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You may be right, but I actually think Jackman did a pretty good job with his scores this year. I enjoyed Jumanji, and i may be in the minority here but i actually really enjoyed Kong as well. I tend to think he and Margeson just have a great collaborating chemistry because those Kingsman scores are two of the best scores either one of them has done.I hope he does a better job than in WW. I like the main theme, but I'm not much of a fan of the RGW score. The most striking moments of it are those in which it mentions King Arthur or The Last Samurai.Finally got around to watch this - heavily underappreciated- sequel, and listening to its fantastic score I'm almost positive Jackman had nothing to do with it and it was all Matt Margeson's work. <br><br>I liked his Jumanji, to be honest, but it "only" felt like Jackman slowly coming to his senses after years of lackluster input (Kong, Civil War, Jack Reacher etc.) - it was by no means a strong, thematic, action packed, masterfully orchestrated score as Kingsman 2 (or the first one, for that matter) was. This alone tells me volumes about the composer-listing shennanigans of this soundtrack. If this isn't Margeson through and through, I will eat my hat and chug it down with whiskey.I completely agree!Lol okay I trust you, its awesome how RGW has broken from the comedic scores and is getting some really good opportunities to create some pretty incredible music
Can't divulge the source. But it's happening.Source???? If true I'm pumped. No more of that Elfman crap lolRup's is scoring Aquaman!I’m talking about the Bruce Wayne Dream sequences (and at the beginning of preparation montage). They use the world engine effect in the background, im not sure if it’s the score or just the sfxI am pretty sure they were not incorporated in the film either.<br>You just hear them whenever the engine fires. And sometimes its timed pretty well with the music
Question for anyone whos actually heard this, are the world engine sound effects incorporated in the score like they are in the film?How do I listen to this tracklist?Hey man could any of you please help me find the film version of harry transformation from TASM 2 complete score? I got the 3:09 long one but that's the album versionAh, ok. I didn't know that was a suite, Backbiter. Thanks!superultramegaa i think that you are missing The Knight Ship from TF4.
Wow, great collection superultramega! I don't know if there are any of them missing, but with those, there is a 35-track collection. Not bad at all!The bigger question is; how many more suites did Hans record. We know about The Batman Suite, but what about Lex, etc.So digging this scoreI think I can remember all of them for you.<br><br>TF1 - Autobots, Optimus, The AllSpark, Arrival to Earth, Frenzy, Decepticons, Bumblebee, Whitwicky<br><br>TF2 - Prime, Infinite White, The Fallen, Heed Our Warning, Einstein's Wrong, The Shard<br><br>TF3 - I can't remember the album names but for the complete score there's:<br>Death and Return Suite, Sentinel Prime, Battle Glorious Suite, Battle, Our Final Hope, Megatron in DC, Conspiracy Suite, Shockwave<br><br>TF4 - Autobots Reunite, Tessa, Hunted, Lockdown, Decision, Galvatron, (and maybe I'm forgetting a few others).<br><br>TF5 - Sir Edmund Burton, We Have To Go, Sacrifice, Purity of Heart, Izzy, Merlin's Staff, Seglass Ni Tonday, VivianCould somebody help me to create a list of all the suites from the five Transformers movies? I want to make a compilation of all of them but I cannot figure out what are all of them. Thanks!
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  2010, January 20
Composer Zimmer on 'Holmes,' Oscar's Troubling Taste



Robert Downey Jr.’s brash, spirited performance in the title role of the Guy Ritchie film “Sherlock Holmes” may have taken home a Golden Globe on Sunday night, but a different – but equally bold – aspect of the film has a better chance to draw attention from the Academy. Hans Zimmer’s score turns action-movie music on its head, using a small group of acoustic musicians to whip up a playful, dynamic, inventive folk-based sound that plays a dominant role in the film as it trashes and reinvents the conventions for this kind of movie.

The German-born composer talked to theWrap about the film in his Santa Monica studio, where he composes in a remarkable room that manages to combine thick carpeting, plush red couches and dark carved wood bookcases with a huge array of computers, synthesizers and recording equipment.

The conversation was interrupted several times by urgent conversations about music the prolific composer had written for an upcoming episode of “The Simpsons,” which apparently hadn’t quite passed muster with that show’s producers.


Complete interview at : www.thewrap.com


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  2010, January 18
Composer Zimmer Talks Sherlock Holmes, Inception, Dark Knight, It’s Complicated


In many ways, the best thing about Sherlock Holmes is its score (released January 12), featuring exotic Hungarian and gypsy instruments. It’s one of about a hundred movie scores delivered by prolific German composer Hans Zimmer, who has earned six Oscar nominations; he won for The Lion King in 1994.

Articulate and charming, Zimmer invited me to his lair in Santa Monica, a sprawling complex housing other composers as well as rooms crammed with synthesizers, computers and towers of servers. He’s currently working on Inception for Chris Nolan, for whom he composed the score for The Dark Knight. He gave me a tour, showed me where and how he composes and explained his working process on the scores for Sherlock Holmes, It’s Complicated, Gladiator, and The Dark Knight. He even plays a bit.


More at : blogs.indiewire.com


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  2010, January 09
Meet The Musicians



Hans Zimmer recorded the score with featured soloists Lorne Balfe, Ann Marie Calhoun, Tina Guo, Aleksey Igudesman, Davey Johnstone, and Diego Stocco on a triple-neck double-bass he himself built.

Zimmer contrasted an opulent sounding chamber orchestra with these soloists and a Salvation Army Brass Band; infusing Doyle’s orderly, Victorian world with the unorthodox.

Get to know these diverse talented musicians and learn how they became involved with this project in the videos below.

> watertower-music.com/sherlockholmes/musicians/


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  2010, January 08
AUDIO: On The Score With Hans Zimmer

Daniel Schweiger interviews HANS ZIMMER about the romantic samba of IT’S COMPLICATED, and an off-the-wall score for SHERLOCK HOLMES.

> More at www.filmmusicmag.com


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  2010, January 05
Despicable Me Project



Hans Zimmer & The Neptunes


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