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It's not a demo... lol<br><br><br>Anyway, First Handshake, seriously ? It's just a music editing.<br><br>We have all we need from Interstellar. There's a pile a HZ scores that would deserve some extra stuff. I crossed IS off the list ! :PAlan, in fact we actually got "something straight from Zimmer", and it was the crappy No Time For Caution demo released on iTunes. Something coming straight from Hans doesn't necessarily mean it's better than other people's arrangement...I completely disagree, the score was fitting for the emotions per the scenes. Yes it has electronica but I think the decisions made fit perfectly!I made most of the fan edits you are talking about, and I still agree. I'd like to have the original, missing / lost tracks in my possession just as much as you guys would.I was gonna say the original Composer announced was Hans. does anybody ever pay attention to that
Ah, yes, Boldizar - you hit what was going to be my response to Ds right on the nose: the problem of them not being lossless. This score needs to sound as good as possible, as far as I'm concerned, and tracks being lossless is a must - so that is why I hold out some small, tiny hope for an official complete release. And for the fan edits, they are fine, and the folks who worked on them are fantastic, but I'd still like something straight from Zimmer.We won't see anything for years if ever.  Alan the best you can do is to get the FYC CD and merge the tracks not on the "official" releases.  Unfortunately it will never be lossless due to the FYC cd source.  The only missing cues are First Handshake and the Credits which are friend has on YouTube with the NTFC film mix and a fixed QC.<br><br>Ds, the ISP is missing quite a bit cue wise.Does anyone know when the score will be available?Hum I get your point but what cue are we missing here? I do not remember any missing piece of music, the release + the promotional FYC seemed quite exhaustive. The only problem is a damaged track (which has been repaired by fans) and an alternate track (the film mix has been recreated by fans). So in the specific case of Interstellar I don´t understand your complain...Just checking in to see if anyone's heard or read any more about anything coming out? I know it's effectively a over and done deal, because we've never received a complete Zimmer score, but I'm still hoping for one - or something with more music.<br><br>I wish Zimmer had more control over his music - or care, really. I guess as an artist, once you're done with something, it's time to move on, but he just really seems to be "eh, I'm passed that" in every interview he does about it - that or it's him saying "We'll see" or "It's up to Water Tower" or "Eh, it's out there somewhere. Who knows." Howard Shore does the same thing with the Hobbit complete scores - he just seems so "whatever" about the whole thing when anyone asks him, or that he has no clue how much there is - Shore even stated that the release we have now for "An Unexpected Journey" is pretty much complete - which, would be true, if it had the other 40 minutes worth of stuff that's not on it. Why do scorers seem so oblivious to what they've made? Or careless?<br><br>I can't tell if Zimmer just doesn't care, understand, or has no control over it, which upsets me. I'm not hating on him - I just wish I had a way to listen to that gorgeous score, even though I'm not entitled to it. Being a fan of film score sucks.
Chronological order:<br>02 - The Medallion<br>03 - Valentine<br>01 - Manners Maketh Man<br>04 - To Become A Kingsman<br>05 - Pick A Puppy<br>07 - Skydiving<br>06 - Drinks With Valentine<br>08 - Shame We Had To Grow Up<br>09 - Kentucky Christians<br>10 - Curious Scars And Implants<br>11 - Toast To A Kingsman<br>12 - An 1815 Napoleonic Brandy<br>13 - Eat, Drink, And Paaaaarty<br>14 - Calculated Infiltration<br>15 - Out Of Options<br>Pomp And Cicumstance<br>16 - Hand On The Machine<br>17 - Finale<br>(18) - Original Valentine IdeasDid you use actual cuesheets or infos from the ASCAP database?Dear Mr. Zimmer<br><br>I am currently studying in my Final year at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, majoring in film composition. For my mini-dissertation I am analysing the developmental characteristics of your film scores. It would benefit my research immensely if I could email you a short questionnaire regarding my work.<br><br>Kind Regards<br><br>Josh<br><br>My email address: Joshboudan@gmail.com <br>Brothers in Arms is absolutely incredible! <br><br>I don't know how any film score lover can hate that track. Rest of the score maybe but that one track is freaking incredible.Hi Team,<br>Thanks a lot for publishing my version of "Eptesicus" from Batman Begins OST.<br>Enjoy, feel free to comment and let me reiterate how awesome, inspiring and fantastic Hans music is!<br><br>Cheers,<br>Marco
"The Greater Good" is very similar to "Safe Now".Thnx Xavi, same can be said of your piece of work!Saturday Teenage Kick still better.Best work by Junkie XL to date.Lol this reminds me of how the media often forgets that Hans is also scoring it! They go like "Junkie XL who's also scoring BvS" and sometimes they add zimmer's name as nr 2 lol.
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  1. This Majestic Land (3'33)
  2. So You (3'54)
  3. Romance for Violin & Orchestra (4'35)
  4. Lachrymosa (2'46)
  5. Beloved (3'06)
  6. Renouncement (5'14)
  7. Jude's Theme (4'35)
  8. Nimbus (4'08)
  9. Elegy (for Joan) (4'18)
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