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Hey Hybrid, is Hans going to score the next with Nolan which is going to release in 2017?
Of course he will, why are you even asking? Hans and Chris are fond of each other, and Hans has proven countless times he was able to adapt to any genre, so there is no way Nolan is going to pick up another guy...
He did go back to David Julyan for The Prestige after collaborating with Hans on Batman Begins...but otherwise, yeah, I think a Nolan film is as safe a bet for a Hans score as anything.
I dont think they had the same relation before. BB was their very first collaboration, it became much more special after TDK and Inception especially. Now I dont think Nolan would even think of doing a movie without Hans :-p
Especially after Interstellar, which was lauded by the general public/was made a big deal of by everyone/got a live performance with Hans and Chris in attendance. :P Whether or not the Interstellar score might be a tad overrated (I thought it was excellent myself), it's no doubt further solidified for Chris that Hans is an essential component of his movies.
DREAMING OF THE CRASH CHASING DRONE FLYING DRONE COMBINES WENT HAYWIRE DUST STORM DECODING THE MESSAGE WHO’S THEY? STAY DOCKING ENTERING ENDURANCE RAGE AGAINST THE DYING OF THE LIGHT DOWN FOR THE LONG NAP MESSAGE FROM HOME THROUGH THE WORMHOLE FIRST HANDSHAKE WHE’RE WERE ATMOSPHERIC ENTRY THEY’RE NOT MOUNTAINS YEARS OF MESSAGE AFRAID OF TIME MURPH COMES HOME NO NEED TO COME BACK OUR WORLD WE ARE THE FUTURE WE’RE RUNNING OUT OF TIME I’M GOING HOME PT 1 I’M GOING HOME PT 2 COWARD IMPERFECT CONTACT NO TIME FOR CAUTION DETACH EJECT LANDING IN TESSERACT S.T.A.T.Y. PT. 1 S.T.A.T.Y. PT. 2 QUANTIFIABLE CONNECTION WHAT HAPPENS NOW? WHERE WE’RE GOING END CREDIT 1 DAY ONE V10.03 END CREDIT 2 DAY ONE V7.09 END CREDIT 3 8M32
Ok why are there 2 parts of "I'm Going Home"? Is it split in half, like 5m23a and 5m23b?
And shouldn't it be "S.T.A.Y.", not "S.T.A.T.Y."?
Other than that, looks like everything on the FYC is here making it pretty complete
Funny, I don't remember any music playing during the "First Handshake" scene. I wonder what that is?
Yeah the guys that type that are pretty bad usually...
First Handshake, yeah it's either sound design or an unused cue...
After I downloaded the Blu-ray last night I watched the "first handshake" scene and I kinda heard what sounded like the "Down for the Long Nap" cue. But it was through my laptop. I'll be paying extra close attention when I watch it through my stereo and HDTV today.
"End Credit 3" is labeled as 8m32. But 8m32 is really "What Happens Now?". Is it labeled like that because it's the same theme? Cause if not that makes 8m33 Where We're Going and 8m34 End Credits the end credits parts 4 and 5. Am I right?
Like slates have any importance ? lol
If slates didn't have importance then they wouldn't be used :P
I mean for YOU... For the composer, the music editor, okay... But for the rest ? lol
I know, I was only kidding ;)
I found all of the cues on ASCAP same as you did, and even that BMI site. They're pretty cool places if you want credits, I should do this for all scores. Anyway, I found the entire cue list and HZ is not alone. There's Alex Gibson and Ryan Rubin. The 3 of them all credited for every single cue on both sites. Is that correct?
Well those two were the editors who tailored Hans' cues to picture, right? I think it's been stated already that Hans wasn't *watching* the movie while writing the score, so I guess to some extent his music would have had to be edited to make it "synchronous" with the onscreen material (but then, that makes me wonder..... how were cues like Cornfield Chase written, which match up with the image pretty precisely?).
The music editors are usually credited & get royalties on HZ scores (Interstellar, Rush, How Do You Know, TASM2, TDK, Bat Begins & more)...
They hard work on many films, even if they don't write music. It's some kind of reward for them... Not everyone would do that...
Is that why (HZ & JNH aside) Alex Gibson, Mel Wesson, Henry Jackman (although I know he did stuff towards the end like "Ferries"), and Lorne Balfe are credited with the entire Dark Knight score?
If a certain uploader's YouTube channel/Interstellar works are correct, the tracklist here is actually right, and there is indeed brief music during the First Handshake scene (sounds like the first part of "Our World").
It's definitely there. After hearing the version that was ripped from the Blu-ray and then watching the film it's in there. And yes it's basically a short version of "Down for the Long Nap" or even "Our World"
Does the bluray have the score isolated on its own track?
So, I know this is being discussed (read: disgust) to death, but is there any word on the complete COMPLETE score (the one above with 48 tracks) ever being released?
I've got the projection edition, which came with the 24 track digital deluxe edition, and the vinyl edition is on it's way. I've also hunted for the missing tracks like "Day One Dark" and "Quantifiable Connection (fixed)" and "No Time for Caution" (which frustratingly wasn't on the Illuminated Projection Set.
Am I missing anything else? I haven't even listened to anything proper yet because my only goal was to obtain every track Hans made for this film.
The listing above is almost entirely the FYC score, with the missing tracks/bonuses tagged onto the end.
Unless Hybrid is hiding something, this list is a hybrid of the various releases.
I should add certain tracks on here are not available on any (known) release. These include End Credits, Day One Dark, and the Stay Suite.
I am not sure what 46/47 are or the Day One Suite. I use Randal's (yourfavoritemusic)Quantifiable Connection, No Time For Caution (dubbed Endurance Mix, and IMAX end credits for my playlist.
The Stay Suite is just 'Stay' from the original album 'Stay' in this list is the FYC version which is the movie version
45/46 are also the album versions of those tracks instead of the correct FYC versions
@Medigo: Ahh thanks. I thought so but wasn't sure. To me the whole FYC sounds like an alternate mix, aside from the obvious audio resolution issues. That would mean all of the album mixes are alternates or vice versa. Do you know why these tracks specifically were duplicated on this list as opposed to others?
In reality, shouldn't this page define the album as an FYC and eliminate all tracks except the 33 that come on it? This "complete" version doesn't really exist, as opposed to other completes (Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, etc...) that do. It seems misleading, in regards to confusion, as it is now.
@HZfan, the official, poorly mastered version of No Time For Caution is the last track on disc 2 of the ISP edition.
@Boldizar The last track on the Illuminated Star Projection Set is No Time For Caution? Disc 2, Track 12 of the ISP set is "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night". I'm looking at the back of the actual box set right now.
I see no track called "No Time For Caution" on the ISP.
@HZfan: It is not listed on the back of the case. They just tagged it onto the end. However, are you in the US? If not it is possible they did not include it in other regions. That doesn't make sense but who knows.
@Boldizar That would be adding more confusion if that's true. Yes, I'm in the US. It's not listed on the box, and I haven't opened it yet and actually listened so I can't confirm what you're saying. I know the UK got the ISP later, but I'd be shocked if it had that track and the US version didn't. This whole situation is a mess. I mean, I appreciate this music so much (this music meaning soundtracks in general) and I literally can't even pay them to just release the complete recordings of my favorite composers! I mean, I just want every song these guys created and I'll pay for it! Instead they do these single disc CDs leaving out tons of tracks and worse, creating suites or different than the movie. Only thing I'm happy with is a very rare thing in the industry where The Lord of the Rings The Complete Recordings were created. I'm very proud to have them. Why can't they do that with any and every soundtrack?? So frustrating. Hilarious they don't want money.
@HZF Yes I have the LOTR sets too. They are excellent.
If you live here then it definitely has NTFC as the last track on the second disc (as it should in all regions barring the possibility I mentioned). It indicates nowhere that it is on the CD you just have to play it lol
Hopefully in 10 years LaLaLand/Intrada or their future equivalents release this and other Zimmer scores properly.
@Boldizar Well, I'll take your word for it that it's at the end of the actual CD, disc 2. Why it's printed wrong on the back of the box set is unfortunate. I'm just glad it's on there. Not that I didn't already download it from other sources, and I got the digital version of it when I bought the box set. I wanted it on CD, so I'm glad it's there.
I think because it was more of a last minute thing. They may have even repressed the discs after the fact to add the track, but did not redo the track listings as it would be more wasted resources.
Do not get too excited, this version is pretty bad. Not because it doesn't sound like the film but because it isn't leveled or mastered to match the rest of the soundtrack. It was an after thought all the way through.
Was any good music played during the ending credits? I actually stayed through all the credits when I saw the movie, but I don't remember much of the music at this point.
I think it was a piano part of day one :)
It is the first 2:44 of "Who's They?" and "What Happens Now?"
There is a piece that plats in between the two, but I do not think has been released on the FYC or OST
Yep, you're right :) But the part at the piano part at the end is a different version of "Quantifiable Connection". (i think) :-) Btw, awesome end credits ;)
gosh... The piano part at the end -> :D
ah :D btw... maybe we get the end credits on the illuminated edition ;-)
LOL and maybe we'll get it on the "Super Duper Absolutely Positively Final All-Encompassing Unabridged Essential and Totally Complete Interstellar Soundtrack" We are such saps to put up with this crap.
nobody really knows what is used in the end credits, it's sure as hell not "Who's They" if you actually payed attention to the piano and the organ playing the woodwind part instead. There's a lot of stems replaced, stuff that seems to be alternates of tracks we did have, unreleased material, ending is a blend of "Our World and What Happens Now?", little parts of Day One (Original Demo) are all over the place that help fade the three parts of the end credits together, and the piano part at the end isn't "Quantifiable Connection" at all, it's similar but it's just a much more simple piano variation of the main theme. There's a lot going on in the end credits, much more than you guys realize.
Perhaps its just me but the FYC release has pretty bad audio quality, even for MP3 standards... The loud parts during Mountains for example are creaking and cracking all over the place. Are these FYCs always in such low quality? I mean, the MP3 Inception bonus tracks sound a lot better than this release, so what makes it so difficult to release a decent MP3 version of the complete score?
The difference is that it's a 192k web rip vs a 320k download
Yeah, the difference alone (the original source has nothing to do with it) between 320k and 192k is what makes the sound to be either great, or pretty bad...
And in this case, it's total shite
someone mentioned Batman Begins as the beginning of Hans' suite mania...actually there were only two suites in that score, and both not used too often...that score was really written to picture, I think...
TDVC and POTC 2 & 3 were pretty suite heavy, especially after considering the amount of suites released with the treasures collection edition - plus the other suites included in the OSTs and the leaked complete scores.
And yeah I changed the OST Stay definitely sounds like a suite to me...
My gosh, the Murph suite beginning around 9:00 or so is awesome. A nice extended version of the end of "Detach". :)
Yeah it's a suite... the FYC version is the film mix for sure
I noticed it on my 4th viewing
I know Hans likes his suites, but I must say it did kind of surprise me how much of this score is just suites copied and pasted to the picture. It's a greatscore, don't get me wrong, but it looks like the only "original" music (i.e., non-suite material) is Cornfield Chase and the piano part of Quantifiable Connection.
Cornfield Chase is actually more of a copy and paste job than most of the other parts of the score
Well, at the same time I find it frustrating that there's a lot of repetition in this release, while some very important themes/cues have been forgotten.
"Day One Dark", one of the best suites of Interstellar, hasn't been released properly. Hans probably worked a lot on it, and this whole organ tune is nowhere to be found, except for a small bit in "Coward" (and in "No Time For Caution", but that one wasn't supposed to be released in the first place).
Same thing about the piano part of "Quantifiable Connection". The only missing track is damaged on the FYC, can you believe it? It's almost like it was done on purpose :-p
So what's the point of filling the 2nd disc with original demo, teaser trailer music, poem, "organ variation" which is über repetitive and already featured in the first album? I really can't understand.
Well Mike that's exactly the point of suites, to be copied & pasted to picture... lol
Well, yeah, I get that, but usually there will be more variations between suites and cues than is the case here. :P Again, I love the score, and the suites, but I couldn't help noticing that.
I know what you mean Mike, in Angels & Demons there were probably 15 different new variations and arrangements lifted from ideas in the 160 BPM suite and they were masterfully applied to picture. (Mostly thanks to Lorne and Zanelli)
And the suite track itself never had a second of screen time.
I have been told that HZ writes the suites first and then the individual cues are derived from them
That would explain why most Zimmer OSTs are suite heavy
Not to start a discussion here, but why does everyone say, or think most Zimmer CDs are suite - heavy ... Maybe it's true for the last 10 years, but it wasn't really before that. But of course, I guess there's been quite a few releases the last 10 years, so... maybe it's starting to get "most" soon...
well, completely (un)related, I miss the Zimmer(-style) from 10 years ago and back :)
Well, it seems like Zimmer's only adopted his "suite" methodology over the last 10 years or so (starting around the time of King Arthur and Batman Begins, it would seem), so maybe that's why.
Yea, probably around Batman Begins I'd say to.
There are no theme suites on the King Arthur CD though.
They're not on the CD or even the complete score. I recall Hybrid saying there were two suites written for that film but they've never seen the light of day (probably were never more than demos).
I asked Hans this he was never precise but it depends on the projects... I think the first suite I know of is from Nine Months (We Can Work It Out is my memory doesn't suck). There's the Gladiator Waltz, the Peacemaker suite too.
But for sure he developped the process a lot more later. Though it's not ALL THE TIME, on Rush for instance he wrote directly to picture, improvising & writing most of themes than only after got a little rearranged...
I personally enjoy every suite a lot and I am very glad Hans works that way. Tick-Tock and Murph are masterpieces for me, I don't think I'd want to live in a world where those suites weren't released :p In the suite you get to hear the themes in a more full and satisfying way IMO. Of course I'd like to hear some more tracks from the score itself, instead of the pointless poem track... which doesn't at least feature Michael Cane's awesome voice :P
Hyrbid, did you mainly use OST tracks in place of FYC tracks for better sound quality?? Maybe someone could be so kind as to mention which tracks come from which (the boxed set tracks are obvious but some of the others may not be).
It's the voice of John Lithgow, not Michael Caine.
Well, @El Baradei, I know, that's why I said "doesN'T at least feature..." :p
Here we are with this one, though subject to change if depending on what's in the Illuminated...
Again a combo off all that's available so far (FYC & OST).
Is Track 42 the FYC track with the slightly different mixing levels?
I tip my hat off to you, Soldier. I hope someone out there has the "Quantifiable Connection" track that has 0% static or distortion.
Well if the CD version of the FYC aren't as screwed up as this web upload, we might... lol
so are the FYCs closer to the movie version?
so are the FYCs closer to the movie version?
Of what exactly ?
Of what exactly ?
of the alternates
the *gets shot twice*
Yeah, usually they are...
What a show-off! To say that you own a copy the bootleg and not to share not even where you got it?! Hmmm! Bootlegs are illegal....Please do not ask us any copy of them. But if you are recognizing you have it! Nobody is asking for a copy, not even a link, but just the words to Google it! Is that "illegal"?
Joe... are you a republican?
Does anybody know where I can get the album with 43 tracks? I've been on the Paramount site and they only have like 33 tracks.
Does anybody know where I can get the album with 43 tracks? I've been on the Paramount site and they only have like 33 tracks.
You answered your own question; Paramount site, and I'm sure you're aware of the OST(s)...
Merry Christmas !
@Per You didn't read clearly! I said they only have 33 tracks! Where are the other 10?
This is a compilation putted into written of all the existing music regarding this film (mixing the music of CDs, recording sessions, etc), not a physical one. You understand now?
I understood from the beginning. I just wanna know if there is a folder that I can download all of these tracks? I don't wanna be buying all the album versions.
I wasn't expecting it, but I found myself genuinely moved during the Years of Messages cue, when he realizes just how long he's been away, and sees his son as a grown up, and realizes now that he's a grandfather.... The music was so simple and yet so effective during that scene.
That scene is one of the most gutwrenching I've seen in a film in a long, long time. And yes, Zimmer does his part to make it so. Oddly enough I find that piece to be no more than pleasant on album. Weird...
"No more than pleasant"? What are you talking about? That's the most beautiful piece of music ever written by anyone in the history of mankind... ever. Pretty negative of you to say otherwise because everyone else here loves every single second of the score right Edmund?
Okay, Anonymous (if you're the same Anonymous from before), you've made your point I think.
I don't know how others feel, but I can almost feel Cooper comprehending the fact that he has missed his kids' adolescence, early adulthood, and youth, that is, their transformation from children to grown-ups.
"Gut-wrenching" is quite precise.
Thanks Edmund, now can we be friends again? I'll try to be more positive from now on too.