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h ttps://www.youtube.com/watch? v=sekmQqx OhWM<br><br>From the developers.<br><br>Producer: Hans Zimmer<br>Composer: Lorne Baffle<br>Symphony Orchestra: Chamber Orchestra of London<br>Recording Studio: Abbey Road Studio<br><br>Fun theme by Lorne.But maybe at that time he didn’t have that version yet (in his mind i mean)<br>But... the intensity was crazy!Everything is great, except one thing - he did not add that intense music that played on the train when there was a battle. Well maybe I missed something while listening the album.Zimmer = Lorne is your answer.WAA WAA WAAAAAAAA
What's with the credits here? Howard Shore? No Lorne Balfe?I genuinely was surprised that they went with Richter in the first place. <br><br>Literally just came out of the movie and I can’t believe such a dull and generic score could come from the names attached. What happened? Other than that beautiful almost sweeping string theme (that went nowhere) - there’s nothing. <br>I kept waiting for the music to peak and reach a hundred but it never did. <br><br>It’s no Interstellar, no First Man, no Gravity, not even The Martian.Link to said theme?The synth man creating a mostly synthesizer score? what a shock...because that's what Hans does
Main theme is on Youtube. I quite like it. I prefer Hans doing themes like this rather than the stuff he is doing with FIFA.I'm surprised no one is talking about this one, its one of Rupert's best scores imo.Lately I have been listening to the album carefully, and the truth is that I did not quite understand why Hans did not just use a big orchestra instead of the synthesizer.It would have really been interesting to see Ritcher scoring a chase on the photo, although without a doubt his work would not have been anything generic.Richter is a conceptual artist, I love his Leftovers score, but come one, scoring to picture ?<br><br>He writes pieces that are used in scenes, not the other way around...<br><br>Richter scoring a moon buggy chase ? Hell no... lol you could see from day one it was gonna be replaced...
^ Yeah the edit floating around matches Felix’s almost to a T. Only major difference is <br><br>“Our Final Stand - Showdown - United Greece - Finale”<br><br>Which is broken up into four separate cues. Realistically you could edit it anyway you want if you prefer the smaller cues. Personally, I like the long suite-like format of this release. Kinda like the album release for “Event Horizon” lol.I hope they at least release Richter's score.My Edit:<br><br>01. Rise Of An Empire - Marathon - King Darius - Artemisia - Man To God - War (13:36)<br>= <br><br>M1A Rise of An Empire (09:48)<br>M1B From Man to God King (03:44)<br><br>02. Greek Council - Persian War Plan - Spartan Fight Training - Greek Conversation - Your Commander Is Greek (10:47) <br>=<br><br>M2 Greek Council (03:39)<br>M3 Greek Conversation (07:06)<br><br>05. Suicide - General Bandari - Circle Battle (7:30) <br>=<br><br>M6 Suicide/General Bandari (02:10)<br>M7 Circle Battle (05:16)<br><br>06. Sex - Fire Battle (12:04) <br>=<br><br>M10 Sex (05:36)<br>M11 Fire Battle (06:21)<br><br>11. Our Final Stand - Showdown - United Greece - Finale (16:08) <br>=<br><br>M15-17A Our Final Stand/Showdown Pt.1 (08:19)<br>M17B-19 Showdown Pt.2/Finale (07:37)I'm not really interested in Balfe's part of work, but it would be a big disappointment if Richter's work wouldn't released.<br><br>But I think there's a good chance that movie (and music in particular) get an Oscar nominations, so let's just hope for the best.@mpolonest123 any idea how to break up the really long cues on the complete? it’s a lot of tracks that are made up of several cues
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  2006, May 31
LIVE FROM THE PUY DU FOU



Tomorrow, the new attraction from the theme park will open. Time for us to present this trailer with exclusives pictures from the show on Nick GLENNIE-SMITH's original score.
=> Watch Trailer <=

(Pictures by Nicolas, editing by Fabien FOURNIER)

Always at The Puy Du Fou, Dominique MICHONNEAU filmed this little video in september 2004, where Nick Glennie-Smith is performing "The Man In The Iron Mask" on the piano.



(Special Thanks to Dominique MICHONNEAU, Fabien FOURNIER and all the team from The Puy Du Fou).



  2006, May 30
DA VINCI CODE, once again...

Here are two interviews regarding the last Ron Howard's movie.

SFGate.com released an interview from Hans ZIMMER with some infos on Pirates Of The Caribbean 2


Hila PLITMANN & Hans ZIMMER


NPR.org completed its previous audio page dedicated to Hans ZIMMER speaking from his work with an audio interview from Hila PLITMANN, soprano from the Da Vinci Code's score.


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  2006, May 29
A Klaus BADELT audio interview


Klaus Badelt & director W. Petersen

Composer Klaus BADELT discusses his new blockbuster scores for POSEIDON and THE PROMISE, as well as looking back on his energetic, innovative scores for EQUILIBRIUM, ULTRAVIOLET, THE RECRUIT, CONSTANTINE (where he joined musical forces with Brian Tyler), THE PLEDGE, THE TIME MACHINE and INVINCIBLE. He also takes a unique look at his rise in the company of Hans ZIMMER.


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  2006, May 28
New Project For Hans ZIMMER & Klaus BADELT

According to the Gibraltar Films production, Hans ZIMMER would work on the next Werner Herzog's film : Rescue Dawn. Composer Richard Harvey will collaborate to the score and is using classical Asian musical instruments for the soundtrack.

Klaus BADELT would score for Heaven & Earth, the remarkable true story of the first woman doctor, who masqueraded as a man to pursue her career.


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  2006, May 27
A Klaus Badelt Interview : The Promise

The website Aintitcool.com released an interview from composer Klaus Badelt regarding his work on the Chen Kaige's movie.

"(...) What we wanted to do, both the director and me, was to create a film which can be felt by a global audience. That’s actually why he asked me to do it. You must know that Chen Kaige, the director, is maybe here not quite as well known…but in China, he’s a superstar more than any Steven Spielberg is in this country. He’s on TV everyday, he has a very famous actress wife, and wherever I went with him in any restaurant in Beijing, there’s a long line of people waiting for autographs(...)"

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...and Richard Harvey speaking from THE DA VINCI CODE

Read an interview from the composer about details & polemical surrounding the score.

www.nationmultimedia.com


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  2006, May 20

Hans Zimmer at Cannes 2006
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  2006, May 20
The Da Vinci Code
Latin Words by Graham Preskett




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  2006, May 19
United 93
John Powell




  2006, May 19
Bruce FOWLER in the daylight


Salt Lake Tribune released an article on the famous orchestrator/composer.
"(...)Zimmer composes the music in small segments on computer and sends them to Fowler, who opens the file onto two large computer screens on his desk. The music looks like a complex graph, with colorful bars of varying heights stretching across both screens, signifying different instruments, pitches and dynamics.(...)"

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  2006, May 15
Sound clips from FIRST FLIGHT
Music Composed by Jim Dooley

Main Title
Finale

Source : http://www.jimdooley.com/projects/film/firstflight/


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  2006, May 15
Gladiator the Musical

RIDLEY SCOTT's epic blockbuster GLADIATOR is set to be made into musical staged in London's West End.

The Oscar-winning film, which starred Hollywood hardman RUSSELL CROWE, will be adapted for the stage by WILLIAM NICHOLSON, who wrote the original screenplay.

The original HANS ZIMMER score will be used, but Crowe will not be reprising his role as MAXIMUS DECIMUS MERIDIUS. BRIAN STOKES MITCHELL will take on the part instead.

An associate of producer BRIAN EASTMAN says, "It's a terrific story which, with the right songs, will be a great show."

Source : www.pr-inside.com


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  2006, May 14
Hans ZIMMER's audio interview

The website NPR.org releases today an audio interview from Hans ZIMMER including themes like his mentor Stanley MYERS, The Future of Film Music, and of course : The Da Vinci Code.

Listen to the audio clips


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  2006, May 13
X-Men: The Last Stand
John Powell


Audio clips added



  2006, May 13
Sound clips from URMEL AUS DEM EIS (IMPY'S ISLAND)
Music Composed by Jim Dooley

Island Intro
Lullaby
Plant Fight
Sub Swim
New Shell

Source : http://www.jimdooley.com/projects/film/impysisland/


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  2006, May 13
Video about the DA VINCI CODE score with clips from the recording sessions.
Hans Zimmer and Ron Howard talk.



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  2006, May 09
Crusade against Da Vinci Code has begun

When a film goes before the censors the usual result is that producers are asked to make changes to the images on screen, particularly if the film is of an adult or violent nature. Rarely, if ever, does a film’s soundtrack and score raise the eyebrows of the censors… until now. The producers of The Da Vinci Code, wanting their film to get a 12A rating in the UK, were flabbergasted to find that the BBFC were more than a little unhappy with the sound mix and the level of tension in Hans Zimmer’s score.

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  2006, May 07
Disco Page updated





  2006, May 04
UNITED 93 CD RELEASE

The score composed by John POWELL for the Paul Greengrass' film will be released on June, the 6th 2006 by Varese Sarabande.


  2006, May 03
Musketeer of Richelieu
at the rhythm of Nick Glennie-Smith




  2006, May 02
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 2 Release

Walt Disney Records will release Hans Zimmer's original music for Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest on July 4. It will be a score album featuring the orchestral music Hans Zimmer begins to record at the Sony Scoring Stage in Los Angeles this week.

Source : FilmMusicWorld.com

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  2006, May 01
POSEIDON AUDIO EXTRACTS

You can listen to shorts extracts from the Klaus Badelt's score on Barnesandnoble.com.



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