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I may have mentioned this before but my relative unfamiliarity with the Dragon scores means that when a cue comes on shuffle, I listen to it with rapt wonder before realizing what it is. Genuine amazement at how good it is. It happens so frequently, I'll be disappointed when I start recognizing them and can't be so satisfyingly surprised anymore.

Try PAN again, then. Not so much the second half but everything up to 'Tramp Stamp' is on the same level.

Compositionally it's on the level with the DRAGON scores.

And that, people, is why pub is one of the best members around here!

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^^^ So yeah, John Powell has confirmed it. The Choral Works album, titled "Hubris", will be released on June 15 ( The Prussian Requiem pieces will be included too) So yeah, within 2 wee

HTTYD is a flawless score. I could listen to it again and again. HTTYD2 is good but HTTYD feels so much more organic IMO.   I think a large reason for the successes of these scores is the st

Great interview with Powell: http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/movies/john-powell/50304/john-powell-interview-scoring-bourne-hans-zimmer-faceoff-and-more

I was blown away by Boy Who Could Fly and now cycle across town to it, along with Flying Ship Fight. Those power-punch developments of the themes are helping me get into the rest of the score now. It's more evidence that film score as a genre, and composers talents, seem to shine best from fantasy films. I've only known Powell so far for Bourne (which I know inside out) and X-Men 3, which I dip into occasionally. I must try harder to delve into his Dragon scores; are there any other exemplar works of his with the same qualities as these?

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On 12/12/2015 at 10:45 AM, loert423 said:

A look inside John Powell's studio:

 

 

Damn, that's a fine home studio.  Very impressive set up.

On 1/4/2016 at 8:24 AM, Jay said:

Sounds good!

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This sounds excellent!  I would love to hear the whole work.  Hopefully it will be released soon.

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The world premiere of John Powell's Prussian Requiem will take place at the Royal Festival Hall on 6th March 2016, in case anyone is interested in attending.

 

http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/concerts/1222/london/royal_festival_hall/6_march_2016/first_world_war_commemoration_concert?utm_source=mail2&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=E-newsletter%3A February 2016

 

Jennifer Pike playing The Lark Ascending and Sol Gabetta playing Elgar's cello concerto are not be sniffed at either.

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