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Burlingame, Jon (June 23, 2020). "Hans Zimmer Talks 'Dune,' James Bond, 'The Lion King' and Scoring His Way Through the Pandemic". Variety. Archived from the original on June 24, 2020 . Retrieved September 18, 2021. Anderson, Kyle (July 23, 2021). "Listen To 'Paul's Dream' From Hans Zimmer's Dune Score". The Nerdist. Archived from the original on September 18, 2021 . Retrieved September 18, 2021. Copyist [Digital Instrument Preparation Assistant] – Alfredo Pasquel, Jacob Moreno, Jeremy Katz, Michael Gloria, Soya Soo We agreed that the music would need to have a spirituality to it… a sanctified quality. Something that would elevate the soul and have the effect that only sacred music can. And I believe that is firmly present in Hans’ score. Hans spent months and months creating new instruments, defining, creating, and seeking new sounds, pushing the envelope. Denis Villeneuve

a b King, Darryn (October 22, 2021). "How Hans Zimmer Conjured the Otherworldly Sounds of 'Dune' ". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 22, 2021 . Retrieved October 27, 2021. Both concurred that power of the human voice would persist in any society. Besides the alien sounds, the preview offered an impression of the ethereal, haunting female voices. The film is adapted from American author Frank Herbert’s much-loved, 1965 sci-fi novel of the same name.But the most eye-catching feature is undoubtedly the cool marble orange colour of the record. It's truly beautiful and does set your imagination into the desert of Arrakis. Lussier, Germain (August 12, 2021). "Dune's Making of Book Is So Massive, Hans Zimmer Wrote It a Score". io9. Archived from the original on August 12, 2021 . Retrieved September 18, 2021. So, I've just received this RSD 2020 pressing and let me tell you it's worth every €. Yes it's expensive, but then again, if you are reading this review/comment most probably you are a dedicated collector already willing to pay more to have a special item. Hans Zimmer to Return for Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune: Part Two' ". Film Music Reporter. October 26, 2021. Archived from the original on October 26, 2021 . Retrieved October 26, 2021.

The two have spoken with fondness about working together on Blade Runner 2049. When it came time to approach Dune, Villeneuve’s intention from the beginning was to get Zimmer on board. The composer—who turned down scoring Tenet (2020) for the opportunity to work on this dream project—talked about their collaboration:

During the IMAX exclusive event on July 21, we witnessed a candid conversation between director and composer. Besides their great respect for each other and mutual love of Dune, fascinating insights were shared about their approach to creating the music. The story of the movie takes place tens of thousands years into our future, across a sprawling galactic civilization. Why would there be the same orchestral sounds as today? To do justice to this extraordinary setting, Zimmer actually invented new instruments! He continued to write music even when the movie was finished! He was still inspired and went on writing. Motamayor, Rafael (September 3, 2021). " Dune Is An Epic Sci-fi Masterpiece". Inverse. Archived from the original on September 11, 2021 . Retrieved October 18, 2021.

Starring Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and Rebecca Ferguson, Dune follows the House of Atreides as they land on the planet Arrakis to mine the valuable “spice”. Music By [Additional] – Andrew Kawczynski, David Fleming*, Omer Benyamin, Steve Mazzaro, Steven Doar Zimmer and Villeneuve both "agreed that the music would need to have a spirituality to it...a sanctified quality...that would elevate the soul and have the effect that only sacred music can". [4] Zimmer approached the score's composition with a "fresh" perspective, "just from the book", having never seen the 1984 film adaptation by David Lynch. [5] He built around the concept of Dune being a different civilization, and spent "months and months creating new instruments" to accompany that feeling, "defining, creating, and seeking new sounds, pushing the envelope". The composer augmented human voices "to sound eerie and other-worldly" for the score, [10] and based it on mainly female voices due to the shared sentiment between himself and Villeneuve that the "power of the human voice" remains constant in any civilization, and that "the female characters in the film drive the story". [4]Composer Hans Zimmer on the musical worlds of Dune and No Time to Die". The Hindu. October 21, 2021. I absolutely love working with Denis. He has an incredible imagination and offers so much heart and soul within the complexity of making a film of this magnitude, and our aesthetic is very comparable. Dune has always been very close to both of our hearts. The task was to figure out how we were going to interpret something we truly loved and admired, and invite the audience to come and have their own personal experience. That was, for us, the reason to make this film.

Her work has also appeared in places like Certified Forgotten and Blossom Mag, as well as on podcasts like Casterly Talk, and her own show, Does It Get the Pass?, where she dissects the history and common tropes of the romantic comedy with her co-host and fellow writer, Rebecca Radillo. a b Barfield, Charles (July 16, 2019). "Hans Zimmer Explains Why He Chose 'Dune' Over Christopher Nolan's Latest & Says He Never Saw The David Lynch 1984 Film". The Playlist. Archived from the original on July 17, 2019 . Retrieved August 30, 2019.


Hans Zimmer to score Denis Villeneuve's Dune". Consequence of Sound. March 18, 2019. Archived from the original on September 18, 2021 . Retrieved September 18, 2021. Lattanzio, Ryan (September 18, 2021). " Dune Is One of Hans Zimmer's Most Ambitious Scores, and It's Now Streaming: Listen Here". IndieWire. Archived from the original on September 21, 2021 . Retrieved September 19, 2021.

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