"Kyrie For The Magdalene" Words & Music by Richard Harvey
"Salvete Virgines" Music by Hans Zimmer Words by Abhay Manusmare Bonus Track Does Not Appear In Film
Music Composed, Arranged & Produced by Hans Zimmer Executive Album Producers: Ron Howard, Brian Grazer & John Calley Executive in Charge of Music for Columbia Pictures: Lia Vollack Spe Music Supervisor: Bob Badami
Music Conducted by Richard Harvey Choir Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Music Recorded by Geoff Foster Music Mixed by Al Clay Album Mixed by Alan Meyerson
Spe Music Consultant: Daniel Pinder Music Editor: Simon Changer Ambient Music Designer: Mel Wesson Score Arranged by Lorne Balfe, Nick Glennie-Smith & Henry Jackman Latin Lyrics & Choir Arrangements: Graham Preskett
Soloists Soprano: Hila Plitmann Cello: Martin Tillman Violin: Hugh Marsh Historic Stringed Instruments: Richard Harvey Vocals: Delores Clay Viols: Fretwork
Orchestra Leader: Gavyn Wright Soundtrack Album Compiled by Mark Wherry Musicians' Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Ltd Music Production Services for Remote Control Productions: Steven Kofsky Music Preparation: Tony Stanton Booth Reader: Michael Price Music Recorded & Mixed at Air Studios, Lyndhurst Hall Album Mastered by Louie Teran at Marcussen Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Choir Contractors: Robert King for The Choir of the King's Consort & Jenny O'Grady Air Studios Assistant Engineers: Chris Barrett & Jake Jackson Technical Magic & Wizardry for Remote Control Productions: Thomas Broderick Sample Guru for Remote Control Productions: Bart Hendrickson Executive Assistant to Hans Zimmer for Remote Control Productions: Andrew Zack
Chairman, Universal Music Classics Group: Chris Roberts Music Business Affairs for Columbia Pictures: Shelly Bunge & Paul Friedman Music Business Affairs for Universal Music Classics Group: Sheryl Gold A&R Direction: David Novik A&R Administration: Evelyn Morgan Soundtrack Coordination for Universal Music Classics Group: Meredith Friedman & Paul Altomari
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Todd Hallowell, James Dooley, Blake Neely, Bruce Fowler, Akiva Goldsman, John Calley, Lia Vollack, Raul Perez, Dan Hanley, Mike Hill, Kevin O'Connell, Greg Russell, Louisa Velis, Abbey Road Studios, Slamm Andrews, Jeff Biggers, Tiffany Bordernave, Dan Brown, Justin Burnett, Alison Burton, Ronni Chasen, Clay Duncan, Walter Fowler, Michael Gorfaine, Katie Greathouse, Harry Gregson-Williams, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Daniel Heath, Cheryl Howard, James Newton Howard, Charlene Huang, Steve Jablonsky, Allie Lee, James S. Levine, Michael Levine, Tristan Lillingston, Abbie Lister, Henning Lohner, Christina Mansky, Matt Margeson, Sandy McLelland, Suzette Moriarty, Trevor Morris, David Novik, Heitor Pereira, Chris Roberts, Helen Rosslyn, Czarina Russell, Sam Schwartz, Mike Simon, Shalini Singh, Chris Strong, Greg Vines, Matt Ward, Ryan A. Watkins, Geoff Zanelli, Suzanne Zimmer, & The Mini Z's, Zoe Zimmer & Brigitte Zimmer
Thanks to: Monica Brautovich, Candace Carlo, Valerie Caton, Larry Kohorn & R. Diane McKain
Release date : 05/09/2006
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Have a doubt. According to iTunes Kyrie for the Magdalene is by Various Artist and Richard Harvey, according to ascap is by only Richard Harvey, according to another website is only by Various Artist... lol What's the truth?
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you do know that Various Artist isn't an excisting person right? :P
I wonder why Richard Harvey is "hidden" in the booklet and not credited on the backside of the cover for "Kyrie for the Magdalene". No accusations, but it really makes you believe Hans wrote it without reading the booklet carefully. I guess for that matter it has the same underlying principle as "Two Hornpipes" from Dead Man's Chest.
I agree with you, but Richard is a great funny guy, I don't think he matters much that kind of things ! :D
Saint god of the scores, this is a master piece, simply one of the better scores by Hans Zimmer, it's full of suspence, beautiful melodies and amazing symphony, scores like this are the reason because we like the music of Hans Zimmer
shit, nobody said that the complete score of this is not complete. between Sophie Confronts Silas and On A grail quest should be an amazing little cue... really the first time the Sangreal theme appears in this movie and still missing. and that final scene... Chevaliers De Sangreal is almost 6 minutes long in the extended cut.
Da Vinci Code 01-Main Title-Sauniere Dies (4:28) Da Vinci Code 02-Phiano (1:46) Da Vinci Code 03-Enter Collet-The Discipline (3:48) Da Vinci Code 04-La Javanaise (2:35) Da Vinci Code 05-The Louvre (2:37) Da Vinci Code 06-Vitruvian Man (1:47) Da Vinci Code 07-Urgent Message-The Lav In The Louvre (5:24) Da Vinci Code 08-Leaving The Lav (1:22) Da Vinci Code 09-Sophie Reflects (1:49) Da Vinci Code 10-Anagram, On The Rocks 1 (1:29) Da Vinci Code 11-Anagram, On The Rocks 2 (2:34) Da Vinci Code 12-Smart Car Drive (1:41) Da Vinci Code 13-Smart Car Chase (1:26) Da Vinci Code 14-Saint-Sulpice (3:36) Da Vinci Code 15-Respect (3:40) Da Vinci Code 16-Secrets (1:24) Da Vinci Code 17-We Are Not Amused (1:28) Da Vinci Code 18-The Junkie (1:34) Da Vinci Code 19-History Lesson (3:02) Da Vinci Code 20-But No Further (2:26) Da Vinci Code 21-Ranting All The Way To The Bank (3:26) Da Vinci Code 22-The Box (4:18) Da Vinci Code 23-Cryptex (1:13) Da Vinci Code 24-Miracle (1:21) Da Vinci Code 25-Kerfuffle In The Truck (1:45) Da Vinci Code 26-Everyone Is Pissed (2:17) Da Vinci Code 27-Enter Teabag (1:56) Da Vinci Code 28-Silas Gets The Call (0:53) Da Vinci Code 29-Teabing Explains (13:05) Da Vinci Code 30-Teabing Explains (Cello Version) (13:06) Da Vinci Code 31-Keystone Revealed (1:47) Da Vinci Code 32-Teabing Inspects Cryptex (2:16) Da Vinci Code 33-Silas Attacks Langdon (3:04) Da Vinci Code 34-Bumpy Ride (1:15) Da Vinci Code 35-Sophie Confronts Silas (2:59) Da Vinci Code 36-On A Grail Quest (3:30) Da Vinci Code 37-Fache Is Opus Dei-Hawker Landing (2:49) Da Vinci Code 38-Search The Plane (1:17) Da Vinci Code 39-Aringarosa Departs (2:17) Da Vinci Code 40-Temple Church Attack (3:53) Da Vinci Code 41-Silas Is Fired-Bus Ride (2:24) Da Vinci Code 42-Remy's Death (5:22) Da Vinci Code 43-Kyrie For The Magdalene (0:46) Da Vinci Code 44-The Teacher's Plots Unfold (4:14) Da Vinci Code 45-Newton's Tomb (5:10) Da Vinci Code 46-Travelling To Rosslyn (4:16) Da Vinci Code 47-The Blade and Chalice (10:40) Da Vinci Code 48-Well Story and Goodbye (1:53) Da Vinci Code 49-Oh, That Ancient Roslin (4:12) Da Vinci Code 50-End Credits New Version (7:12) Da Vinci Code 51-Da Vinci Code Suite (28:29) Da Vinci Code 52-Unused Lav Cue (5:24) Da Vinci Code 53-Unused Temple Church Cue (3:42) Da Vinci Code 54-Unused Remy's Death Cue (3:08) Da Vinci Code 55-Kyrie For The Magdalene (Album Ver.) (3:55) Da Vinci Code 56-Unused Maiden Song (3:17)
any idea which track here corresponds to which cue from the album?
this le traklist is le, git.
Phiano? Enter Teabag?
Yeah, it's an official tracklist, really.
I apologize on the behalf of whoever named all of these tracks. Typos happen sometimes. While it is hilarious that there is a track on here named "Enter Teabag" and Phiano is the name of a song that Dan Brown (author of The Da Vinci Code) wrote, this track list is very real. In fact, the only possible was it was posted was because someone posted the music it belongs with.
Google is apparently a highly complicated device for some people.
Is on this release ''Malleus Maleficarum''? I can't find it.. :)
Going by all chronological lists I have seen that track should be part of 'Teabing Explains'
Radik, the track is Teabing Explains (Cello) It is an extended version on the album, whereas the other teabing explains track is the film version. Both are great. This is IMO one of hans at his best.
n°36 is amazing !!!!!!!!
D A R T H
02- not "Phiano" -> Piano (source music) 04-La Javanaise (source music)
DARTH, you are wrong. I already did the research. Sure, Phiano is just a piano track, but if you can do research, you'll find that Phiano is an original composition written by Dan Brown (the author of The Da Vinci Code) specifically for this movie. Just Google "Phiano Dan Brown". Both Wikipedia and IMDb confirm it.
DAVINCI CODE (FILM INCIDENTAL MUSIC) DA VINCI CODE CUES ENTER COLLET/THE DISCIPLINE LOUVRE THE URGENT MESSAGE/THE LAV IN THE LEAVING THE LAV SOPHIE REFLECTS ANAGRAM ON THE ROCKS 2 SMART CAR DRIVE SMART CAR CHASE WE ARE NOT AMUSED JUNKIE THE HISTORY LESSON/HAXO 24 BUT NO FURTHER JOB 38 11 RANTING ALL THE WAY TO THE BA BOX THE CRYPTEX MIRACLE KERFUFFLE IN THE TRUCK EVERYONE IS PISSED ENTER THE TEABAG SILAS GETS THE CALL TEABING EXPLAINS KEYSTONE REVEALED TEABING INSPECTS CRYPTEX SILAS ATTACKS LANGDON BUMPY RIDE SHOPIE CONFRONTS SILAS ON A GRAIL QUEST FACHE IS OPUS DEI/HAWKER LAN SEARCH THE PLANE ARINGAROSA DEPARTS TEMPLE CHURCH ATTACK TEACHER'S PLOTS UNFOLDS THE NEWTON'S TOMB BLADE & CHALICE THE WELL STORY & GOODBYE END CREDITS MOE & CRAWL 1M0 S
Probably missing some cues, but what's there is there
Hey, its about time we got somewhere with this movie! I just recently got into the score, and then saw the movie a long time after I got familiar with the score, only to be greatly disappointed. A good 40% of the score is unused, which means there's a ton of unreleased music out there somewhere.
Sure, this is just a track list, but it is still something. Thanks a lot for posting it!
IIRC, its a single 26 minute suite composed of a selection of pieces on the score album. Zimmer wrote it before using elements of it in the final score. There is no new music on it.
Negative, Magnus Rex. It's identical to the OST only it's missing track #7, "Salvete Virgins" because it an FYC must be all material by the composer. I received it in the mail today, and it has 13 tracks
01.Opening Credits 02.The Paschal Spiral 03.Langdon's Arrival 04.Fearful of Elevators 05.The Body of Jacques Sauniére 06.The Vitruvian Man - Meeting Sop 07.Sophie Remembers her Childroom 08.Fibonacci Numbers 09.Langdon & Sophie Escape 10.A Close Call 11.Silas Flashback 12.Getting the Cryptex 13.Crusade Flashback 14.Where is the Keystone? 15.Arrival at Teabings 16.The Holy Bloodline 17.The Story of the Witches 18.The Citrine Cross 19.Cryptex Destroyed 20.Beneath Alrischa 21.Kyrie for the Magdalene 22.Exploring under Rosslyn Chapel 23.Chevaliers De Sangreal 24.End Credits 25.End Credits (Alternate) 26.Sophie's Theme 27.Salvete Virgins (Unused) 28.A Close Call (Alternate Abum Version)
Ok, what is it with ppl suddenly posting fake scores? This, like Dead Man's Chest, is also a shitty DVD rip like Dakota pointed out. I have this one as well. I can give the lengths of each track.
01.Opening Credits (1:30) 02.The Paschal Spiral (2:49) 03.Langdon's Arrival (1:16) 04.Fearful of Elevators (0:13) 05.The Body of Jacques Sauniére (0:13) 06.The Vitruvian Man / Meeting Sophie / Bathroom (8:51) 07.Sophie Remembers her Childhood (1:07) 08.Fibonacci Numbers (2:13) 09.Langdon & Sophie Escape (1:07) 10.A Close Call (4:31) 11.Silas Flashback (4:09) 12.Getting the Cryptex (2:06) 13.Crusade Flashback (2:49) 14.Where is the Keystone? (11:21) 15.Arrival at Teabings (1:10) 16.The Holy Bloodline (6:07) 17.The Story of the Witches (2:22) 18.The Citrine Cross (5:22) 19.Cryptex Destroyed (3:31) 20.Beneath Alrischa (4:24) 21.Kyrie for the Magdalene (3:55) 22.Exploring under Rosslyn Chapel (9:32) 23.Chevaliers De Sangreal - This is actually a track off the OST. It should be called "rest beneath the stars" (4:09) 24.End Credits (6:20) 25.End Credits [Alternate] (7:13) 26.Sophie's Theme (4:18) 27.Salvete Virgins [Unused] (3:16) 28.A Close Call (Alternate Abum Version) (2:26)
Hallo ich bin der Neue, habe das Forum ueber Google gefunden, und sieht ganz gut aus. Hab jetzt ne Menge zu lesen, und werde danach hoffentlich auch was zu diesem und jenem sagen koennen . Gruss an Alle
I remember reading an interview online where Hans discussed how he pitched/scored this movie, with reference to a suite he made. Does anyone know where I can find this please, I would like to read it again.
You mean this one? http : //www.soundtrack.net/features/article/? id=205
Ah thank you so much, yes. Thats the one :) Nice to hear him say the CD is too short for once!
@Donna: I'd say: 2 violin sections for main melody, a viola that is constantly making the same type of arpeggio over different chords, there are also horns for sure, and violas and contrabass that make a counterpoint to the melody line, and of course trombons that appear later in the composition, come bell-like percussion that also apperas at the end (drums also), and some male and female voices (probably fake). I hav eprobably missed a few instruments, but that should be enough i think....
It is killing my soul not to know what instruments created this masterpiece (Track 13) Please. I follow only the classical music I like, and this "Chevaliers de Sangreal" has me by the heart. Please. I play no instrument, none I love do..... I just need to know what makes these sounds that come together so brilliantly they make me want to die just to hear them at my funeral.....
Dear All it is a very great job, ones of my favorite CD. I want ask something about Kyrie for Magdalene, this is in latin, but what words are spoken by the chorus? I recognize only the first: "Kyrie Eleison, Kryste Eleison, Kyrie Eleison". thanks for help