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Comments about the soundtrack for Hans Zimmer: The Wings of a Film
Does anyone know which tracks were missed out?

Byrom
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Thomas Glorieux
Does anyone know which tracks were missed out?   Saturday, November 10, 2001 (2:03 p.m.) 

I bought this CD and although the music isn't all the most breathe-taking of Zimmer's work, it still represents some of his finest and its nice to see Gladiator and Rain Man in different performances! Well done Mr. Zimmer! I am a great fan of your work!

Now to my question:

I've heard people gripe about how tracks from the concert are missing from the CD. Does anyone know (perhaps omeone who was there)about which tracks these were? I am curious to find out what else was performed. Please reply and tell me the specifics if you know. Thank you.

It would be a good challenge to see some of Zimmer's more blockbuster type work like Crimson Tide or Backdraft adapted for concert. That would be a stunning achievement and i hope that happens sometime!

Check out my soundtrack reviews at the link below. Once you get to my website scroll down to the bottom to find the links to my reviews. I've set it so music plays with the review. Tell me what you think!

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Byrom
I know a few!   Saturday, November 1, 2003 (5:51 a.m.) 

> I bought this CD and although the music isn't all the most breathe-taking
> of Zimmer's work, it still represents some of his finest and its nice to
> see Gladiator and Rain Man in different performances! Well done Mr.
> Zimmer! I am a great fan of your work!

> Now to my question:

> I've heard people gripe about how tracks from the concert are missing from
> the CD. Does anyone know (perhaps omeone who was there)about which tracks
> these were? I am curious to find out what else was performed. Please reply
> and tell me the specifics if you know. Thank you.

I know several, Crimson Tide's main theme was played (Roll Tide), I know also that The Wheat and The Battle from Gladiator were played (with good effect by the orchestra) and especially Chicken Run's Main Titles, which was the best piece of all by the orchestra, it also got the largest applause of all.

You also got the improvisational piece at the end which mixed Driving Miss Daisy's main theme, Thelma and Louise (along with Pete Haycock and Heitor Pereira) and then they shifted to The Power of One or Rhytm of the Pride land, along with every artist, choir, orchestra and Lisa Gerrard, Lebo M and Nonhlanhla Keswa. It was a encore number and it was great!

I think that was it, it might be one was still lacking but I don't know it anymore, hope this helps a bit!

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