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  1. Visit @Bespin's Williams Discography HERE and search the page for the word "consideration".
  2. NEW SONGS AVAILABLE (and re-up of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker) Walt Disney LINK 1 or 2 Frozen II [Song – “Into the Unknown” (Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez), 3:15] Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (John Williams) [23 cues, 50:44] Toy Story 4 [Song – “I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away” (Randy Newman), 2:06] As before, the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker MP3s are bit-for-bit identical to the ones that were originally available, so nothing new.
  3. Good point! Regardless, I don't think any files for Avengers: Endgame were ever put up on Disney's site.
  4. No, unfortunately not. And doubtful we'll see one, given it wasn't nominated (was it even eligible?).
  5. NEW SCORE AVAILABLE Netflix LINK 1 or 2 Marriage Story (Randy Newman) [14 cues, 24:59] I've updated the award nominees listings above as well. Well, with Netflix just now posting Newman's Marriage Story, it's possible that Disney will re-activate the TROS files. Stay tuned!
  6. So to wrap up the nominees and winners (denoted by ***)... Golden Globe Nominees for Best Original Score – Motion Picture 1917 (Thomas Newman) [17 cues, 1:03:24] Joker (Hildur Guðnadóttir) [17 cues, 36:41] *** Little Women (Alexandre Desplat) Marriage Story (Randy Newman) [14 cues, 24:59] Motherless Brooklyn (Daniel Pemberton) [20 cues, 1:06:09] British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Nominees for Original Score 1917 (Thomas Newman) [17 cues, 1:03:24] Jojo Rabbit (Michael Giacchino) [37 cues, 41:06] Joker (Hildur Guðnadóttir) [17 cues, 36:41] Little Women (Alexandre Desplat) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (John Williams) [23 cues, 50:44] [CURRENTLY DEFUNCT] Academy Award Nominees for Music (Original Score) 1917 (Thomas Newman) [17 cues, 1:03:24] Joker (Hildur Guðnadóttir) [17 cues, 36:41] Little Women (Alexandre Desplat) Marriage Story (Randy Newman) [14 cues, 24:59] Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (John Williams) [23 cues, 50:44] [CURRENTLY DEFUNCT]
  7. This may be beyond what we're speaking about here, but I think reuse fees extend beyond just soundtrack releases. My understanding is they relate to any use beyond that in the actual film it was recorded for (i.e., married to the film). Possible examples would be background music at a theme park, tracking into a different film than it was composed for, etc. Edit: Here's a brief blurb from the AFM site, which seems to indicate that reuse comes into play when the film is released to "DVD, pay-tv, streaming, cable, and in-flight use" (meaning that the isolated score might be covered under that initial reuse fee and not subject to an additional reuse fee, as @Jay stated above): New use, sometimes called re-use, is when a recording is used outside of its intended purpose. For example, music originally recorded for a CD is later used on a TV show or in a commercial triggering a new use payment. New use payments apply for all types of original recorded music, including sound recordings, TV and film scores. AFM musicians also receive payment when their music is licensed for use in formats outside of its intended use (e.g, theatrical film scores released to “supplemental markets” such as DVD, pay-tv, streaming, cable, and in-flight use) or when excerpts of their music are used (“clip use”). Source: https://www.afm.org/our-musicians/recording-digital-media/
  8. Yes, it is possible in some cases, but it's very hit and miss. You could start with entering the studio sites' links into archive.org and see what snapshots there are pre-2015. But it'll take time and may lead to dead ends. Quickly, I put "paramountguilds.com" into archive.org and was able to pull up a few things: 2012: https://web.archive.org/web/20130828132017im_/http://www.paramountguilds.com/music/flight/13.mp3 2013: https://web.archive.org/web/20131204040646/http://www.paramountguilds.com/nebraska/#url=score https://web.archive.org/web/20131204040646/http://www.paramountguilds.com/music/nebraska/1.mp3 Happy hunting!
  9. Why limit it to the streaming release?!? I'd much prefer it to be on the physical release. Likely better quality and easier to access.
  10. So the FYC site for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is once again defunct, as are the links to the "new" MP3 files. Initial post has once again been updated.
  11. You are not crazy and thanks for the heads-up, @Colonial Marine!! The FYC site is indeed back on-line and with new MP3 file names/links, though the files are bit-for-bit identical to the ones that were originally available. I have updated the 2019 FYC site accordingly.
  12. Disney reinstated the FYC site for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and changed the names of the MP3 files, thereby changing the links. The "new" MP3 files are bit-for-bit identical to the original MP3 files, so no need to re-download them. I have added the new links to the initial post above and removed the defunct status of the site.
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