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Comments about the soundtrack for 2012 (Harald Kloser/Thomas Wanker)

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• Posted by: David   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at 12:02 p.m.
• IP Address: 190-178-175-205.speedy.com.ar
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Christian was wrong. There was a list of performers of the orchestra and choir besides some thanking notes of the composers.

Besides I don't undestrand the hate about this score, it's a enjoyable fully orchestral and choral soundtrack (much more better than MV crap like
Transformers) and one of my favorites scores of 2009.

There some people who said that David Arnold was better but Harald Kloser's music from The Day After Tomorrow made me want to be a soundtrack fan.
And being Kloser the co-writer and producer of 2012 and being at the same time a film composer, makes him the right one to score 2012.

And the CD doesn't have the best parts of the music in the movie. Like the music of L.A. Earthquake, Yellowstone blowing up. Anhauser speaking
with Adrian about President's daughter (There was use of comic pizzicato strings), the Hawaii scene and the whole ending sequence.

Hollywood Studio Symphony:

Violins:
Roger Wilkie - CM, Julie Ann Gigante - P2, Eun-Mee Ahn, Richard Altenback, Jacqueline Brand, Caroline Campbell, Darius Campo,
Roberto Cani, Bruce Dukov, Nina Evtuhov, Lorenz Gamma, Endre Granata, Karen Han, Tamara Hatwan, Amy Hershberger, Natalie Leggett,
Dimitrie Leivici, Phillip Levy, Serena McKinney, Helen Nightengale, Joel Pargman, Alyssa Park, Searmi Park, Radu Pieptea, Rafael Rishik,
Jay Rosen, Anatoly Rosinsky, Neil Samples, Sarah Thornblade, Shalini Vijayan, Miwako Watanabe, Kenneth Yerke

Violas:
Brian Dembow - 1ST, Andrew Duckes, Marlow Fisher, Samuel Formicola, Jennie Hansen, Luke Maurer, Darrin McCann, Victoria Miskolczy,
Michael Nowak, Cassandra Richburg and David Walther

Celli:
Steve Erdody - 1ST, Erika Duke-Kirkpatrick, Dennis Karmazyn, Armen Ksajikian, Jennifer Lee Kuhn, Timothy Landauer, Victor Lawrence,
George Kim Scholes, Stan Sharp, David Speltz and John Walz

Basses:
Nico Abondolo - 1ST, Drew Dembowski, Oscar Hidalgo, Edward Meares, David Parmeter, Nicolas Philippon, Susan Ranney, Neil Stubenhaus
and Michael Valerio

Flutes:
James Walker - 1ST, Geraldine Rotella - 1ST, Heather Clark, Lisa Edelstein, Jennifer Olson and David Shostac

Oboes:
Thomas Boyd - 1ST, Leslie Reed - 1ST, Phillip Ayling and Chris Bleth

Clarinets:
Donald Foster - 1ST, Stuart Clark, Steven Roberts and Ralph Williams

Bassoons:
Michael O'Donovan - 1ST, Kenneth Munday and Katherine Oliver

Horns:
James Thatcher - 1ST, Ethan Bearman, Katharine Dennis, David Duke, Brian O'Connor and Eric Overholt

Trumpets:
Timothy Morrison - 1ST, Jon Lewis, Barry Perkins and David Washburn

Trombones:
William Booth - 1ST, Steven Holtman, Alexander Iles, William Reichenbach and Phillip Teele

Tuba:
Doug Tornquist

Guitars:
Michael Landau and Michael Thompson

Percussion:
Alan Estes - 1ST, Wade Culbreath, Michael Englander, Steven Schaeffer and Donald Williams (John's brother)

Piano:
Randy Kerber

Harps:
Jo Ann Turovsky

Choir:

Soprano:
Elin Carlson, Karen Whipple Schnurr, Jennifer Graham, Diane Freiman Reynolds, Karen Hogle Brown,
Lesley Leighton, Monique Donnelly, Marie Hodgson, Tyler Azelton, Ayana Haviv, Darlene Koldenhoven
and Lori Moran

Alto:
Edie Lehmann Boddicker, Amy Fogerson, Aber Erwin, Michele Hemmings, Kimberly Switzer, Nike St. Clair, Leanna Brand, Aleta Braxton,
Donna Medine, Angie Jaree, Jennifer Barnes and Cindy Bourquin

Tenor:
Jasper Randall, Christopher Gambol, Chris Mann, Jonathan Mack, Michael Lichtenauer, Gerald White, Agostino Castagnola
and Steve Amerson

Bass:

Paul Bent, Bob Joyce, Reid Bruton, Scott Graff, Abdiel Gonzalez, Eric Bradley, Jim Campbell and Aaron Roethe

Feautured solists:

Chris Bleth (Ethnic Woodwinds)

Martin Tillman (Electric cello)

and Karen Han (Erhu)

Vocal solists:

Carmel Echols (the same one from The Day After Tomorrow) and Joel Virgel

It Ain't The End Of The World:

Performed by George Segal and Blu Mankuma

Produced by Harald Kloser and Thomas Wander

Written by Harald Kloser, Thomas Wander and Matthew Charman

Fades Like A Photograph:

Performed by Filter

Written by Harald Kloser, Thomas Wander and Richard Patrick

Produced by Richard Patrick

Vocals and guitar: Richard Patrick

Guitar, bass and sound design: John Spiker

Guitar: Mitch Marlow

Drums: Mika Fineo






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