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Yes yes yeeeees! Now this would be the climax of the concert!!! Thank you Hybrid for speaking for us, i reaaaally hope he puts in Last Samurai in the programm. Crossing the fingers....It took a couple of days inside France. Don't know about international. Shouldn't take too long I guess...Ordered my tickets for Paris, so excited! Got booking confirmation but was wondering does anyone know when I get the actual tickets? I'm in IrelandHahahaha Hybrid you just made my day!! I think Hans is a really nice guy, he'll figure it out! :-)Well know that Hans is aware of the Last Samurai request... Doesn't mean it'll happen, but he knows ! lol
Than it's okay :)Nope, I can't...@Hybrid: haha you know I can't wait to listen to Lorne's new :)<br><br>Hybrid can you add some Lorne Balfe Complete Scores??? Would like to see some complete list from himIt is my dream come true to hear you live, Hans. Unfortunately, I'm from Serbia, and you bypassed my country, but today I finally received a ticket for your show in Sofia, Bulgaria. My happiness can not be described. Right now I'm looking at your list for the show, and as much as I know I'll be mesmerized by hearing “160BPM” or Sherlock Holmes Theme “Discombobulate” right there, in front of me, I'm sorry to see that some of your most wondrous work have been bypassed as well. It seems to me that you're holding on to your theme pieces, while there are more emotional and stunning numbers, even in those movies from which you've already made your selection. If I must mention something, that will be “The Da Vinci Code”, “The Lion King” and “Pirates” from the works included, and what saddens me the most is that “The Prince of Egypt” and “The Last Samurai” are not in there in any way. I think, and I'll be bold enough to say that many will agree, that they deserve to be in your show, and will affect more people, rather than “Miss Daisy”, “The Thin Red Line”, or “True Romance”. Not to mention how they surpass some of the new ones with credit. I'm not by all means trying to degrade their value, I just think they're more deserving. I know that you can't please everyone, and I know that some of your work I will never hear in person, and as much as that saddens me, I must try and grasp for a straw that is the possibility that you'll hear me, and take what I have to say at least in consideration. That would be enough. I would be happy if my musical idol, which you really are, Hans, I admire you enormously, just saw what I've referred to him. To you. That would really be enough.<br><br>Now I'll state my mind, and mention what I will miss greatly in your show, even though my heart will be on the verge of collapsing from adrenalin when I see and hear you.<br><br>The Da Vinci Code; I adore “Chevalier De Sangreal”, but I would like to remind you of “The Citrine Cross”. Those flickering sonorous sounds are something most beautiful, and the Goddesses Choir (Isis, Asterteque, Venus, Sybillique; Deae Sanctissime perdite ubique) is something I never tire of listening. It's outstanding in every way. I especially liked that alternate version when Silas dies. And when I'm already mentioning Silas, “The Pascal Spiral”, when he's self injuring is something most dramatic and intense I've heard. Besides those two I will only mention “Maleus Maleficarum”. That female choir is breathtaking. So breathtaking. I hope you don't mind but I even managed to feature it in a production of “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, in my acting school, and that scene had everyone captivated, just because of the music. I cherish that memory greatly.<br><br>The Lion King; Here I'll be short. “Under the Stars” and “King of the Past”. Those tracks are stupendous! The end in King of the Past almost always leaves me in tears. And in almost every concert album of yours I was a bit disappointed because every time there was an arrangement of “This Land”, and never any of these.<br><br>As for the Pirates: “Mermaids”! The City of Prague Philharmonics did just in their album of your music! Those haunting voices and string instruments are impeccable. And I think it will be masterful for the audience to experience them, too. One more I have to mention here, but I suppose that organ pieces are out of the question, giving the fact that "No Time for Caution", or any of the “Interstellar” (I'm sorry about that, too), is not featured in the show's list of arrangements. That one is “The Organ of Davy Jones”. That track is a favorite of my father's, and of mine. Especially the organ part, and the music box. That theme is to me one of your greatest achievements. And I thank you for it.<br><br>I also forgot to say (or ask), why is the “Am I Not Merciful” track not included? Because that one was in almost all of your previous concerts. That track, too, was in my play. :)<br>And I always thought it was more suitable for an execution scene, or something, especially that part that plays somewhere around 2 minutes. But the whole scene in the film is absolutely phenomenal.<br><br>I know I'm long, if you're reading this you're probably getting tired, but, hey, it is a straw, remember. And it is a long shot. Literally.<br><br>For last I'm getting back to “The Last Samurai” and “The Prince of Egypt”. “A Way of Life”, or that Suite that The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra did are gorgeously powerful. As are “Deliver Us” and “The Burning Bush” from the Prince. I suppose that “Deliver Us” isn't used in regards to Ofra Haza's untimely death, but I think that it in fact could be a beautiful homage to her. Think about that.<br><br>At the end I would like to congratulate you for what you have done. You've brought me such joy, and I know you will still. Your music was there for me in some crucial points in my life, and I can't express how grateful and happy I am that you've decided to make a tour and grace us with hearing you in person. I don't know if you're reading this. Maybe you won't. Maybe all I’ve said is in vain. But the thought of you just seeing how much your music means to me, means the world to me. If you change your mind and take into consideration just one of these masterpieces of yours, I would be blessed beyond words, but even if you don't, I know that my dream of hearing you live will certainly come true on the 16. of May next year. And that is more than enough for me. I wish you all the best in life, and I'll be seeing you. Right there, in Sofia. :)<br><br>Igor<br>suite is awesome <CRY>
Put some IS tracks into the show.. a MUST HAVE ! ;)<br>How about INTERSTELLAR ??? Pleaaaasseee !!!Hybrid: How about a Poll for the Fans? Hans loved involving his fans, just like in TDKR, and here he can listen to the fans what should be played. As its hard to choose which cue it should be played, the option would be instead which movie should be played. Let's say the 10 movies with the most votings, should be played then live. <br><br>It would be seriously a shame, if Last Samurai and King Arthur would not have a chance to be presented. <br><br>And time should be enough to prepare something new...I'm still hoping that Hans will play the complete score of The Thin red Line (including bootlegs, especially bootlegs !). I know I'm dreaming... :D<br><br>Seriously, Hans, forget TASM2 or Driving Miss Daisy. Remember the violin in Daniel's 9th Cipher, the choral in On the Road !<br><br><br><br>Any way to make some tour date in the United States? Preferably the Northern Virginia and Washington D. C. area.<br><br>I absolutely love your scores for movies. I could listen to your beautiful music over and over again. <br><br>Please consider coming to the United States!!!!<br><br>Sincerely, a big fan!
Are you from a country that Hans Zimmer isn't coming to then?Also, along side Rush I think the King Arthur soundtrack is too good not to be played live! Anything from the score would be amazing.Also, along side Rush I think the King Arthur soundtrack is too good not to be played live! Anything from the score would be amazing.I so agree, Rush live would be amazing! "Lost But Won" and "1976"especially.I would love to hear some of his compositions for big orchestra, e.g. Marry Me Suite, Prince of Egypt, King Arthur. Those would make great in a show like this. HZ Revealed was more of a Rock/Pop compilation.

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  2013, April 14
Lorne Balfe to score the video game BEYOND - TWO SOULS

Lorne Balfe (Assassin's Creed III, The Frozen Ground) will compose the score for Quantic Dream's (Heavy Rain) groundbreaking new game, Beyond: Two Souls. The revolutionary game will also feature the vocal talents of Academy Award-nominees Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe and is set to release October 8, 2013 for Playstation 3.

Recently announced, Beyond: Two Souls will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27th. After a preview of the game, creator David Cage and actors Ellen Page, Kareem Hardison and Eric Winter will share behind-the-scenes information and answer questions as part of the festival's program, Tribeca Talks: After the Movie. Beyond: Two Souls, garnering praise for blurring the lines between film and game, is the first video game of its kind to be featured at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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Prott reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-28 11:27:06
Lorne's composition for the Two Souls' Tribeca Trailer sounds great! Can't wait to hear the full score... :)

Radik reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-20 22:32:08
Great choice after Normand Corbeil (RIP). Lorne can. I look forward to it. :)
...and btw. why Lorne will not scoring the AC4? He's doing best music from series. Without him Assassins will lost their magic :(

David reply Replies: 1 || 2013-04-17 13:48:17
is he scoring Assassins creed 4?

Hybrid Soldier2013-04-17 13:50:21
No he's not... :)

Mike reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-16 20:01:13
How many games has he scored now?

Tim reply Replies: 0 || 2013-04-15 20:43:26
great news! Lorne is one of the finest composers of RCPs!!! :)© 2001-2015 OST 
Lorne Balfe to score BEYOND - TWO SOULS (VG)