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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2014
    It mostly has to do with logistics connected to my personal calendar in the coming weeks and months. Otherwise, I would probably have done it in January.

    But beyond that, I must admit it's kinda nice to be a bit 'early' for once. Most film lists are being published these days anyway.

    Should a spectacular masterpiece arise out of the blue in the coming two weeks, I'll be sure to find some way to highlight it in other ways.
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      CommentAuthorBregje
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2014
    Thor wrote
    Sorry that the space episode is in Norwegian. But hopefully, you can fastforward to the chosen tracks.

    I actually enjoy listening to you talking. Sometimes I understand a word here and there. And the kids guessed the language correctly. It's interesting to listen to.
    smile

    Erik wrote:
    You never know, which is why I never understood the rush to get these lists published before December 31st.

    I agree when it comes to the news for instance. Some channels have a year overview in the beginning of december... that's really stupid. For example last year the 'News of 2013' didn't include the news about Mandela, because it happened December 5th. Apparently November is the end of the year then.
    slant
  1. Thor wrote
    Still, having seen 120 films and listened to more than 300 soundtracks this year

    shocked shocked shocked shocked

    I've not got much going on in my life right now and I still can't imagine having the time to watch and listen to even half that much. I'm envious!
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2014 edited
    Fortunately for me, film writing is my current main job, and I'm part of various organizations that give me access to seeing films and listening to film music. Otherwise, I would never be able to keep up, agreed.
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  2. Now playing! Nice! Why don't you record your show Saturday early moring? I'm sure it would add to the fun. tongue
    Bach's music is vibrant and inspired.
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      CommentAuthorMartijn
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2014
    Captain Future wrote
    Now playing! Nice! Why don't you record your show Saturday early moring? I'm sure it would add to the fun. tongue


    applause yeah christmas_drunk punk
    Thor, you TOTALLY have to do that!
    'no passion nor excitement here, despite all the notes and musicians' ~ Falkirkbairn
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2014
    Ha, ha....a "special" edition.
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  3. Well done, Thor. I enjoyed the show. I was familiar with a lot of it, but there were two (#7 and #1) that I hadn't heard that I really want to check out after hearing the tracks you posted.
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2015
    Episode # 26: Norwegian Film Music in 2014

    We present music from no less than 23 feature films from Norway last year -- many of which will never receive a soundtrack release. It's in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … aret-2014/

    PLAYLIST:

    KAPTEIN SABELTANN OG SKATTEN I LAMA RAMA aka CAPTAIN SABRETOOTH AND THE TREASURE OF LAMA RAMA (Johan Söderqvist & Patrick Andrén)
    BØRNING (Magnus Beite)
    KULE KIDZ GRÅTER IKKE aka COOL KIDS DON'T CRY (Magnus Beite)
    JAKTEN PÅ BERLUSCONI aka THE HUNT FOR BERLUSCONI (Pål Jackman & Vagard Fossum)
    BEATLES (Magne Furuholmen)
    MOT NATUREN aka OUT OF NATURE (Ola Fløttum)
    SKUMRINGSLANDET aka THE VEIL OF TWILIGHT (Johannes Leonard Rusten)
    AN ARCTIC SPACE ODYSSEY (Grand Island)
    OPERASJON ARKTIS aka OPERATION ARCTIC (Trond Bjerknes)
    BJØRNØYA aka BEAR ISLAND (Erlend Elvesveen)
    HER ER HAROLD aka HERE IS HAROLD (Janove Ottesen)
    KARSTEN OG PETRAS VIDUNDERLIGE JUL aka KARSTEN AND PETRA'S WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS (Lars Kilevold)
    KARSTEN OG PETRA PÅ VINTERFERIE aka KARSTEN AND PETRA ON WINTER HOLIDAY (Lars Kilevold)
    SØVNGJENGEREN aka THE SLEEPWALKER (Sondre Lerche/Kato Ådland)
    BLIND (Henk Hofstede)
    DØD SNØ 2 aka DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS. DEAD (Christian Wibe)
    DOKTOR PROKTORS PROMPEPULVER aka DOCTOR PROCTOR'S FARTING POWDER (Ginge Anvik)
    KRAFTIDIOTEN aka IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE (Brian Batz/Kåre Vestrheim/Kaspar Kaae)
    OPPRØRSKE OLDEMØDRE aka RAGING GRANNIES (Ola Kvernberg)
    GLASSDUKKENE aka THE GLASS DOLLS (Svein Schultz)
    NATT TIL 17. aka ONE NIGHT IN OSLO (Stein Johan Grieg Halvorsen/Eyvind Andreas Skeie)
    ELSK MEG aka LOVE ME (Torgny Amdam)
    BALLETTGUTTENE aka BALLET BOYS (Henrik Skram)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2015 edited
    Episode # 27: A Tribute to Edgar Froese and Tangerine Dream

    With Froese's death, I look back at the band's film music. The episode is in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … ine-dream/

    PLAYLIST:

    "The Mountain Road" from SORCERER
    "Burning Bar" from THIEF
    "Church Theme" from WAVELENGTH
    "No Future (Get Off the Babysitter") from RISKY BUSINESS
    "The Night in Romania" from THE KEEP
    "Crystal Voice" from FIRESTARTER
    "Jack vs. Darkness" from LEGEND
    "Caleb's Blues" from NEAR DARK
    "Transparent Days" from SHY PEOPLE
    "After the Call" from MIRACLE MILE
    "We Were Set Up" from GRAND THEFT AUTO V
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeMar 5th 2015
    Episode # 28: Scores from coming-of-age movies

    Coming-of-age movies are more popular than ever, and in this episode I examine some of the greatest of the genre. It's in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … ildringer/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Main Theme" from GATEGUTTER [BOYS FROM THE STREETS] (Gunnar Sønstevold)
    "Pelle Erobreren" from PELLE EROBREREN [PELLE THE CONQUEROR] (Stefan Nilsson)
    "To Småland" from MITT LIV SOM HUND [MY LIFE AS A DOG] (Björn Isfält)
    "Ecole Buissonière" from LES QUATRE CENT COUPS (Jean Constantin)
    "Main Titles" from TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Elmer Bernstein)
    "To the Cave" from DEAD POETS SOCIETY (Maurice Jarre)
    "Oliver Tate's Funeral" & "Investigations" from SUBMARINE (Andrew Hewitt)
    "3m5" from THE LOVELY BONES (Brian Eno)
    "Angela's Prayer" from ANGELA'S ASHES (John Williams)
    "Theme" from TI KNIVER I HJERTET [CROSS MY HEART AND HOPE TO DIE] (Kjetil Bjerkestrand & Magne Furuholmen)
    "Main Titles" from OUR MOTHER'S HOUSE (Georges Delerue)
    "End Credits" from KONGEN AV BASTØY [THE KING OF DEVIL'S ISLAND] (Johan Söderqvist)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeMar 25th 2015
    Episode # 29: Robots and A.I.'s

    This seems to be a slight 2015 trend, and so I look back at some of the classic scores in this wonderful subgenre. It's in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … lligenser/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Wall-E" from WALL-E (Thomas Newman)
    "Abandoned in the Woods" from A.I. - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (John Williams)
    "Jacq Cries in Desperation" from AUTOMATA (Zacharias M. De La Riva)
    "The Machine Age" from BICENTENNIAL MAN (James Horner)
    "End Credits" from I, ROBOT (Marco Beltrami)
    "It's horrible...I love it....what is it?" from HARDWARE (Simon Boswell)
    "Der Maschinenmensch" from METROPOLIS (Gottfried Huppertz)
    "You're a Soldier Now" from TRANSFORMERS (Steve Jablonsky)
    "First Flight" from BIG HERO 6 (Henry Jackman)
    "Ava" from EX MACHINA (Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow)
    "The Outside is Temporary" from CHAPPIE (Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, Andrew Kawzynski)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeApr 17th 2015
    Episode # 30: George Fenton in Oslo (10th international edition)

    I sit down with George Fenton for an in-depth interview about his life and career. The episode is in English.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … l-edition/

    PLAYLIST:

    Fenton on his early days and TV
    "Main Theme" from JEWEL IN THE CROWN
    Fenton on ethnic instruments
    "Meeting the Children" & "Letter of the Week" from ANNA AND THE KING
    Fenton on working around existing music
    "Main Title/The Dressing" from DANGEROUS LIAISONS
    Fenton on Richard Attenborough
    "Crossroads - A Dawn Raid" from CRY FREEDOM
    Fenton on Ken Loach
    "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" from THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY
    Fenton on Neil Jordan and the rejection from INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE
    "Overture" from HIGH SPIRITS
    Fenton on contemporary trends
    Fenton on writing electronic music
    "Joby's, Part 1" from THE ZERO THEOREM
    Fenton on BBC documentaries
    "Main Theme" from THE BLUE PLANET
    Fenton on future projects
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    • CommentAuthorkilar30
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2015
    The suite of the rejected score of "Interview with a vampire" is fantastic. I hope some label will release the complete score.
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeApr 19th 2015
    kilar30 wrote
    The suite of the rejected score of "Interview with a vampire" is fantastic. I hope some label will release the complete score.


    Where is this suite?
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    • CommentAuthorkilar30
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2015
    I was in the concert that Mr. Fenton made with the London Symphony Orchestra in June 2009 (in London), and he conducted a suite of "Interview with the vampire" called "Le Vampire" with the Singer Nicola Emmanuelle. The music was wonderful!!
    • CommentAuthorkilar30
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2015
    Besides, I got a CD with a concert conducted by Nicholas Cleobury with the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra in October 2002 with a suite in 2 parts of the music of "Interview with the vampire". The 1 part is orchestral, and the 2 part is vocal (with the mezzo soprano Alenka Ponjavic.
  4. Oh, I see. I thought you referenced Thor's playlist where of course I did not find that suite.

    smile Volker
    Bach's music is vibrant and inspired.
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeApr 20th 2015
    kilar30 wrote
    Besides, I got a CD with a concert conducted by Nicholas Cleobury with the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra in October 2002 with a suite in 2 parts of the music of "Interview with the vampire". The 1 part is orchestral, and the 2 part is vocal (with the mezzo soprano Alenka Ponjavic.


    That's interesting, thanks. I'd really like to hear it. Must check it out.
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2015 edited
    Episode # 31: DJ Film Music

    With Junkie XL's score to MAD MAX: FURY ROAD as the excuse, we look at other DJs and electronica artists who have scored films in recent years. The episode is in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … ilmmusikk/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Password" from SWORDFISH (Paul Oakenfold)
    "Ride Home" from SPRING BREAKERS (Skrillex)
    "Te Amo" from ZURDO (Paul van Dyk)
    "Car Chase ARP Worship" from HANNA (The Chemical Brothers)
    "Vision Door" from BRAVE STORY (Juno Reactor/Ben Watkins)
    "Attack on Tadjikistan" from STEALTH (BT)
    "VVIP" from PUSHER (Orbital)
    "End Titles" from TRON: LEGACY (Daft Punk)
    "So-Ree" from BREAKING AND ENTERING (Underworld & Gabriel Yared)
    "The Chase" & "My Name is Max" from MAD MAX: FURY ROAD (Junkie XL)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeJun 29th 2015
    Episode # 32: Montages!

    In this episode, I take a look at a SMALL set of favourite film/montages. God knows there are plenty to choose from! The episode is in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tunes-32-montasjer/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Training Montage" from ROCKY IV (Vince di Cola)
    "Study Montage" from BACK TO SCHOOL (Danny Elfman)
    "Training Montage" from SPACE CAMP (John Williams)
    "The Construction" from EXPLORERS (Jerry Goldsmith)
    "Building the Crate" from CHICKEN RUN (John Powell & Harry Gregson-Williams)
    "Fixing the Old Beaver" from SIX DAYS, SEVEN NIGHTS (Randy Edelman)
    "Money Montage 2" from THE TAKING OF PELHAM 1-2-3 (David Shire)
    "The Caravan" from THE MUMMY (Jerry Goldsmith)
    "Becoming one of the People /Becoming one with Neytiri" from AVATAR (James Horner)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeAug 7th 2015
    Episode # 33: Basil Poledouris

    In this episode, we explore the career of one of the most striking voices in film music over the last 40 years, who never really got the recognition he deserved while he was alive. The episode is in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … oledouris/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Jack's Back" from BIG WEDNESDAY
    "Main Title" from NO MAN'S LAND
    "Riddle of Steel/Riders of Doom" from CONAN THE BARBARIAN
    "Rock Shop" from ROBOCOP
    "Main Title" from FLESH+BLOOD
    "Love Theme" from THE BLUE LAGOON
    "The River" from WHITE FANG
    "Hymn to Red October" from THE HUNT FOR THE RED OCTOBER
    "Fed Net March" & "Klendathu Drop" from STARSHIP TROOPERS
    "Riding Contest" & "The Man I Love" from THE LEGEND OF BUTCH AND SUNDANCE
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeSep 4th 2015
    Episode # 34: Bille August

    Director Bille August has a new film in theatres -- the brilliant STILLE HJERTE [SILENT HEART]. With that in mind, we look back at his career and all the brilliant scores that accompany his films.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tune … le-august/

    PLAYLIST:

    "Den Nya Världen" from PELLE EROBREREN [PELLE THE CONQUEROR] (Stefan Nilsson)
    "Slutet" from DEN GODA VILJAN [THE BEST INTENTIONS] (Stefan Nilsson)
    "House of the Spirits" (excerpt) from THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS (Hans Zimmer)
    "Outfoxing the Fox" from THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES (Laurence Rosenthal)
    "The Bridal Gown" from THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES (Laurence Rosenthal)
    "Jaffa Hamn" from JERUSALEM (Stefan Nilsson)
    "Greenland: Anno 1859" from SMILLA'S SENSE OF SNOW (Harry Gregson-Williams & Hans Zimmer)
    "Valjean's Journey" (excerpt) and "The Barricades" (excerpt) from LES MISERABLES (Basil Poledouris)
    "The Harbour" from GOODBYE BAFANA (Dario Marianelli)
    "Travel to Lisbon" (excerpt) from NIGHT TRAIN TO LISBON (Annette Focks)
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2015
    Episode # 35: Mountain movies!

    With EVEREST in cinemas, I take a look at mountain movies and mountain movie scores in this latest episode -- it's in Norwegian.

    http://celluloidtunes.no/celluloid-tunes-35-fjellfilm/

    PLAYLIST:

    Cliffhanger (1993) — «Cliffhanger Theme» — Trevor Jones
    Vertical Limit (2000) — «Utah»/»Base Camp» — James Newton Howard
    Seven Years in Tibet (1997) — «Approaching the Summit» — John Williams
    The Eiger Sanction (1974) — «George Sets the Pace» — John Williams
    Iron Will (1994) — «Main Title» — Joel McNeely
    K2 (1991) — «The Ascent» (excerpt) — Hans Zimmer
    Alive (1993) — «The Final Climb» — James Newton Howard
    Mountains of the Moon (1990) — «Journey Finale» — Michael Small
    The Epic of Everest (1924) — «Tirich Mir» — Simon Fisher Turner
    Into Thin Air: Death on Everest (1997) — «Main Title» — Lee Holdridge
    Everest (2015) — «The Call» — Dario Marianelli
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2015
    I would think this was a topic up Timmer's alley? There are several scores I had to omit because of time limitations, but I'd welcome more tips -- either here or in the comments field below the episode.
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  5. I would have preferred THE EIGER SANCTION to SEVEN YEARS to represent John Williams musical mountaineering but otherwise this is a fine playlist.
    Bach's music is vibrant and inspired.
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      CommentAuthorErik Woods
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2015 edited
    ^ But... Eiger is on his playlist... uhm

    -Erik-
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    • CommentAuthorTimmer
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2015
    I don't remember much mountains in Mountains of The Moon? ( great film well worth anybody's time by the way ). Great playlist Thor.

    Of course, I would have included this...

    'up into zee Alps'
    On Friday I ate a lot of dust and appeared orange near the end of the day ~ Bregt
  6. Erik Woods wrote
    ^ But... Eiger is on his playlist... uhm

    -Erik-


    Oo oops! My bad. Whatever short-circuited my brain! face-palm-mt
    Bach's music is vibrant and inspired.
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      CommentAuthorThor
    • CommentTimeOct 9th 2015
    Timmer wrote
    I don't remember much mountains in Mountains of The Moon? ( great film well worth anybody's time by the way ). Great playlist Thor.

    Of course, I would have included this...

    'up into zee Alps'


    I took a bit of a chance on MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON, since I hadn't seen it in ages. I seem to remember them travelling along the mountain range (called Mountains of the Moon in real life) in their search for the source of the Nile, but my memory could be playing tricks on me.
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