NewsHans' BiographyTeam (Present & Past)DiscographyMediaArchivesJukeboxFan CoversAbout/Feedback
 SEARCH
 

 FAN COMMENTS
"Star wars finally turns to the Zimmerian's style then !"<br><br>John Powell isn't Hans Zimmer. <br><br>When has Zimmer (or Balfe for that matter) ever written a score that remotely sounds like Star Wars - who seriously thought that was going to happen LOL.<br><br>Much as I like Hans, this is a job for educated composers.<br><br>No way !<br><br>Hans was dining with Ron like 3 days before Ron was announced as director. But first, Powell was hired before Ron was in, and second I doubt Hans had 0,001 % interest in it, and probably rather pushed Ron towards JP !This is great news! I really wanted Hans to do this but if not him then Powell is a great choice which I am sure Hans somehow was involved in. <br><br>I just hope this doesn't mean that Hans and Ron Howard won't work together in the future.Star wars finally turns to the Zimmerian's style then !Edmund, be sure to tell us you're OK after all those cumshots.
What shame Balfe didn't get the opportunity especially after GeniusThe official Star Wars website just confirmed that John Powell will score the untitled Han Solo movie! Since the day Ron Howard took over, I've anticipated Hans Zimmer to do it but John Powell is definitely next to him on the list. What an exciting news!Ich habe die show gestern abends mit meinem sohn im Radio City Music Hall gesehen.  Was kann man da sagen - die show war FANTASTISCH.  Die band, das Orchester, und die Saenger waren nicht zu fassen.  Die show war 3 stunden lang - genau richtig in laenge.  Und als ein Muenchner Yid, der schon 50 jahre in NY wohnt, muss ich sagen das es wirklich klasse ist das ein andere Deutscher Yid so ein konzert, das die ganze welt liebt, in New York macht und uns d<br><br>amit geehrt hat.  Sei mir gesund Hansi - bitte komm nach NY schnell zurueck.Who wrote the music in "The Medallion Calls"?Backdraft -> Gladiator -> POTC...everything is similar
Supermarine/Dunkrik "theme".<br><br>Think back to Pirates 2. The scene where Jack thinks he has the Heart of Davey Jones and he's on the ship getting the hell out of there. Suddenly, Davey Jones ship rises up from the water to block them...You hear a rising tune....<br><br>It's the exact same tune used for Supermarine/Dunkirk...<br><br>Meh.Now i've seen episode 2 I have to say indeed that the music was much better than in the previous one. Especially in the scene with Arya and the wolfs, Arya heading to Winterfell and when Jon Snow departed to Dragonstone. Hooefully we will get a new soundtrack album by the end of August, beginning of September.When I say "released" that doesn't necessarily mean in a...legal senseDon't be so defensive lol, I know that. I was simply asking a question.The Academy is composed of 60+ year old bourgeois. They can't differeniate between score and songs on disney soundtracks and they'll often just vote for the score of the movie they liked best. Studios also tried to bribe academy members in the past. Big award season movies even have an "Oscar budget".<br>So who cares what they think? I'd rather look forward to the world soundtrack awards.
I hope that recording sessions will be released...i'm little disappointed, that some tracks are missing and some of them sounds very differently than in the movie..Never said they will be released, I said might.Oh great, there's another David! :/<br><br>It's funny you and Everan (over on the TF5 page) think the complete scores for these films will be getting "released"! :POH MY GOD!!! the movie was AMAZING!!! But so many Cues are missing :((((Hans... He didn't just write the demo...
Latest

Please install Flash®
and turn on Javascript.


Rate those CD:
Top 50





 .
updated by Nicolas 
 LATEST RELEASES
 NEWS
  2017, July 18updated by Hybrid Soldier 
FILM.MUSIC.MEDIA ALL ACCESS - STEVE JABLONSKY

Read More...



Comments (3)

  2017, July 01updated by Hybrid Soldier 
FILM.MUSIC.MEDIA - PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 5 SCORING SESSIONS



Comments (0)

  2017, June 27updated by Nicolas 
Richard Harvey 'Luther' score live to picture for Reformation 500 anniversary



Five hundred years on from Martin Luther’s attack on papal corruption that sparked the Reformation, Germany is celebrating the events that changed the course of history.

And it’s doing it in style, with two special screenings of Luther, the 2003 blockbuster starring Joseph Fiennes, Alfred Molina and Peter Ustinov, accompanied by unique live performances of Richard Harvey’s moving and magnificent score.
The film will be shown on two huge screens in Trier’s vast Constantine Basilica, the world’s largest surviving Roman hall, on 1 and 2 September.

It will be the first time the Basilica, built in AD310 under the Emperor Constantine, has been pressed into service as a cinema.
Below the screens will be a full symphony orchestra and chorus and a specialist early music ensemble, all under the baton of Martin Bambauer, the Basilica’s director of music.
Harvey, who is travelling to Germany to attend the performances in person, is a multi-award-winning classical and film composer. He recently wrote the music for The Little Prince, working with his old friend and colleague Hans Zimmer, which won the 2017 Annie (the animation world’s equivalent of an Oscar) for Outstanding Achievement in Music in an Animated Feature Production.

His
Luther score – poignant and unforgettably powerful – captures the drama and torment of Martin Luther’s revolt against the established church, which eventually led to his excommunication and unleashed a wave of Protestantism that swept across the whole of Europe.


  2017, June 13updated by Hybrid Soldier 
HANS ZIMMER LIVE ON TOUR - DIDIER LOCKWOOD GUEST PERFORMANCE IN PARIS



Comments (3)

  2017, May 25updated by Hybrid Soldier 
FILM.MUSIC.MEDIA ALL ACCESS - GEOFF ZANELLI

Read More...



Comments (4)


 HANS-ZIMMER.com© 2001-2017 OST 
Stephane Vidali / Antas - Nicolas Cabarrou