"Suis-moi" Music by Hans Zimmer & Camille Lyrics by Camille Performed by Camille Sound Engineer: Maxime Le Guil Arranger: Clément Ducol Assistant Sound Engineers: Aristide Rosier, Tom Bailey & Loris Bernot Acoustic Guitar: Heitor Pereira Violins: Ann Marie Simpson & Christelle Lassort Alto/Cello: Pierre-François Dufour Double Bass: Christophe Minck Percussions: Camille & Clément Ducol
"Le Tour de France en Diligence" Music by Hans Zimmer, Camille & Nathan Stornetta Lyrics & Performance by Camille Sound Engineer: Maxime Le Guil Arranger: Clément Ducol Assistant Sound Engineers: Aristide Rosier, Tom Bailey & Loris Bernot Violin: Christelle Lassort Albo/Cello: Pierre-François Dufour Double Bass: Christopher Minck
"Equation" Music by Hans Zimmer, Camille & Clément Ducol Lyrics & Performance by Camille Sound Engineer: Maxime Le Guil Created by Camille, Clément Ducol & Maxime Le Guil Assistant Sound Engineers: Aristide Rosier, Tom Bailey & Loris Bernot Piano: Clément Ducol
Music Composed by Hans Zimmer & Richard Harvey With the Participation of Camille
Produced by Stephen Lipson Music Wrangler: Bob Badami Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Music Editor: Catherine Wilson Additional Music by Ed Buller, Dominic Lewis, Nathan Stornetta, Czarina Russell & Benjamin Wallfisch Additional Programming by David Fleming Music Consultant: Nick Glennie-Smith
Sound Engineers: Stephanie McNally & Alex Lamy Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Orchestrator: Bill Connor Additional Orchestrators: Adam Langston, Philip Klein, Stephen Coleman, Andrew Kinney & Richard Harvey Synth Programming: Hans Zimmer Conductor: Thomas Bowes Music Recorded by Geoff Foster at Air Studios, London
Air Studios Bookings: Alison Burton Additional Recordings by Alan Meyerson Mixed at Battery Studio, London, by Stephen Lipson Assistant Sound Engineer: Edd Hartwell Booth Reader: Chris Craker
Soloists: Violin: Ann Marie Simpson Piano: John Lenehan Accordion: Graham Preskett Woodwinds: Richard Harvey Choir Solo: Gabriel Kuti
Studio Manager for Remote Control Productions: Shalini Singh Assistant to Hans Zimmer: Cynthia Park Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestral Contractor: Susie Gillis Copyists: Jill Streater & Ann Miller Mastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering, London
Hans Zimmer & Richard Harvey thanks: Mark Osborne, Jinko Gotoh, Dimitri Rassam, Aton Soumache, Alexis Vonarb, Jean-Bernard Mirinot, Camille Cellucci, Charlotte Corrigan, Carole Kravetz Aykanian, Matt Landon, Erik Daniel, Christopher Barnett, Tim Nielsen, Jason Linn, Sandeep Sriram, CNC Harvey, Peter Asher, Antonio Andrade, Julian Pastorelli, Adam Miller, Shigeo Sakurai, Blake Mills, Chuck Choi, Taurees Habib, Raul Vega, Drew Jordan, Urs Heckmann, Candace Carlo, Jillian Abood, Kelly Bush, BeBe Lerner, Rae Murillo & the ID Team, Christian Wenger, John Witt Chapman, Seth Waldmann, Matthew O'Driscoll, Ryan Ouchida, Chris Strong, Zoe, Jake, Max & Annabel
Camille Thanks to Hans Zimmer for his generosity
Thanks to his wonderful team: Bob, Ann Marie, Nick, Richard, Alan & Monty (his dog), Chuck, Stephanie, Cynthia, Shalini & Matthew
Thanks to Mark Osborne for his kindness & his poetry
Thanks to my artistic team: Clément Ducol, Maxime Le Guil & his assistant Aristide Rosier for their creativity
Thanks to Isabelle & Hervé Le Guil & Paul (their dog), for welcoming me at studio La Fabrique
Thanks to my manager Geraldine Cayrou & Emma Muckensturm for their commitment
Thanks to Emmanuel de Buretel of Because Music for his support
Release date : 07/24/2015
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Okay, so forgive me if this has been discussed already, but what exactly was the extent of Zimmer's contribution here? I've read that Zimmer basically only worked on the Camille songs and the score was entirely Richard Harvey (plus the other guys, I guess - Hybrid mentioned that Dom Lewis helped on "Escape"). Is that true, or an exaggeration?
A while ago I read a review that was saying this. It spoke explicitly about "Zimmer's songs and Harvey's score". Maybe you read the same review :-p
I don't think it's really accurate, even if most of the music is indeed quite different from HZ's usual output. I must admit I have no idea what Harvey usually sound like.
The escape cue is the best one in the score. Really touching and beautifully orchestrated.
Quick question to anyone who's seen the movie: there's a beautiful piece of music playing in the scene where the girl is running/biking to the hospital. This track is not on the release, but I suspect it to be the instrumental version of the track "Equation". Can someone confirm it?
Yes it is... :)
Does anyone have instrumental version of this song? I really can't find it :(
What a lovely movie! The score makes it shine bright, a really nice output from team HZ. For those interested, the soundtrack is totally out of order, and I think it's impossible to order it because some tracks contain various cues from different places in the movie.
yep...a very lovely score with wonderful themes and a very nice orchestration, especially in the action parts. The score has a french feeling all over the place without sounding to much hollywood cliche. good work by team rcp.
Another zimmer score. another 48 additional composers to arrange the challenging material for him.
quick someone find the 5 minute suite of basic chord progressions and ostinatos that proves its 'all him' LOL
Between the relative obscurity of the film, Harvey's co-composing credit and the presence of six (!) other composers (including a couple eyebrow-raisers...Benjamin Wallfisch, Nick Glennie-Smith!)...yeah, the OP may be a bit of a troll, but this doesn't seem like one of Zimmer's more hands-on projects, does it?
They really didn't have much time to do this... It's just one of those... lol
This seems to be KFP 2 all over the place again. Gotta say, not Hans' best year. However I expect great stuff for Batfleck vs. Steelman next year.
I like the "Escape" track. I wasn't impressed by the samples, but now I hope it will be at least a nice score.
Yeah, it feels like a lot of Hans' minor/really-someone-else's projects all piled up in 2015. There's not one score that feels like he did the heavy lifting.
Next year, though, we get Broodman vs. Superjoyless and Inferno, two pretty huge projects (the latter of which I'm looking forward to much, MUCH more). And the enigma of KFP3, of course - should be a fun one, regardless of who actually writes it.
"Yeah, it feels like a lot of Hans' minor/really-someone-else's projects all piled up in 2015. There's not one score that feels like he did the heavy lifting."
Maybe doing Interstellar by himself last year was just too much... :P
Have to agree, however Chappie was insanely cool, I'm still listening to it a lot, liking it more and more.
I like the Escape cue a lot, hopefully the rest of the score reaches the level of it.
"This seems to be KFP 2 all over the place again."
Think Hans did more of that one than a lot of people think.
@NM I'm sure he did as much as Powell on that. Still, his part wasn't the "heavy lifting" like Edmund said. Though, I will like this score a lot. Btw, is Escape confirmed to be mostly Hans? It's really great.
It's not HZ who didn't do KFP 2, it's Powell who jumped ship !
I went to sleep after reading Hybrid's comment. I had a dream of John Powell, dressed like Captain Jack Sparrow, giving a malicious grin, and jumping off the badass Viking ship from Dragon, as the ship got swallowed by a giant Po's head. Then I realised that Captain Powell and the ship are actually tiny, and are in Po's noodles, and saw Captain Powell climb off Po's bowl, and run away.
Zimson, "Escape" has to be Hans' work... It's like "Celebrate the Oscars - Take 2." lol
Actually Celebrate the Oscar was indeed temped here... And that cue is a last min Dom Lewis help ! lol
tracklisting and audio in amazon.fr 61,22 minutes not music international trailer
1. Preparation Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 2:09 2. Suis-moi Hans Zimmer Camille 3:26 3. The Life Plan Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 1:12 4. Driving Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 1:40 5. Equation Hans Zimmer Camille 2:03 6. The Interview Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 2:15 7. Le Tour de France en Diligence Hans Zimmer Camille 1:16 8. Plan B Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 0:36 9. Getting On With It Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 1:43 10. Amongst the Coins Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 2:36 11. Top Floor Please Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 0:57 12. Ascending Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 3:14 13. Parachutes Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 3:48 14. Draw Me A Sheep Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 3:39 15. Stars Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 0:26 16. The Fox Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 0:54 17. The Journey Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 2:35 18. The Absurd Waltz Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 4:07 19. Suis-moi (Reprise) Hans Zimmer Camille 3:09 20. Recovery Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 1:47 21. Trapped Stars Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 4:00 22. Farewell Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 1:58 23. Escape Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 3:13 24. Finding the Rose Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 4:22 25. Growing Up
25. Growing Up Richard Harvey Hans Zimmer 4:17 sorry
maybe best themes: Parachutes,Draw Me A Sheep,Trapped Stars,Farewell,Finding the Rose,Growing Up
You just COULD NOT wait 5 minutes ? You had to post this ? lol
What's the problem?
forgiveness from Spain. I expect a lot of this music
Really looking forward to this.
The samples sound great! Looking forward to hearing this!