It is one of the most anticipated film scores of the year and next month all will finally be revealed as John Williams’ Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is released on CD on May 20th, just a couple of days before the film hits screens worldwide. The score of course marks the legendary composer’s fourth adventure with Spielberg, Lucas and Henry Jones Jr. and fans can hardly wait to hear what Williams has come up with. The score will be made available by Concord Records, a jazz, blues and classical label which previously released Gustavo Santaolalla’s Babel. No tracklisting or artwork has been revealed as yet, but the release date is tantalisingly close. Early reports suggest Williams has stuck closely to the style of the original scores, which Concord are apparently due to re-release separately at a later date. The score is also the first to feature the brand new hi-tech keyboard instrument, the ‘Continuum Fingerboard’, a keyboard that pre-empts where the performers fingers will go using complex sensors. Although the device provided ambient sound for the likes of Superman Returns and Williams’ War of the Worlds, Crystal Skull marks the first time it has been used as an instrument.All will of course become clear on May 20th as the score hits stores; the usual online retailers are already providing pre-order services, but there’s sure to be plenty to go around!
1. Raiders March2. Call of the Crystal3. The Adventures of Mutt4. Irina's Theme5. The Snake Pit6. The Spell of the Skull7. A Whirl Through Academe8. The Journey to Akator9. "Return"10. The Jungle Chase11. Orellana's Cradle12. Grave Robbers13. Hidden Treasure and the City of Gold14. Secret Doors and Scorpions15. Oxley's Dilemma16. Ants!17. Temple Ruins and the Secret Revealed18. The Departure19. Finale
I don't know, those are pretty vague. Nothing like "Qui-Gon's Death!" or whatber it was called!
Just wanted to cover my ass
Quote from: speedermike on April 9, 2008, 02:07 PMI don't know, those are pretty vague. Nothing like "Qui-Gon's Death!" or whatber it was called!I remember that when i bought the soundtrack and was so annoyed by it. I believe it was "Qui-Gon's Noble End"
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