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I vote for that song as well! Violin Staccato slowly going in and out of tune! Love it.I don't think that makes sense though. Why should an artist have to go against the director and compromise the music of a film just to win an award? The best original score should be judged based on how well it serve the film and nothing more. Or else no body will want to score a political thriller.To me an award winning score should both fit with and purposefully amplify the film and be something you want to hear. Dunkirk fits well theoretically, but it isn't enjoyable to hear. Interstellar did both and that lost.It was so obvious if you know Elgar's composition, Nimrod.This might seriously be overthinking things but I think I understand why Barbossa's theme in this film happens to be the third Beckett motif. Rewatching AWE it seems this theme always appears when a betrayal is happening. Considering Barbossa is "allied" with the British navy it somewhat makes sense that the betrayal theme is used for him. Realistically I'm sure it's just another bad temp but it's still fun to imagine what Zimmer and Co. were thinking here...
Yeah, saw it again and that's not available, damn. Maybe if Paramount goes with the FYC route again, for wahtever reason, we'll get itAre the above credits with only Hans complete or not? If they are, then it's interesting how much of this album is just Zimmer. Even if it is an exercise in musical intensity more than anything else. I have to yet to see the film, but the score isn't as bad as I was worried it would be. In fact, most of it's just fine, and I look forward to hearing it with the film. It certainly does raise the pulse when you listen to it. It's like dread in musical form.I know exactly what part you're talking about. Unfortunately that segment wasn't released in any part of the score. It's a matter of waiting for the film version when the complete score is released.Perhaps. I also noticed a more heroic variation. How to turn the theme into a march.Lol, why though? <br>But yeah I think it will get disqualified. Maybe it'll get a Golden Globe.
Hans probably hopes so... Warner not so much... lolDo you guys think Dunkirk will be disqualify from the Oscars because the score used Elgar's theme? Similar to how Johannson was disqualified for using Richter's piece.I wanted that track as well!!! recording sessions when :'(I think its probably a remix by Hi-Finesse or someone like that. Just guessing maybe based on some of Elfmans work based on XL&Zimmer's themesYep. I know, but we have to agree that Elfman would never do anything like that. I do not think even XL.<br>Listen again. They refer to the themes of Hans' Superman in the second half of the trailer.
I'd also like that chilling piece from when the ship sinks<br><br>other than that, not that much I desireYou said it yourself "almost never". <br>Some MoS trailers featured Hans' score. ComicCon trailer for BvS featured music from Hans and Tom. <br>I actually didn't hear any reference to Hans' 3 main Supes motifs. Beside the hints of "Come Together", I find the music rather boring anf generic.no, you can buy on steamNo.<br>The trailer's music is almost never is composed by the composer of the score. It is made by a specialized company.So, is that Elfman's score in the trailer? It seems a bit early, but if that is, I just MIGHT be okay with him taking over from Junkie.
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Additional Music - Musician : Bass / Guitar
Klaus BadeltIan HoneymanChristopher CarmichaelMark Yaeger
ComposerComposerComposerAdditional Music
Die Jagd Nach Der Heiligen Lanze (TV)
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Length: 90'47
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  1. Origin Of The Lanze (3:13)
  2. Goethe's Journal (2:05)
  3. Duty And Destiny (2:22)
  4. Laboratory (3:43)
  5. Finding The Cave (2:59)
  6. Search Begins (3:27)
  7. Interrogation (1:42)
  8. Codebreaking (2:31)
  9. Billboard (0:46)
  10. Skull (1:04)
  11. Theater Room (3:22)
  12. Projection (2:26)
  13. Competition Arrives (1:26)
  14. Spikes (3:14)
  15. Undressed (1:12)
  16. Skull Projector (2:54)
  17. Erlanger Returns (1:55)
  18. Church Mouse (1:25)
  19. Headphone Source (0:25)
  20. Church Escape (1:07)
  21. Spyglass (1:28)
  22. Erlanger Phonecall (0:59)
  23. Reception (0:53)
  24. Exchange (2:24)
  25. Motorcycle Song (0:42)
  26. Von Hahn Manor (1:55)
  27. Wedding (2:00)
  28. Garden Party (3:34)
  29. Rescuing Bachmann (2:03)
  30. Krimi To School (1:21)
  31. Hall Of Fame (1:41)
  32. Helicopter (0:21)
  33. Krimi's Breakup (1:13)
  34. Fight (0:37)
  35. Finding The Key (2:18)
  36. Stealing The Helicopter (1:58)
  37. Killing Erlanger (0:35)
  38. Brandenburg Gate (0:44)
  39. Brandenburg Gate 2 (2:51)
  40. X Marks The Spot (4:11)
  41. Through The Flames (4:23)
  42. Beneath The Gate (1:44)
  43. Subway Escape (1:09)
  44. Holy Lance (3:22)
  45. Proposal (1:00)
  46. Justus' Girlfriend (1:01)
  47. Because It's Fun (1:02)
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Feliz Lombriz reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-02 00:00:00
He's done it again! This score is up for pick-your-price (including free) at his online store.
And Klaus says it's basically a complete score too: one and a half hours of music!

store.klausbadelt.com

Levente reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-02 00:00:00
124 min? Wow, that sounds great.

Adrian reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-02 00:00:00
This looks awesome... Badelt is ahead for his time, compared to other record companies... My compliments!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-01 00:00:00
This is coming really soon ! :D

Jon reply Replies: 0 || 2010-04-01 00:00:00
That's sweet. More Badelt is always welcome. I liked his score to "Der Schatz der Nibelungen"...

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