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  1. Laut Variety wird die Musik zum Spielberg-Film nächsten Monat aufgenommen. https://variety.com/2022/artisans/news/john-williams-turns-90-celebrating-1235172996/?fbclid=IwAR2eeh_5oExat2w7T37iinexALO7R481Os9EN3UMWcHMhsO2Z2DJG2jB0sM
  2. Ich find es gut, wenn unbekannte Komponisten Projekte vertonen dürfen, die schon eine gewisse Aufmerksamkeit erzeugen, wie hier Natalie Holt, die ich bisher nicht kenne, die nun die Musik für die "Loki" Serie schreiben wird.
  3. Jason Reitman vertraut auf den Komponisten, der seine letzten Filme vertont hat und daher ist Rob Simonsen der Komponist von Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Der Arbeitstitel des Films lautet "Rust City", falls ihr euch da wundert, warum da nicht Ghostbusters dabei steht. Ich bin sehr zufrieden mit der Wahl, da ich die Musik von ihm immer mehr zu schätzen weiß.
  4. https://store.intrada.com/s.nl/it.A/id.12664/.f?sc=13&category=22848 Intrada Special Collection Volume ISC 487 Premier 2-CD expanded release of spectacular symphonic score by James Newton Howard! Lavish, sincere yet still magical filming of timeless books & stageplay by James M. Barrie gets 2003 release. Columbia Pictures & Universal Pictures with Revolution Studios presents, Jason Isaacs, Jeremy Sumpter, Richard Briers, Olivia Williams, Lynn Redgrave head cast, Ludivine Sagnier plays Tink, P.J. Hogan directs & scripts with Michael Goldenberg, Industrial Light & Magic creates the visual wonders. James Newton Howard scores for large orchestra plus chorus, fashions music that melds soaring flight music, mystical Tinkerbell moments with powerhouse action sequences - many of them omitted from previous highlights album issued at time of film’s release. Beloved characters include Peter Pan, Wendy, the fairy Tinkerbell and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook, who lost his hand to a crocodile. Howard offers truly wall-to-wall scoring that presents richly thematic material that evolves, changes throughout with stunning array of ideas both large and small. Contrast of material is stunning! Opening celeste, xylophone, strings are joined by female chorus to establish perfect tone to launch with quotes of darker Hook material soon making appearance, followed by twittering flute for Tink, triplet figure suggesting gentle love story to unfold ahead and heard more fully during “Is That A Kiss?”. Back-to-back “Learning To Fly” and “Flying” are early, rousing set-pieces, with “Flying” rising to especially grand peroration for full orchestra with chorus. “Fetch Long Tom” ushers in excitement, “Castle Swordfight” furthers action with lively rhythms, rousing statement of main theme in fanfare-treatment, climaxing in deadly serious, aggressive moment for crocodile encounter, a previously unreleased highlight. Lilting waltz-like idea alternating between major and minor builds in deliberate fashion, becomes emotionally rich “Fairy Dance”. Highlights abound in Howard’s massive, lengthy opus: “Please Don’t Die” offers powerful chords in orchestra and chorus, building to dramatic finish, dynamic low brass rhythmic procession as “Wendy Walks The Plank”. Latter portion of score is packed with energy: “Into The Rigging” opens with powerful 4/4 action motif then later erupts in chopping motif for brass, “He’s Mine” launches with riveting horn motif then becomes an action highlight for entire orchestra replete with brass fanfares, glissandi trombones, everything but the kitchen sink. When all is said and done, Howard bids farewell to Think in moving quote, then brings Peter’s soaring theme to the fore for climax of “Peter Returns” and finally melts with quiet, beautiful major-key finish. Unusually long “End Title/End Credits” sequence in film incredibly is all Howard, with over ten minutes of material both drawn from score and recorded specifically for closing suite, a magnificent wrap-up. Entire 112-minute score presented direct from digital two-track stereo session mixes made by Shawn Murphy in October & November 2003, colorful flipper-style package from Kay Marshall, detailed notes from Frank DeWald include new comments for this release by the composer. Intrada Special Collection 2-CD release available while quantities and interest remain! CD 1 01. Main Title (2:09) 02. Michael Takes A Bath (0:32) 03. Is That A Kiss? (1:40) 04. Peter’s Shadow (1:23) 05. A Note From The Teacher (2:49) 06. Tinkerbell (4:45) 07. Wendy Meets Peter (5:14) 08. Learning To Fly (3:10) 09. Flying (3:30) 10. The Parrot (0:46) 11. Captain Hook (1:39) 12. Spying On The Jolly Roger (1:30) 13. “Fetch Long Tom” (1:29) 14. Lost Boys Shoot Wendy (1:30) 15. Wendy Lives (2:04) 16. Build A House Around Her (1:24) 17. Come Meet Father (2:31) 18. Capturing Michael & John (1:58) 19. Mermaids (1:40) 20. Children On The Rock (1:44) 21. Set Them Free (3:06) 22. Castle Swordfight (3:50) 23. Fairy Dance (5:31) 24. Peter Visits Darlings (1:38) 25. Wendy Meets Hook (4:15) 26. “If You Wish It” (2:47) 27. Boys Want To Go Home (1:12) 28. Parrot Frees Tink (1:05) 29. Hook Captures Boys (1:57) 30. Poison (1:41) 31. Please Don’t Die (1:52) 32. I Do Believe In Fairies (2:45) CD 1 Total Time: 76:03 CD 2 01. Wendy Walks The Plank (4:12) 02. “Into The Rigging” (2:09) 03. “He’s Mine” (4:40) 04. Peter Falls To The Deck (1:48) 05. The Hidden Kiss (1:20) 06. Old, Alone, Done For (1:20) 07. Hook Is Dead/Flying Jolly Roger (4:51) 08. Adopting Lost Boys/Peter Returns (4:05) 09. End Title/End Credits (Extended Suite) (10:57) CD 2 Total Time: 36:19
  5. Auch wenn es noch kein Veröffentlichungsdatum gibt, so ist sicher, dass Intrada die beiden Scores remastered und komplett herausbringt: Quelle: Intrada Soundtrack Forum • View topic - The Two Conans
  6. Keine große Überraschung, und ich freue mich sehr darauf, denn für mich waren die Giacchino-Scores für die Matt Reeves-Affen-Filme bisher seine absolut besten.
  7. No composer was better suited to score a picture than Jerry Goldsmith with L.A. Confidential (1997), director Curtis Hanson’s masterpiece of the James Elroy novel about corruption in 1950s Los Angeles. Not only was a Goldsmith a master of the thriller and crime genres, but his own career started in the era depicted in the film, and he had scored the all-time great detective noir, Chinatown. L.A. Confidential starred Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce and Kevin Spacey as police detectives, with Kim Basinger as a Veronica Lake-lookalike prostitute, in a labyrinthine but brilliantly constructed plot connecting city hall and the cops, organized crime, Hollywood tabloids and the gutter. The film received nine Oscar nominations—including for Goldsmith’s score—and won two, for Basinger and Best Adapted Screenplay. It was heralded as an instant classic and, 25 years later, is every bit as captivating. Goldsmith’s score combines a modern pulse, pace and suspense with period idioms—notably a bluesy trumpet theme, performed by Malcolm McNab, which to Goldsmith represented masculinity. The score distills the 1950s atmosphere of smoke and seediness, as well as a certain bygone era of honor and justice, while making the film ingeniously slick and contemporary—and, as always for Goldsmith, emotional. L.A. Confidential’s score album was released by Varèse Sarabande after the film in 1997. This Deluxe Edition features two programs on one disc: 28 tracks, running 45 minutes, representing the cues heard in the film, followed by the original 11-track, 30-minute score album. New liner notes are by Tim Greiving. Limited to 2000 copies. Bloody Christmas 1:46 Turn It In / The Deal 2:07 The Badge 0:46 The Café 1:23 The I.D. / Odds 1:37 Late Arrival / The Raid 1:31 Questions 1:59 Back-Up 0:58 Don’t Move 0:37 Bud And Lynn 1:09 False Information 2:31 Susan Lefferts 0:32 Rats / A Gift 2:11 Rodents 0:51 Rollo Tomasi 2:06 Not So Dumb After All 1:11 The Facts 0:48 The Perp / Know Him? 1:38 Ex-Cop 0:30 Photos 1:26 Out Of The Rain 0:59 Records 1:52 Out The Window 1:05 Patchett’s Dead 0:40 The Keys 1:53 Shootout 4:36 Good Lad 2:24 The Victor 2:31 Bloody Christmas 2:51 The Café 2:20 Questions 2:20 Susan Lefferts 2:54 Out Of The Rain 2:47 Rollo Tomasi 3:08 The Photos 2:28 The Keys 1:52 Shootout 4:09 Good Lad 2:19 The Victor 2:32
  8. Gustavo Santaolallas Serien Soundtrack zu "The Last of Us" wird demnächst von Sony Music veröffentlicht.
  9. Der Film Music Reporter berichtet schon darüber, in ein paar Stunden kommt dann wohl die Ankündigung von Varèse. Here’s the track list of the album: 1. Opening Titles (Professor Alexander Hartdegen) (3:26) 2. Wish Me Luck (1:22) 3. Marry Me (1:11) 4. Emma Dies (1:31) 5. In a Week… (3:13) 6. Bleecker Street (2:28) 7. Emma Dies #2 (0:57) 8. I Don’t Belong Here (3:58) 9. In the Year 2030 (1:03) 10. Time Travel / Asteroid (4:37) 11. Where Am I? (2:12) 12. Are They Friendly? / Good Night (4:13) 13. The Stones and the River (4:56) 14. Morlocks Attack (7:06) 15. Where the Ghosts Are (1:44) 16. Descending Into Morlocks’ World (6:29) 17. The Master (5:45) 18. Time Machine Fight (4:06) 19. Alex Reconsiders (1:30) 20. The Escape (3:25) 21. Godspeed (5:21) 22. Moonsign (1:09) 23. Good Night: Suite (4:06)
  10. Unsere letzte Veröffentlichung für das Jahr 2022: WIE GUT, DASS ES MARIA GIBT (1989 / 1990) Wie gut, dass es Maria gibt erfreut sich seit ihrer Erstausstrahlung 1989/1990 großer Beliebtheit. Die aus zwei Staffeln bestehende Serie handelt von Schwester Dr. Maria Pfeiffer, dargestellt von Thekla Carola Wied (Ich heirate eine Familie, Martha Liebermann – Ein gestohlenes Leben) und ihren kirchlichen als auch privaten Erlebnissen. Zentraler Bestandteil des Erfolgs der Reihe ist auch die Musik von Christian Bruhn, der nicht nur einige der berühmtesten Schlager überhaupt geschrieben hat (Marmor, Stein und Eisen bricht – Ein bisschen Spaß muss sein – Heidi…), sondern auch Filmmusiken, die heute Kultstatus erreicht haben (Captain Future…). Für Wie gut, das es Maria gibt komponierte er u. a. liebenswert, charmante Themen – allen voran das Maria-Thema, musikalische Landschaftsbilder für Italien und Österreich sowie den Song „Love Affair“ dargeboten von Lady Lily. Seit mehr als 30 Jahren war die Musik unveröffentlicht, lediglich das Hauptthema erschien auf einem Sampler. Daher sind wir von Alhambra Records sehr froh nach so langer Zeit einen umfangreicheren Blick in die Musik bieten zu können. Die CD umfasst 19 Tracks, das 16-seitige Booklet enthält einen Text von Christian Bruhn sowie zahlreiche Abbildungen. Wir wünschen viel Freude mit der Musik. WIE GUT, DASS ES MARIA GIBT 01. Anfangstitel 0:31 02. Italien 1:52 03. Maria Hauptthema 3:00 04. Die Spannung wächst 3:09 05. Kaplan Kümmerling 3:11 06. Die alten Damen 2:39 07. Nene 1:08 08. Österreich 1:20 09. Love Affair * 3:21 10. Sawatzky 1:45 11. Musik und Sport 3:36 12. Maria Illustration I 3:05 13. Der Ami-Schlitten 1:54 14. In der Disco 2:48 15. So traurig? 3:21 16. Kinderfest 3:14 17. Maria Illustration II 3:06 18. Muss i denn … 1:50 19. Schlusstitel 1:32 Musik komponiert, orchestriert und produziert von Christian Bruhn 1989/1990 in den CB Tonstudios München Gesang Track 09 – Love Affair: LADY LILY
  11. Feiner Western-Score von Federico Jusid. Tolles Artwork!
  12. Recht hübsch und ruhig geworden. Gefällt mir wesentlich besser als seine Krawall-Scores der letzten Zeit. Und eindeutig "Elfman". Noch nicht bei Spotify, aber bei Deezer. https://www.deezer.com/de/album/370990677
  13. Music by Harry Manfredini RETAIL PRICE: $16.98 La-La Land Records presents an all-new restored, remixed, remastered and expanded “ULTIMATE” stereo presentation of renowned composer Harry Manfredini’s original motion picture score to the 1981 feature film FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2, starring Amy Steel and directed by Steve Miner. In 2021, the discovery of original FRIDAY score elements culminated in La-La Land’s “Ultimate” restoration of the first film’s music. Now the label follows that acclaimed release with FRIDAY THE 13th PART 2: THE ULTIMATE CUT, the newly restored, remixed and expanded presentation of composer Harry Manfredini’s (F13 PARTS 1,2,3,4,5,6, 9, 10, HOUSE, DEEPSTAR SIX), iconic score to the famed horror franchise’s first sequel. Engineer Jerry Lambert, under supervision of Manfredini, has again restored and remixed the music with results nothing short of astounding! The score is richer, bolder and as unstoppable as Jason himself! Included in this deluxe assembly is music NEVER-before-heard-or-released! Produced by Dan Goldwasser and Brian Satterwhite, mixed by Jerry Lambert, and mastered by James Nelson, this special CD release features exclusive liner notes by Satterwhite that provide a detailed track-by-track breakdown along with an in-depth examination of the release’s restoration and remix process. The art direction is by Goldwasser and the original cover art is by Scott Saslow. A must-have for all FRIDAY fans and film score enthusiasts! TRACK LISTING: 1. The Dream 5:36 2. Alice Hangs Up 1:58 3. Keep a Cool Head / Main Title** 2:35 4. Prowler in the Woods** 0:49 5. Ginny Gets Followed*† 0:38 6. Ralph Gets Cursed** 1:44 7. Looking for Muffin**† 1:01 8. Jeff and Sandy Sneak Off to Camp Blood 0:55 9. The Chase / The Sheriff Visits Villa Jason**† 2:08 10. Terry in the Lake / Scott’s Out / Terry Finds Scott 2:46 11. Vickie Gets Ready / Mark Meets Jason**† 2:12 12. Jeff and Sandy Get a Visit from Guess Who?** 1:16 13. Vickie Visits Jeff, Sandy, and You Know Who** 1:35 14. Paul and Ginny Meet Jason 3:49 15. Ragtop, Running Ragged / Ginny Under Bed** 3:38 16. Chairman of the Boards** 0:52 17. Ginny Pays a Visit to Chez Jason 5:33 18. Who’s at the Door? / Jason Pops In **† 2:01 19. Return to Chez Jason 0:37 BONUS TRACKS 20. The Dream Bed (Complete)* 1:06 21. Ralph Gets Cursed (w/o Flanger)* 1:11 22. Rock + Roll Source #1 (Mono)** 3:36 23. Rock + Roll Source #2 (Mono)* 4:21 24. Rock + Roll Source #3 (Mono)* 4:38 25. Harmonica Source**† 2:11 26. Random Dissolves* 1:02 27. Random Dissolves (no Brass, Mono)* 1:22 28. Title Buttons (Mono)* 0:24 TOTAL ALBUM TIME: 62:30 * previously unreleased ** contains previously unreleased material † not used in film This is a CD format release
  14. LLLCD 1614 Music by John Barry Limited Edition of 3000 Units RETAIL PRICE: $21.98 La-La Land Records, StudioCanal and Sony Classical celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the 1992 big-screen biographical drama CHAPLIN with a newly remastered, deluxe presentation of the film’s original motion picture score by legendary composer John Barry. Barry’s notable and elegant orchestral score, considered one of late composer’s last great works for the cinema, is an integral part of this creative and thoughtful chronicling of the career of the great Charlie Chaplin starring Robert Downey, Jr. and directed by Richard Attenborough. Romantic, dramatic, comedic and more, Barry’s diverse and thematically rich original score, recorded at Abbey Road with the English Chamber Orchestra, also interpolates a number of Chaplin’s own music compositions such as “Smile” and his scores to CITY LIGHTS and LIMELIGHT. Produced by Neil S. Bulk and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this special limited edition CD presentation is expanded with previously unreleased material and includes exclusive liner notes by journalist/author Jon Burlingame. This release is limited to 3000 units and features art design by Scott Saslow. TRACK LISTING: 1. Chaplin-Main Theme 3:08 2. Hannah’s Hope† / Workhouse Chase / Mudflats 3:00 3. To The Asylum :57 4. Charlie On Riverbank 1:10 5. Charlie Proposes 3:01 6. Charlie Goes To The U.S. 2:57 7. In The Cutting Room 2:15 8. Discovering The Tramp / The Wedding Chase 4:03 9. Funny With A Hose / This Is My Work 1:26 10. News Of Hetty 1:01 11. Chaplin’s Studio Opening 1:58 12. The Roll Dance 2:34 13. To Salt Lake City 1:07 14. Salt Lake City Episode* 2:11 15. Tea For Four† 1:14 16. Hetty’s Dead / Smile** 2:43 17. Remembering Hetty 2:58 18. I Had No Home :31 19. From London To L.A. 3:21 20. The Hungry People / Smile** 1:50 21. Farewell Sweet Prince** 1:25 22. Joan Out Of Control :58 23. Joan Barry Trouble / Oona Arrives 2:15 24. Premiere Fanfare :43 25. It’s All Over / Guilty 1:20 26. Theme From “Limelight”* :48 27. They’ve Thrown You Out 1:14 28. Madness, Charlie? 1:00 29. Smile** 2:05 30. The Roll Dance 1:48 31. Chaplin-Main Theme / Smile* 4:47 32. Smile** 3:37 TOTAL SCORE TIME 66:25 ORIGINAL ALBUM SUITES 33. Early Days In London† 4:18 34. To California / The Cutting Room 3:44 35. News Of Hetty’s Death / Smile** 3:43 TOTAL SUITES TIME 11:48 TOTAL ALBUM TIME 78:13 *Composed by Charles Chaplin **Contains “Smile” composed by Charles Chaplin † Contains “The Honeysuckle and the Bee” by William Penn and Albert H. Fitz This is a CD format release.
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