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Not trying to be unnecessarily argumentative, but I honestly haven't come across album covers like you describe... Sure, if Zimmer's there, his name tends to be first, because, deserved or not, a Zimmer credit will sell titles. But font size is usually the same.It's so neat to see John as the main composer here. Usually, it says on the Albums, HANS ZIMMER (and in very small words) john powell. Not in this case. John Powell is definitely considered the master here(Even though he always is in my mind).Not sure why, but... this didn't sound like a Zimmer tune to me. Too many notes, in a way (not to be confused with Drop Zone). But he's been so into the 2-3 note motifs for the last decade that anything a little longer sounds weird from him.Song mp3 version? This one is amazing... thank youIt is true !
I heard from somewhere awhile back that Zanelli did the music in this trailer (starting from 1:28)      <br>h t t p s://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TXDpGb7Yug<br>Anyone know if that's true?Lorne is "producer" here huh? No wonder it sounded like him... ;)I've noticed this as well. I imagine it comes down to editing Chris Nolan had to do to the film itself. Especially with the various inserts that don't show up on the cue sheet, I would guess that Hans and co. had written the "complete" score and the inserts were used to easily accommodate later edits made to the film itself by Nolan.<br><br>I would guess also that, comparing the other two movies to this one, Hans, James, and co. did the cues but then didn't have to put up with too many edits to the picture. Thus, the complete scores for those more closely resemble what the movies have. There was some editing in Begins, though. Batmobile Chase is significantly different in the movie, while Backup and Batman Arrives were both made to be more "beefy" in the film. <br><br>(And just since we're on the topic... I would still would love an official release of the Batman Chased film edit - that's higher on my list than No Time for Caution, lol).oh, and there's also the "mugging part 2" insert replacing "a hero can be anyone", along with an insert from "the ferries" (TDK) between "batman returns - on thin ice" and "come with me"anyone notice how this score seemed to undergo a lot more post-cue editing compared to the other two films? <br><br>--"batman chased" is almost completely replaced with (better) temp cues and its midsection is changed a lot<br>--"rooftop fight" is significantly edited in the film (the version here isn't even complete!)<br>--"imagine the fire" and "chasing the convoy east" sound totally different in the film, with a heavily edited insert between them...<br>--"fernet branca" is replaced with the (better) TDK version<br><br>on the whole the TDKR complete score just doesn't sound as "together" as BB and TDK to me
Steve Jablonsky:Composer <br>Gary Dworetsty:Additional Music <br>David Fleming:Additional Music <br>Jay Flood:Additional Music <br>Corey Jackson:Additional Music <br>James Sale:Conductor <br><br>This Soundtrack It's So Cool And Better With Orchestra + ElectronicGod, Maester is such a beautiful and magical track.As I suspected, a lot more "solo Jackman" credits here than in Winter Soldier.I wish there will be an european concert about the music of GoT someday... this music is so epic and haunting.Composers details !
Dear MrZimmer,<br>Please reconsider scoring some of the upcoming super hero movies.<br><br>Thanks+Mortifier V. Thanks friend.additional note<br>The second part of 'I Choose Violence' was used for the Mountain/Cersei/Septa Unella scene in episode 10<br><br>'Needle' may be from somewhere too thenoh it was recorded in Prague? Oh great! Wish they would come record the score to Bratislava...thank you very much
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Music For Film And Television
Label: Promotional release
Length: 44:12
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