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Columbia Japan veröffentlicht am morgigen Mittwoch ein 3 CDs umfassendes Set mit To(h)ru Fuyukis Musik aus der TV-Serie Ultraman Leo.

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Aus dem alten Vinyl-Thread...

Am 27.11.2016 um 15:56 schrieb Stefan Jania:

Aus Australien kommt von Roundtable neben John Barrys Walkabout (auch auf CD) der Score zu The Last Wave von Charles Wain. Diesen Score gibt es aber nur auf LP, nicht auf CD. Jammer...

 

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http://www.thee-roundtable.com/store/p10/charles-wain-the-last-wave.html

Den bizarren frühen Synth-Score gibt es nun auch digital (Stream/MP3/FLAC).

 

 

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Wer mehr zur Musik erfahren möchte - und wer "Charles Wain" in Wirklichkeit war: hier das Backcover der mittlerweile vergriffenen LP.

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Originallink: https://www.thee-roundtable.com/uploads/2/8/3/0/28306953/s923405271522577828_p15_i3_w2000.jpeg

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Am 28.6.2019 um 14:44 schrieb Stefan Jania:

Aus dem alten Vinyl-Thread...

Den bizarren frühen Synth-Score gibt es nun auch digital (Stream/MP3/FLAC).

Danke für den Tipp und die Infos. Den Film habe ich vor Jahren mal gesehen, und die Musik fand ich sehr creepy. Muss ich mir in 'ner ruhigen Minute mal anhören. :)

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Den Film habe ich auch vor sehr (!) vielen Jahren zuletzt gesehen. Er hat mich etwas sprachlos und verwirrt zurück gelassen - wie auch Weirs Film davor: Picnic At Hanging Rock.

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Den Namen Ghiya Rushidat habe ich bislang nur in Ankündigungen von Anne gelesen. Jetzt kommt von BSX ein Album: ALL THE IMAGINARY VIDEO GAMES I SCORED.

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Buysoundtrax Records is proud to present an original compilation of music from composer Ghiya Rushidat, ALL THE IMAGINARY VIDEO GAMES I SCORED. Ghiya brilliantly conceptualizes several different musical themes, ranging from pulse-pounding action to lyrical ethnic melodies inspired by a multitude of video game genres. Ghiya is a rising star in the film music world and we are proud to introduce her first album of original music. 

Ghiya Rushidat was born in Saudi Arabia, and raised in Jordan.  As one of the few female composers of Arab heritage, Ghiya takes pride in shattering stereotypes about women in film music, and about Middle Eastern women in general.  Despite a physical attack after her concert in Jordan, this resilient artist continues to share her voice and her emotive and provocative scores with American audiences.  She is especially interested in scoring films not traditionally offered to women, such as big action films.

Ghiya entered the world of music at the age of four. Playing piano by ear, then receiving formal and classical piano education. From childhood, she intended to become a concert pianist, and followed that path until 2008, when she lost her first love to cancer.  Composing became a coping mechanism, and continued to help her grieve when her father passed away two years later.  These events have profoundly shaped her music.

She attended the Royal College of Music in London, the Conservatoire National de Danse et de Musique de Lyon in France, and Yermouk University in Jordan, acquiring three degrees in piano performance and musicology along the way, as well as proficiency in three languages.  Always pushing further, Ghiya will be starting a fourth degree at another distinguished institute, this time in neuroscience.  She is also currently learning to speak Mandarin.

In 2014, Ghiya moved to the US. Upon her arrival, she composed her first Hollywood film, Pen of Mirrors (starring Eric Roberts). Her melodic, dissonant, and layered score quickly gained wide critical acclaim, and has lead to steady work in Hollywood, on films, television shows, and video games.  

In 2016, she received a commission for composition for a royal event, where she can return to her musical and cultural roots and compose Arab and oriental music for the event.  She has since composed pieces for other royalty from a variety of Middle Eastern countries.

Ghiya was mentored by a number of major A-list Hollywood composers as Christopher Lennertz (Trolls, Lost In Space, The Smurfs..), Christopher Young (The Exorcist, Spiderman, The Grudge..) and Timothy Wynn (Total War, Madden NFL..). She was awarded the prestigious BMI Foundation Pete Carpenter Fellowship in 2017 for her piece Fly and Flow that was recorded by a 70-piece orchestra in Budapest.  She also counts among her honors the Global Music Awards Silver Medal for outstanding achievement in film and TV scoring, and is a jury member of Le Petit Cannes Film Festival 2018. 

A passionate philanthropist, Ghiya has lent her time to various charities, particularly those aiding abused women, children with disabilities, and cancer patients. Ghiya was nominated for the influential Queen Rania award and is currently partnered with an ex-NASA rocket scientist, developing technologies to help children with autism express themselves more freely. 

In what time she has to spare, Ghiya loves good books and better coffee. Her interests range from knitting to neuroscience to playing a variety of musical instruments.  She believes that having a well-rounded life contributes to her artistry.

In the future Ghiya would like to do more work on video games and increase her philanthropy. She lives in LA with her best friend, her dog Grey, who is loved by everyone he meets. 

1. Secret (Instrumental) (4:02)
2. Journey Begins Here (1:10)
3. It's My Battle Now (2:53)
4. Organized Chaos (1:26)
5. Birka (1:45)
6. Call of the Wind (1:52)
7. Line of Sight (1:34)
8. Maxxed Out (2:54)
9. Farah (1:50)
10. Fountains of Gold (1:31)
11. Spirit of the Gate (2:38)
12. Point of No Return (1:24)
13. Broken Worlds (1:49)
14. Missing Souls (2:49)
15. Assault On The Battlefield (2:08)
16. Love Birds (1:14)
17. Secret (Vocal) (4:01)
Total Time: 37:41

https://buysoundtrax.myshopify.com/collections/new-releases-home/products/all-the-imaginary-video-games-ive-scored-ghiya-rushidat

 

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Noch mehr Hau-Drauf-Action aus den späten 80'ern/frühen 90'ern. Hired To Kill. Jerry Grant? Sagt mir nichts. Nico Mastorakis? Auch mir nicht sonderlich bekannt. Aber der Film ist mit Brian Thompson, dem Alien-Bounty-Hunter aus den X-Files, nebst Oliver Reed, George Kennedy und José Ferrer. Das "composed and conducted" macht mich wirklich neugierig.

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Kommt demnächst digital von MSM und auf CD von Quartet. Links dann bald... ;) 

 

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb Stefan Jania:

Nico Mastorakis? Auch mir nicht sonderlich bekannt.

Der Regisseur des sehenswerten griechischen Exploitationfilm-Klassikers DIE TEUFLISCHEN VON MYKONOS, und neben Nikos Nikolaidis eine der wichtigen Figuren des neuen griechischen Kinos am Ende der Militärdiktatur. Hat dann aber schnell eine internationale (Genrefilm-)Karriere verfolgt, die ihn auch in die USA brachte. Hans Zimmer vertonte in seinen frühen Jahren einige der Mastorakis-Filme, noch vor seinem Durchbruch mit RAIN MAN. 

HIRED TO KILL kenne ich noch nicht, sieht aber ausgezeichnet aus. Kommt auf die Liste. :)

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Großartig! Danke für diesen Fund, Stefan. Wahrscheinlich hat man jetzt auch alle Höhepunkte in diesem Trailer gesehen, aber der macht echt Spaß.

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Hereford Records haben zwei streng limitierte Alben mit den Scores zu den Gangsterstreifen We Still Kill the Old Way (Robert Geoffrey Hughes alias Mr. Pelham) und der Fortsetzung We Still Steal the Old Way (Hughes & Chris Hurst) veröffentlicht.

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"Voyage", ein neues Album des Cincinnati Pops Orchestra unter John Morris Russell mit einem gleichnamigen Konzertwerk von Michael Giacchino.

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1 The Planets, Op. 32, H. 125 (Excerpts): IV. Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity 7:56
2 Star Trek 5:35
3 The Jedi Steps - Finale (From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens") 9:13
4 Jyn Erso & Hope Suite (From "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story") 5:59
5 The Imperial Suite (From "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story") 2:36
6 Guardians of the Whills Suite (From "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story") 2:44
7 Theme (From "Galaxy Quest") 1:10
8 Theme (From "Lost in Space") [1965 Version] [Arr. R. Pellett] 0:55
9 Theme (From "Battlestar Gallactica") [Arr. R. Pellett] 0:54
10 Theme (From "Dr. Who") [Arr. R. Pellett] 0:44
11 Theme (From "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century") [Arr. R. Pellett] 0:31
12 Theme (From "Space 1999") [Arr. R. Pellett] 0:48
13 Theme (From "Lost in Space") [1967 Version] [Arr. R. Pellett] 1:14
14 Voyage 10:04
15 Theme for Harp, Strings & Theremin (From "First Man") 2:09
16 The Planets, Op. 32, H. 125 (Excerpts): I. Mars, the Bringer of War 7:18
17 The Planets, Op. 32, H. 125 (Excerpts): II. Venus, the Bringer of Peace [With Narration "High Flight"] 4:35

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Bei Three Shells erscheinen am 22. Juli drei Alben mit Live-Aufnahmen von Konzerten mit Werken von Akira Ifukube und Masaru Sato:

Akira Ifukube: 100th Anniversary Concert Vol. 6

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The live recordings of Akira Ifukube's 100th Anniversary concert held on April 28th, 2018. The guest star is Akira Takarada who acted in first Godzilla film. July 22 release

Masaru Sato Music Festival 

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A dynamic sound for Godzilla series, Akira Ifukube and Kihachi Okamoto directed films. The live recordings of Masaru Sato concert held on July 30th, 2017.

 

SHITSUNAI GASSHODAN NISSHO NI YORU IFUKUBE AKIRA KOTEN (AKIRA IFUKUBE'S ONE-MAN EXHIBITION by NISSHO) (2CD)

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A traditional professional chorus "NISSHO" plays Japanese great composer series volume 1 "Akira Ifukube". The live recording CD release of the legendary concert held in 2019. 

 

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Cinema-Kan veröffentlicht am 24. Juli ein Doppelalbum mit Yoshio Mamiyas Musik zu Isao Takahatas Anime-Frühwerk Horus: Prince of the Sun aus dem Jahr 1968.

 

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Am 7.7.2019 um 15:00 schrieb Stefan Jania:

Noch mehr Hau-Drauf-Action aus den späten 80'ern/frühen 90'ern. Hired To Kill. Jerry Grant? Sagt mir nichts. Nico Mastorakis? Auch mir nicht sonderlich bekannt. Aber der Film ist mit Brian Thompson, dem Alien-Bounty-Hunter aus den X-Files, nebst Oliver Reed, George Kennedy und José Ferrer. Das "composed and conducted" macht mich wirklich neugierig.

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Kommt demnächst digital von MSM und auf CD von Quartet. Links dann bald... ;) 

 

Die MSM Veröffentlichung ist nun raus. 😀

 

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Ups. Der Link ist mir oben abhanden gekommen.

http://moviescoremedia.com/hired-to-kill-jerry-grant/

Dafür hier noch der Text dazu:

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MovieScore Media brings back its Discovery Collection with the exciting action music of Hired to Kill by Jerry Grant – a score that truly earns the ”discovery” title. Co-written, directed and produced by Nico Mastorakis, Hired to Kill  is a story of action and suspense as a fashion photographer and his group of seven models travel to a South American island fortress to do a fashion shoot. In reality, the photographer is a mercenary who has been hired to free an imprisoned rebel leader with the models in tow. The film’s cast include Brian Thompson as mercenary Frank Ryna, Oliver Reed as the dictator Michael Bartos, George Kennedy as the leader of the operation Thomas and José Ferrer as the rebel leader Rallis.

Hired to Kill has been selected for inclusion in MovieScore Media’s Discovery Collection due to its commitment of excellent orchestral writing in an era where action scores tended to move towards the purely electronic domain not necessarily because of artistic reasons, but due to cost cutting. The music by Jerry Grant recalls the best moments of his namesake, Jerry Goldsmith with an exciting blend of ostinato-based action scoring mixed with electronics. Powerful drum kits, suspenseful textures and pulsating rhythms accentuate the heart-pounding orchestral playing with occasional local color added for the globetrotting aspect of the story.

Born in 1936, Jerry Grant began his career as a jazz/rock studio musician in his hometown of Detroit, witnessing the rise of Motown Records up close. Besides Hired to Kill, his film score credits include movies like Ninja Academy (1988), Bloodstone (1988), Darkroom (1988), World of Valor (1992), The Naked Truth (1992), and In the Cold of the Night (1990). His TV series composing credits include episode scores and other contributions to the music of Quantum Leap, Hunter, Magnum P.I., The A-Team, Hardcastle and McCormick, Riptide, Wiseguy, and children-oriented programming like The Secret World of Alex Mack, Bonkers, and Darkwing Duck.

MMS19021 • DISCOVERY COLLECTION VOL. 18
HIRED TO KILL (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music Composed and Conducted by JERRY GRANT
Release date (digital): July 19, 2019
Release date (CD): TBC

TRACK LIST

1 Fanfare and Fireworks 2:10
2 Main Title 3:30
3 In Training 3:32
4 Istanbul 2:32
5 Get in the Driver Seat 1:21
6 Katrina 2:10
7 San Quentin 1:45
8 Catwalk Assassins 1:45
9 Someone Who Knows 2:05
10 Arrival in Cypra 2:46
11 Dinner With Bartos 2:03
12 Psychic Reader 3:38
13 Let’s Mingle 5:10
14 Open the Gates 4:46
15 Goodbye Sheila 1:48
16 Ryan Uncovered 3:58
17 Break-In 2:58
18 My Life or the Revolution 1:28
19 The Escape 2:16
20 Final Battle 2:15
21 Helicopter Fight 2:23
22 Victory 0:58
 

 

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Cherry Red bringt nächste Woche ein 3-CD-Set mit Roy Budds Get Carter. Also eigentlich Get Carter auf CDs plus eine Scheibe mit weiteren Filmthemen. Scheint aber alles schon mal dagewesen zu sein.

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Weathering with you - Zum neuen Film vom YOUR NAME Regisseur hat Radwimps wieder Songs und Score beigesteuert. Die Songs sind wieder super und funktionieren im Film grossartig, der Score is entweder unauffällig oder experimentell/langweilig. Da gefiel mir der von Your Name besser...

gibt es wohl bei Spotify Deutschland...

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Neues Album von BSX zu einer DS9 Doku. Musik von Dennis McCarthy und Kevin Kiner. WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND: LOOKING BACK AT STAR TREK DEEP SPACE NINE

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BuySoundtrax Records is proud to announce the original soundtrack release of WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND, featuring music composed by Dennis McCarthy (STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE) and KEVIN KINER (STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, STAR WARS: REBELS, TITANS) for the 2019 documentary film produced by 455 Films about STAR TREK: DEEP NINE, produced and co-directed by Ira Steven Behr (STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE) and David Zappone, along with Joseph Kornbrodt, Kai de Mello-Folsom and Luke Snailham, featuring the participation of Nana Visitor, Terry Farrell, Nicole de Boer, Jeffrey Combs, Michael Dorn, Alexander Siddig, Rene Auberjonois, Andrew Robinson, Wallace Shawn, Colm Meaney, Bill Mumy, James Darren, Avery Brooks, Armin Shimerman, Chase Masterson, Aron Eisenberg, Marc Alaimo, Max Grodénchik, Cirroc Lofton, Ronald D. Moore, Rick Berman and many more. 

WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND celebrates the 25th anniversary of the self-proclaimed ‘black sheep’ of the many STAR TREK spin-off series. Often described as ‘dark’ and ‘edgy’, DEEP SPACE NINE was maligned by many fans and critics at the time as the show did not fit in with STAR TREK creator Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future and bucked what the Paramount network’s concept of what a STAR TREK show should be, often featuring storylines that would span several episodes and include recurring characters, sometimes picking up story threads and paying them off in later seasons. But now, decades after DEEP SPACE NINE left the airwaves, the show is being re-discovered by younger fans through streaming services and championed by those who stuck by it from the beginning. 

The music for WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND is written by composers Dennis McCarthy and Kevin Kiner, both veterans of the STAR TREK franchise, and Kevin Kiner has also provided music for several STAR WARS animated series. Dennis McCarthy received an Emmy for his theme for STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE. The soundtrack release for WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND includes their music composed for the documentary along with the musical numbers used in the film, featuring the vocals of Casey Biggs, Jeffrey Combs, Armin Shimerman and Max Grodénchik.

Born on July 3, 1945, Dennis McCarthy is a composer of television and film scores. Highly prolific, his credits include several entries in the STAR TREK franchise, including music for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE, STAR TREK: VOYAGER, STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE and the 1994 feature film STAR TREK: GENERATIONS. His other television credits include DYNASTY, V, MACGYVER, SLIDERS, DAWSON'S CREEK, AND PROJECT GREENLIGHT. He also produced the album OL' YELLOW EYES IS BACK by fellow Star Trek alumnus Brent Spiner, and has composed music for many stage productions.

Dennis McCarthy has won 18 ASCAP awards and two Primetime Emmy Awards, one for his theme for STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE and the other for background score on a STAR TREK THE NEXT GENERATION episode, in addition to nine Emmy nominations for his various STAR TREK-related work. He also shares one Emmy for his music direction for the 63rd Academy Awards

Honored with multiple Emmy and Annie nominations, as well as 12 BMI awards, Kevin Kiner is one of the most versatile and sought-after composers in Hollywood. In creating intimate soloistic guitar music for the wild west, to grand orchestral music for a galaxy far, far away, Kevin’s wide musical range has allowed him to take on such diverse projects as Disney’s STAR WARS: REBELS, AMC’s hit series HELL ON WHEELS, CW’s JANE THE VIRGIN, CBS’s CSI:MIAMI, Cartoon Network’s TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, and STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS. 

WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND includes contributions to the liner notes written by producers Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone. 

 1. Main Title (0:12)
2. Through a Glass Darkly (0:57)
Andy Robinson
3. I Left My Quark and Captain Sisko (2:10)
Vocal: Max Grodénchik (Arr. Nicholas Pike)
4. Reunion (2:40)
5. Big Space / Fun Voyages (2:40)
6. Mr. Brooks (3:03)
7. Concept Art / Production Design (2:40)
8. Actor Interaction / DS9 Renaissance / Promise To Be Back (3:06)
9. Writer’s Intro / New Episode (4:58)
10. Explosion (1:33)
11. Evolving Characters / Friendship to Romance (1:32)
12. Grey Character (2:54)
13. Evolving Characters 2 / Recurring Characters (2:40)
14. Killing Will Robinson (2:29)
15. Galactic War Saga / Sacrifice of Angels (3:04)
16. Writers’ Room I (2:48)
17. Haven't Advanced Much (1:33)
18. Racial Inequalities (1:45)
19. Writers’ Room II (2:30)
20. Action Barbie / Being Heard (3:03)
21. Intro Ezri (1:28)
22. Bashir (1:16)
23. The Cost of War (1:16)
24. Real World Issues (2:53)
25. Section 31 (3:49)
26. Finale (5:58)
27. What We Left Behind (2:48)
Vocals: Max Grodénchik, Casey Biggs,
Jeffrey Combs and Armin Shimerman
(Arr. Nicholas Pike)
28. In Memorium (0:43)
29. End Credits (3:12)
30. DS9 Rocks (1:29)
Five Year Mission
31. What We Left Behind Trailer (2:28)
Dennis McCarthy, Matt LaPoint
32. STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE
Main Title for Solo Piano
(After 3:00 AM at Quarks) (5:09)
Dennis McCarthy, Piano
Total Time: 79:18

 

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Nach Lego nun auch Playmobil. Playmobil: The Movie von Heitor Pereira gab's gerade von Sony. Ein Score, wie man ihn von solchen Produktionen heute erwartet. Leider ein Genre der beliebig austauschbaren Musik geworden.

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