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Hans Florian Zimmer ist ein deutscher Filmkomponist, Arrangeur und Musikproduzent. Er arbeitet in Hollywood. Er wurde elfmal für den Oscar, vierzehnmal für den Golden Globe Award und elfmal für den Grammy Award nominiert. Hans Florian Zimmer (* September in Frankfurt am Main) ist ein deutscher Filmkomponist, Arrangeur und Musikproduzent. Er arbeitet in Hollywood. Der Pianist und Filmkomponist Hans Zimmer wurde am September in Frankfurt / Main geboren. Er spielte bereits als Vorschulkind Klavier, war aber. Die Musik des deutschen Filmmusik-Komponisten Hans Zimmer bewegt Millionen Menschen weltweit. Die Zahl der Zimmer-Fans, ✓ Jetzt mehr erfahren! von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Hans Zimmer".
Früher war er ein Versager, sagt Hans Zimmer über sich. Später schrieb er die Musik zu Kinofilmen, die weltweit Milliarden Dollar eingespielt haben. Der Pianist und Filmkomponist Hans Zimmer wurde am September in Frankfurt / Main geboren. Er spielte bereits als Vorschulkind Klavier, war aber. Wie kaum jemand hat Hans Zimmer den Bogen raus, wie man im Hollywood-Kino "Knöpfe drücken" kann - wenn's die Bilder hergeben, ist ihm kein Thema zu.
Fans and industry insiders in the film music world credit Crimson Tide as a turning point in both his career and the scoring business.
The Grammy-winning score, often heard in trailers since, was a departure from the norm, making use of digital synthesizers, electronic keyboards, and the latest computer technology to digitally produce a rousing score with traditional orchestral arrangements.
One of the producers read the interview and he immediately asked him to do the movie. Completely self-taught, he learned everything he knows through collaboration and experimenting.
He pushes collaboration between composers because that is how he learned. Every composer that has come out of Media Ventures learned by working with him on various scores by conducting, writing additional music, or even co-composing with him.
He told in an interview that he would retire for some years after The Dark Knight , saying he has been exhausted in the past years.
He also said that he wants to help young composers and would produce their scores. His future plan is also about touring the world holding concerts with his own music.
Hans Zimmer 's score for The Thin Red Line would inform the direction he would take in style for the rest of his career.
Many directors especially Christopher Nolan would employ him based on their love for The Thin Red Line and the desire for its similar ambiance.
More specifically based on the track "Journey to the Line". Ironically, with the exception of "Journey to the Line", most of Zimmer's score did not make the final cut of The Thin Red Line What was used was often sampled with various other music chosen by Malick to create an intricate work that is often mistakenly credited to Zimmer.
His mother Brigitte left Germany in the s as a Jewish refugee from the Nazis, living in England during the war.
He is the only composer to do scores for Batman films under two different directors. He is the only composer to have done scores for films about Batman and Superman.
I have all these computers and keyboards and synthesizers, and I rattle away. For instance, with The Lion King , I wrote over four hours' worth of tunes, and they were really pretty - but totally meaningless.
So in the end I came up with material I liked. We worked on The Lion King for four years, but I wasn't toying until the last three-and-a-half weeks properly.
I wake up around noon, light a cigarette, get a cup of coffee, sit in the bathtub for an hour and daydream, and I usually come up with some ideas It's a very irresponsible life.
The only decisions I make are about the notes I'm writing. I don't drive, so one of my assistants drives me to my writing room, and I have a calendar on the wall telling me how much time I have left, and how far behind I am.
I look at it and panic, and decide which scene to work on. And you sit there plonking notes until something makes sense, and you don't think about it any more.
Good tunes come when you're not thinking about it. If something happened where I couldn't write music anymore, it would kill me.
It's not just a job. It's not just a hobby. It's why I get up in the morning. You have to remain flexible, and you must be your own critic at all times.
I didn't want to do straight orchestra because Batman, he's not a straight character. I mean where do you get those wonderful toys from and the technology?
So I thought I could embrace a bit more technology in this one And of course, I'm not mentioning any of that either, because quite honestly I didn't go and look at the old Batman movies again.
I am not saying it is a bad movie or good movie, but it is an odd movie. All of the music was written before Terry would edit a scene.
That was just how he wanted to work. It was a very odd way of working for me, because I had to lead the charge up the hill all the time.
It gets a little daunting. I knew how to write to human emotions but these were animals. It took me a while to sort of get over that and do what you do which is just treat them like human characters.
And it's very simple. It's my point of view because my dad dropped dead when I was six. I had nobody to talk to about it.
If the secret should be known, which is not much of a secret at all, this is my hobby I love doing this.
Anything else feels like work to me. When you write a theme one of the things you want to do is you want to see how much life it really has.
How many possibilities there are. Can it speak to you in joy? Can it speak to you in sorrow? Can it be love? Can it be hate?
Can you say all these things with just a few notes? That's the thing when you figure out if a tune is any good or not.
Does it have more than one shallow little character? Does it have just one little thing to tell you.
Can it get underneath there under your skin? Can it get dark? Can it talk about the death of a father or something like that.
It's very simple. On top of the organ, he adds 34 strings, 24 woodwinds and four pianos, as well as a voice choir. In True Romance , the romantic black comedy in which Christian Slater marries Patricia Arquette, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood, Zimmer successfully blended conventional orchestral and choral forces with rock elements to create a thrilling contemporary sound.
Throwing to elements of 50s and 90s rock music, including synthesisers and electronic drums, the True Romance soundtrack is a far cry from the epic feel of Inception or Batman , but it's Zimmer in his element.
Listening to the Pearl Harbour soundtrack without breaking down into a period of uncontrollable weeping is a tough feat in itself.
The poignant main theme, always played by a piano, is continuously built up with epic crescendos of sweeping strings, backed by a massive orchestra.
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