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OH MY GOD!!! the movie was AMAZING!!! But so many Cues are missing :((((Hans... He didn't just write the demo...I know that, I mean the part that plays in the middle of the main theme. It wasn't present on the demo.In episode 2, "Stormborn", there was a great rendition of "Hear Me Roar", Cersei's theme off the season 6 OST. It played when Qyburn showed her the crossbow to take out a dragon. Hope that makes the OST, it was awesome.there is one stressful cue when in a place tom hardy attacks for the first time and it's going louder and louder, faster and faster. like we follow his heart's pace and adrenaline. it's like a big maelstrom
What I said one month ago, has happened again -.-More episodes are longer this year so probably will be around an hour. Also depends on how much new material Djawadi has written for season 7. Don't know if he had much time to create new material with the Game of Thrones Music tour going on. I think most of season 7 will be new variations of old music. Like we heard in the first episode.Do you think the new s7 OST will be as long as season 6 (which finally was longer than just an hour) considering the fact that season 7 only will have 7 episodes.The score is one of Zimmer's most amazing ever. There may not be big melodies but in context to the film, it is a masterpiece . Obvious to hear Balfes contributions also.hahaha :D so fu*** up... :D
No "No Time For Caution" scenario for this piece of music ? ;)The "Main Theme" is from Hans. Listen to "Pirates, Day One, 4:56 AM"Doesn't beat the first three films, however, I think this score is brilliant in its own right. I love the new themes Zanelli brought to the table (Carina/Barbossa theme, Salazar's theme, Adventure theme, etc.) and he did a fantastic job at blending old and new music to create something that sounded unique, yet classic at the same time. Cannot wait until the Complete Score is released.<br><br>I would say On Stranger Tides is my least favorite score (although it has some fantastic cues and themes (Blackbeard's theme, Angelica's theme, Spanish theme, etc.). Just felt like it was really missing the heart and emotion of the first 3 scores, which Dead Men Tell No Tales brought back. Honestly, it's still a fantastic score, and much better than the majority of blockbuster soundtracks I hear today.Question - who had the biggest hand in creating the Jack Sparrow-related theme, the one that plays in the middle of "He's A Pirate"?Nah, i would rather have Dunkirk win both sounds award instead of the score award. The sound in Dunkirk is masterful and the score is woven into the sound design. As a stand alone not so strong... I think there are better scores this year who deverse the award more.
I don't think it's about when the piece was composed, it's about how much influence it's going to have on voters. Apparently, the academy thinks that voters can't judge a score subjectively when existing music is used. Plus the credits and additional music won't help it's chances. I think the main difference between this and the Arrival situation is that Nimrod wasn't just pin dropped, it was reworked specifically for the film but it's still not original and "original score" is an important word to remember, plus it wasn't even reworked by Hans himself. <br><br>'The film was everything I feared when I saw the trailer, boring and limited in depth.' -spoken like a faceless NaziBolidzarI think the big difference with Johansson/Richter vs Zimmer/Elgar is that Elgar wrote his Enigma variations in the late 1800s, whereas Richter wrote his piece in 2004. That being said, I hope Elagr's theme won't disqualify him!@ Hybrid, one question. Lisa Gerrard did additional music to the film Priest, composed by Christopher Young? Thanks.
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