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Just listened to the whole thing. Unfortunately, like four, this seems to be lacking a really strong theme like the first three soundtracks.Someone probably knows better, but I'm almost certain that "Your Voice", "Did You Forget Who I Am" and "Calling All Autobots" feature theme reprises. Haven't heard the score yet but this is just judging by the movie.It's quite Long ! :) he started at 20:15/08:15pm and they finished Inception at 23:30/11:30pm so You get a 3 Hours Event but I have to say that there is a 20mimutes Long Break but it's still a very Great Time compared to other concerts and it feels very Short !I think we All Love Hans but somehow it would feel Strange to See his Name in the legendary Blue letters. I think balfe would be ok but I have to say that Alexandre desplat would be perfekt when it comes to "writing something Star Wars/John Williams like". He would have been Perfect for rogue one because there he could have used the old themes much more than You could in a han solo Movie. Cause man did giacchino screwed up in rogue one the only good Part is the Star destroyer Crash and the rest is garbage.Can anyone here create a List which titles are actually old themes like "autobots" or "arrival to Earth" ? :)
Totally agree . Balfe or Giacchino.My guess is either Balfe or Giacchino. Giacchino has that Star Wars/John Willams-esque sound and he did an amazing job in Rogue One. <br><br>I don't see Hans doing this type of a movie. From what I understand he wants to stay away from franchises with extremely passionate fandoms lol. He seems to want to focus on smaller/more original projects. That what he said.Balfe isn't a big enough name yet ???!!! He had one of the biggest films of the year !!! Also just worked with Howard . Go Balfe !!!Hans is not a good match for the Star Wars musical universe. Out of all the RCP guys current and former, John Powell would be the natural best choice, but given his level of activity right now the chances of that happening are basically zero. Balfe is talented but he hasn't shown that he's worthy of Star Wars if you ask me.<br><br>My guess is it will go to what Disney considers the safest pair of hands, i.e. Michael Giacchino again. Which would be...OK...but somehow not that inspiring.<br><br>And for all my misgivings, if it does end up being Hans himself, I'd be incredibly curious to see what he does.Tracks 1,3,7,15,16,and 34 are probably suites. Sounds good to me!
Seglass Ni Tonday is a standout track. one of jablonskys best i've heard from him.I'd love to see Hans push himself to write something in that kind of style. It'd be an interesting challenge. <br><br>It won't be Balfe. Not big name enough (yet).No need. Found it...C'mon Everan....It did, but not telling where. Still downloading my itunes version tomorrow though, original always wins.
It could leak out already, come on! I don't want to wait anymore!!1. Sacrifice (6:46)<br>2. The Coming of Cybertron (4:58)<br>3. Merlin’s Staff (5:49)<br>4. No-Go Zone (3:28)<br>5. Stay and Fight (6:26)<br>6. Code Red (2:12)<br>7. Izzy (4:00)<br>8. Purity of Heart (3:34)<br>9. Megatron Negotiation (3:37)<br>10. Today We Hunt (1:46)<br>11. Running out of Tomorrows (1:20)<br>12. Drone Chase (5:07)<br>13. You Have Been Chosen (2:17)<br>14. Seglass Ni Tonday (6:27)<br>15. Quintessa (6:36)<br>16. Vivian (3:52)<br>17. Abduction (3:04)<br>18. History of Transformers (4:23)<br>19. Cogman Sings (2:09)<br>20. Vivian Follows Merlin (6:41)<br>21. The Greatest Mission of All (2:19)<br>22. Dive (3:15)<br>23. Two Moons (2:03)<br>24. Merlin’s Tomb (3:18)<br>25. Claim the Staff (3:36)<br>26. Prime Versus Bee (2:45)<br>27. Your Voice (4:34)<br>28. I Had My Moment (2:29)<br>29. Ospreys (1:49)<br>30. Battlefield (3:43)<br>31. Did You Forget Who I Am (1:56)<br>32. We Have to Go (5:48)<br>33. Calling All Autobots (2:55)<br>34. Sir Edmund Burton (4:10)I have to agree. As great as Zimmer and team is/are, The star Wars id is without doubt romantic symphonic. Giacchino it should be.<br><br>Now that Ron Howard is involved, I really miss James Horner right now. Can you imagine his interpretation of the Star Wars Universe if he got the opportunity?Balfe would be my choice also . Genius was a cool scoreGiacchino would be the best choice. Hans shouldn't do a Star Wars movie because Star Wars needs a specific kind of music and that's not hans' type of music. I think giacchino has done an amazing job on Rogue One and I think he will do a great job on Han Solo
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  2006, October 27
UCLA WIND ENSEMBLE TO PERFORM WORLD PREMIERE of ACCLAIMED 'MARS UNDERGROUND' SCORE as a SUITE-to-PICTURE



Multi-talented composer of "When a Stranger Calls", DreamWorks' "First Flight" short, SOCOM video game series and contributor to "The Da Vinci Code" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" also to appear


  2006, October 26
A new interview from Jim DOOLEY

Our Friends from Scoremagacine.com released an interview from the composer, from Wallace and Gromit to Chicken Run and the Jerry Bruckheimer / Media Ventures sound up to the modern trends in film music, composing techniques, game scores and even score rejections, read about it all in the pleasant chat they had with him a while back.


  2006, October 25
Ultraviolet
Klaus Badelt


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
Steve Jablonsky




  2006, October 23
JOHN POWELL ; Press conference in Ghent

We released the first part of the press conference the composer John POWELL held in Ghent on october the 14th for the World Soundtrack Awards, with text, pictures and videos.

Read the article


  2006, October 21
CHILDREN OF GLORY

Check the official website from the movie to get the main title from the Nick GLENNIE-SMITH' score.

Thank you Levente !


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  2006, October 20
Harry GREGSON WILLIAMS records DEJA VU

Soundtrack.net released pictures from the recording sessions from the new Harry GREGSON-WILLIAMS' score, for the Tony SCOTT's next movie.


  2006, October 17
John POWELL at The World Soundtrack Awards 2006

The sixth edition of the World Soundtrack Awards (WSA) held on October the 14th. 2006 in Ghent (Belgium) was once again a pre-eminent event for film music lovers.


Download our video (wmv - 56 Mos - 10mn)


The spanish composer Alberto Iglesias won Best Soundtrack and Best Composer Awards for The Constant Gardener and the argentine composer Gustavo Santaolalla sang and played a live guitar rendition from Brokeback Mountain.
The Flemish Radio Orchestra, conducted by Dirk Brossé, performed music from Michael Giacchino, Peer Raben, Piet Goddaer and John Powell, who joined in the orchestra for The Bourne Identity, Endurance, X-Men: The Last Stand, Two weeks Notice, Mr. & Mrs Smith and Ice Age: the Meltdown.

Hans-Zimmer.com wishes to thank the Flanders International Film Festival from Ghent and the World Soundtrack Academy for their amazing ceremony and concert.

More Infos on the official website


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  2006, October 15
Blood+ Vol2
Mark Mancina


   
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Heitor Pereira




  2006, October 08
A new Hans ZIMMER's interview : part II.

(...)"Well, once I've done the next Batman movie, which will finish in early 2008, I thought I'd take a year off from writing film scores and just go and do some concerts. I only started thinking about this recently, that I have these complete pieces lying around, like The Ring, Gladiator, Thelma & Louise, Crimson Tide, and they all exist as proper concert pieces. One of the reasons they've never been performed is that the percussion parts mostly exist as a bunch of samples in the films, so Bruce never had to write it into the score. So we just need to sit down, add the percussion into the score, and things like that.(...)"

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  2006, October 01
A new Hans ZIMMER's interview.

Soundtrack.net released the first part from an interview dedicated to Hans ZIMMER's work on The Da Vinci Code & Dead Man 's Chest.


  2006, October 01
A non-Italian Job

John POWELL has been commissioned to write the original music for Horton Hears a Who, an animated feature produced by 20th Century Fox for release in 2008. It’s based on the book by Dr. Seuss and will feature the voices of Jim Carrey and Steve Carell. The movie is directed by Jimmy Hayward and Steve Martino, who both worked on Robots.

Source :Filmmusicworld.com


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  2006, October 01
METAL GEAR SOLID 4 : GUNS OF THE PATRIOTS



Harry GREGSON-WILLIAMS is composing the score along with Toda NOBUKO who will be in charge of the in-game music while HGW will score for the cut-scenes. Release date for the video-game is announced for the year 2007.

Visit the official website HERE
Download the trailer HERE


Thank you Aggelos Tsompanidis !


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