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And if he will incorporate any music from the show/games....As someone who grew up with Pokémon as a kid, I am super pumped to see how Jackman approaches this. Seeing how the marketing is skewing to 80’s music (and the visuals have that neon color scheme to match the noir tone) I wonder if this will be either be fully orchestral or synthesizered.Aviadable 3rd May<br><br>https://itunes.apple.com /es/album/pok%C3%A9mon-detective-pikachu-original- motion-picture-soundtrack/1460177128This CD contains music from 2 icelandic films Atli scored :<br><br>Blóđberg (2015) aka The Homecoming<br>Fyrir Framan Annađ Fólk (2016) aka In Front Of OthersWaiting patiently for Disney to finally announce National Treasure 3? lol
Does anyone know what happened to Trevor Rabin, he hasn't scored anything for a few years nowYou did it for the complete, which is "illegal" and only available in certain circles, not the OST which is commercially available. I simply did what you could have done yourself easily but chose not to.Says the guy who took his intel from... me...Excuse me for doing the thing you didn't bother to do.Having an opinion is one thing. Not being intellectually able to express it without being rude & stupid is another thing. Once you find a way to combine the two, your comments will stay.<br><br>And Knight, just don't push it.
Hello all. My mother is a French horn player, and we are totally in love with Hans' score for Disney's "The Lone Ranger" (the best part of that film, if you ask me). I have searched for the horn sheet music for this, but can't seem to find anything...does anyone know where I might get it? Thanks much!!huh?1- Open - (Hans Zimmer 1:03) - (1:04 -2:27- Lorne Balfe), and continue Hans Zimmer music. 2:27-2:58Also calling jumanji (the one jackman scored) anything but a good film - is also illegal and gets your comment removedOkay, so doing the same stuff that Hybrid does is illegal here now. Cool
True, Mr. Tweedy. I don't know how involved Hans was with Now We Are Free, but he specifically talked about Up is Down at one point. And while he did give Henry Jackman credit for the penny whistle stuff, his comment was something like, "And Henry and I just jammed with the theme a bit after he came up with that idea" (unfortunately the link to the interview, on the POTC3 page here, is dead). So Up is Down sounds like a co-composition from the two. I wouldn't be surprised if it were the same way with Lorne Balfe and the Action Ice Theme. <br><br>But we'll never know. lol.I get what you're saying Mike, but much of the action material in the section you mentioned is just stylized versions of the Batman ostinato, and 2 giant chunks of the action music were used in the film. The section with the new "Rise" theme was used in the Batman & Catwoman tunnel fight, and "Backup" was used several times in the film, just not in that exact style. <br><br>The section after the stylized "Backup" sounds more like rejected Bane material to me, so I'm not entirely sure if that counts. I do agree however that Hans' new climactic version of the 2 note motif should have been included throughout the finale though. Would have resolved the film better than the recycled "LSI Extraction" bit.The "Up is Down" track from POTC3 is used in the "Live" concert as well and it was arranged by Henry Jackman.<br>"Now We Are Free" is in the concert as well and was mainly arranged by Klaus Badelt...@superultramegaa, <br><br>Most of the awesome action material in Moody Bruce, from 4:46-15:03, is unused. Also, the last 5 minutes, with Hans' epic new take on the 2-note Batman theme (which he adds a third note two and concludes in big style) is totally unused. <br><br>@anonymous,<br><br>I actually agree with the observations you're making. Lorne didn't write like that in 2008, really, and the suite does sound like Hans' music, even if I just argued that it's unlikely he'd go that musical direction for this movie. And Hybrid has said... it's his (Hybrid's) opinion. The suite may just be Hans, and Hybrid's not saying differently. Hybrid has even admitted he's been wrong on credits before, so it's not like he's saying these are "the facts." Now that I think about it, the suite was used in HZ Live, so that tells me Hans must have been involved in composing it. Because the concerts really gravitate toward Hans' personal work.If you watch it rightfull, this here is the second one
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  2005, October 27


Beyond The Lamp Post
A Photo Essay From The Narnia Sessions

by Dan Goldwasser

One of the highly anticipated films of the new holiday season is the big-screen adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ classic‚ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion‚ The Witch and The Wardrobe. Directed by Shrek director Andrew Adamson and produced by Oscar-winning producer Mark Johnson‚ the music for the fantasy epic is being written by Harry Gregson-Williams.
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  2005, October 26

Soundclips

narnia.com Opening
from TREASURE PLANET (James Newton Howard)
narnia.com Tumnus
Harry Gregson-Williams demo theme
Trailer-Musik
X-Ray Dog trailer track "Here Come the King"
Mr. Tumnus Narnian Lullaby
Harry Gregson-Williams demo theme

Source : www.narnia-chroniken.de


  2005, October 17

Composers James Newton HowardGraeme Revell and Hans Zimmer are among the industry professionals who are set to participate in The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference Presented by Audi on November 15 -16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

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  2005, October 11


Klaus Badelt video interview about THE PROMISE (in chinese)


  2005, October 10



Gregson-Williams wins Hollywood Award

One of the most prolific composers in Hollywood in recent years‚ Harry Gregson-Williams‚ will get a Hollywood Award for achievement in film composing at the Hollywood Film Festival next week.
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  2005, October 04


Yesterday in Beijing, Composer Klaus Badelt just had a chat with several reporters during a break from recording the scores for director Chen Kaige’s The Promise (Wu Ji). Badelt said the scores of the film run about 120 minutes in total, which was almost as long as the film itself and the longest score was about 8 minute long. He said Chen Kaige never set any rule for his music and told him very little about the story and the characters of the film. The final work does not sound very East or West, but is added with some Chinese elements, such as using several traditional Chinese instrument in a few scores. Badelt said the music he composed for the movie was greater than what he had done for any Hollywood movie.

Producer Chen Hong just announced that selected scores of Wu Ji / The Promise, originally composed by Klaus Badelt, would be performed by Cincinnati Pops Orchestra at the Great Hall of People in Beijing October 21 - 22. The orchestra’s tour in Asia will include three stops - Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore. Reportedly, Wu Ji / The Promise will be released worldwide this December.


Source : http://www.monkeypeaches.com/wuji.html
Official Site : http://www.thepromise.sina.com.cn/


  2005, October 03
Wallace & Gromit - The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit
Julian Nott / Rupert Gregson-Williams / James Michael Dooley / Lorne Balfe / Alastair King

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Steve Jablonsky




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