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Closing Night Gala BATMAN 75th ANNIVERSARY "THE DARK KNIGHT: A GOTHAM SYMPHONY " 20:00 | Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín Saturday July 12th 2014 First Half Origins "TV Series Theme" - Neil Hefti A Descent Into Mystery "Batman" Suite - Danny Elfman - The Batman Theme / Flowers / Love Theme / The Joker´s Poem / Clown Attack - Up the Cathedral / Waltz to the Death / Final Confrontation / Finale "Batman Returns" Suite - Danny Elfman - Birth of the Penguin / Main Title / The Cementery / A shadow of doubt / End Credits Gotham Art Deco "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" Suite - Shirley Walker Second Half Gotham Avant-garde "Grand Gothic" Suite "Batman Forever" / "Batman and Robin" - Elliot Goldenthal - Main Titles / Fledermausmarschmusik / Chase Blanc - Chase Noir / Mr. E's Dance Card / Two-Face Three Step / Birth of Bane / Gotham City Boogie - Mouth to Mouth Nocturne / Victory / Batterdammerung A Dark Knight "The Dark Knight" Suite - Hans Zimmer / J. Newton Howard - Why So Serious? / I'm Not a Hero / The Joker / Batman's Training - Childhood Memories / Why Do We Fall? / Imagine the Fire / Bane - Molossus / Batman's Theme / A Dark Knight (Suite Finale) For more information, please visit the website: http://www.fimucite.com/f8/en/
Hey, so I'm not sure if this has been up on the site before, but I wanted to start something about comparing Williams' composing style (both concert and film) to other modern composers (Shore, Zimmer and his clones, Elfman, Silvestri, Howard, etc). I want to start this because I started a Film Club at my school, and I have some friends I'm introducing to the glory of film score (and Williams for that matter), and I wanted a good way (both layman and theory oriented) to explain them certain aspects. I am not trained in theory at all, and I'm just a young, teenage enthusiast of film scores, so I can't really explain the musical complexity (or lack there of) of film composers now a days. In fact, this whole discussion about what is better for film, what is better composing (for that matter) and who is better/has a better style and sound is a big debate amongst me and my musical/film friends. I just want some discussion and input from film score fans! The only thing I could come up with by comparing Williams to Zimmer clones is that Zimmer doesn't really develop this themes in his score (appearing in the same form in his soundtrack so that it seems very "tracked") and Zimmer is very liberal with his themes (Like why does The Black Pearl theme play when Will gets whipped? Is there symbolism? Or is it there to just sound cool?) So discuss and comment away! Anything is very appreciated! Also, just want to add, at one point I even said "Zimmer just uses repeating strings and low ostinatos behind a theme and repeats it over and over." I now know, that many composers do this, so I'm looking for a better way to word comparisons between Williams and other composers?
20th Century Fox http://www.foxscreenings.com/ Dreamworks Animation http://www.dwaawards.com/ Rise of the Guardians (Alexandre Desplat) (Source) Dreamworks Studios http://www.dreamworksawards.com/ Lincoln (John Williams) [direct link to MP3 of 8:13 suite of three tracks] Focus Features http://focusguilds2012.com/ Anna Karenina (Dario Marianelli) (Source) Hyde Park on Hudson (Jeremy Sams) (Source) Moonrise Kingdom (Alexandre Desplat) (Source) ParaNorman (Jon Brion) (Source) Promised Land (Danny Elfman) (Source) Fox Searchlight Pictures http://www.foxsearchlight.com/fyc Beasts of the Southern Wild (Dan Romer & Benh Zeitlin) [excerpts] (Source) The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Thomas Newman) [excerpts] (Source) Hitchcock (Danny Elfman) [excerpts] (Source) The Sessions (Marco Beltrami) [excerpts] (Source) Lionsgate http://www.lionsgateawards.com/ Paramount Pictures http://www.paramountguilds.com/ Flight (Alan Silvestri) (Source) Jeff Who Lives at Home (Michael Andrews) [Coming soon...] Not Fade Away (?) [Coming soon...] Relativity Media http://www.relativitymedia.com/awards/ Sony Pictures http://www.sonypictu.../academy/guild/ and http://www.sonypictu...movies/academy/ Sony Pictures Classics http://www.sonyclass...ds-information/ Universal Pictures http://www.universal...uresawards.com/ The Lorax (John Powell) [excerpts] Snow White and the Huntsman (James Newton Howard) [excerpts] Ted (Walter Murphy) [excerpts] This is 40 (Jon Brion) [excerpts] Walt Disney http://disneystudiosawards.com/ Warner Bros. 1, 2, or 3 Argo (Alexandre Desplat) 1 or 2 Cloud Atlas (Reinhold Heil, Johnny Klimek, & Tom Tykwer) The Dark Knight Rises (Hans Zimmer) 1 or 2 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Howard Shore) 1 or 2 The Weinstein Company http://twcguilds.com/ Django Unchained (songs) The Master (Jonny Greenwood) Silver Linings Playbook (Danny Elfman) NOTES: Only those film sites featuring streaming music are listed above. Please post other studios and film sites featuring music below and I will add them to this master list. Source for the sites listed above (in part): http://www.awardscir...ners-2012-2013/