SUPPORT FILMTRACKS! CLICK HERE FIRST:
Amazon.com
Amazon.co.uk
iTunes (U.S.)
Amazon.ca
Amazon.fr
eBay (U.S.)
Amazon.de
Amazon.es
Half.com
Glisten Effect
Editorial Reviews
Scoreboard Forum
Viewer Ratings
Composers
Awards
   NEWEST MAJOR REVIEWS:
     1. The Lego Movie 2
    2. Aquaman
   3. Spider-Man: Into Spider-Verse
  4. Bumblebee
 5. Mary Poppins Returns
6. Ralph Breaks the Internet
   CURRENT MOST POPULAR REVIEWS:
         1. Batman
        2. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
       3. Apollo 13
      4. Edward Scissorhands
     5. How to Train Your Dragon
    6. Jurassic World: Kingdom
   7. First Man
  8. Solo: A Star Wars Story
 9. Justice League
10. Ready Player One
Home Page
Menu Options ▼
Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek Beyond (Michael Giacchino)

Edit | Delete
Re: Krall & Jaylah Themes??
• Posted by: Noah
• Date: Sunday, September 11, 2016, at 5:01 p.m.
• IP Address: ppp-99-12-243-243.dsl.wlfrct.sbcglobal.net
• In Response to: Krall & Jaylah Themes?? (Joel A. Griswell)

I didn't hear the themes for either of them frankly. Where exactly is the Krall theme on the album?

> So, a bit baffled by Christian's review here, some views which seem fair,
> others seem overly harsh.

> That said, one thing that I simply don't understand is when he's talking
> about the new themes for Jaylah and Krall. He says Jaylah's is the
> clearest identity, and that Krall's is barely discernible.
> This to me is completely backward! Krall's theme, although nothing very
> original or complex, and not heard enough on album as what I noticed in
> film, is nevertheless entirely distinct to me in terms of being obvious
> when it's playing. I remember many louder, more aggresive versions in the
> film, whereas here there aren't too many like that. Though some of the
> quieter takes are nice, including that noble/tragic horn version that
> plays as (SPOILERS), he floats off into space at the end of the film.
> Sure it's not pounding you over the head as Nero's theme from the first
> film, nor nearly as clever and insidious as Khan's theme from Into
> Darkness, but at least a standardly functional, if underwhelming, villain
> theme.

> Jaylah on the other hand..... I got nothing. I still haven't sensed
> Anything you could call a theme/motif yet, which is a big dissapointment
> considering what a cool character she was. Other than some random
> percussion beats, I have no idea if she has any clear musical
> representation.

> Any thoughts, or suggestions to clarify her material?
> Thoughts on Krall's theme, or why Clem seems to have not discovered it?
> Did he get these two characters confused?




Comments in this Thread:     Expand >>


Copyright © 1998-2019, Filmtracks Publications. All rights reserved.
The reviews and other textual content contained on the filmtracks.com site may not be published, broadcast,
rewritten or redistributed without the prior written authority of Christian Clemmensen at Filmtracks Publications. Scoreboard created 7/24/98 and last updated 4/25/15.