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  1. So great to finally have a recording of "The Flight to Neverland" where those 2 trumpet eighth-notes at 1:10 are clearly audible! In all the other recordings, it's sort of muddled and tough to hear what exactly is going on.
  2. Didn't notice that, but I noticed a potential French horn wrong note at 1:01? EDIT: Never mind, just found out it's that way in a lot of re-recordings. Could be a misprint or just a different edition than the version JW recorded with the Pops.
  3. I can't believe I never noticed this before, but what's with the fart sound at 6:48 in "The Flying Sequence"? Just checked the 2000 Rhino release and it's in there, too...
  4. Preview clips are up on iTunes! Sounds great!
  5. Thanks! What about the so-called "Lost and Found" theme I keep hearing about?
  6. I think it’s time for someone far more knowledgeable than I to do a theme catalogue/track analysis ala SW and LOTR. I still don’t know all the themes and motifs in this trilogy; there are so many!
  7. This is great; thanks for doing this. Did Powell ever also release an official list of his themes for the first two films? Has anyone here in the forum taken the time to identify all those themes? Now that the trilogy is over, it would be good to sort out all the appearances of the various themes, amongst the three scores.
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    Across the Stars for Anne-Sophie Mutter

    Has anyone heard any more news on when the album will be released?
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    Mary Poppins Returns - Marc Shaiman & Co

    This is neck-and-neck with SOLO for my favorite score (I'm also counting the songs, here) of 2018. The main theme is amazing; ever since I first heard its use in the initial teaser trailer, I desperately hoped that that music would make its way into the actual movie. So obviously I was overjoyed that not only was it in the movie, but it was everywhere, not to mention that the trailer music itself was included as the track "Theme from Mary Poppins Returns." The songs are also loads better than the original, in my opinion: I re-watched the original film the night before I watched MARY POPPINS RETURNS, and the massive upgrade in quality could not have been more obvious. I find myself returning to this one regularly. And as others have pointed out, Shaiman's instrumental score is also phenomenal. All in all I agree with all the praise this score is getting, and I'm happy to see CC gave it 5 stars.
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    The Chronological Film Score Thread

    Yes... And they don't sing "The Royal Doulton Music Hall" until after they've gone into the bowl...
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    The Chronological Film Score Thread

    Shouldn't tracks 5 and 20 be swapped? "Into the Royal Doulton Bowl" is the music that plays before they sing the song "The Royal Doulton Music Hall"...
  12. Extremely tough with the limit of one track per score. In no particular order: “Harry’s Wondrous World” (Children’s Suite/COS version) “Main Title and Escape” “The Firebolt and End Credits Suite” “Fawkes the Phoenix” “The Reunion” Close runner-ups/favorites on a different day: “The Quidditch Match” “Page 394 and Quidditch, Third Year”/“Quidditch, Third Year” ”Dobby the House Elf” “The Fathiers” “Battle of the Heroes” “Anakin’s Dark Deeds” “Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village” “Anderton’s Great Escape” “Hide and Seek” “Where Dreams Are Born” “The Visitor at Himmel Street” ”Buckbeak’s Flight” “Rey’s Theme” “Love Pledge and the Arena”
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    So is "Can You Imagine That?" And "(Underneath the) Lovely London Sky".
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