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James Horner’s “The Mask of Zorro” Full Orchestral Score

 

Hey Film Music Fans,

James Horner’s score for The Mask of Zorro is as epic as the film. It contains Spanish-influenced themes with the composer's usual flair for highly dramatic and melodic underscoring. Like all his film scores, The Mask of Zorro serves as a great model for how to blend bold and colorful orchestrations seamlessly with picture. Hit the button below to add this score to your collection today.

Please be sure to head over to Omni’s website before this wonderful book runs out. While there, check out some other fine products available from Omni Music Publishing.

Please visit OmniMusicPublishing.com for more details.

319 pages 9×12 inches. Paperbound, printed in U.S.A

Available Worldwide
Note: Please check with your country for import/duty tax before ordering. This charge will be in addition to the book cost and shipping cost and varies by country.

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It would be great though if there was a complete audio release, to follow with the book.

Now, it's not very useful to me at least... Let alone, if the ost combines cues from different places in the movie etc. etc.

 

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54 minutes ago, filmmusic said:

It would be great though if there was a complete audio release, to follow with the book.

Now, it's not very useful to me at least... Let alone, if the ost combines cues from different places in the movie etc. etc.

 

There is one on the way

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2 hours ago, filmmusic said:

Oh really? that's great news then!

 

I'm not sure if there is.  The "news" was posted here, but isn't clear to me if he meant complete audio or complete sheets, since this post is extremely similar and is about the book.

 

Maybe @DangerMotif can be more clear about exactly what Dan said instead of being so cryptic

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On 15/10/2023 at 3:15 PM, filmmusic said:

Wow! Edward Scissorshands in preparation at Schott music for us Europeans!!

 

https://www.schott-music.com/en/edward-scissorhands-no583180.html

https://omnimusicpublishing.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=e8f1c332d728c3349aaea7ff5&id=582a323271&e=ca8191e0cb

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Coming soon!
5 Cat Studios & Omni Music Publishing proudly present the final score book of the “How to Train Your Dragon” trilogy: The Hidden World!
Pre-orders start on January 23. The full score book is available on February 23 🎶
Produced by Batu Sener & Tim Rodier

#johnpowell #scorebook #httyd @httydragon @batusener
 

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https://www.instagram.com/p/C1r0tP-OxoO/

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I visited the Schott Music store in London this week - nice to see that they stock some of the Omni books on location :) 

Bought Wrath of Khan, and made sure to express my interest in them carrying more Omni editions in the future!

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1 hour ago, ChrisAfonso said:

I visited the Schott Music store in London this week - nice to see that they stock some of the Omni books on location :) 

Bought Wrath of Khan, and made sure to express my interest in them carrying more Omni editions in the future!

Oh gosh I don't think I had any idea there was a shop (or simply didn't think to check!). I have a few on my list but it's so expensive getting them from the US... I'll have to go next week when I'm over. Maybe they'll have HTTYD3 at some point.

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It's nice to have a local store for sure, but Schott's shipping probably doesn't make that big a difference for Europeans. Only they still don't have those Omnis in their lineup that I want to get…

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41 minutes ago, filmmusic said:

Cool thank you. I’m back in London in June so will hopefully be able to shop for it in person then. 

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Big News: New Stock, Affordable Global Shipping, and Upcoming Releases!


Hi Film Music Fans,
 
Here’s the latest news from Omni:

Good News: Three popular titles are back in stock: Batman Returns, How to Train Your Dragon 2, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Even Better News: Omni now offers affordable international shipping rates with APC International! Please note that import duties may apply depending on your country.

Best News: Back to the Future is now available for worldwide shipping.

Bonus News: This summer, look out for Omni’s “Goldsmith Double-Feature” featuring The ‘Burbs and Air Force One. These titles will be available both separately and as a combo pack.

 

 
 
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I don't remember the Air Force One score, is it that good?
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1 hour ago, filmmusic said:

I don't remember the Air Force One score, is it that good?

 

It's that popular. I know a lot of people who consider it one of Jerry's best action scores of the decade. But for me it's middling. There are some strong highlights but I rarely feel like listening to the whole thing all the way through... which places it in a rare 1% of Goldsmith's output for me (I usually love the listening experience of his complete scores). And this doesn't have anything to do with Joel McNeely contributing a good chunk of the score; his stuff is mostly fantastic and I actually think his action music out-Goldsmiths Goldsmith in some ways. It sounds like more complex 70s Goldsmith action music rather than the more streamlined/simplified action style he adopted on a lot (but not all -- see The Shadow, The Mummy, and even Looney Tunes) of his post-Total Recall output.

 

The 'Burbs, on the other hand, is my #1 favorite score Goldsmith wrote for Joe Dante, #1 favorite Goldsmith comedy score, and actually even on my top 10 Goldsmith scores of all time. I adore that silly thing. :) 

 

Where are you quoting from, by the way? An email? I checked their website and Facebook page and didn't see this.

 

Yavar

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10 minutes ago, Yavar Moradi said:

It's that popular. I know a lot of people who consider it one of Jerry's best action scores of the decade. But for me it's middling.

 

It's say it's a top shelf *entry level* Goldsmith action score. Once you know the rest of his output, it's still good, with great highlights, but hardly top tier as a whole. But if you're knew to his music, it's probably one of the best to get you hooked.

 

10 minutes ago, Yavar Moradi said:

Where are you quoting from, by the way? An email? I checked their website and Facebook page and didn't see this.

 

Yes, the new newsletter e-mail.

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I think there are better entry level Goldsmith action scores. Heck, even among his so-called (inaccurately IMO) "autopilot" 90s action scores, I personally enjoy Chain Reaction and Executive Decision more than this. Apart from a few highlights (the Russian choral stuff stands out), I rank this one about on par with U.S. Marshals, which to me is perhaps his most generic action score.

 

Yavar

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1 hour ago, filmmusic said:
I don't remember the Air Force One score, is it that good?

 

It's one of my favorite scores of all time

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