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  1. The villain will be Electro played by Jaime Foxx, and Harry Osbourn will be in the movie as well http://www.darkhorizons.com/news/25693/foxx-dehaan-confirmed-for-spider-man-2
  2. His fourth of five 2015 scores, after One Day In Auschwitz, Living In The Age of Airplanes, and Wolf Totem, and to be followed by The 33. OST CD coming Monday July 27th in the UK - probably Tuesday July 28 in the US, but its not on Amazon US yet. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00X0WIU2A http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00X0WIU2A
  3. Someone in the "memorial" thread suggested we do our JWFan patented Top 10 poll for Mr. Horner, the same one we've done for Mr. Williams twice. No one else has volunteered yet to spearhead the project, and since I was always disappointed I couldn't put together the Film Composers' World Cup, I might as well be the one to kick things off on this. The process should be familiar enough by now: Post your ten favorite James Horner scores (or the ones you consider his best) in order, starting with your favorite first, second favorite next, etc. You can number them if you like; if you don't, I'll assume the order you place them in is how you want them scored. That's pretty much it. If you can't come up with ten you've heard, list as many as you know and like; the top spot will still be given the same score as anyone else's. We'll run this for a week or two. I'll try to keep up with the tabulation, so it doesn't take too long after time has been called to publish the results. (I haven't given deep thought to my own list yet, but I figured there's no reason not to let everyone start compiling their own.) One more thing: you're welcome to just post a list of titles if you'd like, but feel free to add some commentary on why you've chosen any or all of your scores, why you've ordered them the way you have, or even just how you react to the music when you hear it. It would make another nice memoriam for the man if we expanded on how each of us reached our conclusions.
  4. Wow! Turns out Horner has FIVE scores this year, not four! Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPqgVHaV70Y Horner gets top billing in the opening credits! (at 0:50)
  5. http://www.lalalandrecords.com/Patriot.html http://www.moviemusic.com/soundtrack/M08932/patriot-games/ http://www.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/25365/PATRIOT-GAMES-2CD/
  6. I've seen some topics that are related to this, but I'm curious more specific to concert performance. What themes, end credit suites, cues, etc. are on your wish list to be performed live?? I've never heard any of the Wrath of Khan Main TItle, Epilogue and End Credits suite as recorded by several orchestras, notably the Cincinatti Pops. Would love to have seen Jerry conduct The Enterprise from The Motion Picture. Some of the television series themes would be amazing in concert.
  7. I feel like a great treasure hunter who can now ride off into the sunset. Seen here is the EXTREMELY rare signature of film music maestro James Horner. I'm planning to have it framed and hung in my home office along with Williams, Zimmer, Silvestri, Shore, Desplat, Glass & R. Newman. To have acquired autographs from Horner & Spielberg in the same month is a true blessing. Had to share the joy of this rare occasion with my fellow film music patrons. Anyway... back to reality - J
  8. According to Hollywood in Vienna's latest Facebook announcement, James Horner will receive the Max Steiner this year and therefore presumably be the special guest at this year's film music symposium and the concert on October 4. I wonder if I should ask him to sign my Prokofiev CDs?
  9. http://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.7972/.f http://www.moviemusic.com/soundtrack/M08774/incountry/ http://www.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/24129/
  10. http://musicmusekk.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/for-greater-glory-james-horner/ Enjoy! - KK
  11. Here's a review of Horner's latest effort: http://musicmusekk.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/the-amazing-spider-man-james-horner/ Enjoy! - KK
  12. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BUYSOUNDTRAX RECORDS REMEMBERS THE TITANIC WITH AN EPIC MUSICAL VOYAGE Featuring Music from Titanic (Film), Raise the Titanic, Titanic (Musical) and S.O.S. Titanic http://buysoundtrax....epmuvomuby.html SRP: $15.95 LISTEN TO A SOUNDCLIPS FROM the score for TITANIC: AN EPIC MUSICAL VOYAGE My Heart Will Go On (Vocal Version) - Titanic (1997) http://buysound.webjedi.net/Titanic_BSX/1%20My%20Heart%20Will%20Go%20On%20-%20Vocal.mp3 Theme from SOS TITANIC - S.O.S. Titanic (1979) http://buysound.webjedi.net/Titanic_BSX/10_SOS_Titanic.mp3 Third Class Steerage - Titanic (1997) http://buysound.webjedi.net/Titanic_BSX/4_Third_Class_Steerage.mp3 BUYSOUNDTRAX Records is proud to announce the release of TITANIC: AN EPIC MUSICAL VOYAGE, performed by the White Star Chamber Orchestra and Chorus Conducted by Dan Redfeld. In the 100 years since the famed RMS Titanic hit an iceberg and plunged into the ocean, it has been celebrated on stage, television and in film. This collection of new recordings, which features extensive liner notes by Randall Larson, celebrates the music from these productions. TITANIC: AN EPIC MUSICAL VOYAGE will be available digitally on April 3rd, and CDs begin shipping on April 10, 2012, the 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic. The heart of this musical voyage is the music composed by James Horner for the Academy Award winning film TITANIC. In addition to a number of tracks of the score from the film, singer c performs “My Heart Will Go On.” Also featured on this album are tracks from S.O.S. TITANIC (Howard Blake), RAISE THE TITANIC (John Barry), “The Titanic Trot” from TV’s THE TIME TUNNEL (John Williams), and selections from Maury Yeston’s Tony winning musical TITANIC. Rounding out this recording are two historical tracks, an arrangement of traditional Irish Music (by Joohyun Park) and “Nearer, My God, To Thee”, the hymn reportedly performed by the Titanic’s dance band as the ship went down. “We’ve taken these film scores and reimagined them into a different kind of compilation album,” said the album’s producer, Ford A. Thaxton. “This is a very different take on it. We wanted to do something that would have a timeless quality to it.” The label turned to Dan Redfeld to launch this musical voyage. Redfeld has had a lifelong interest in the Titanic. “I’m not sure I know what the attraction was,” he said. “It’s the fact that it was the grandest ship in the world and it hits an iceberg and sinks and 1500 people go down. It's the whole series of little events that lead to this massive catastrophe. It’s the people who stayed at their posts, particularly the stokers under the ship who kept the ship lit and the band playing on until the last moments. I don't know if that kind of character exists anymore. There is just such incredible drama about it and I think it's what gets to people about it. The epic-ness of the disaster, for a composer, evokes passionate music.” Dan Redfeld is a classically trained concert pianist and composer/conductor who studied at Boston’s New England Conservatory. While many of his fellow students were embracing modernistic, atonal music, Redfeld was more interested in tonal, neo-romantic music. He has written music for stage, concert performance and screen. The premiere of his latest opus, Travels for Piano Quartet, was performed by Central4, a chamber group that named him Composer-In-Residence. Redfeld is currently musical directing and conducting Eli Villanueva’s opera, The White Bird of Poston, for the Los Angeles Opera. TITANIC: AN EPIC MUSICAL VOYAGE will be available digitally on April 3rd, and CDs begin shipping on April 10, 2012, the 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic. SPECIAL NOTE: The first 100 copies purchased through BUYSOUNDTRAX.COM website will be autographed by Music Director Dan Redfeld and vocalist Zoë Poledouris Roché. 1. My Heart Will Go On (Vocal Version) - Titanic (1997) (5:06) Music by James Horner / Lyrics by WIll Jennings / vocals by Zoë Poledouris Roché 2. Never An Absolution/Unable to Stay, Unwilling to Leave - Titanic (1997) (5:33) Music by James Horner / vocals by Kristi Holden 3. Southampton/Take Her to Sea, Mr. Murdoch - Titanic (1997) (5:07) Music by James Horner / vocals by Kristi Holden 4. Third Class Steerage - Titanic (1997) (3:47) Traditional (arranged by Joohyun Park) 5. Rose - Titanic (1997) (2:56) Music By James Horner / vocals by Kristi Holden 6. Titanic Trot - Time Tunnel Pilot (1966) (Rendezvous with Yesterday) (3:47) Music by John Williams 7. The Portrait (Piano Sketch) - Titanic (1997) (4:45) Music By James Horner / solo piano by Dan Redfeld 8. Doing the Latest Rag - Titanic: A New Musical (1997) (3:24) Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston vocals by Tom Schmid, Eric Bradley, Scott Dicken, Fletcher Sheridan, Chorus 9. No Moon - Titanic: A New Musical (1997) (3:02) Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston / vocals by Michael Lichtenauer 10. Theme from SOS TITANIC - S.O.S. Titanic (1979) (2:33) Music By Howard Blake 11. We'll Meet Tomorrow - Titanic: A New Musical (1997) (2:45) Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston / vocals by Greg Whipple, Christina Harding. Fletcher Sheridan, Michael Lichtenauer, Chorus 12. Nearer, My God, to Thee (5:46) Traditional (arranged by Steven Ganci) 13. Suite from Raise the Titanic - Raise The Titanic (1980) (6:18) Music By John Barry 14. Hymn to the Sea - Titanic (1997) (6:25) Music by James Horner / vocals by Kristi Holden 15. My Heart Will Go On (Vocalise) Titanic (1997) (5:51) Music by James Horner / Vocals by Kristi Holden Total Time: 67:00
  13. I just found out that Varese Sarabande will be releasing an OST to James Horner's Black Gold on February 7th Source: http://www.varesesar...ack-Gold/Detail I've heard the score and its a powerhouse, with prominent female vocals playing a major part. There are also more than a few piano solos, some other delicate instrumental passages, and a smattering of action music. I like that Horner is going back to scoring some smaller movies. He also composed the score to Cristiada in 2011, but I haven't heard of a release date for that OST yet.
  14. I've been listening to this score all day for the past 2 days. I absolutely love this epic! Here is a review I wrote: http://musicmusekk.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/black-gold-james-horner/ Criticism and commentary are welcomed! Thanks for reading! - KK
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