"I Remain" Performed by Alanis Morissette Written by Alanis Morissette & Mike Elizondo Strings Arranged by Bruce Fowler Produced by Mike Elizondo
Score Composed & Produced by Harry Gregson-Williams
Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer & Mike Newell Executive in Charge of Music & Soundtracks for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production & the Disney Music Group: Mitchell Leib Music Production Supervisor: Monica Zierhut Music Creative/Marketing for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production: Glen Lajeski Business/Legal Affairs for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production: Scott Holtzman & Don Welty Director of Soundtrack for the Disney Music Group: Desirée Craig-Ramos
Additional Music by Halli Cauthery Music Editors: Richard Whitfield, Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz, Meri Gavin, Kirsty Whalley & John Warhurst Orchestrations by Ladd McIntosh, Jennifer Hammond & Geoff Stradling Music Preparation: Jill Streater & Booker White - Walt Disney Music Library
Score Recorded & Mixed by Peter Cobbin Score Recorded & Mixed at Abbey Road Studios, London
Musician Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Concert Master: Perry Montague Mason Choir Master: Chris Foster for the Apollo Voices
Featured Musicians: Electric Cello: Martin Tillman Electric Violin: Hugh Marsh Oud & Electric Guitar: Anthony Lledo Ethnic Percussion: Hands On'semble Vocals: Khosro Ansari
Additional Arrangements: Anthony Lledo & Matthew Margeson Additional Programming: Hybrid & Toby Chu Assistant Engineers: Costa Kotselas, Lewis Jones, Paul Pritchard & Stanley Gabriel Mastered by Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studios, London
Harry Gregson-Williams would like to thank: Mike Newell, Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Kahn, Monica Zierhut, Mitchell Leib, Tami Goldman, Pete Cobbin, Kirsty Whalley & everyone at Abbey Road Studios, Richard Whitfield, Vordo, Meri Gavin, Halli Cauthery, Anthony Lledo, Dave Buckley, Toby Chu, Costa Kotselas, & Nina Gotts, Martin Tillman, Hugh Marsh & Bryan Adams, Erin, Jessie & Josh Gregson-Williams
Special Thanks to: Lesley Allery, Bob Cavallo, Nancy Dolan, Alexandra Flores, Kaylin Frank, Ryan Gaines, Ryan Hopman, Sylvia Krask, Kirk Ringberg, Keith Wilson, Reggie Wilson & the entire staff at Walt Disney Records & the Disney Music Group
Release date : 05/25/2010
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Is it "true" the main theme was composed by HZ? Or is this just an urban legend. Considering this is a JB production; i imagine HZ was at the very least considered and possible involved in some way? Thanks!
I have a question, which was in my mind for a long time: didn't they consider Ramin Djawadi for this one? Because Prince of Persia would be a great fit for him, considering he is part iranian (persian).
Djawadi grew up in Germany, didn't he? Just because he has Iranian roots doesn't automatically make him the right choice. Correct me if I'm wrong but I THINK that the Persia shown in this movie probably has some slight differences to modern-day Iran. ;)
You are, of course, right in every way, but I believe he knows a lot about iranian culture. I was just wondering, nothing more.
1m1 Opening 1m2 Roof Escape 1m5 Alamut Treachery 2m6 I Must Pray 2m7-8 Climbing The Wall 2m9 The Victory 2m10 Dagger Lost And Found 2m11b Tamina Unveiled 2m11c Tamina Sees Knife And Dastan 2m14 Angry King 2m16 Kill Tamina 2m17 Dagger Sting 3m18 A Great Man 3m20 Dastan & Tamina Escape 3m22 River Rewind 3m24 Walk And Talk 4m32 Ostrich Race 4m32a Waitress Tamina 4m35 Over Here! R 4m38 Kings Coffin/ Trusting Nizam 4m40 Market Chase 5m44 Visions Of Death/ Training 5m45 Hassansins/ Sanctuary 5m47 Sands Of Time 5m49-50 Ostrich/ Snake Attack 5m52 The Hassansin Attack 6m55 Cave Whip Fight 6m56-59 Back To Alamut 6m70 Seso Fight And Death 6m71-74 Tus Uses The Dagger 7m75 Sand Drain 7m77 Dastan Fights Nizam 7m78 The Fall & Final Battle 7m81 Nizam Exposed 7m82 Nizam Over The Edge 7m83 Walk With Me 7m85 Tail Montage
ALRIGHT! Compared to the track list posted immediately below THIS one, we've lost the track lengths, but we now have slate numbers. Hooray for progress!
1. Opening (2:31) 2. Roof Escape (3:14) 3. Alamut Treachery (1:54) 4. I Must Pray (1:01) 5. Hassansins Sanctuary (1:50) 6. Climbing the Wall (3:51) 7. The Victory (3:40) 8. Dagger Lost and Found (1:19) 9. Tamina Unveiled (1:55) 10. Tamina Sees Knife and Das (0:56) 11. Angry King (2:19) 12. Kill Tamina (0:44) 13. Dagger Sting (0:17) 14. A Great Man (3:33) 15. River Rewind (5:29) 16. River Rewind (alternate) (1:15) 17. Walk and Talk (6:25) 18. Ostrich Race (0:45) 19. Over Here! (3:30) 20. Waitress Tamina (0:46) 21. Market Chase (4:41) 22. Visions of Death (3:46) 23. Sands of Time (5:42) 24. Snake Attack (1:56) 25. The Hassansin Attack (4:40) 26. Cave Whip Fight (1:57) 27. Back to Almut (3:56) 28. Seso Fight and Death (3:00) 29. Tus Uses the Dagger (7:07) 30. Sand Drain (4:13) 31. Dastan Fights Nazam (2:05) 32. The Fall & Final Battle (2:27) 33. Nazam Exposed (2:27) 34. Nazam Over the Edge (0:32) 35. Walk With Me (4:50) 36. Tail Montage (7:06)
They are missing tracks on the expanded score ;- Trust nizam & dastan and tamina escape and Ostrich track when Sheik Amar areested dastan and tamina........ where are these tracks ?
1. Opening (2:31) 2. Roof Escape (3:14) 3. Alamut Treachery (1:54) 4. I Must Pray (1:01) 5. Hassansins Sanctuary (1:50) 6. Climbing the Wall (3:51) 7. The Victory (3:40) 8. Dagger Lost and Found (1:19) 9. Tamina Unveiled (1:55) 10. Tamina Sees Knife and Das (0:56) 11. Angry King (2:19) 12. Kill Tamina (0:44) 13. Dagger Sting (0:17) 14. A Great Man (3:33) 15. River Rewind (5:29) 16. River Rewind (alternate) (1:15) 17. Walk and Talk (6:25) 18. Ostrich Race (0:45) 19. Over Here! (3:30) 20. Waitress Tamina (0:46) 21. Market Chase (4:41) 22. Visions of Death (3:46) 23. Sands of Time (5:42) 24. Snake Attack (1:56) 25. The Hassansin Attack (4:40) 26. Cave Whip Fight (1:57) 27. Back to Almut (3:56) 28. Seso Fight and Death (3:00) 29. Tus Uses the Dagger (7:07) 30. Sand Drain (4:13) 31. Dastan Fights Nazam (2:05) 32. The Fall & Final Battle (2:27) 33. Nazam Exposed (2:27) 34. Nazam Over the Edge (0:32) 35. Walk With Me (4:50) 36. Tail Montage (7:06) 37. Trusting Nizam (Film Version) (4:37)
Disney's composer choice was wrong. Music Composer should be Stuart Chatwood & Hans Zimmer.
I advice everybody to listen of Stuart Chatwood's Prince of Persia game-series soundtrack compositions from Youtube.
This is an amazing score. Too bad for you that you haven't listened to the soudtrack well. Not every score should have epic tracks. NO! Because if it has them, the score would be boring!!!! This score has everything that every film score should have; relaxed, serious, dramatic and epic tracks among others which means this score is very complete and selective. Like Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Not every movie should have Hans Zimmer in charge of the music department (even I'm a fan of him). Besides, Zimmer wouldn't work with Chatwood because he only works with his disciples and former disciples such as Henry Jackman, Steve Jablosnky, Ramin Djawadi and even Harry Gregson-Williams himself. This was the right decision from Disney to put Harry Gregson-Williams in charge of the music because he's very well prepared for every film genre including this one and because he has experience working in the videogame industry if you didn't know and that's reason why I think it was the right decision for this movie. And by the way, the music from the game is good, but not that good. For the game, I always thought that Chatwood wasn't the right choice as a composer and Ubisoft should have included Michael Giacchino, Jeremy Soule or even Gregson-Williams because of their previous works in the videogame industry. Also, Chatwood only works on videogames, not in films.
@pureocean Actually, it is a great score; but not everyone has the same taste...are you sure you listened carefully :) I have to say, it is one of the best scores Harry Gregson-Williams has produced since Narnia. I think it deserves much praise!
I've been listening to the soundtrack over and over again and I can admitt that I love it!!
There are a lot of things that identify HGW as its composer - like it's own mark on the music, Hans has it as well - and there are some particular themes I love! There is one in particularlly that reminds me something though I can't quite put my finger on it!
However, loved the soundtrack.
I've heard it before watching the movie - a thing I like a lot - and I couldn't wait till I watched the movie and give my opinion about it as a whole.
As for the movie; well, I'm not a fan of the video-game - never played it before - but I loved the movie every much! It's very Disney and Jerry, if you know what I mean, and adding this wonderful score gives an epic dimension to the movie.
Great Jobs Harry and thank you for the amazing music you've created... ^_^
I've already watched the movie...twice to be exact:) plan to watch it again for the third time...I love Dastan and Tamina tandem and the best track for me was when Dastan and Tamina escape...two thumbs up for the whole casts...one of the best movie i ever watched..:))
Sounds really good so far! The movie was awesome! Haven't had time to listen to the whole thing yet, but does anyone know if the music when Dastan uses The Dagger for the first time is on here? Possibly The Dagger's theme? Maybe it's "This Is No Ordinary Dagger?" Loved the music at that part, awesome.
Well I just saw PoP and the movie and the score blew my socks off!! Thanks so much Harry, I've been waiting for a really good score from you since Prince Caspian! Shrek 4 is great as well! Keep up the good work and dont think twice about doing a PoP sequel if there is one!!!
Miles, I think what that person is referring to is the similarities between a small portion of the theme that starts around 0:37 in track 1 of Prince of Persia, and the love theme in Mummy Returns. Though it's too small to be called "Copy".
I too agree with HGW4, this is one of the better Gregson-Williams in recent years. I don't consider myself a hardcore Gregson-Williams fan, but I even enjoyed the bits that many people are calling "generic".