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What does that have to do with a distribution companies screw up???<br>All I want is my CD I ordered two months ago so I can listen to the man's music that IS great.Imagine if this happened :<br><br>Ludwig Van Beethoven writes the 9th Symphony, and after months and months of perfecting and fine tuning his genius, he finally reveals his vision to the world.<br><br>At the same time, a theatre group decides to use this amazing work of art as the background music to a play....<br><br>Some theatre audience members who were lucky enough to have experienced both versions of the symphony Are not happy  that the theatre changed one of the movements from the original composition to make it fit better with the plays narrative...<br><br>These same audience members camp outside Beethovens residence shouting their demands,  him to fix it. "FIT IT NOW!!" "THIS IS RIDICULOUS!!" Etc etc<br><br>Think about it.<br><br>Hans is a modern day Beethoven. He is a genius who composes stunning, unequalled works of art. Interstellar is his most recent masterpiece.<br><br>Who are you to question him?<br><br>Think about it.Nicely put Anonymous. There's a great book called "Scientific Creationism" (written by a creation scientist of course) which focuses totally on the many problems and inconsistencies with the evolutionary theory and provides extremely logical evidence in support of a young Earth and intelligent design.  It does not use  Biblical references or quotes so maybe some of the non-believers out there could check it out.  At the very least it may open up your minds to other possibilities.  Just my two cents.Hybrid, if the numbers mean nothing then it works both ways.  What makes millions of people who don't believe in God anymore right then the millions who do believe?  I do feel sorry for you if you are just expecting to feel nothing or be nothing after you're dead. What hopelessness that must be.<br><br>Zimson, I was not making up stories at all, I was merely giving you some of the creationist point of view arguments against evolution.  There really is a great deal of very strong anti-evolution evidence out there that should not just be brushed off. There are volumes written on the subject.  Many evolution scientists have acknowledged some of the problems with the theory but they would never consider the God /creation side of the argument because that goes against the humanistic approach most scientists prefer to pursue.  I understand why scientists would feel this way because simply believing that God created everything is too simple.  They have to prove their "intelligence" and faith-based beliefs are not scientific to them.  I get that but I also understand the power of God and faith which cannot be explained.<br><br>I respect the differing opinions here and I find this discussion very interesting.@anonymous <br>I used the word "crazy" cause you made up ridiculous stories to putatively disprove <br>things that are currently considered as scientific standard. The reason it can be called this way is that it's not so easy to do so. I would never consider someone crazy just because they believe in God.
The number means NOTHING... It's not because 5 billion human think God exist that the only one guy who says "no way" is wrong and deserves to be burnt. A big majority of Germans voted for Hitler out of despair in 1933, most of them were not racist assholes, and we can agree that the "number" made a big mistake there...<br><br>I'll go "Interstellar" on this but the problem is we experience time as a line, with past, present & future, and we assume there would be a "starting" point of origin. What if there's not... What if before Big Bang there was no "before", no time as we know it, in some sort of different dimension we can't even imagine ? We'll probably never explain all this...<br><br>Just like after death there's nothing to expect. No "after" either, no heaven or afterlife or anything... Not even void. And we won't even regret it, it's not like we'll keep thinking, we'll be no more... Theories, theories...<br><br>Well I have no problem if people want to believe in things, I blame people who tried throughout history to brainwash the whole planet (and generally quite violently) they THEY were RIGHT... Just don't throw your faith to my face... :)MacArthur, you are correct. That really is the problem for both evolution and creation, both models require that something came from nothing.  As for me, my faith in God allows me to believe that He was the originator. I'm not at all crazy as I think Ed or Zimson called me earlier.  There are millions and millions of believers in the world who believe in God and creation, I don't think we are all nuts.  When a person comes to understand and accept faith in God, then it is hard to explain but I believe God actually transforms that person's heart into believing His truths.  Those of you out there who believe in God and the Bible know exactly what I'm talking about.It really has!No, much much more complicated than that ! :)Good music from Hans, but let's face it: this soundtrack release has been a huge mess from start to finish :p
So this is a project that Hans collaborate with someone who's not from RCP? This Martin guy is a nobody so my guess is Hans is recruit to replace part of Martin's music.Like who ?Wasn't this originally getting a score by someone else within Zimmer's team?Honestly In the sense of this argument I think that it makes sense that God created the world rather than it just happening or evolving. <br><br>Think of it this way out of the nothingness came something. That is basically what evolution is. and Hybrid I just asked a question. that was truthfully a logical one. I'm not forcing God or Religion on anyone. I'm just asking questions. That just demand thought.<br><br>Emphases on nothingness."You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)"<br><br>Right! We're a tiny spot in the universe but we still want to believe someone out there cares about our little lifes. I wonder if all the intelligent alien species have developed a religion. We won't find out in our lifetime most likely.
"I believe that God created everything. Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747. It's absurd."<br><br>Evolution does happen by itself, but there's a system behind it and it works across species (group selection, etc.) - just like a software. And no reliable scientist will ever say the big bang just happened by itself, they will say that we don't know it for sure yet. <br>That's why science can't rule out a creator. Some super powerful being could have programmed a code and formed the laws of nature, but what we know for sure is, that no one interferes, because math works everywhere and every time.  <br>The only plausible explanation for me is that we're stuck in a never-ending cycle. Once the black holes will have absorbed all the matter in the universe they will form one super-black-hole. This state would be very similar to the one "before" the big bang.Why are you putting in my mouth words about evolution here ? Re-read I was never said a word... But the world is 6000 years old, built in 6 days (and probably flat too, we've been lied to !).<br><br>Some book said so ! Must be true !<br><br><br>And please creationists, don't try to play the smartass proving you're right by proving the others are wrong... *So proud of myself I destroyed your theory, I just forgot that mine doesn't make any fucking sense either !*<br><br>You don't have to be a genius and study the millions of animal species on this planet to see that living organisms on Earth tend to adapt, even physically, to their environment. I remember watching recently an interesting documentary about a species in Asia (don't remember which -_-), and a part of the animals went to Sri Lanka when it was still "attached" to India, and finally got trapped when Sri Lanka became an island. And the species ended up much different than its original cousins, with capacity to climb trees & stuff and adapt to life on the island.<br><br>You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)So far we are good... I knew that one for quite some time but wasn't really official yet...Good analogy anonymous, I couldn't have said it any better than that. <br><br>Don't forget, all the evolutionists can do is just keep adding billions and billions of years to the equation to try and laughably explain away every unexplainable aspect of evolution.  Who knows, maybe with enough years, that 747 just might be able to create itself too.<br><br>Zimson, one of the biggest problems with evolution is the lack of transitional fossils in the fossil record.  If for example a fish somehow turned into frog over billions of years, wouldn't you "logically" assume there would be as many half-fish half-frog fossils in the record as there are fish and frogs?  What, did they suddenly change overnight?  This is true of literally every species in the record.  Why are there not millions of half-ape, half-man skeletons either?  Every once in a while they find a jaw bone or something that is a little different and then try to claim that is proof of evolution.  There should be transitional human skeletal fossils in as much abundance as there are fully human ones but there aren't.Hybrid, whats the difference between believing mankind "just happened" or like you, believing that a supposed big bang "just happened" leading to all the intricacies and mechanical order of the universe and vast species of complex biological life?  By the way, I don't believe mankind "just happened", I believe that God created everything.  Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747.  It's absurd.
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Hélio Biazoto reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-10 03:55:21
Hello, I'm a musician marching band in Brazil and we care about playing the theme from the movie Rango, Rango Suite. Is there any way to get the sheet music? Thank you in advance.

john reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-08 21:18:08
hans -

i wouldn't feel right visiting this page and not expressing to you the impact your music has had on my life. To be more specific, the musical score from Gladiator and how profoundly powerful and true to the film it really was. 14 years later and I still consider it the best musical score of any movie I've ever seen (my opinion, of course). The success of that film is attributed to your musical genius. Thank you for pouring your heart and soul in to your work and wishes to you for your continued success.

Maik reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-08 21:09:29
Hallo Hans Zimmer,

vielen Dank für viele unvergessliche Momente, die Du mir durch Deine Musik geschenkt hast. So viel musikalisches Geschick verdient meinen allergrößten Respekt!

Ich hoffe, wir hören noch viele Jahre Deine Musik, die unvergesslich bleiben wird.

Beste Grüße aus Deutschland
Maik

Roman Kursin reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-06 00:14:35
Mr Zimmer !
I am a Digital Media student of Edinburgh Napier University, I am doing Sound Production module with Dr. Iain McGregor.
Is it possible to get some critics regarding my project I have done:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oWNpej9XC0
My e-mail: mindw0rk@live.com
Regards
Roman

Jack reply Replies: 0 || 2014-04-02 13:32:29
Hi, this festival is using your music for their trailer (petty sure without authorization): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=527281340716112&set=vb. 442964305814483&type=3&theater

Ilshat Kashapov reply Replies: 0 || 2014-03-29 11:06:55
www . youtube . com / watch?v=iKo7PGBZlJY here is illegal using Your music by famous russian TV channel. 1:56:30

HansZimmerFan3000 reply Replies: 0 || 2014-03-20 20:47:11
Hello Mr Zimmer,
I enjoy your music a lot. I was wondering...... (here goes)
Would you do a collaboration with Two Steps From Hell, Instrumental Core or any other soundtrack creator.
I think it would be a great idea!

Oleg reply Replies: 0 || 2014-03-19 22:05:57
I wanna tell you, Hans Zimmer, that yours copyright is violated. Ukrainian channel STB use your music from movies (Batman Begins, Pearl Harbor) in reclame and its own programmes.

Steve reply Replies: 0 || 2014-03-17 22:03:25
There are films and then there are great films that have been made for Hans Zimmer's music






mikkel grum bovin reply Replies: 1 || 2014-02-20 21:25:02
I just worked my butt off,for 2 weeks-and then i read the RULES ! You are not in the competition if you are NOT a citizen of these countries ; 2.4 This Competition is open to residents of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada (excluding Quebec), Germany and Sweden only Im living in my native Copenhagen,9 km from Sweden-and that fact disqalify´s me from the contest ! Just be shure you know these "rules" before youre get youre hopes up ! I simply find Hans Zimmer FRAUDULENT when he says "Come-ALL composers-I Want You ! Hans Zimmer DONT want you if youre not from those-seemingly arbitrary countries ! Good Luck (with that name-youll need it!)


Annie2014-03-10 01:43:04
Really? It took you two weeks to rework this? Then you're clearly wrong for this job anyway because over here in LA you have to write a minimum of 2 minutes a day, for TV even more - in the same quality as that competition piece.

Also, don't call him fraudulent, please. They clearly marked the rules, it's your fault for not reading them beforehand. Lashing out at him and his peers for your mistake is not fair. Also, I'm guessing that the reason for the country restrictions is simply a VISA reason - it is very hard to get in the US so I'm guessing they have some go-to people for these specific countries. For all other countries, it would probably simply be too hard or expensive to get a VISA.

Now peace, please.

samvox reply Replies: 2 || 2014-02-23 11:31:20
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Zaine Griff will be releasing a CD of remastered demos from the 1978 - 1981 on the 15th May. The collection featuring 14 tracks in total, will include several recorded with Hans Zimmer and Warren Cann (Ultravox)recorded around the period of the 'Figvres' and unreleased 'Spies' sessions. In an unashamed plug, please head over to my Zaine site for more info. www.zainegrif.co.uk


samvox2014-02-23 11:32:01
Sorry typo www.zainegriff.co.uk


Hybrid Soldier2014-02-23 11:49:47
This is very cool ! :)

Keep us posted ! :)

I'm very interested in that !

Oliver Rhein reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-21 16:35:45
Lieber Hans Zimmer,

was soll man Ihnen sagen, Sie haben sicherlich schon alle Superlative über sich gehört. Zu recht gehört!

Da bleibt mir nur noch ein schlichtes DANKE übrig. Ich freue mich auf viele weitere Stücke von Ihnen!

Ich ziehe meinen Hut!
Oliver Rhein

Remy reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-21 16:19:47
Hello, master Zimmer, I present my name is Remy and I live in France. I address this message to you to express my gratitude and thank you for the happiness you bring to me through your music compositions, I am your work for more than a decade, despite the time ever you get to amaze me. Some of your songs are so precious to me, they come to expressed a lot of feelings in me, indescribable. People have dreams to be an actor or singer, to be rich to travel. Me if I have a dream, nothing happened for a minute with you in the studio and see you at work, this dream is unattainable, I ask you if you could send me an autographed photo that you will for me a small portion of my dream fulfilled. Thank you very much and good luck!
If I give you my contact information.Rémy Calédonien
Rue du bois venay Bâtiment Provence Appt 28
28350 Saint Lubin Des Joncherets
France

Soodeok reply Replies: 0 || 2013-11-02 03:56:35
Mr. Hans

I'm a Performance major at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and will be working with a lot of composers in the future. For my final Artistry, Creativity, and Inquiry seminar project, I get to present the views and experience of one expert in film scoring, and I'd like that person to be you. Because of your amazing work for film such as The Lion King, and The Dark Night, your creation of a variety, and your unique background which was raised by musician mother, and engineer father, I know my class would be really interested in getting your insights into film scoring. Would it be possible for us to have a brief 10-15 minute discussion about this over the phone or Skype in the next 3 weeks? I know how busy you must be, so if it isn't possible, I completely understand and appreciate your considering it.

Thank you for your time,

Soodeok
skim60@berklee.edu

Ben Knoedler reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-18 01:14:34
To the editors of the sight-

Could you make an option to load the latest releases as a LIST? Right now there is the scrolling bar at the top of the website, which is an improvement from the previous arrow controls. But could you make a "See All" option so that we could view all the latest soundtracks released in a list?

I really appreciate your time. Thank you.

-Ben

Al Sumrall reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-19 06:06:50
Mr. Zimmer: I have zero talent at anything and can only admire and appreciate from afar, both literally and figuratively, but I have watched Angels and Demons over and again, I am mesmerized by the score. I am an atheist, perhaps my lack of talent makes me so, perhaps religion is also a talent or a gift as Professor Langdon suggests. As such I cannot "feel" what one might feel by making beautiful music and I know I cannot truly appreciate it or the actually hard work and effort that refines the talent. Even as a non-believer, the Vatican has always had a fascination for me and this perfect score deepens my appreciation of the beauty of the art, the antiquity, and the tradition of so many centuries of the Church's dogged perseverance. This music will also persevere. The music rises above the silly fantasy in the film as well as the actual blandness of the church outside it's beautiful and bright trappings. The score is so much more than the film, the value of the film is really the art that it displays with it's admittedly high production values (led by your score), which makes it very watchable. When this film is forgotten, the score will still remain and I hope it one day finds itself in a film that fully matches it. Thank you for this beautiful music, it makes me feel like a better person just by listening to it. Thank you for making life a little better.

Leonid Titov reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-17 15:47:37
Dear all,
I'm seeking publishing rights to "Maestro" composition by Hans Zimmer (there's a synch request for it).
It used to be controlled by Universal Music Publishing in the past. But now the publisher seems to have changed and I cannot find it.
Do you have any idea about it?

Many thanks and regards,

Leonid.

Cody Ortz reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-16 18:22:42
Hello Mr. Zimmer,

I'm a huge admirer of your work and have used some of your orchestration ideas in many of my own compositions! As I'm sitting here listening to some of your tracks, I wonder how you work through your compositional ideas--essentially, how do you take an idea and put it to music?

The reason I ask is because classical composers (Beethoven, for instance) have sketchbooks that we can observe and see their compositional process. But since composers started using technology to write, these "sketches" aren't around. I guess what I'm asking is what would your sketchbook look like?

Thanks!
Cody
codyortzmusic.simdif.com

cody reply Replies: 1 || 2014-02-14 02:47:19
what software does han zimmer use for his music production


MacArthur2014-02-14 03:57:38
I think at one point he did use logic pro.

Michael reply Replies: 2 || 2014-02-09 12:29:16
I am madly in search of the greek sounding theme from the little 1987 thriller "The Wind"/aka "Edge of Terror". Hans Zimmer took part in the credits and I think, he wrote that wonderful piece of music. But can't find it anywhere on CD. Does anyone know something about it or where to get it?

Thanks, Michael


Antas, Webmaster2014-02-09 18:55:17
It has never been released on CD. You should by the DVD and rip the score from it


Michael2014-02-09 22:24:27
Bad news, but thanks very much for answering. Now I know, I can stop my searching. The DVD is already mine.

Antas, Webmaster reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-05 17:24:47
Working on new streaming players on the site (cover versions page...). Let me know if It doesn't work for you :)

Daniel reply Replies: 1 || 2014-01-31 15:49:12
How does one start learning the trade? Classical music and movie scores are all I enjoy listening to, and I want to do something in the music field for a lifetime gig. But I have no idea where to start, being a freshman in highschool.


Anonymous2014-02-02 14:18:10
compose, compose and compose some more. Offer your services to amateur filmmakers looking for a composer

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2014-02-02 06:33:56
What's that Daft Punk helmet thing doing at the top right portion of the website?

Christine Kremer reply Replies: 2 || 2014-01-17 03:08:01
Does Hans take auditions?


trent easton navarro2014-01-28 19:18:45
Not yet, but this year he's planning on starting his own talent show, America's Next Top Composer


Edmund Meinerts2014-01-28 20:54:06
Would that make Zimmer the film music equivalent of Simon Cowell? Forcing dozens upon dozens of vanilla, identical-sounding musicians onto the scene? :p

Disclaimer for the sensitive: that was a JOKE, and not necessarily what I think of Zimmer or RCP. ;)

Jena reply Replies: 5 || 2014-01-28 07:37:57
Mr. Zimmer,
I just wanted to inform you how excited I am that you will be composing the music for the upcoming film Divergent. Can't wait to hear it!


Edmund Meinerts2014-01-28 10:41:36
I'm afraid you're mistaken...the music for Divergent will be composed by one Junkie XL (along, it seems, with pretty much every other film coming out in 2014).


Macejko2014-01-28 11:11:35
Why can't people just think...


0-cool2014-01-28 11:35:39
what other movies is junkie XL scoring?


Hybrid Soldier2014-01-28 11:53:19
Click on his profile here and you'll know...


0-cool2014-01-28 12:03:58
Mad Max is coming in 2015, not this year

Linar reply Replies: 4 || 2014-01-20 17:58:03
Hello, I'm your biggest fan. I would be glad if you send me your photo
with autograph. Thank you in advance. From Russia with love.

My adress:
Russian Federation
Republic of Bashkortostan
450098 Ufa
Bul'var Tyul'kina str. 7/3-16
My name is Linar Akhmetianov


Ds2014-01-20 20:17:55
You're wrong, I am his biggest fan... Sorry :/


isildur2014-01-20 23:25:20
LOL


MacArthur2014-01-20 23:35:08
Haha


badbu2014-01-21 20:48:50
:D

Anton reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-17 20:38:13
Hallo, Herr Zimmer! Ich war sehr von Ihrer Musik inspiriert! Sie sind wahnsinnig talentierter Komponist! Ich würde gerne wissen, werden Sie in der nächsten Ankündigung in der Welt oder in Russland Konzerte?

Monika Schmidt reply Replies: 4 || 2013-10-14 18:10:02
Lieber Hans Zimmer,

ich will ihnen von ganzem Herzen meinen Dank ausrichten.
Ihre Musik ist einfach wunderbar, wundertoll. Sie haben so vielen meiner Lieblingsfilmen die Musik verliehen und somit auch die Emotionen und Gefühle, die sich in den Filmen aber auch in uns widerspiegeln. Sie haben jedem der Filme eine Seele gegeben, eine Geschichte, ein Gefühl.
Sie haben die Figuren durch ihre Musik zum leben erweckt, denn ohne Musik würden sie nur einfache Animationen sein. Sie lassen uns durch die Musik die Gefühle der Figuren spüren.
Ihre Musik ist besser als, jeder Song, der in den Charts auf Platz eins war oder ist, denn in jedem ihrer Stücke ist ein Teil ihrer Seele vorhanden, man kann dies spüren. Ich kann ihre Musik stundenlang hören ohne dabei ein Gefühl der Eintönigkeit zu bekommen. Mittlerweile kann ich nur noch ihre Musik und die von ihrem Kollegen, John Powell, hören. Mehrmals erwische ich mich, wie ich bei meinen Lieblingsstücken vor Freude lächle oder sogar weine. Sie inspirieren mich jeden Tag aufs neue. Das tolle an ihrer Musik ist, dass obwohl sie einige male ein und die selbe Melodie benutzen, wie zum Beispiel im Film Kung Fu Panda 2, diese sich aber immer voneinander unterscheiden, denn mit jedem mal kommen andere Gefühle mit ins Spiel. Die Schönheit ihrer Musik ist eigentlich gar nicht in Worten auszudrücken. Man kann dies nur fühlen. Wenn ich ein Bild zu ihrer Musik malen sollte, dann würde es kunterbunt sein, aber nicht so, dass es dreckig aussieht, sondern leuchtend, sauber, klar. Sie und ihre Musik sind mehr wert, als alles Gold, Silber der Welt. Sie sind einfach unbezahlbar. Genauso wie ihr Orchester, die ihren zauberhaften Noten klang gegeben haben.
Mit diesem Brief schreibe ich wohl einige der vielen Gedanken auf, die jeder Fan von ihnen hat. Diese Gedanken sind aber viel zu viele, als dass man sie aufschreiben könnte. Würde man sie alle aufschreiben, wäre das daraus entstandene Buch die „Bibel“ für Hans-Zimmer-Fans.

Ich danke ihnen Hans Zimmer. Ich danke ihnen, und ihren Eltern, dass es sie gibt. Ich danke ihnen, dass sie ihre Bestimmung in der Musik gefunden haben. Ich danke ihnen, dass sie mich inspirieren, mich zum lachen, weinen bringen. Ich danke ihnen, dass sie so tollen Filmen die Musik geben. Ich danke ihnen, dass sie genau ihr Orchester gewählt haben.

Ich danke ihnen Hans Zimmer.
Für Alles. &#9829;


Phil2013-10-14 18:28:47
Ich hätte es selber nicht besser ausdrücken können! :)


Michael Keßler2014-01-10 21:26:28
Hallo Monika,
Wir sind Seelenverwandt :-) Du hast das sehr schön beschrieben, mir geht es genauso.
Gruß Michael


badbu2014-01-10 21:38:43
schön geschrieben ;)


Zimson2014-01-11 06:56:45
Wirklich sehr schön :) Seit kurzem bin ich begeisterst von The Last Samurai. Unglaublich, was man mit Musik alles machen kann.
- "Mittlerweile kann ich nur noch ihre Musik und die von ihrem Kollegen, John Powell, hören."
Mir geht es genauso, habe schon ewig die Top 40 charts nicht mehr angerührt.
Someone should send this to Hans, he would be glad to read that. :)

Michael Keßler reply Replies: 0 || 2014-01-10 21:02:03
Hallo Herr Zimmer,
Ich möchte einfach mal Danke sagen für die fantastische Musik, sie sind der Beethoven des 21. Jahrhunderts! DANKE !
Viele Grüße aus Thüringen

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