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Prom 27 on Wednesday 7th August is about SF film soundtracks.

Jed Kurzel - Alien: Covenant

Hans Zimmer - Interstellar

Mica Levi - Under the Skin

Clint Mansell - Moon

Steven Price - Gravity

John Murphy - Sunshine

Carly Paradis - The Innocents

Wendy Carlos - Tron (3 mins)

Louis and Bebe Barron - Forbidden Planet (3 mins)

Jóhann Jóhannsson - Arrival (8 mins)

Royal Albert Hall

 

What's surprising me is there's still tickets.

Had this been a John Williams, Goblin, Barry Gray, Ron Grainer and Delia Derbyshire type SF gig? I'm pretty sure  it would've sold out long since.

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2 hours ago, Newry_Villan said:

True Romance OST one of my favourites. Hans Zimmer playing a blinder with "You're So Cool"

'Gassenhauer' is from Carl Orff's Schulwerks, literally translates as school work. For children to play, to engage them with music.

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On 16/08/2019 at 20:53, Xann said:

'Gassenhauer' is from Carl Orff's Schulwerks, literally translates as school work. For children to play, to engage them with music.

It's been used in a lot of movies but True Romance is the first time I remember hearing it. 

OT: "Coming Home in a Body Bag" 🤣

Edit: obvs Badlands was the 1st time. Doh!

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Jessica Curry's works for The Chinese Room 'games'. 

 Somewhat better than most most modern movie music, eh?

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40 minutes ago, Rugeley Villa said:

Always enjoyed the soundtrack to this. 

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DIRTY HARRY
Lalo Schifrin
Burbank, California: October 4, 1971
Gary Barone (tp); Craig Kupka (tb); Vincent De Rosa (frhrn); Tom Scott, Tony Ortega, Plas Johnson, Jerome Richardson (woodwinds); Mike Lang, Ralph Grierson, Mike Melvoin (key); Howard Roberts, Dennis Budimer, Michael Deasey (g); Ray Brown (b); Max Bennett (el-b); Larry Bunker (d); Emil Richards, John Guerin, Ken Watson, Joe Porcaro (perc); Sally Stevens (vcl); Israel Baker, David Frisina, Dorothy Wade, Paul Shure, Bonnie Douglas, Alfred Lustgarten, Jerome Reisler, George Kast, Joseph Livoti, Alex Beller, Herman Clebanoff, Samuel Cytron (vln); Milton Thomas, Virginia Majewski, Joe Reilich, Philip Goldberg (viola); Raphael Kramer, Armand Kaproff, Emmet Sergeant, Kurt Reher (cello); Catherine Gotthoffer (harp); Bill Williams, Dan Franklin (copyist); Kurt Wolff (orchestra mgr); Lalo Schifrin (arr,cond).

Doug Payne

:) Fearsome orchestra.

Lalo Schifrin is amazing.

 

Went to this.

 

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Think Ludvig Göransson has managed to make a pretty solid soundtrack for The Mandalorian.

Mix of Morricone western and John Williams Star Wars epic.

 

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Three by big hitters that weren't used in the films they were intended for.

Vangelis for 'Bladerunner'.

Ennio Morricone for 'The Thing'.  Tarantino did use it 3 decades later.

Lalo Schifrin for 'Dirty Harry'.

 

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2 minutes ago, Xann said:

Three by big hitters that weren't used in the films they were intended for.

Vangelis for 'Bladerunner'.

Ennio Morricone for 'The Thing'.  Tarantino did use it 3 decades later.

Lalo Schifrin for 'Dirty Harry'.

 

Coincidentally enough, three of my favourite ever soundtracks.

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Thought the whole OST to this one was really good overall. Some of it is almost Blade Runner-ish while some of it is french hip-hop.

Film was also great.

 

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Listening to Daniel Lopatin's (Oneohtrix Point Never) score for Uncut Gems on youtube... I remember when he was releasing his music on cassettes and CDRs in editions of under an hundred, come a long way since then, at the time I didn't think his music was any better than a lot of other droney synth type stuff that was around at the time...

 

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