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the performance was wonderfull, but i must tell you that the volume was very loud, sometimes the music turned into a lot of combined noise instead of beautifull sound that i expected, some suites where just impressive, but sometimes you coult not here the chior because if the loud music, to bad because i came all the way from Rotterdam Holland.
it was an awesome show in Oberhausen and i gladly enjoyed every track you played along with your fantastic band members and the awesome orchestra and choir. You give a lot of people a magnificent time with these concerts and that is something truly wonderful. I wouldn't know what to do better, except maybe showing some snippets (or images) from the respective movies. Otherwise i'd love to see that concert on DVD again :)
Yesterday night in Paris I sat awestruck witnessing what may be the best concert I ever attended. Several masterpieces like the Interstellar suite, Knights of the Sang Real and Gladiator already made it a magical 2 hours, but what always gets me is your amazing work for Lion King.
You and Lebo M made shed some tears performing Lea Halalela, straight from the underated album Rythm of the Pride Lands you seem to have composed together before Disney adulterated it. Since I am 9 years old, Busa/Kube/It's time/Noyana have made my heart fill with emotions every time. I am a huge fan of Lebo M and would have loved to find more of his music here in Europe. Perhaps you can help me with this. It was great to see how complicit you two have grown over these 20 years.
I also find your work with the pipe organ for Interstellar absolutely groundbreaking and awesome. I hope you get to compose more pieces with this kind of atmosphere in the future; you have found a way to transcribe just how small humans are before the immensity of space, but how thrilling and emotional exploration can be. No one has done this before you.
And these are but a few of the feats you demonstrated before us last night. My most sincere thanks and congratulations to you and your fantastic orchestra. I wish you a great tour, but I am sure you will be overwhelmed with the positive reception.
Just go back home after your, how can i say in words, amazing wonderfull live tonight in Paris... My skin never felt this kind of feeling when i was inside your music. It's so magical the share with you this moment. Thx also for your words regarding terrorists attempt... this night will be in my mind forever. And your track "Time" is one of the best track i ever listened in my own life <3 Thx to exist we all need guy like you.
I read what you recently had to say about how difficult it was to do the music for "Batman vs. Superman", and how you won't do any more 'superhero' scores.
While I haven't the vaguest conception of how difficult it must be to compose new music, I wanted to say that I was very impressed with your new theme for Wonder Woman, and if you were to do a full score based on that theme alone, I would gladly pay $20 for it.
Regardless, I have been a huge fan for years and will continue to look forward to anything new that you do.
I was in Hamburg yesterday to attend your concert. I've been hoping this was going to get great, but I did not expect THAT!! It just blew me away. From the first second to the last note: Fantastic, mindblowing, magic - just perfect! Also your words about Heath Leadger and Aurora - GREATNESS! A huge Thank You to You and all the musicians for this unforgettable night YOU HAVE TO RECORD A LIVE DVD... I promise I'd buy at least 10. One for me and 9 for the coming birthdays of friends...
Pretty sure you won't really read this because you get so many messages, but I'll give it a try anyway! I'll be coming to your concert on the 24th of May in Rotterdam (in the Netherlands, my home country). And it would just mean the world to me if you'd perform ''Now We Are Free'' from Gladiator that night, because it's kind of my life's anthem, haha. I know you probably have a strict regime and order of songs you use in your concerts (and maybe this song is already in it), but I just wanted to give this a shot because it's the most beautiful song ever and I'd love to hear it live.
I went to his concert in Brussels yesterday, and you won't be dissapointed ;-)
YOU HAVE TO READ THIS. First of all your music and soundtracks for the large amounts of movies you cooperated with are masterpieces, especially in Batman V Superman. But this is a suggestion. AS AN HOMAGE TO THE DCAU, JUSTICE LEAGUE , JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED, CAN YOU PLEASE REMAKE VERSIONS OF THE THEME SONGS OF THE TWO SHOWS AND USE THE THE FIRST THEME FOR PART 1 AND USE THE UNLIMITED THEME FOR PART 2. This will bring out the glory of this legendary group of superheroes and the tv show which once was home to them. Seriously, please do this.
First of all and as you may imagine already, I am a huge fan.
I have a question which I think all of your fans that never have seen a live concert yours already made, but I would like to ask you, when / if there is some thought to come to my country or Spain in a short time.
For sure there are many fans as me asking the same all around our country.
Dear Zimmer, First of all, I am an ordinary person. I've interested theater but not professinal. I love your music. If you can allow, I would like to use "Drink up me hearties" and "Mombasa" and "Good Authority" music for the street theater play. It's including genres satire and dramatic. It is free. Open for everyone I wait your answer. Sincerely
Mr.Zimmer, I love your music. Particularly the themes of Pirates of the Caribbean. My favorites are Blackbeard's theme and Jack Sparrow's theme. They give me goose bumps every time I hear them, and believe me... I don't easily get goose bumps. I tip my hat to you! You are a musical genius! Greetings from Belgium!
Blackbeard's theme over Davy Jones or the love theme from At World's End?
@Edmund: Blackbeard's sounds more epic. Though Davy Jones' theme is wonderful as well.
No way! Blackbeard's theme is...okay, I guess, but it's just a typical descending POTC-ish motif. Davy Jones' theme is SO MUCH more versatile and three-dimensional as a villain idea - it can be tragic, angry, brooding and, yes, epic.
I love Davy Jones' theme. I did an arrangement of it for trombone choir because I thought it was pretty awesome.
Their war here- Thank you hans zimmer and junkie xl (Tom) for creating another incredible soundtrack. The only thing missing is that the soundtrack version of their war here is different to the move version, and doesn't have the man of steel elements with that dang dang daga da daga science fiction sound when the world machine is destroying metropolis and batman comes to the rescue. That was my favorite part of the Man of steel soundtrack and its such a same it's included in the opening of the film, but that a different version is on the soundtrack. But otherwise an amazing epic soundtrack.
Dear Mr. Zimmer, as an ambitious amateur composer from Germany and real fan of your soundtracks I'm looking forward to your concert in Munich at April the 26th. I just composed a short orchestral version from "Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing On Rainbows" and I wish I had an orchestra like yours. But for me a midi orchestration must be enough. Here my work: https://youtu.be/gps3YtJN8wE
Hello Mr.Zimmer. We are waiting for you in Italy. We love your music. Can you schedule some concerts of your next tour in Italy? Maybe in Bologna? This one of the city of the music by UNESCO. We will glad you.