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Off the top of my head:<br><br>It Wasn't Meant To Be<br>Atlantean Soldiers<br>Permission To Come Aboard<br>Swimming Lessons<br>Kingdom of Atlantis<br>The Legend of Atlan<br>The Ring of Fire<br>What Does That Even Mean?<br>Map In A Bottle<br>The Black Manta<br>Trench Engaged<br>Reunited<br>What Could Be Greater Than A King?<br>He Commands The Sea<br>Suited And Booted<br><br>Not sure about Arthur, Between Land And Sea, and He Commands The Sea. I think Arthur may be a suite that includes his main theme, the Atlantis chase, and some action themes. I'd have to listen to the other two tracks again to be sure, but I think He Commands The Sea is near the end.anyone care to take a stab at the chronological trask listing?Yes, both played in the film, and it's sort of a suite: It's split into two in the film, first part sounds close to the opening, the heavy synth part plays in really well when it's used, you'll hear it the moment it starts, no spoilers from me, but it's an awesome sequence.Does the cue "Arthur" play during the film or is it a theme suite?It's confirmed a CD release, but not confirm if is a CD-R
Is the soundtrack released on CD, or it's only digital ?by that logic he would’ve done blade runner 2049. He’s retiredMakes you wonder why they didn't get Vangelis himself.Naw man this is the right page lolWrong page?
Rupert Gregsons amazing blending of orchestral and electronic sounds in Aquaman is epic.Arthur is the best?why Slenderman theme not getting the praise it deserves?Conrad Pope is only conductor in this, not orchestrator.Creatively speaking I can see why they choose that particular synth style, and my guess has nothing to do with that Thor Rganarok score. <br><br>It has MUCH to do with one composer: VANGELIS. You cannot see Aquaman landscapes and not to think of Vangelis (Blade Runner to be precise) and by all means, if you know well Mr. Papathanassiou's body of work, in his style.. he even has an album called OCEANIC. <br><br>I mean, RGW even uses the same exact 5 notes in which Vangelis tended to end up some of his themes, as also closing notes for one of his themes. It has nothing to do with Ragnarok.. lets not be so short sighted please.^ And I think a big part of that is the sound mixing. I understand each composer has their own unique voice, but in Holkenborg’s case he tends to mix everything so harshly, particularly the brass. It definitely muffles the music to a degree. <br><br>Similar issue I have with Giacchino, who I think writes amazing music which gets undercut by the really dry mixing.
Arthur alone is worth the price of the whole album. Amazing piece.To me it sounds like the composer's usual fare, only this time it has a touch of Conrad Pope every now and then in the orchestrations. Won't be surprised if CP's involvement went beyond just conducting.I think some pices of music was simillar to bane theme in dark knight rises. Isnt it ?Am I correct that the music used in the long flashback sc&#232;ne with Hester and Shrike is only sort of present in the final track "Alive and Together" ?So the complete score is now available on YouTube and it’s AWSOME. Particularly Escape through Paris
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Additional MusicAdditional Music - Orchestrator
John PowellJames McKee SmithJohn Ashton ThomasPaul Mounsey
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Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears A Who! (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 90'46
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  1. Fate Falls (2:27)
    John Powell
  2. Horton Swims (7:48)
    John Powell
  3. Whoville Breakfast (3:10)
    John Powell
  4. Hall Of Mayors (1:41)
    John Powell
  5. Club Nool (1:44)
    John Powell
  6. Strange Town Council (1:22)
    John Powell
  7. Hello (4:22)
    John Powell, John Ashton Thomas
  8. Dr. Larue (2:47)
    John Powell
  9. Hero Big Band (1:35)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith, John Ashton Thomas
  10. Hero Anime (0:55)
    John Powell
  11. Killjoy (2:03)
    John Powell
  12. Bridge Work (2:31)
    John Powell
  13. Blue Danube (1:07)
    John Powell (Johann Strauss II)
  14. Horton Dances (0:29)
    John Powell
  15. Handle With Care (1:23)
    John Powell
  16. You Know That Feeling (1:27)
    John Powell
  17. Bedtime (3:15)
    John Powell
  18. Vlad's Lair (3:28)
    John Powell, John Ashton Thomas
  19. Snow Day (1:33)
    John Powell
  20. Warnings (3:22)
    John Powell, John Ashton Thomas
  21. Vlad Attack (2:12)
    John Powell
  22. Power Grab (3:07)
    John Powell
  23. Mountain Chase (5:50)
    John Powell
  24. Our Friend Horton (1:30)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith
  25. Memory Game (1:04)
    John Powell
  26. Sermon (3:00)
    John Powell
  27. Angry Mob (2:59)
    John Powell, John Ashton Thomas
  28. We Are Here (5:43)
    John Powell
  29. End (Part 1) (2:28)
    John Powell
  30. End (Part 2) (1:23)
    John Powell
  31. Can't Fight This (2:47)
    John Powell
  32. End Titles (8:42)
    John Powell
  33. Club Nool (Alternate) (1:43)
    John Powell
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musictheorist reply Replies: 0 || 2018-01-01 17:58:44
The film has several orchestrators. And this happens to be one of John Powell’s best score in the childrens animation genre.

This was nominated for an Annie Award for Music in an Animated Feature Production.

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Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears A Who! (Complete Score) soundtrack - John Powell 2008