Music composed‚ arranged & produced by Hans ZIMMER
Performed by THE HOLLYWOOD STUDIO SYMPHONY Conducted by BLAKE NEELY Vocals : DELORES CLAY Fiddle : CRAIG EASTMAN Cello : STEVE ERDODY Navajo voices : BENJAMIN HALE Koto : JUNE KURAMOTO Taiko drums : EMIL RICHARDS Shakuhachi : BILL SHULTZ Flute : FRED SELDEN Synthesisers : HANS ZIMMER
Orchestrations : BRUCE FOWLER‚ SUZETTE MORIARTY‚ LADD MCINTOSH
Engineered by : SLAMM ANDREWS‚ ALAN MEYERSON Music Editor : MARC STREITENFELD
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I just wanna say that you are by far my favourite composer.and this master-piece is my favourite one...I love the whole album,i listen to it every time i need to be alone,and trully...you are just phenomenal!i wanna be like you i wanna follow your steps,is there anyway you could tell me how?ill leave here my contact hoping for an answer..firstname.lastname@example.org you should come to Portugal one day im sure you´ll feel inspired by this country..and it would be great to see one of your concerts!i admire you,sincerely yours Fabio Nunes
everytime i listen to this music it actually gives me chills and goosebumps, an actual genius he is! the soundtrack is truely one of the best pieces of music i have heard, and the movie is great too. and because he is such an inspiration to me, im using two of his pieces of music, one of which the last samurai, for a music project i have to do. so keep up the genius work, absolutely love it!
This is undoubtly one of the finest Hans Zimmer soundtracks I have ever heard. I truly believe that he would have deserved to win a Golden Globe with this truly wonderful soundtrack. I love the movie and the soundtrack even more.
Possibly the most insperational sound track i have ever heard, Hans Zimmer deserves his place as the worlds number one Film Music Composer and deserves to be reconised as one of the last great classical composers.
hallo hans i beilieve u re greatest composer of worldhistory even better than beethovenan bach ill love u u re the best aus arash u re music style what is mabe nearby classica please tell me what is u re musik style tanks i love u till etenity auf wieder sihen
Wow.. simply one of the best i heard..I love the movie and love the soundtrack even more! It's very moving and it got that delicate, graceful feeling when you listen to it.. also "--A Small Measure of Peace"-- and "--Idyll's End"-- are some of my favs...
I only want to ask a question: If I heard correctly the Trailer music for Memoirs of A Geisha was taken from the Last Samurai. Can Anyone confirm this? This might be a big step in Zimmer's career because if it is in that way, John Williams listen's to Zimmer as well and loves this score as many people do. If that is so, as I always said, this album is one of the best Orchestral efforts by Zimmer and this may result in loving this score much much more. This score is 5***** of 5*****. Its ingredients are superb :) Great Melody, Haunting orchestrations and the use of the man shouting and the anvil sound in the action music makes it really dramatic. I also love very much the Taiko Drums and the other Oriental Instruments like the shakuhachi. A great job and I cannot recomend this score enough.
I have said it before and I will echo here again...The musical scores from the movie, are without doubt in complete semblance with the message of the movie... I keep listening to the scores... over and over again and I still feel the same emotions.....as if I am still watching the film.... This is what every composer should aspire to... The soundtrack.....is one with the film..each and every bow stroke and flute accent the actions and emotions on screen....... Take notes Horner You could learn a thing or two... From what I hear in this music Zimmer understood the spirit and meaning of the film the film is just that much better because of it... Thank Hans