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Sharky, June 6, 2017 in General Discussion
"The Battle / Time's Up" from the Star Trek Voyager episode Year Of Hell Part II.
Love Theme from Superman, Debney version. Words are failing me. Those trumpets at 3:35... Out of this world. I want this album to be re-issued on CD by December.
The People's House. I don't understand why this cue slipped under my radar. It touched me really deeply when Classic FM played it during Friday evening's intermission, especially the woodwind part at around 1:21. I don't know why it made such an impression, probably because of JW being in hospital, the amazing concert etc.
Williams was tapping into something fundamental to the human spirit with that score.
Not really a cue, but this song has been stuck in my head all morning:
David Arnold - "Whiteout" from Die Another Day
But of course I listened to the fantastic sound quality of the LLL set, not this crap youtube upload from 10 years ago.
Neil did a very good job. Its even better than the bootleg!
Almost a (very good) film cue:
When will someone unleash Marianelli like this again?
Man I love this cue
So, uh...no one's checked out Creed II?
On the list!
As in it was, or you just added it? Either way, hope you dig it, amigo! I'm keeping my eyes on Ludwig Goransson after this score.
I’ve had my eye on him since his Community days!
He got on my watchlist ever since the epic Dungeons and Dragons episode!
Original was better, but I'm definitely warming up to this score...
57 minutes ago, KK said:
Lovely evocative cue that one. Little Buddha might be Sakamoto's finest film score. I think he said that he considers it his best film score. The Last Emperor is the one that comes close to me. I also like stuff like Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, but mostly just for the theme.
Do you have a favourite of the film scores you've written?
Sakamoto: The most memorable that I've written is from Little Buddha – the very last cue from Little Buddha. I was so satisfied with the quality of the music, with the role of the music in the film, and Bertolucci also liked it. That was actually the fifth trial I did for that cue. Four trials were rejected by Bertolucci, and that was the fifth one, it was a hard task – maybe that's why it was the most memorable! Recently, the theme of The Revenant is something I'm satisfied with, too.
Indeed. There are some lovely passages in this one. That last cue is a real stunner:
then after the first minute
Wonderful stuff. Such a high level of harmonic writing. And the use of electronics as orchestral texture may be better here than anywhere else.
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