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Listening to all these fan made covers!!! They all are more than awesome. Its feels good how Hans Zimmer is inspiring the world around to create such a great music. Lots of applause to all the fans who have submitted their covers over here. Good luck !!!<br>I have been revisiting a lot of scores of the MCU leading up to Infinity War, and what I don't really understand is why they didn't used almost any of the previously established themes in this one. He even created a new theme for Captain America, when he could have used his own theme from Winter Soldier. In fact, I think Winter Soldier's theme is the only one returning. Age of Ultron, although it was a really chaotic score, at least had some continuity and was a lot of fun, but this score feels flat for the most part of it.<br><br>And I really enjoyed TWS but for me this was a step down. But I must recognize that there are some great action cues, especially in the Airport Battle, but apart from that I didn't found anything that remarkable.This might sound like a rather... odd question, but I did ask it when it came to Rogue One. Is John Powell going to use a 'classic' arrangement of the End Credits Suite, or is he writing something entirely new? The end credits theme is pretty much a staple of all the films so far and it would be interesting to know what Powell has in mind for his score there.And the release date has finally come !<br><br>MAY 25th !<br><br>Will it be Powell's masterpiece ? I hope so ! But it's going difficult to sound better than HTTYD !Yep, I noticed. And in mp3<br>I guess YT is still the better way
There's a way to do it but I won't tell you for fear that I get HULK SMASHED by Hybrid. Besides, the file is in 112 kbps, it's barely worth the trouble (and I'm not even much of an audiophile).totally agreed...<br>maybe some way to hack intoI hope the Imperial March is in the score.Thank You NotaPix. That was really helpful. :)<br>I've never found this one either. It's the biggest gap in my HGW collection probably. Wonder why it never got a proper score release, sure it's a bit mickey-mousey and insubstantial but they could have at least put 30 minutes or so on the regular album, not just one track...
hello Piyush VC<br>sorry, I hope I have correctly understood your question, I do not know English (google translator).<br>I do not remember well how long my covers have been published here after my submission.<br>but if you would like to publish your own cover of the composer Hans Zimmer here, it is more correct that you address the questions of this type to 'antas' admin.<br>as I said, I hope my answer is relevant to your question.<br>bye :)Anywhere I can find a complete recording of this soundtrack? I've looked everywhere.Hey there.. Your music score is really good, I liked them all. I wanna know within how many days after your submission, were your tracks posted over here?Can anyone point me to where I can get a copy of this? I'd love to have this in my collection.It's been nearly 27 years since this came out in 1991.
Nop, you're not the only one.<br><br>I can say everything i listen John Powell is something with quality and personality.<br><br>How to Train Your Dragon is one of his best. You are missing out. <br><br>But I may be the only person who thinks Face/Off is one of his best scores. I love that score more than nearly any John Powell scores.I'm agree thatThey are independent events, but I think they are working in conjunction with each other. I based this on the description on the Vienna website. Their program is called The World of Hans Zimmer and some of the arrangements will be written by Zimmer himself. That leads me to believe this year's gala is a bit different and is just a stop for Zimmer's tour.Probably not. The two are indepedent events.
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  2017, June 27updated by Nicolas 
Richard Harvey 'Luther' score live to picture for Reformation 500 anniversary



Five hundred years on from Martin Luther’s attack on papal corruption that sparked the Reformation, Germany is celebrating the events that changed the course of history.

And it’s doing it in style, with two special screenings of Luther, the 2003 blockbuster starring Joseph Fiennes, Alfred Molina and Peter Ustinov, accompanied by unique live performances of Richard Harvey’s moving and magnificent score.
The film will be shown on two huge screens in Trier’s vast Constantine Basilica, the world’s largest surviving Roman hall, on 1 and 2 September.

It will be the first time the Basilica, built in AD310 under the Emperor Constantine, has been pressed into service as a cinema.
Below the screens will be a full symphony orchestra and chorus and a specialist early music ensemble, all under the baton of Martin Bambauer, the Basilica’s director of music.
Harvey, who is travelling to Germany to attend the performances in person, is a multi-award-winning classical and film composer. He recently wrote the music for The Little Prince, working with his old friend and colleague Hans Zimmer, which won the 2017 Annie (the animation world’s equivalent of an Oscar) for Outstanding Achievement in Music in an Animated Feature Production.

His
Luther score – poignant and unforgettably powerful – captures the drama and torment of Martin Luther’s revolt against the established church, which eventually led to his excommunication and unleashed a wave of Protestantism that swept across the whole of Europe.


  2017, June 13updated by Hybrid Soldier 
HANS ZIMMER LIVE ON TOUR - DIDIER LOCKWOOD GUEST PERFORMANCE IN PARIS



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