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He said in a recent interview that the score exists “full tracks”. Who knows how much of it was ready considering he probably left the project before the cut was finalized - so probably nothing was recorded. But knowing how Tom likes to do things and judging by his studio time videos, he can do amazing things with samples. And if it contains lots of sound design then it wouldn’t be far from the final product.I wish !<br><br>I have zero info, just following what's happening on social networks like everybody else...<br><br>If you asked me last week about it, I'd have told you "Sure, it will happen... in 20 years maybe, but it will happen..."<br><br>Now it seems it might be sooner than that... :)@Hybrid, do you think the SnyderCut will release soon?<br>I won't go further cause it's not exactly the place, but I won't say you're wrong either... :PHybrid, any insight into why Tyler was fired from Age of Ultron? I’ve always wondered but have never seen an actual reason. I’ve heard he violated his contract to work on Furious 7 or something?<br><br>Just was curious because he still takes full credit for that score, and the more I see of him the more annoyed I get with his arrogant attitude. The dude thinks he’s the greatest thing to ever happen to film scores.
Me too. The deluxe edition was quite underwhelming. Would love to get the entire Sicily sequence.Really gutted that the FYC is out but it's missing the one moment from the score I really wanted, the statement of the Alpha theme from HTTYD2. Wonder why Powell and his crew seem to be going out of their way to prevent that from being heard...something about pre-existing material, maybe? But why just that theme and not the dozens of others? Weird.If you ask me, that "personal tragedy" for Snyder, though real, was just an excuse for them to fire him. It was convenient for Warner. They saw his film and they probably got scared it was impossible to sell, too long, too much BvS, too much this, too much that... This irony is now they made a billion with the darkest DC movie ever... Nice call WB... The minute Whedon & Elfman were "in", you understood this film was not Zack Snyder's anymore. This film is so terrible, I rewatched it lately, you can feel pretty much 80% of it is Whedon reshoots (just look for actors that look nothing like themselves when they shot the initial film, "New Haircut" Amy Adams, "Bottox" Batfleck, "Mustache" Cavill... And you can see from miles away how they all act like they don't care, that they hated every minute of reshooting it. I'm really sad Geoff Zanelli had to participate into this travesty, but I hope he got a huge paycheck for the pain ! lol Especially since Geoff was at the very beginning of the DCEU since he started working on ideas with Hans on Man Of Steel, before he left early to handle The Lone Ranger...<br><br>#ReleaseTheSnyderCut<br><br>Oh and btw Brian Tyler was fired from Avengers 2. And not because of the music he was writing. Whedon brought Elfman at the last minute, first he was "additional music", then "co-composer", if he had, say, one more month, he would have replaced the entirety of Tyler's score... He just didn't get enough time to do that...I definitely agree with your last sentence. I really like seeing the RCP composers going back to orchestral splendor and melody. Shame Jablonsky's been MIA because of his family. I would have loved to see him come back with the orchestral, melodic voice that Balfe and Tom have had lately.cool!
Whedon has his particular tastes which are guaranteed to be more sensible than 'Anonymous' below. This was a case where Snyder was facing an uphill struggle and a personal tragedy. He left the project. Josh came on board and he does not think highly of the RCP school, as anyone with a sensible ear will do. So he hired Elfman who did Age of Ultron for him after Tyler copy-pasted himself too much. It's ironic that fanboys here lambast Elfman for not being Zimmer enough in scope while Tyler does whatever he does, sounding EXACTLY the same on all projects. <br><br>But it's also heartening to see that all of the good RCP composers like Jackman, Junk, Balfe are now going for scores that sound a lot like 1990s or 2000s - Silvestri (Jumanji), Jones (Alita), or Shore (Dark Materials), respectively.Did Holkenborg finish his score and have time to record it? Is there an actual score? It seems to me he got jettisoned early in the process when Whedon came on board. It would be surprising if he had time to record an actual score with players and an orchestra.I can't decide whether or not some of the things I want to hear from him should be in his new show or a new World of Hans Zimmer show.@Ds Omar is saying that this was the direction Tom went with / what the score sounded like not that he was fired because he didn’t deliver the sound he’s known for :) <br>Of course he was replaced after Snyder left the project. <br><br>And yeah citation is needed.Desperately hoping we'll hear something from Dune. He's said himself how excited he is to finally work on music for a Dune movie and turned down Nolan for it, and it will be out a few months before these shows begin.
The FYC came out for this. Unfortunately, it's missing two entire tracks from the film. An extended "Busy, Busy Berk", and the film version of "Furies Captured" (which at least had a YouTube upload of the alternate version). <br><br>Guess we'll have to hope for a complete/recording sessions leak for everything else.Will he come to Sthlm / Gothenburg sweden???https://www.  axs.com/why-we-need-a-chicago-med-soundtrack-album-in-our-li ves-112620<br><br>Why they never release this?!....Omar: Well tried, but Junkie XL was replaced after Snyder was fired and Whedon came in.<br>And just in case Snyder actually wanted another sound, he would just have told Junkie at the beginning instead of firing him after he departed himself :-pCitation needed
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KPM Library - Orchestral Dynamics - The LSO Vol1
Label: Promotional release
Length: 62v'47
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Track 1 : Opening Ceremony (a) R Harvey
Exhilarating fanfare introduction to warm‚ pastoral development.
Transition at 1.59 to reprise and build to grand finale - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.40 Tempo : Medium
Track 2 : Opening Ceremony (b) R Harvey
End link.
Duration : 0.05 Tempo : Medium
Track 3 : Opening Ceremony (c) R Harvey
Poignant introduction featuring solo violin to reflective variation and reprise - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 4.08 Tempo : Medium
Track 4 : Opening Ceremony (d) R Harvey
Abridged variation - chamber group.
Duration : 1.02 Tempo : Medium
Track 5 : Pride of Place (a) G Preskett
Broad‚ dignified theme building to triumphant finale - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.25 Tempo : Medium
Track 6 : Pride of Place (b) G Preskett
Lighter variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.01 Tempo : Medium
Track 7 : Pride of Place (c) G Preskett
Abridged variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 8 : Screen Heroes (a) S Chamberlain
Atmospheric opening to exhilarating adventure theme. Edit point at 1.31 to patriotic development and reprise to climax - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.57 Tempo : Medium
Track 9 : Screen Heroes (b) S Chamberlain
Tender romantic variation featuring piano - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.22 Tempo : Medium
Track 10 : Screen Heroes (c) S Chamberlain
Abridged‚ intimate variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 11 : Screen Heroes (d) S Chamberlain
Abridged nostalgic variation - chamber group.
Duration : 0.59 Tempo : Medium
Track 12 : Love's Journey (a) S Myers
Romantic‚ episodic theme - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.34 Tempo : Slow
Track 13 : Love's Journey (b) S Myers
Colourful‚ uptempo variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.22 Tempo : Slow
Track 14 : Love's Journey (c) S Myers
Warm‚ intimate variation - chamber group.
Duration : 2.06 Tempo : Slow
Track 15 : Fly Like the Wind (a) J Devereaux
Joyful‚ exhilarating movement - full orchestra.
Duration : 3.31 Tempo : Medium
Track 16 : Fly Like the Wind (b) J Devereaux
Lighter episodic variation - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.40 Tempo : Medium
Track 17 : Jubilate (a) A Jackman
Exuberant‚ ceremonial theme - full orchestra.
Duration : 2.13 Tempo : Medium
Track 18 : Jubilate (b) A Jackman
Light‚ reflective variation - chamber group.
Duration : 1.02 Tempo : Medium
Track 19 : Look Back with Love (a) N Glennie-Smith
Gentle‚ romantic theme featuring classical guitar - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 3.31 Tempo : Slow
Track 20 : Look Back with Love (b) N Glennie-Smith
Romantic theme for classical guitar.
Duration : 3.17 Tempo : Slow
Track 21 : Country Pursuits S Myers
Jaunty‚ rural theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 1.44 Tempo : Medium
Track 22 : Regal Heritage (a) B Gulland
Stately‚ historical theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 2.02 Tempo : Slow
Track 23 : Regal Heritage (b) B Gulland
Variation for brass quartet.
Duration : 0.26 Tempo : Slow
Track 24 : Jolly Good Fun H Gregson-Williams
Jaunty‚ open-air theme - chamber orchestra.
Duration : 1.15 Tempo : Medium

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Track 25 : Opening Ceremony 30 (a) R Harvey
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 26 : Opening Ceremony 30 (b) R Harvey
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Track 27 : Pride of Place 30 G Preskett
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 28 : Screen Heroes 30 (a) S Chamberlain
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 29 : Screen Heroes 30 (b) S Chamberlain
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 30 : Love's Journey 30 (a) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 31 : Love's Journey 30 (b) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 32 : Love's Journey 30 (c) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 33 : Fly Like the Wind 30 (a) J Devereaux
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 34 : Fly Like the Wind 30 (b) J Devereaux
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 35 : Jubilate 30 A Jackman
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 36 : Look Back with Love 30 N Glennie-Smith
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 37 : Country Pursuits 30 (a) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 38 : Country Pursuits 30 (b) S Myers
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
Track 39 : Regal Heritage 30 B Gulland
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Slow
Track 40 : Jolly Good Fun 30 H Gregson-Williams
Duration : 0.30 Tempo : Medium
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