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Comments about the soundtrack for Hans Zimmer: The Wings of a Film
Real pity...

Mac Styran
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Real pity...   Sunday, June 17, 2001 (5:13 p.m.) 

If I go to a concert, especially one that features Zimmer music, I want POWER!

True Romance at the beginning could be fun, Rain Man is a must, but THERE HAS GOT TO BE CRIMSON TIDE in there. And enjoyable things that are not that known to the big audience, like Muppet Treasure Island (incredible score!), Millennium (nice theme), Beyond Rangoon (again, nice theme) and stuff.

The big themes are made for concert halls! (Thinking of it makes me shiver...)

So,

who else demands a real concert that has everything we love about Hans in it?

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Re: Real pity...   Saturday, November 10, 2001 (2:16 p.m.) 

I certainly DO demmand a concert with Zimmer's more powerful performances! He is a genius at action movie scores! I guess he didn't have much of that in this one because it was his first and so he probably didn't want to leap too far with his first attempt - you know, playings afe so he can do it later with more experience?

Whatever the reason, its a good concert but, yes i want MORE!! Crimson Tide and other Zimmer work of that marvellous type is very heavily computerised and difficult for a concert. However, I see that as all the more reason to really push for a concert where Zimmer and his musicians really work flat out to adapt these sort of tracks so that they could be performed by an orchestra. It would feel so fulfilling and textured. Imagine the power and richness of being in a concert hall watching an enormous orchestra blast out Roll Tide with real live shining instruments! It simply HAS TO BE DONE - and when it is... I will most definitely be there!


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