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Just want shrike death cue!I feel as though Menken did a bit more to differentiate his 2017 Beauty and the Beast from the 1991 one. The major pieces like "Prologue" and "Transformation" were left relatively intact but otherwise the rewrite was a bit more substantial than what Zimmer and crew did here. Compare the final battle music from the original (which consists to a large degree of upbeat instrumental versions of "Be Our Guest") to the remake (which is largely serious, straightforward orchestral action music). I haven't heard his new Aladdin so I'm not sure what the old:new ratio was there.<br><br>I'm not necessarily complaining, this is basically what I expected the score would be from the moment it was announced. The problem lies deeper, with the entire premise of these pointless remakes that allow very little wiggle room for freshness or creativity. Of course, I have no doubt this movie will make north of a billion dollars and give the Disney execs further license to print money. Maybe by the time they've remade every single film in their vault enough time will have passed that they can just start from the beginning again and nobody need ever be subject to the indignity of an original story ever again.It's a variation of the theme Anthem from the first Top Gun film by Harold Faltermeyer.whats the name of the song being played in this trailer?<br>is it available onlineThis is the perfect companion piece to the original. It is like the high level concert version that Zimmer never did with the original Lion King.
Is there any form of chronological order to the original with the deluxe tracks?Looks like your wish was granted ;)<br>It's out for me and "Ask The Sea" is exactly the cue I wanted :D It's so good! I actually tweeted at him asking if he'd consider including it in the release - he didn't react to my tweet then and now I wonder if he read it or he planned to include it all along. <br><br>I've only seen the movie once and I haven't listened to the score much so I need to revisit it soon.Thanks, that's great!!<br><br>Hooe those sessions will be here soon. Still a lot of music music. Would have liked it better if those remixes, were actually score tracksMera Montage is the big rock vocal cue used during the Sicily Battle & the Wine scene.<br><br>Home Invasion the opening soldiers barging in to capture Atlanna, as well as a part of the Black Manta / Orm negotiation scene.<br><br>Saving Pops is... the saving pops scene...<br><br>Ahab Wave is the tsunami scene + and when Aquaman arrives to the sub to fight Manta's gang.<br><br>Ask the Sea is when Aquaman refuses to help Manta's dad.<br><br>Olbigation is the soft piece in the plane when Aquaman & Mera talk.<br><br>Dunes is the comedic Dunes slide scene...
I just want the Sicily Battle music!Having seen it I can say visually it is incredible, definitely a work of art on that level. What sets it back (for me personally) is the lack of a strong emotional core. The choice to make the animals realistic looks great, but doesnít have the same range that the hand drawn version had in terms of giving the animals the facial characteristics like the original. Soulless might be kind of harsh, but I didnít feel anything throughout. Also doing a shot-for-shot remake probably wasnít the best approach. <br><br>Musically though; this definitely was a great reminder as to why the original score is still a classic. Like everyone has said, itís a perfect companion piece that actually fixes some minor flaws and fleshes out some ideas much better. Some important cues missing though.ďAsk The SeaĒ <br>Oh please be the cue I want...Deluxe edition releases tomorrow<br>http :// filmmusicreporter .com /2019/07/18/aquaman-deluxe-edition-soundtrack-to-be-released /Didn't Menken do much the same with Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast? I think the only ones who have been the most original with the scores to these remakes have been Danny Elfman and John Debney.<br><br>My personal view is this serves as a great compliment to the 1994 soundtrack, not an outright replacement. If you combined the two you'd get quite the meaty soundtrack.<br><br>As for the film itself, I highly doubt it will be as 'great' as the original, but that's not to say that it deserves the slating critics have given it either. I personally can't say - I haven't seen it yet.
Recently in China, a movie was released called Looking Up, and the soundtrack was released with Steffen Thum's score and main theme/additional music by Lorne Balfe.I have to agree. It's a stellar score and I love it, but it was written 25 years ago, nevertheless.<br>Still, credit where credit's due, as you mentioned, the new 'Stampede' is a beast of a track, really added to the original, as well as the 'Battle' cue, awesome stuff for sure. <br>Haven't seen the movie yet, but I really hope it measures up, at least in the same way the score does.Most of it sounds like a high quality youtube remix to me, honestly. it's serviceable but unnecessary.Probably Zimmer, in 1994. It's part of the demoes he included on the Legacy set so I'd say it's a safe bet.panpipes or flute doesnt matter, i just wondering who composed this :D
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Additional Music - Additional Orchestrator
John PowellPaul MounseyJames McKee SmithDominic Lewis
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How To Train Your Dragon (Complete Score)
Label: Unofficial Release
Length: 79'33
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  1. This Is Berk (6:08)
    John Powell
  2. Did Anybody See That? (1:24)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith
  3. War Room (0:42)
    John Powell
  4. Training - Out There (4:23)
    John Powell, James McKee Smith
  5. Hiccup Comes Home (0:23)
    John Powell
  6. Dragon Training (3:10)
    John Powell
  7. Wounded (1:26)
    John Powell
  8. The Dragon Book (2:24)
    John Powell
  9. Focus, Hiccup! (2:03)
    John Powell, Dominic Lewis
  10. Offering (0:53)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  11. Forbidden Friendship (4:10)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  12. The New Tail (2:48)
    John Powell
  13. Teamwork (0:47)
    John Powell
  14. Charming The Zippleback (0:26)
    John Powell
  15. See You Tomorrow (3:52)
    John Powell
  16. Test Drive (2:37)
    John Powell
  17. Not So Fireproof (1:13)
    John Powell, Dominic Lewis
  18. This Time For Sure (0:46)
    John Powell
  19. Astrid Finds Toothless (0:37)
    John Powell
  20. Astrid Goes For A Spin (0:46)
    John Powell
  21. Romantic Flight (1:54)
    John Powell
  22. Dragon's Den (2:29)
    John Powell, Paul Mounsey
  23. Let's Find Dad (1:11)
    John Powell, Michael John Mollo
  24. Kill Ring - Stop Fight (4:28)
    John Powell
  25. You're Not A Viking (1:34)
    John Powell
  26. Ready The Ships - Confront (5:19)
    John Powell
  27. Relax - Stroke Hell (2:09)
    John Powell
  28. This Isn't Over - Less Okay (6:19)
    John Powell
  29. That Thing Has Wings! (1:18)
    John Powell
  30. Counter Attack (1:52)
    John Powell
  31. Where's Hiccup? (2:52)
    John Powell
  32. Coming Back Around (2:50)
    John Powell
  33. End Credits (2:04)
    John Powell
  34. This Is Berk (Alternate) (1:05)
    John Powell
  35. Wounded (Alternate) (1:26)
    John Powell
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