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Well, none of them did anything particularly worthwhile... :p<br><br>But thanks. :)Little "who did what"...By the way, i listen suite and i like it. There are some realy great moments. Particularly at 5:50 in the suite; very old fashioned - a four note descending motif that goes through some modulations I don't think we've heard from a mainstream Hollywood score in twenty years. Hope it will be great not only in the context of the film but also separately.<br>What about the theme of Spider Man? Is it good or bad? Is it on soundtrack or it appears only in the movie?After watching the movie and listening to the soundtrack, I was initially disappointed that only the electronic Winter Soldier theme returned.<br><br>However, after a few repeated listens, I suspect that the Captain America 3 theme (as heard in Cap's Promise) is the major key version of the minor key Captain America 2 theme (as heard in Taking A Stand).
eh<br>just like last time<br>having seen the movie and comparing it to the score<br>I can tell a lot of tracks have been chopped to piecesDanke für das großartige Konzert in Berlin. Es war einfach sensationell !! Mehr als 2 Stunden Gänsehaut. Eine Live-DVD der 2016er Tour wäre mehr als wünschenswert. Alles Gute weiterhin für den "Maestro" und das gesamte Team auf und hinter der Bühne !Same thing for me, I love this intro and can't wait to hear the whole record. Hope it will be released soon...I am also looking for news on this, downloaded the opening medley and it is great, can't wait to hear it all again <br>Any update HybridYou can find everything on the official website hanszimmerlive.com, in the "merchandise" section :-)<br><br>They also sell posters (not available online, I think)<br><br>For the program, I didn't buy it but had a look at other people's, and it looked fine!
Can someone tell me, is the program booklet worth buying. And what HZ branded stuff is it possible to buy on the concert?Ich habe Ihr Konzert in Köln sehr genossen. Das Beste, was ich bisher in meinem Leben gehört habe. Sehr ergreifend. Bitte produzieren Sie eine DVD von den Liveauftritten des Orchesters.Apparently Marvel don't like dark, but nevertheless they have created the Winter Soldier, which was darker than all their previous films. Hope the Civil War will be the same.Dear Master and Mr. Zimmer, i think that your music is the only one that gives me the chills every time I listen it. My favourite is Chevalier de Sangreal from the movie The Davinci Code. We, i think to talk for my entire country, will hope to hear this magnificent music once in a lifetime, and maybe Verona is the perfect setting for this event. A truly enthusiast. Best wishes!Dear Mr. Zimmer, your biggest fans from Czech Republic are also looking forward to hear your spectacular show in Prague. We hope you and all your team enjoy the tour. We all appreciative you organised this tour. It had to be difficult to made that choice of songs from all your wonderful music tracks. You always do a graet job. Thanks a lot.
Hmm. I really can't say I've heard the theme in this score. Either I haven't listened enough, or I'm going deaf. I'll listen again.I cannot really disagree on this, the very best cues are indeed sparsely used (but when they are used, man, they sound absolutely phenomenal).<br><br>My gripe with the MCU is that they don't even have such phenomenal moments, it's just by-the-meter entertainement with a random score, sometimes pretty fun (Ant-Man, Iron Man 3), sometimes really forgettable (the rest). The only time they almost reached greatness was with Doyle's Thor... and we never heard about that one again :-pI was thinking of both the old two-note Nolan Batman motif and the new pounding one when I said that, and also of the low two-note rising pairs you hear all over Man of Steel. I'd have a bit more tolerance for the Clark Kent theme if you didn't hear it in the exact same sparse piano rendition every single time it's played, as well. Sadly I feel like the elements of those themes that are referenced ad nauseam in the DC scores are the least interesting ones, while the more melodic longer-lined stuff that I personally find more interesting and more moving ("Like a Dog Chasing Cars", "If You Love These People", "What Are You...", "Beautiful Lie") usually only gets one or two renditions per score and is not developed nearly as much.<br><br>But yeah, I was probably being too harsh. :pEdmund, you're being a bit harsch here... Do you really find Cark Kent's theme to be "lame" or "slapping you over the head until you're sick of it"? And what about most of the segments of the new Batman theme (I mean everything exept the duuuum-dum-dum-dum-dum, which sounds admittedly a bit cheap)? And the cello riff for Wonder Woman? I could go on, but just those 3 simple examples had a bigger emotional impact on me than anything I heard in any Avengers movies (including this one).Thanks for making a bunch of bullshit assumptions about me based on exactly nothing at all.<br><br>Some of my absolute favorite film music is heavily electronic. I adore Daft Punk's Tron Legacy score. I love what John Powell has done with the Bourne series, and in general, anything he does with electronics works. I think the techno-influenced stuff in the Matrix scores (Reloaded in particular) is phenomenal. So is the electronica in David Arnold's Bond scores. So is the opening action cue ("Touge") from Brian Tyler's third Fast and Furious score. Those scores work for me, not because they are either electronic or orchestral, but because they combine the two brilliantly to create something totally new, unique and memorable.<br><br>When I listen to The Causeway I don't hear anything like that. I hear a wailing screech effect, off-the-shelf drum loops, bland ostinatos and tired Inception-style foghorn blasts. It's as unpleasant and generic a modern action cue as you could possibly hope never to hear. With the possible exception of the screech, you could transpose it into pretty much any other modern action movie without anybody noticing the difference. Electronic, orchestral, it doesn't matter - I don't like The Causeway because it's simply not good music to me.
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