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Can someone tell me, is the program booklet worth buying. And what HZ branded stuff is it possible to buy on the concert?Ich habe Ihr Konzert in Köln sehr genossen. Das Beste, was ich bisher in meinem Leben gehört habe. Sehr ergreifend. Bitte produzieren Sie eine DVD von den Liveauftritten des Orchesters.Apparently Marvel don't like dark, but nevertheless they have created the Winter Soldier, which was darker than all their previous films. Hope the Civil War will be the same.Dear Master and Mr. Zimmer, i think that your music is the only one that gives me the chills every time I listen it. My favourite is Chevalier de Sangreal from the movie The Davinci Code. We, i think to talk for my entire country, will hope to hear this magnificent music once in a lifetime, and maybe Verona is the perfect setting for this event. A truly enthusiast. Best wishes!Dear Mr. Zimmer, your biggest fans from Czech Republic are also looking forward to hear your spectacular show in Prague. We hope you and all your team enjoy the tour. We all appreciative you organised this tour. It had to be difficult to made that choice of songs from all your wonderful music tracks. You always do a graet job. Thanks a lot.
Hmm. I really can't say I've heard the theme in this score. Either I haven't listened enough, or I'm going deaf. I'll listen again.I cannot really disagree on this, the very best cues are indeed sparsely used (but when they are used, man, they sound absolutely phenomenal).<br><br>My gripe with the MCU is that they don't even have such phenomenal moments, it's just by-the-meter entertainement with a random score, sometimes pretty fun (Ant-Man, Iron Man 3), sometimes really forgettable (the rest). The only time they almost reached greatness was with Doyle's Thor... and we never heard about that one again :-pI was thinking of both the old two-note Nolan Batman motif and the new pounding one when I said that, and also of the low two-note rising pairs you hear all over Man of Steel. I'd have a bit more tolerance for the Clark Kent theme if you didn't hear it in the exact same sparse piano rendition every single time it's played, as well. Sadly I feel like the elements of those themes that are referenced ad nauseam in the DC scores are the least interesting ones, while the more melodic longer-lined stuff that I personally find more interesting and more moving ("Like a Dog Chasing Cars", "If You Love These People", "What Are You...", "Beautiful Lie") usually only gets one or two renditions per score and is not developed nearly as much.<br><br>But yeah, I was probably being too harsh. :pEdmund, you're being a bit harsch here... Do you really find Cark Kent's theme to be "lame" or "slapping you over the head until you're sick of it"? And what about most of the segments of the new Batman theme (I mean everything exept the duuuum-dum-dum-dum-dum, which sounds admittedly a bit cheap)? And the cello riff for Wonder Woman? I could go on, but just those 3 simple examples had a bigger emotional impact on me than anything I heard in any Avengers movies (including this one).Thanks for making a bunch of bullshit assumptions about me based on exactly nothing at all.<br><br>Some of my absolute favorite film music is heavily electronic. I adore Daft Punk's Tron Legacy score. I love what John Powell has done with the Bourne series, and in general, anything he does with electronics works. I think the techno-influenced stuff in the Matrix scores (Reloaded in particular) is phenomenal. So is the electronica in David Arnold's Bond scores. So is the opening action cue ("Touge") from Brian Tyler's third Fast and Furious score. Those scores work for me, not because they are either electronic or orchestral, but because they combine the two brilliantly to create something totally new, unique and memorable.<br><br>When I listen to The Causeway I don't hear anything like that. I hear a wailing screech effect, off-the-shelf drum loops, bland ostinatos and tired Inception-style foghorn blasts. It's as unpleasant and generic a modern action cue as you could possibly hope never to hear. With the possible exception of the screech, you could transpose it into pretty much any other modern action movie without anybody noticing the difference. Electronic, orchestral, it doesn't matter - I don't like The Causeway because it's simply not good music to me.
@Edmund Meinerts, because you are a closed minded and you only accept music in orchestral style.<br><br>If you don't like The Causeway stop listening music please, you know NOTHING about composition secuences.<br><br>Ah, and by the way, I assume you are a person who thinks that metalcore, industrial, deathmetal and similar genres are just noise. Like I said, you know nothing, and this is why the "amateur critic" is so irrelevant.And I don't think that Henry Jackman is the main problem, after X:Men First Class and Kingsman he demostrated that he know how to aproach a comic book film....<br>Maybe the problem is the directors or the production process. Maybe they dont gave Henry time or ideas to make something great.So I guess our choices these days are between decent themes poorly used (Marvel) or lame themes that slap you over the head until you're sick of them (DC). What a world...Ok, it is true. This OST sounds better than The Winter Soldier score, more coherent with the tone of the rest of MCU's film. <br>The problem again, in spite of the fact that the music sounds nice is that it is generic music, without soul, without emotion.<br>Presencial music, simply of landfill and not to give personality to the film.<br>In this particular, DC/Warner demonstrates more respect for the way of doing cinema, respecting the function of the OST in the movie.<br>In only 2 movies already we have musical themes for Superman, Zod, Batman, Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor.<br>And not only they sound well but it has personality, represent excellently his respective character and in the movie they use as narrator and give power to the images.<br>It is a shame that after a notable OST like Age of Ultron again Marvel returns to this musical emptiness that he accustoms. <br>And I do not hate Marvel's OST.<br>I love Tyler Bates's Guardians, Silvestri's First Avenger and Avengers or the nices duo Elfman/Tyler in Ultron. All fenomenal scores whit great and memorable main themes and good musical script. Something that Civil War completely forgotten.This ! But here again, most of the great orchestral work on the first was Dom...
I didn't say I heard the full score. I heard the OST. There's a difference.Just finished listening to it for the first time. I've never been a fan of TWS. Yeah, sure I listened to it once before the movie and enjoyed the music in the end titles in the cinemas but that's just about it. Never wanted to revisit it. <br><br>This score, though it's much more orchestral and traditional it just seemed incoherent to me. The themes are there but, they simply are not developed. It just felt like everything is stitched together randomly. May be it's because how the movie itself is. So many characters, so much stuff happening. It probably suits well enough with the movie. But, the music should take the movie to another level and not feel like "yeah it was okay". Henry is capable of much better stuff than this.I like that Jackman took a more orchestral approach, but it sounds like he completely ditched the Taking A Stand theme, which sucks. I would have loved to hear an orchestral version of that theme.@Edmund The album version sure. The film version however... :D<br><br>I will say Into the Fray is the best cue from that score. Falcon's theme is just badass, I don't think Jackman brought it back here.Obviously, I see that Dom Lewis didn't work on this one, but there are still a couple "additionals"...
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Henry JackmanMatthew MargesonDominic LewisTom Holkenborg (Junkie XL)
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Abraham Lincoln - Vampire Hunter
Label: Sony Masterworks
Length: 45'29
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  1. Childhood Tragedy (0:53)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  2. Vampires (3:05)
    Henry Jackman, Dominic Lewis
  3. What Do You Hate? (1:15)
    Henry Jackman
  4. Power Comes From Truth (2:28)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  5. You Are Full Of Surprises (1:15)
    Henry Jackman
  6. Mary Todd (1:55)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  7. The Horse Stampede (3:14)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  8. Henry Sturgess (0:54)
    Henry Jackman
  9. Adam (1:27)
    Henry Jackman
  10. Rescue Mission (1:14)
    Henry Jackman
  11. Inauguration (1:52)
    Henry Jackman, Dominic Lewis
  12. All Slave To Something (2:48)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  13. Emancipation (0:44)
    Henry Jackman, Dominic Lewis
  14. Haunted By The Past (2:59)
    Henry Jackman
  15. Battle At Gettysburg (0:49)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  16. Forging Silver (1:39)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  17. 80 Miles (1:51)
    Henry Jackman, Dominic Lewis
  18. The Burning Bridge (3:40)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  19. Not The Only Railroad (1:37)
    Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson
  20. The Gettysburg Address (2:21)
    Henry Jackman
  21. Late To The Theater (1:59)
    Henry Jackman
  22. The Rampant Hunter (5:30)
    Henry Jackman
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Ds reply Replies: 1 || 2013-01-24 12:15:44
Yesterday i saw "Lincoln" with music by John Williams, i found very funny that John Williams' main theme begins very similarly (the first 3 notes) as Henry Jackman's theme for "Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter".


Mike2014-01-08 00:13:22
Wow, you're right! It's really only a fleeting similarity, but it's there.

Anonymous123 reply Replies: 7 || 2012-12-31 17:24:11
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Complete Score

Tracklist:
1m1 Vampire Hunter
1m2 The Dock
1m3 Jack Barts
1m4-5 Family Affairs
1m6a Amateur Attempts
1m6b Dock Scramble
1m7 Vamp-On-Vamp Action
1m8 Unfamiliar Settings
1m9-2m10 Henry's House - Weapons
2m11 Tree Muncher
2m12 Axe Training
2m13a Head Smash
2m13b The Bloodline
2m14 Fast Friends
2m15 The Pharmacist
2m16-17a Ball Love - Blacksmith
2m17b The Blacksmith
2m18 Osculatory Fumbling
3m19 Vampire Headquarters
3m20b Man of Soapbox Munching
3m21a The Horse Stampede
3m21b Death of Barts
3m22a You Lied to Me
3m22b Henry's Raison d'Etre
3m23 Welcome to the Family
3m24 The Proposal
3m25a Happy Hour
3m25b The Wedding
3m26 Coffin Delivery
3m27a-4m27b Rescue Mission
4m28b Ballroom Dance-Off
4m29 Historical Precedence
4m30 Speedy Wagon
4m31a Until Every Man is Free
4m31b Give Me My Husband
4m32 Hallway Lep Reveal
4m33a Fatherly Leprechaun
4m33b Emancipation
4m34 Willy Got Munched
5m35 You Did This
5m36 Reinforcements
5m37 Slaughter At Gettysberg
5m38 Forging Silver
5m39 Humble Pie
5m40 80 Miles
5m41 Stowaways
6m42 Loco Motion pt 1
6m43 Loco Motion pt 2
6m44 Mary's Revenge
6m45 The Gettysberg Address
6m46 Make You Immortal
The Rampant Hunter (Rude Edit)

Coming to you soon.


ScOrEs2012-12-31 19:22:33
Wow!!! it's amazing..... but when will be leaked?


Hook2013-01-04 09:22:15
Holy S***t!!! awesome


Mike2013-01-04 20:27:02
Maybe this one isn't real - no page made for it. Who knows. Patience is a virtue, as they say.


Hybrid Soldier2013-01-16 00:41:50
Leaked!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Mike2013-01-16 03:51:36
Oh, look, a fake Hybrid Soldier...


Mr. Charles2013-01-16 20:29:57
So Hybrid...when are you gonna add the complete score with all the credits??


Peter2013-01-22 15:21:39
Really, Loco Motion pt 2 Perfect track ;)

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 3 || 2012-10-14 22:39:20
All credits added, if anyone's interested... :)


Edmund Meinerts2012-10-15 16:50:22
Thanks...wow, looks like Matthew Margeson should have almost had a full co-composer credit! He is to Jackman what Lorne Balfe is to Hans these days, it would seem.


ToddL2012-11-28 06:29:28
Hybrid:

Can you find out (if you don't know already) what the opening music is for Trailer #3 -- the Washington Memorial bit that lasts for @ 40 seconds or so.


Conrad Fischer2012-11-28 07:26:18
The track at the beginning of trailer 3 is 'Groove Addicts -Interstellar'

Macejko reply Replies: 0 || 2012-11-04 21:08:42
I love Henry's work on X-Men (it's a shame that he'll be most likely replaced by John Ottman in the sequel), but this soundtrack is just a boring and uninteresting rip-off of the "First Class" score.

MrZimmerFan (Fan from Spain) reply Replies: 3 || 2012-06-12 10:06:12
The Soundtrack is in Itunes!!!!! Check It!!!


ToddL2012-06-14 14:18:24
I love the score. Does anyone know what the music is from the first minute of trailer #3 (Washington DC, present to past)? I was hoping it was on the OST, but can't find it. Strong similarities, though. Help pls.


Tick Tock2012-06-18 20:40:19
My Favourites Tracks ; The Horse Stampede & All Slave To Something & The Rampant Hunter Love it too much....


Jordivcecilia2012-06-20 18:34:54
MrZimmerfan....&#191;de dónde de espa&#241;a?

It has better and longer action tracks than Xmen, but it has no theme :((

Blu reply Replies: 3 || 2012-06-06 17:45:21
Track list is now available on the US Amazon store. Seems like the release date has been pushed back to July 3rd.


Tick Tock2012-06-06 19:32:21
1. Childhood Tragedy
2. Vampires
3. What Do You Hate?
4. Power Comes from Truth
5. You Are Full of Surprises
6. Mary Todd
7. The Horse Stampede
8. Henry Sturgess
9. Adam
10. Rescue Mission
11. Inauguration
12. All Slave to Something
13. Emancipation
14. Haunted by the Past
15. Battle at Gettysburg
16. Forging Silver
17. 80 Miles
18. The Burning Bridge
19. Not the Only Railroad
20. The Gettysburg Address
21. Late to the Theater


Hybrid Soldier2012-06-08 17:25:52
I added the tracklist & lengths. :)


Abraham2012-06-08 19:42:07
Thanks, Hybrid ;) we are waiting you to add the tracklist & lengths for TDKR soon :)

Bondo reply Replies: 2 || 2012-05-09 01:34:39
Henry Jackman and Dom Lewis are on a roll this summer, between this and the new GI Joe!! :D


Mr. Charles2012-05-09 01:44:37
Ooh I didn't know.they were doing G.I. Joe 2!! Hopefully it's an improvement over the first one, I'm not really an Alan Silvestri fan. Except for Forrest Gump, love that score


Miles2012-05-28 22:00:32
G.I. Joe got moved to March 2013, so we'll have to wait awhile to hear Jackman's work there. :(

Conrad Fischer reply Replies: 1 || 2012-05-04 01:02:06
A new Featurette was just released called ''Origins Of A Superhero'' with some great music, Could it be from the score or is it just trailer music?

Anyone know?

Also if you pause the featurette at 8 seconds into it you can see that the interview is at Air Lyndhurst, Thats where the score was recorded.


Conrad Fischer 2012-05-06 23:03:21
Just found out the music in the Featurette is ''Two Steps from Hell - Black Blade&#65279;''

Mikel S.i.W (a fan from Spain) reply Replies: 0 || 2012-04-13 22:07:31
Oh Yeah!!!

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2012-04-13 10:52:43
... and coming soon again ! Should be fun !! :D

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