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Some more FYCs!

 

The Red Violin, Corigliano

 

 

Far From the Madding Crowd, Armstong

 

The Piano, Nyman

 

Ivan the Terrible, Prokofiev

 

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Cave and Ellis

 

Cinema Paradiso, Morricone

 

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My full list

 

1.    Alexander Nevsky, Prokofiev
2.    The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, Morricone
3.    Ivan the Terrible, Prokofiev
4.    Once Upon a Time in the West, Morricone
5.    Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Shore
6.    The Red Violin, Corigliano
7.    Raiders of the Lost Ark, Williams
8.    Gone with the Wind, Steiner
9.    Lawrence of Arabia, Jarre
10.    Beasts of the Southern Wild, Rohmer and Zeitlin
11.    How the West Was Won, Newman
12.    The Magnificent Seven, Bernstein
13.    Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Nakamoto
14.    The Piano, Nyman
15.    Schindler’s List, Williams
16.    Pan’s Labyrinth, Navarette
17.    Chinatown, Goldsmith
18.    Princess Mononoke, Hisaishi
19.    On Golden Pond, Grusin
20.    Scott of the Antarctic, Vaughn Williams
21.    The Empire Strikes Back, Williams
22.    The Mission, Morricone
23.    Far from the Madding Crowd, Armstrong
24.    The Adventures of Robin Hood, Korngold
25.    The Last of the Mohicans, Edelman
26.    Casablanca, Steiner
27.    Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Mancini
28.    Psycho, Herrmann
29.    Braveheart, Horner
30.    The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Cave and Ellis
31.    Requiem for a Dream, Mansell
32.    The Godfather Part II, Rota
33.    Doctor Zhivago, Jarre
34.    Spirited Away, Hisaishi
35.    Cinema Paradiso, Morricone
36.    The Crook, The Thief, The Wife and Her Lover, Nyman
37.    Sunset Boulevard, Waxman
38.    The Pink Panther, Mancini
39.    Up, Giacchino
40.    La La Land, Hurtwitz
41.    Disconnect, Richter
42.    Vertigo, Mathieson
43.    Ben-Hur, Rozsa
44.    Jurassic Park, Williams
45.    Gladiator, Zimmer
46.    Carol, Burwell
47.    The Grand Budapest Hotel, Desplat
48.    High Noon, Tiomkin
49.    Taxi Driver, Herrmann
50.    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Williams
51.    Seven Samurai, Hayasaka
52.    Halloween, Carpenter
53.    Pirates of the Caribbean, Badelt
54.    On the Waterfront, Bernstein
55.    Gravity, Price
56.    Apollo 13, Horner
57.    Emma, Portman
58.    Atonement, Thibaudet
59.    King Kong, Steiner
60.    If Beale Street Could Talk, Britell
61.    Laura, Raksin
62.    To Kill a Mockingbird, Bernstein
63.    A Ghost Story, Hart
64.    Wall-E, Newman
65.    The Bridge on the River Kwai, Arnold
66.    The Third Man, Karas
67.    The Revenant, Sakamoto
68.    Jackie, Levi
69.    The Alamo, Tiomkin
70.    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Brion
71.    Blade Runner, Vangelis
72.    Mad Max: Fury Road, Junkie XL
73.    Her, Arcade Fire
74.    Shaft, Hayes
75.    The Fountain, Mansell
76.    Amelie, Tiersen
77.    Chariots of Fire, Vangelis
78.    Jaws, Williams
79.    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Tan Dun
80.    The Lion in Winter, Barry
81.    Phantom Thread, Greenwood
82.    Once Upon a Time in America, Morricone
83.    Walkabout, Barry
84.    Patton, Goldsmith
85.    The Shawshank Redemption, Newman
86.    Blue Velvet, Badalamenti
87.    The Hired Hand, Langhorne
88.    There Will Be Blood, Greenwood
89.    Planet of the Apes, Goldsmith
90.    North by Northwest, Herrmann
91.    Superman, Williams
92.    Under the Skin, Levi
93.    Interstellar, Zimmer
94.    Life of Pi, Danna
95.    Rocky, Conti
96.    The Social Network, Reznor and Ross
97.    E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Williams
98.    Titanic, Horner
99.    Belle, Portman
100.    The Shape of Water, Desplat
 

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9 hours ago, Aristis said:

Is "Walking with Dinosaurs" (the one from 1999 of course!) allowed too? That one had great music, but does it count as "film score" since it's a documentary/mini-series?

 

 

If it was first released in movie theaters in 1999 then it counts. Otherwise no.

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13 hours ago, 4815162342 said:

 

If it was first released in movie theaters in 1999 then it counts. Otherwise no.

Ah OK, no it was just a TV thing... Thanks

 

I have a few suggestions too:

 

Lust, Caution (Desplat)

 

Nocturnal Animals (Korzeniowski):

Hard to decide wether to take Wayward Sisters or Table For Two here. Both are so beautiful!

 

Cloud Atlas (Tywker, Klimek, Heil)

 

Snow White (Smith, Harline)

 

A Cure for Wellness (Wallfisch)

 

Intouchables (Einaudi)

 

Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Legrand)

 

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1. Titanic, Horner

2. Avatar, Horner

3. Apollo 13, Horner

4. Mandy, Johan J

5. Prisoners, Johan J

6. Blade Runner, Vangelis

7. T2, Brad Fiedel 

8. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, Morricone

9. Paprika, Hirasawa

10. Arrival, Johan J

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FYC - Western scores that aren't Morricone

 

Dimitri Tiomkin, Jerome Moross, Max Steiner & Elmer Bernstein

 

 

 

 

 

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On 5/28/2019 at 12:26 PM, TalismanRing said:

FYC - Western scores that aren't Morricone

 

Dimitri Tiomkin, Jerome Moross, Max Steiner & Elmer Bernstein

 

 

 

 

 

Oops forgot to include Searchers and Red River in mine

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Hoping for more participation so I am going to bump the submission deadline to June 28th.

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On 6/7/2019 at 12:28 AM, 4815162342 said:

Hoping for more participation so I am going to bump the submission deadline to June 28th.

how many so far? 

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1 hour ago, Hydrogen said:

how many so far? 

 

Not as many as I would like

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I have some free time this morning will put something together. Might discount SWs scores.

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#1: Close Encounters of the Third Kind - John Williams
#2: Blade Runner - Vangelis

#3: Psycho - Bernard Herrmann

#4: Lawrence of Arabia - Maurice Jarre

#5: E.T. The Extra Terrestrial - John Williams

#6: The Fellowship of the Ring - Howard Shore
#7: The Empire Strikes Back - John Williams

#8: Conan the Barbarian - Basil Pouledouris
#9: The Godfather - Nino Rota
#10: The Magnificent Seven - Elmer Bernstein

 

#11: Superman - John Williams
#12: Doctor Zhivago - Maurice Jarre

#13: Star Wars - John Williams
#14: The Right Stuff - Bill Conti

#15: Taxi Driver - Bernard Herrmann
#16: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind - Joe Hisaishi

#17: Chinatown - Jerry Goldsmith
#18: Jaws - John Williams
#19: Koyaanisqatsi - Philip Glass
#20: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon - Tan Dun

 

#21: Planet of the Apes - Jerry Goldsmith
#22: On Her Majesty's Secret Service - John Barry
#23: Interstellar - Hans Zimmer
#24: The Silence of the Lambs - Howard Shore

#25: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre - Max Steiner
#26: The Social Network - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
#27: Vertigo - Bernard Herrmann
#28: Once Upon a Time in the West - Ennio Morricone
#29: Schindler's List - John Williams
#30: Akira - Tsutomu Ohashi
 

#31: Requiem for a Dream - Clint Mansell

#32: North by Northwest - Bernard Herrmann

#33: The Shawshank Redemption - Thomas Newman

#34: The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3 - David Shire

#35: Jurassic Park - John Williams

#36: Beetlejuice - Danny Elfman

#37: Sunset Boulevard - Franz Waxman

#38: Halloween - John Carpenter

#39: The Thin Red Line - Hans Zimmer

#40: Arrival - Johan Johannsson

 

#41: Shaft - Isaac Hayes
#42: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Ennio Morricone

#43: Somewhere in Time - John Barry

#44: Spirited Away - Joe Hisaishi

#45: Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Jerry Goldsmith
#46: The Sea Hawk - Erich Korngold

#47: The Mission - Ennio Morricone

#48: Sorcerer - Tangerine Dream
#49: There Will Be Blood - Johnny Greenwood

#50: The Dark Knight - Hans Zimmer & James Newton Howard
 

#51: TRON: Legacy - Daft Punk

#52: Blow Up - Herbie Hancock

#53: Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid - Burt Bacharach
#54: Fargo - Carter Burwell
#55: Malcolm X - Terence Blanchard
#56: Catch Me If You Can - John Williams
#57: Up - Michael Giacchino
#58: Once Upon a Time in America - Ennio Morricone

#59: My Neighbor Totoro - Joe Hisaishi

#60: Body Heat - John Barry


#61: The Color Purple - Quincy Jones

#62: L.A. Confidential - Jerry Goldsmith

#63: The Pink Panther - Henry Mancini

#64: Love Story - Francis Lai

#65: Silverado - Bruce Broughton
#66: Black Panther - Ludwig Goransson

#67: Capricorn One - Jerry Goldsmith
#68: Rocky - Bill Conti

#69: Mishima - Philip Glass

#70: The Adventures of Robin Hood - Erich Korngold

 

#71: The Man Who Would Be King - Maurice Jarre

#72: Chariots of Fire - Vangelis

#73: Field of Dreams - James Horner

#74: Enter the Dragon - Lalo Schifrin

#75: Thief - Tangerine Dream

#76: Elevator to the Gallows - Miles Davis

#77: Gladiator - Hans Zimmer

#78: The Natural - Randy Newman

#79: King Kong - Max Steiner

#80: 25th Hour - Terence Blanchard

 

#81: The Nightmare Before Christmas - Danny Elfman

#82: The Lion King - Hans Zimmer

#83: Titus - Elliot Goldenthal
#84: If Beale Street Could Talk - Nicholas Britell

#85: Heat - Elliot Goldenthal
#86: Candyman - Philip Glass

#87: Braveheart - James Horner

#88: Escape From New York - John Carpenter

#89: Back to the Future - Alan Silvestri

#90: The Killers - Miklos Rosza


#91: Star Trek - Michael Giacchino
#92: Dark Victory - Max Steiner
#93: The Bride of Frankenstein - Franz Waxman

#94: Double Indemnity - Miklos Rosza
#95: How to Train Your Dragon - John Powell
#96: Birdy - Peter Gabriel
#97: Scarface - Giorgio Moroder

#98: Starman - Jack Nitzsche

#99: Who Framed Roger Rabbit - Alan Silvestri
#100: Willow - James Horner

 

 

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8 hours ago, LawrenceBrolivier said:

#1: Close Encounters of the Third Kind - John Williams

 

 

 

Please remember you need to PM the list to me for me to count it

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1) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

2) How To Train Your Dragon

3) Jackie

4) Spirited Away

5) Planet of the Apes (19680

6) Up

7) If Beale Street Could Talk

8 ) Psycho

9) The Dark Knight

10) The Intouchables

11) Mad Max: Fury Road

12) The Social Network

13) Rocky

14) Ex Machina

15) Inception

16) Life of Pi

17) North by Northwest)

18) Gattaca

19) Colatteral

20) Wall-E

21) Interstellar

22) Princess Mononoke

23) TRON: Legacy

24) The Foreigner

25) Get Out

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1 minute ago, Slambros said:

5) Planet of the Apes (19680

 

Slambros confirmed from the future. 😂

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