Music Composed by Henry Jackman & Hans Zimmer Album Produced by Henry Jackman Music Editor: Jack Dolman
Featured Soloists: Chris Bleth (Woodwinds)
Ryland Angel (Countertenor)
Noah Sorota (Violin)
Lili Haydn (Vocals)
Katia Lewin (Guitar)
Bob Carr (Bassoon)
Score Recorded by Nick Wollage Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson Played by The London Session Orchestra Orchestra Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestrator: Stephen Coleman Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestra Contractor: Lucy Whalley Technical Score Engineer: Jack Dolman Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky
Principal Violin: Perry Montague-Mason Principal Viola: Peter Lale Principal & Solo Cello: Anthony Pleeth Principal Bass: Mary Scully Principal Flute: Karen Jones Principal Clarinet: Nicholas Bucknall Principal Oboe: David Theodore Principal Horn: Michael Thompson Principal Tenor Trombone: Mike Hext Principal Bass Trombone: Dave Stewart Synthesizer: Henry Jackman
Technical Assistant: Jack Dolman Album Mastered by Alan Meyerson Additional Engineering: Jeff Biggers Assistant Engineer: Adam Schmidt Music Preparation: Jill Streater, London, UK
Score Recorded at Air Lyndhurst, London, UK
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Regina Ziegler, Hartmut Köhler, Rolfe Budde, Jo Baier, Henry Jackman, Jack Dolman, Steven Kofsky, Thomas Broderick, Ronni Chasen, Michael Gorfaine, Jeff Sanderson, Sam Schwartz & Andrew Zack. Suzanne Zimmer & the Mini Z's & Zoe Zimmer
Henry Jackman would like to thank: Hans Zimmer, Regina Ziegler, Hartmut Köhler, Rolfe Budde, Jo Baier, Claus Wehlisch, Cooky Ziesche, Constantin Brodt, Dominik Bollen, Stefan Korte, Steve Kofsky, Gavin Greenaway, Stephen Coleman, Nick Wollage, Alan Meyerson, Jack Dolman, Matthew Margeson, Noah Sorota, Pete Adams, Benjamin Wallfisch, Crhis Bleth, Ryland Angel, Lili Haydn, Katia Lewin, Bob Carr, Andrew Zack, Jill Streater, Chris Barrett, Jeff Biggers, Adam Schmidt, Andrew Kawczynski, Daniel Kresco, Sam Estes, Czarina Russell, Shalini Singh, Melissa Mandim, Meg Estes, Jacob Shea, Tom Broderick, Pete Snell, Alison Burton, Isobel Griffiths, Lucy Whalley, Dan Pinder, Adam Smalley & Ralph Jackman
Release date : 03/05/2010
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I was just thinking about new trailer music to Superman, and could just imagine a temp track with Track #1 from this score. From the beginning, scenes of a baby Superman, Kal-El, traveling to Earth, his arrival, discovering abilities, scenes of destruction, him arriving in Metropolis and, towards the end of the track, when the heroic theme kicks in, Superman ripping open his shirt to show the symbol. Great stuff, I think.
I'd really like to know if any of this was actually composed or at least co-composed by Zimmer, 'cause the detailed track info inside the booklet lists all tracks under Henry Jackman. I bet Hans is on this in name only, as he was with HGW's The Whole Wide World and who knows what else...
the absence of thematic material is a shame, but it is great listening. There's not one bad track and some really beautiful moments. the medieval additional music is a real treat as well. Well done Hans and Henry.
I'm a little interested who wrote what but what's more interesting is that Henri 4 takes us to the past not only because of the subject matter! The film was shown on European Film Market on February 7th 2009 which means that the music was composed as early as in 2008 while Zimmer experiments with more soloists, less orchestra started with Angels and Demons in 2009. In that way it IS music from the past;)