<br><br>Good knowing you.Steve is just trying to spend a little time with his family i think, he's not as busy as he used to be but i think it's cause he chooses that. Film Composing is an insanely time consuming job. I like Balfe a lot though.Huh. I like Jablosnky, but I really liked the 13 Hours score, so it's hard for me to complain.Maybe, Bay thinks Balfe is better than Jablonsky in terms of military tones and music.
Balfe is doing Michael Bays next movie !!! Whats happened with Jablonsky?Review widows: It's also scored by Hans Zimmer, which means it is immediately in the running for best score of the year...Blah Blah Blah...<br><br>Play's over, Shakespeare.Meta is right though...Hope it gets fixed, I love listening to the suites you add to scores here.
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Hans ZimmerJohn PowellMartin Tillman
Composer : Main ThemeComposerMusician
High Incident
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 36'03
HZimmer.com rating:        3/5
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  1. Main Title '96 (0:44)
  2. Militia (2:49)
  3. Corbusier (2:43)
  4. B.R.A.D. (2:12)
  5. Into Tunnel (3:02)
  6. Tino (1:50)
  7. Santa Chase (1:36)
  8. Warehouse AM (3:34)
  9. Bomb (1:51)
  10. Dark Angel (1:01)
  11. The Stalkin' (1:31)
  12. War (3:49)
  13. Angel Rald (4:15)
  14. The Sting (4:19)
  15. Main Title '97 (0:41)
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Edmund Meinerts reply Replies: 3 || 2017-02-16 23:49:04
Okay, so sorry for sounding a bit like Poleschuk on this one, but I have a couple questions about High Incident.

Basically I have heard two different boots: this one, and a second one with 10 tracks running about 21 minutes. This first one sounds to me mostly like John Powell in very early I-don't-really-have-a-style-yet MV mode. The second one is a lot calmer and more melodic (and better!), and it uses the "Main Title '97" theme a lot. But it doesn't sound much like Powell at all. Is that one by Jeff Rona? From the little I've heard by him, it sounds like it might be.

Also, about those themes - who wrote them? Was it really Hans? The more upbeat "Main Title '96" sounds very much like Powell, to me. "Main Title '97" with the trumpet solo could be Hans, I suppose, but I could easily believe it being Powell or Rona as well.

Any clues, Hybrid?


Michael Poleschuck2017-02-17 03:17:54
There are a few episodes of this show on YouTube.

And interesting thing: on the main titles of the Pilot - "Main Title '96". On the end titles of the Pilot - "Main Title' 97".

And other interesting thing: "Main Title' 97" are on the 9th minute of the Pilot (night talking of the cops). So, maybe, this main theme was originally Zimmer's hand.


Michael Poleschuck2017-02-17 03:20:58
Maybe, the second boot is a score for Pilot?


rockhound2017-02-17 07:28:13
the more emotional music, which also uses the Main Title 97 theme often, is by jeff rona. you will find many tracks on his website. it has bit of his music for Chicago Hope. i remember, that the Main Title 97 was also used in the first season as the end title. i dont know know why they changed it in the second season. the Main Title 96 was perfect for opening credits. But i think both of them are by hans with trumpet performances by mark isham. at least i always saw his name in the opening credits.

Vandit reply Replies: 0 || 2008-08-05 00:00:00
The score for Hi-Incident is sooo great. I wish they show would be available either on DVD or on TV in Austria. I really love the soundtracks from Hans Zimmer especially the ones for Babylon 5 and for High Incident. Keep up the great work. Weiter so!!!

Greetz from Austria
Vandit

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