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Than it's okay :)Nope, I can't...@Hybrid: haha you know I can't wait to listen to Lorne's new :)<br><br>Hybrid can you add some Lorne Balfe Complete Scores??? Would like to see some complete list from himIt is my dream come true to hear you live, Hans. Unfortunately, I'm from Serbia, and you bypassed my country, but today I finally received a ticket for your show in Sofia, Bulgaria. My happiness can not be described. Right now I'm looking at your list for the show, and as much as I know I'll be mesmerized by hearing “160BPM” or Sherlock Holmes Theme “Discombobulate” right there, in front of me, I'm sorry to see that some of your most wondrous work have been bypassed as well. It seems to me that you're holding on to your theme pieces, while there are more emotional and stunning numbers, even in those movies from which you've already made your selection. If I must mention something, that will be “The Da Vinci Code”, “The Lion King” and “Pirates” from the works included, and what saddens me the most is that “The Prince of Egypt” and “The Last Samurai” are not in there in any way. I think, and I'll be bold enough to say that many will agree, that they deserve to be in your show, and will affect more people, rather than “Miss Daisy”, “The Thin Red Line”, or “True Romance”. Not to mention how they surpass some of the new ones with credit. I'm not by all means trying to degrade their value, I just think they're more deserving. I know that you can't please everyone, and I know that some of your work I will never hear in person, and as much as that saddens me, I must try and grasp for a straw that is the possibility that you'll hear me, and take what I have to say at least in consideration. That would be enough. I would be happy if my musical idol, which you really are, Hans, I admire you enormously, just saw what I've referred to him. To you. That would really be enough.<br><br>Now I'll state my mind, and mention what I will miss greatly in your show, even though my heart will be on the verge of collapsing from adrenalin when I see and hear you.<br><br>The Da Vinci Code; I adore “Chevalier De Sangreal”, but I would like to remind you of “The Citrine Cross”. Those flickering sonorous sounds are something most beautiful, and the Goddesses Choir (Isis, Asterteque, Venus, Sybillique; Deae Sanctissime perdite ubique) is something I never tire of listening. It's outstanding in every way. I especially liked that alternate version when Silas dies. And when I'm already mentioning Silas, “The Pascal Spiral”, when he's self injuring is something most dramatic and intense I've heard. Besides those two I will only mention “Maleus Maleficarum”. That female choir is breathtaking. So breathtaking. I hope you don't mind but I even managed to feature it in a production of “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, in my acting school, and that scene had everyone captivated, just because of the music. I cherish that memory greatly.<br><br>The Lion King; Here I'll be short. “Under the Stars” and “King of the Past”. Those tracks are stupendous! The end in King of the Past almost always leaves me in tears. And in almost every concert album of yours I was a bit disappointed because every time there was an arrangement of “This Land”, and never any of these.<br><br>As for the Pirates: “Mermaids”! The City of Prague Philharmonics did just in their album of your music! Those haunting voices and string instruments are impeccable. And I think it will be masterful for the audience to experience them, too. One more I have to mention here, but I suppose that organ pieces are out of the question, giving the fact that "No Time for Caution", or any of the “Interstellar” (I'm sorry about that, too), is not featured in the show's list of arrangements. That one is “The Organ of Davy Jones”. That track is a favorite of my father's, and of mine. Especially the organ part, and the music box. That theme is to me one of your greatest achievements. And I thank you for it.<br><br>I also forgot to say (or ask), why is the “Am I Not Merciful” track not included? Because that one was in almost all of your previous concerts. That track, too, was in my play. :)<br>And I always thought it was more suitable for an execution scene, or something, especially that part that plays somewhere around 2 minutes. But the whole scene in the film is absolutely phenomenal.<br><br>I know I'm long, if you're reading this you're probably getting tired, but, hey, it is a straw, remember. And it is a long shot. Literally.<br><br>For last I'm getting back to “The Last Samurai” and “The Prince of Egypt”. “A Way of Life”, or that Suite that The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra did are gorgeously powerful. As are “Deliver Us” and “The Burning Bush” from the Prince. I suppose that “Deliver Us” isn't used in regards to Ofra Haza's untimely death, but I think that it in fact could be a beautiful homage to her. Think about that.<br><br>At the end I would like to congratulate you for what you have done. You've brought me such joy, and I know you will still. Your music was there for me in some crucial points in my life, and I can't express how grateful and happy I am that you've decided to make a tour and grace us with hearing you in person. I don't know if you're reading this. Maybe you won't. Maybe all I’ve said is in vain. But the thought of you just seeing how much your music means to me, means the world to me. If you change your mind and take into consideration just one of these masterpieces of yours, I would be blessed beyond words, but even if you don't, I know that my dream of hearing you live will certainly come true on the 16. of May next year. And that is more than enough for me. I wish you all the best in life, and I'll be seeing you. Right there, in Sofia. :)<br><br>Igor<br>suite is awesome <CRY>
Put some IS tracks into the show.. a MUST HAVE ! ;)<br>How about INTERSTELLAR ??? Pleaaaasseee !!!Hybrid: How about a Poll for the Fans? Hans loved involving his fans, just like in TDKR, and here he can listen to the fans what should be played. As its hard to choose which cue it should be played, the option would be instead which movie should be played. Let's say the 10 movies with the most votings, should be played then live. <br><br>It would be seriously a shame, if Last Samurai and King Arthur would not have a chance to be presented. <br><br>And time should be enough to prepare something new...I'm still hoping that Hans will play the complete score of The Thin red Line (including bootlegs, especially bootlegs !). I know I'm dreaming... :D<br><br>Seriously, Hans, forget TASM2 or Driving Miss Daisy. Remember the violin in Daniel's 9th Cipher, the choral in On the Road !<br><br><br><br>Any way to make some tour date in the United States? Preferably the Northern Virginia and Washington D. C. area.<br><br>I absolutely love your scores for movies. I could listen to your beautiful music over and over again. <br><br>Please consider coming to the United States!!!!<br><br>Sincerely, a big fan!
Are you from a country that Hans Zimmer isn't coming to then?Also, along side Rush I think the King Arthur soundtrack is too good not to be played live! Anything from the score would be amazing.Also, along side Rush I think the King Arthur soundtrack is too good not to be played live! Anything from the score would be amazing.I so agree, Rush live would be amazing! "Lost But Won" and "1976"especially.I would love to hear some of his compositions for big orchestra, e.g. Marry Me Suite, Prince of Egypt, King Arthur. Those would make great in a show like this. HZ Revealed was more of a Rock/Pop compilation.
Rush would sound amazing, and i dont think it would be too difficult to plan as only a rock section is needed.... i dont see why Hans would disagree :-pWell I've been inceptioning him with Rush for over a year, but that's probably not gonna happen either... lol"The End" was actually "Aurora", I think. It was playing in the background while Hans gave a speech about the events of Aurora.<br><br>I agree that you can't put everything, but I'm pretty sure much more people know The Last Samurai than Green Card for instance.<br><br>Anyway it's pointless to argue as it's not going to change anything... unless Hans is reading it, in that case I'll continue to speak about King Arthur/Last Samurai all day long :-pSurprised The End was performed in Dark Knight medley, thought Rise would have been that's the best from TDKR soundtrack, imo<br><br>agree that Interstellar should be added- Opening Medley (Driving Miss Daisy (Theme) / Sherlock Holmes (Discombobulate) / Madagascar 2 (Rescue))<br>- Crimson Angel (Medley Crimson Tide (Roll Tide) / Angels & Demons (160 BPM))<br>- Gladiator (Progeny / The Wheat / The Battle / Honor Him / Now We Are Free)<br>- The Da Vinci Code (Chevalier de Sangreal/503)<br>- The Lion King (Circle Of Life opening / Lea Halalela / King Of The Pride Rock)<br>- POTC Medley (Jack Sparrow / Love Suite / Up is Down / He’s A Pirate)<br>- True Romance (Theme)<br>- Medley Rain Man (End Titles) / Green Card (Instinct)<br>- Man Of Steel (What Are You Going To Do)<br>- The Thin Red Line (Journey to the Line)<br>- Spider Man 2 (Elektro)<br>- The Dark Knight Medley (Joker / Like A Dog Chasing Cars / Moody Bruce / The End)<br>- Inception Medley (Dream Is Collapsing / Mombasa / Time)<br><br>That was it... :)<br><br>You know, as I was there I discussed with the musical director Peter Asher and as he said and everyone can understand it, you can't put everything or please everyone !<br><br>But really, even if it could be difficult (Organ...), adding Interstellar MUST be done !! lol

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Dominika reply Replies: 0 || 2015-11-19 13:31:14
Come to Italy please!!

a disappointed fan reply Replies: 3 || 2015-11-18 23:29:04
Dear mr Hans Zimmer,

After buying a ticket for your show I just drove 10 hours to be at your concert in Wroclaw.
To my surprise you weren't there. This is a bit confusing since your name is printed clearly and large on the ticket so I would expect you you to be there.

Could you please explain?

Sincere a disappointed fan.

Anonymous2015-11-19 04:01:53

This a joke

a disappointed fan2015-11-19 08:29:30
Unfortunately not.

Ds2015-11-19 08:39:31
If you go to "unofficial" concerts it's your problem, you should have checked that before... Many orhcestras organize concerts and play music from well-known composers, it doesn't mean the composer has to be there. Most of the time I guess the composer is not even aware of this concert.

Pablo reply Replies: 1 || 2015-11-15 16:55:32
How Can I contact mr. Zimmer about doing a arrangement of his ost?

AA1132015-11-18 00:25:28
** Don't try to give Hans email please ! **

rhod tibbles reply Replies: 5 || 2015-11-11 20:05:32
Film music makes a vivid impression on me. Just about my favourite film is Gladiator and I find the music very emotional and uplifting... particularly 'earth' and the first battle/final amphitheatre fight scene at the end. Could I raise a possible plagarism issue here ? While on a clipper ship cruise, the ships sails were raised to music that I assumed was part of Gladiator - but which I subsequently found was Vangelis soundtrack to a film Conquest of Paradise 1492. Listening to both in paralle, it is apparent as a keen musician, that both sound very similar - only difference is that Vangelis theme starts in minor key and moves to major while Gladiator starts in the major key - but the main tune sounds so similar...... but Gladiator came first. Anyone else notice this ? If so should the Vangelis version be considered as plagarism ??

billy2015-11-12 14:31:05
I think Vangelis' theme came fisrt, in 1992, while Gladiator was in 2000. They look similar indeed, but only in the beginning. In my opinion it's not a plagiarism, as the two melodies evolve differently, I would call it just an "inspiration" for Glaiator's theme,something that happens quite often, especially in film composing. Notice, also, that Vangelis has inspired Zimmer a lot ;-)

Edmund Meinerts2015-11-12 15:48:16
I think that bastard Holst stole something from Gladiator too. And don't get me started on that hack Richard Wagner. Man, Gladiator sure is a popular source of inspiration!


Edmund Meinerts2015-11-13 15:08:57
Yes, I'm a troll.

Wagnerian2015-11-14 15:35:55
Zimmers music is full of plagiarisms. Listen to Crimson Tide soundtrack and then to the Sigfried theme in Wagners ring... Come on! Really?

Wagnerian2015-11-14 15:43:26
OK "Plagiarism" is too strong a word - let's call it "inspiration". Zimmers music is great but it would be even greater to acknowledge the inspirations. Howard Shore admitted to the Rheingold Leitmotifs being a great inspiration for his amazing LOTR soundtrack...

Victor reply Replies: 0 || 2015-11-13 19:32:21
Hello, Hans!
My name is Victor and I am from Ukraine. I have great friend and he is your biggest fan, seriously! It so happened that soon his birthday. It would be great if you could send some kind of your item with your autograph for him. It is nothing for you but means a lot to him.
If you agree, i can send you my address.

Hopefully you read this,
With respect, Victor.

Sophia reply Replies: 0 || 2015-11-13 08:29:16
You're music is full of emotions. Many musicians are loosing the feelings in their music but you're music is catching me evertytime I listen to it. With such a talent you are a hero for many people.

Knut Becker reply Replies: 0 || 2015-11-05 11:47:14
Congratulations ... The Interstellar soundtrack is one of the best!!!

Andrea Schwaighofer reply Replies: 0 || 2015-10-31 20:37:00

Ich hab tausende Lieder, ohne die ich nicht leben könnte. Die Spitze führt schon seit über 20 Jahren Russ Ballard mit "on the rebound" an. Wobei ich das auch nicht als absolutes Lieblingslied titulieren könnte, da mir eben soooooo viele Andere auch gefallen. Wenn ich aber Hans Zimmer`s "Chevalier des Sangreal" höre, laufen mir jedes mal die Tränen. Einfach vor Freude und Ehrfurcht, dass Jemand so ein perfektes Lied komponiert hat. Gänsehaut von den Haarspitzen bis zum kleinen Zeh. Selbst wenn ich es 10mal hintereinander anhöre. Wer so einen Effekt bei einem anderen Menschen mit nur einem Lied erzeugen kann, ist für mich der Grösste. Danke Hans, wenn ich an einen guten Gott glauben würde, dann wüsste ich, dass Du es bist.

Horst Eidel reply Replies: 1 || 2015-10-22 12:23:11
Geschätzter Herr Hans Zimmer!

Sie und ich teilen uns nicht nur das gleiche Geburtsjahr und -land, sondern auch die Liebe zur Musik, im Besonderen den Soundtrack.

Da ich im nördlichsten Mittelgebirge Deutschlands, dem Harz, einige Ferienwohnungen betreibe, stelle ich auch eine Reihe von informativen Dokumentarfilmen her. Die letzte Produktion ist ein Portraits der UNESCO-Welterbestadt Quedlinburg mit dem Titel "Quedlinburg - Wiege Deutschlands".
Quedlinburgs Bürgermeister Eberhard Brecht begründete die Entscheidung für den Slogan "Wiege Deutschlands" mit der Rolle der Stadt zur Ottonenzeit im 10. und 11. Jahrhundert, als viele Reichstage hier stattfanden und damit der Ort der Mittelpunkt des Deutschen Reiches war. Für diese, wie ich denke, beeindruckende Doku dieser beeindruckenden Stadt habe ich keine bessere und passendere Begleitmusik gefunden als die genialen Melodien aus Madagascar 2 und 3. Es würde wirklich ein Unterschied zwischen Tag und Nacht ergeben, wenn ich freundlicher Weise diese legal erworbenen Kunstwerke in meinem Dokumentarfilm "Quedlinburg - Wiege Deutschlands" verwenden dürfte, um auf unserer Website interessierten Urlaubern zur Verfügung zu stellen.

Mit der herzlichen Bitte um Verwendung o.g. Melodien unter ausdrücklicher Namensnennung des genialen Composers verbleibe ich mit

Harzlichen Grüßen
Horst Eidel

Michael2015-10-25 06:25:22
Hans Zimmer bekommt deinen Post nicht mit. Es handelt sich hier um eine Seite die in Frankreich betrieben wird und nur so ausschauen soll als ob. Ich bin selber am Anfang auf diese Seite reingefallen. Gruß Mike

Ben Schäfer reply Replies: 0 || 2015-10-12 21:27:53
Dear Mr. Zimmer,

I just want to say 'thank you' for the incredible soundtrack to "Interstellar", especially "Dust", which lets me feel the deep space and make me thoughtful about everything. It is also a very good music for programming. I know you hear this very often and from everyone. But there is no reason why I shouldn't tell you also that you are awesome! Thanks for so many years of great music!

Daniel reply Replies: 0 || 2015-10-02 12:20:40
Dear Mr. Zimmer, My little sister is watching a TV series Called "The Hamama" which is using your pieces (Dark knight, Intersteller..), No credit is given to your name which makes me believe it is stolen.

It is hosted in Israel, The creator of the series Is Giora Hamizer, And the so called "music composer" is Tal Yardeni.

Sorry for the bad English, just wanted to let you know about the situation. It is a very popular Teen's show here.

Thanks for reading

AGC reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-27 23:40:40
I'd love to see Mr. Zimmer's Dark Knight concert put on bluray disc. :) I'd buy a copy for sure. Mastered professionally in DTS HD 7.1 audio.

Aleksandr reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-19 23:15:34
Dear Mr.Zimmer, thank You so much for the incredible music. Very pleased to be Your contemporary and be able to listen it. You are a genius composer, best wishes to You.

Marcus reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-15 22:58:41
Dear Mr. Zimmer. I recently discovered that a few songs on the magnificent Interstellar: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album on Spotify has been removed or dissapeared for some reason. The tracks included are "First Step", "No Time For Caution", "Flying Drone" and a few others. What is going on and will they be put back in the album soon? I'm a huge fan of you Hans so it's really killing me to not be able to enjoy your amazing music! I would be very thankful for your answer. Please contact me on my email or just respond here.
Best regards, Marcus.

Jo reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-15 00:37:07
Born on 12.09 in germany...
Happy Birthday ...and lets go to the forthcoming ventures

Vyacheslav reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-11 13:52:21
Hello, dear Hans Zimmer!
My name is Vyacheslav! I am the CEO of small and young theater company «Art-Lab». Our projects are focused on socially vulnerable segments of Russian population - children, seniors and war veterans.
Our company starts a new ballet statement for children, in which they can get knowledge of good and evil, lies and honesty, about how beauty and love will save our lives. For a full and strong sense reflection on the ballet stage, we want to use your music:
1. Cornfield Chase (OST Interstellar),
2. 160 BPM (OST Angels and Demons),
3. "Daniel's 9th Cipher" (OST - The Da Vinci Code)
We hope you will help us.

George reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-08 23:55:39
Mr. Zimmer,

I am writing this to you because a friend of ours who lives with my wife and I is a huge fan of yours. Because of you he is trying to get into the Carnegie School of Music in Pittsburgh, Pa. If there is any way you can send him not only some advice but words of encouragement. It would be much appreciated. He has a couple of disabilities he works with to include Turrets and aspergers syndrome. But he is determined to not only graduate school but to be able to create works as well as you do. He has written some works and he has had very little formal training but your words would help to inspire him.

Thank You

David reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-05 21:02:41
To Whom It May Concern,

I have directed a short film I want to put on youtube, but it would make the world of difference and make my video amazing if I could possibly speak to somebody about obtaining the rights to the song Waiting For A Train from the Inception soundtrack.

Please excuse me if this is not the correct place to ask as I am not sure the exact procedure. It would be much appreciated that if this is not the correct address to ask this, could you point me in the right direction. I can be contacted at Thanks in advance.



Evett reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-03 23:15:54
Hello Han,
Huge Fan!It would be so Great! if you can play at the L.a Philharmonic and do Gladiator soundtrack, Please.

Evett reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-03 23:13:01
Hello Han,
It would be so Great! if you can play at the L.a Philharmonic and do Gladiator soundtrack, Please.

Gusmariner reply Replies: 0 || 2015-09-02 10:55:17
Hi, I think that the music is awesome ! I make my personal diving movies ( not for sale and just for me and my friends ) and I think that the music of Zimmer fit 100% the scenes but I don't want to break the how can I do it ?


PheonixShadow reply Replies: 0 || 2015-08-28 23:17:12
HI Hans and gang,

You are exactly the kind of hero I like - an unsung hero !

Your music is brilliant. Gladiator, Last Samurai, and my all time favourite Black Rain. The closing theme is just unforgettable, where did you get the inspiration ?

KC reply Replies: 1 || 2015-08-13 02:21:07
Though I would much prefer to ask the composer himself, that option seems to be unavailable, so I shall ask the community of fans instead. In the song "Deliver Us" from The Prince of Egypt, around 5 minutes in, is a solo. The instrument that plays that solo sounds like a flute crossed with a recorder, and I would like to know what that instrument is. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know.

Steve2015-08-21 08:35:56
Probably a Picolo reply Replies: 1 || 2015-08-06 11:15:13
guten tag herr zimmer.

in dem film "die frau in gold zitieren sie ganz kurz ein lied von franz schubert.

nun meine frage mit der bitte um antwort: wie heißt der titel des liedes?

vielen dank und freundliche grüsse edda leher

Guhan2015-08-18 10:55:01

Rahul Gandhi reply Replies: 0 || 2015-08-05 11:22:22
Thanks Sir from Legendary Music. You are Living Legend. Greeting from India

Shiva reply Replies: 0 || 2015-07-31 16:38:20
Hello Mr. Zimmer, I am a very big fan of you .
I am just curious to know if you are aware of music maestro Mr. Ilayaraja , the master composer from India. Have you heard his compositions (both songs and BGMs) ? .
I am really curious to know if you have heard about him and that's because I consider him as my GOD of music.
I'll be really shocked if the answer is NO. Thanks .

Tony reply Replies: 0 || 2015-07-31 00:12:52
I enjoy listening to music and instrumentals. My comment to Hans Zimmer and his team is that I really enjoyed listening your music, especially from the soundtrack of Regarding Henry and Green Card. I really enjoy it. Thank you.

Jochen Ketterer reply Replies: 0 || 2015-07-26 19:54:39
Hello Mr.Zimmer, I really love your music.
I know you hear it all the time,it is so difficult to describe in words. Power, tears and all the time goose bumps. How music can wake up so many feelings is your magic. Thanks first for this.
I'd like to hear you live in concert. I see there is a concert in Poland, are you personally there? I'll be the happiest man on earth to see you playing TIME on the piano.
I'm from Germany, are there plans to give concerts in Germany with you?

Emily reply Replies: 1 || 2015-07-25 20:29:50
Hi, I am interested in creating a short film. Would it be possible to get permission to use music from the Interstellar soundtrack in the video?

Thank you

Hybrid Soldier2015-07-25 20:37:04
I see a loooooooooooot of people requesting music... Well, you guys have to ask music publishers !

In the case of Hans, go to ASCAP, request THEM !

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