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If you want to see like just highlight text then right click then you should see an option to visit link.Any news on audio/video release? Seems like right after the tour Hans just disappeared and went straight back to his Batcave to do the next project. Though I'm pretty sure that's exactly what happened. And what about those cards, received with merchandise? Will there be any new material available for download anytime soon? Hybrid?Is there any way to possibly release the chronological order to the Twister film score?  Sadly, as it is in the CD is not the order that the tracks appear in the movie - and any help I can get with this would be monumentally appreciated!Hybrid, does Lorne being producer / Oscar Senen being orchestrator here have anything to do with the more "dynamic" (and, quite frankly, Lorne-like) sound of Hans' cues? Like, do they suggest to Zimmer that he should write his cues in a certain style?i really thought, the second half of Jaded is by lorne, but ofc its really nice to know, that its also by hans. its one of my favourite parts in the whole score. greath mix of synths and solo instruments with a nice asian flair. and the motif/theme is also fantastic. straight old school rcp action style. it sounds like hans enjoyed working on this score with all this cool ideas and orchestrations by him...
So wow...I guess Zimmer really did more here than on KFP 2, no? If he did Hungry for Lunch, the second half of Jaded, Passing the Torch, Oogway's Legacy (credits), and probably one or two more cues.... Whereas he only had like 2 completely solo cues in KFP 2, right?<br><br>It's funny, whenever I learn that Zimmer did a sizable amount of a score after thinking otherwise, I feel like I should apologize to him. xDAgain I say: props, Hans! I didn't know he did orchestrations like this anymore. I did always think Jaded sounded Hansy, but I figured LB helped out with some of the trumpety flourishes. Guess not!Another cool cue that's just Hans is the second half of Jaded, which is the Panda Training... ;)Hybrid, was PM in charge of the Kai cues? That seems to be where he pops up.I like his Nolan scores, but I have gotten tired of his "Nolan approach" (i.e., everything is a short motif that repeats with added layers and volume), cause it's embodied his modus operandi for the last decade almost. Sure, he used that approach before Nolan, but after Nolan, he not only went to town with it and scored most stuff that way, but even espoused it as being preferable to his older stuff like Gladiator. <br><br>So yeah, back to what I said...it's nice that he's broken out of his Nolanisms just a bit. :P It's really refreshing. I hope he continues to do so.
im not the biggest fan of his scores for the nolan movies. Inception worked for me in the movie, but the sound of this score and the theme itself is not something i like to hear on cd. Interstellar is even worse and failed for me for the most part in the movie. the music is overpowering, too simplistic and just added nothing in many important scenes like the goodbye of father and daughter or the big docking scene. in my opinion the movie is not well scored.<br><br>Kung Fu Panda 3 in comparison is....the music enhanced the movie and every scene is perfectly scored. emotion and excitement when it needed but never too much. really great score, especially for a third installment of a franchise. does not happen often...All true. His solo cues in here, and even the "tuneful" sections of the Batman theme from Batman v Superman, are a refreshing return to "broader" writing that it feels like he's almost abandoned since working with Chris Nolan. I honestly wondered whether he'd ever write more "traditional" stuff again, and those two scores tell me he still has it in him. :)i love this score so much. my favourite rcp score in a very long time and its really nice to see, that also hans has solo tracks, which have great melodies and an exciting orchestration. the music is adventurous, funny, emotional, exciting and with a fantastic chinese touch. there is not one bad cue. every track has at least one great moment. i know, hans likes to create new things, but i prefer him when he sticks with the traditional style of score. he shows that he can still do it.Gotta be honest here...while I know that the mantra on this site is "credits don't really matter," it's still nice for me to know that Hans did NOT just phone this in like the initial credit listing made me suggest. Not only did he end up doing the excellent finale of the film on his own (with more complex orchestration than usual for him!), but he also did a very impressive and genuinely bombastic John Powell impression. I had no idea he could even write something like "Hungry for Lunch"! He just doesn't really write like that, at least in 2016. Props, Hans. <br><br>This really is, I think, the last time I trust initial credits to say Zimmer didn't do anything. I was wrong on Inception, I was wrong here, and we were ALL wrong on Batman v Superman. Zimmer usually does more than we'd think.Ribbon Dance is 2 cues, the first part is Lorne. Then the fun actual Ribbon Dance is Hans & Nathan Wang.
Martin Tillman. Click "See details"Hybrid, or anyone who knows, who does the solo cello work for this score?Only the very beginning, The rest is Hans (and Nathan, I guess). <br><br>For those like me who have an easier time conceptualizing *without* parenthetical credits on the tracks, it looks like the OST is this strictly speaking:<br><br>1. Oogway's Legacy - HZ<br>2. Hungry for Lunch - HZ<br>3. The Power of Chi - HZ, LB<br>4. The Arrival of Kai - HZ, PM<br>5. A New Father - HZ, PM<br>6. The Hall of Heroes - HZ, LB, PM<br>7. The Legend of Kai - HZ, PM<br>8. Mei Mei's Ribbon Dance - HZ, LB, NW<br>9. The Panda Village - HZ, LB<br>10. Jaded - HZ, LB, PM<br>11. How to Be a Panda - HZ, LB<br>12. Portrait of Mom - LB<br>13. Po Belongs - HZ, LB <br>14. Kai is Closer - HZ, LB, PM<br>15. Two Fathers - HZ, LB, PM<br>16. The Battle of Legends - HZ, LB<br>17. The Spirit Realm - HZ, LB, PM<br>18. The Dragon Warrior - HZ, LB<br>19. Passing the Torch - HZ<br>20. Father and Son - LB<br><br>Just easier to read that way IMO, even if credit is due to Powell and Imagine Dragons. :)Hmm, interesting. Alright, Hybrid, do you know which of these cues are just HZ then (besides Hungry for Lunch, Passing the Torch, and Oogway's Legacy)?what did HZ do on Ribbon Dance? Isn't that the father / son theme?
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  2016, January 01  updated by Hybrid Soldier
Hans Zimmer to score DUNKIRK

Hans Zimmer confirmed to Hans-Zimmer.com he is set to score Christopher Nolan's upcoming film DUNKIRK. The film is set for release on July 21, 2017. Shooting should begin in may 2016 in France. As excepted on a Christopher Nolan project, Hans already started working on a few ideas very early on. This marks the 6th collaboration between Hans & Christopher Nolan, after the Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception & Interstellar.







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Salem reply Replies: 0 || 2016-03-26 01:59:26
Zimmer & Nolan EPIC :)

Derin reply Replies: 0 || 2016-01-09 06:40:30
The news isn't surprising considering the partnership between the duo in the past couple of years.

Cooper reply Replies: 0 || 2016-01-04 21:01:32
I hope it's gonna be special, unique and beautiful like an interstellar's soundtrack.

Akash Belekar reply Replies: 0 || 2016-01-01 20:11:28
This collaboration always brings some unique soundtracks. waiting for it....

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 2 || 2016-01-01 15:48:01
No real surprise here, but let's make it official ! ;)


Dimitris Krommidas2016-01-01 16:50:07
Yes!!! Happy new year!


isildur2016-01-01 19:04:26
Not surprising but still Awesome News! It's going to be EPIC!

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