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Nominations: - Academy Award - Best Original Score - Grammy Award - Best Original Score - Golden Globe - Best Original Score. AVATAR Music From The Motion Picture Music Composed and Conducte. Авторы текста и музыки.

This promo 3-disc set (marked as "For Your Consideration") contains the complete version James Horner's score of Avatar's theatrical release. It is rumored that this promo set was intended for Academy Awards. Due to this version being a promo, it was created before the release of the official soundtrack. It has a number of track naming inconsistencies such as "Escape From Hellgate".

Best Original Drama Score Best Original Song. James Roy Horner (born August 14, 1953 - June 22, 2015) was an American composer, orchestrator, and conductor of orchestral and film music. He is noted for the integration of choral and electronic elements in many of his film scores, and for frequent use of Celtic musical elements. The album became the best-selling primarily orchestral soundtrack in history, selling over 27 million copies, worldwide. Horner was responsible for the soundtrack to Avatar in December 2009.

Avatar – James Horner. Inception – Hans Zimmer. Sherlock Holmes – Hans Zimmer. Best Sound Track Album or Recording of Music Score from Motion Picture or Television. Best Original Score from a Motion Picture or Television Show. Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special. Best Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special. Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special. Best Album of Original Instrumental Background Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television. Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion.

James Horner knew when he took on the scoring of Avatar that it would be the challenge of a lifetime. The music is both classic in its orchestral power, but also connects us to the soul of the Na'vi through the use of indigenous rhythms and vocals. During the theatrical run, the film broke several box office records and became the highest-grossing film of all time, surpassing Titanic (also directed by James Cameron), which had held those records for twelve years

Composer James Horner working on the score to "Braveheart" at Abbey Road Studios in 1995. When a plane crash near Santa Barbara claimed the life of James Horner on Monday, June 22, the world lost one of its greatest cinematic composers. From his career jump-starting work in the Star Trek films to his frequent collaborations with directors Ron Howard, Mel Gibson, Michael Apted and James Cameron (which produced the blockbuster Titanic soundtrack and netted him two Oscars), Horner could be relied on to create music that was undeniably human, even when set within the most distant galaxy. Using jungle percussion and Old West flourishes to make the world of Avatar seem at once exotic and familiar, James Horner grounded a CGI-heavy movie starring blue aliens with a startlingly human score.

Best Original Score James Horner. Awards of the Japanese Academy 2011. Best Cinematography Mauro Fiore. Best Original Score James Horner. Cinema Audio Society, USA 2010. Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media James Horner. Hollywood Post Alliance, US 2010.

Atlantic Records has announced the upcoming release of AVATAR Music From The Motion Picture Music Composed And Conducted By James Horner the official score album companion to 20th Century Fox's hugely anticipated 3-D sci-fi action-adventure. The album, which features music composed and conducted by Academy Award-winner James Horner (Titanic, A Beautiful Mind, An American Tail), will be released physically on December 15th. The Bioluminescence of the Night, Becoming one of "the people"/Becoming one with Neytiri, Climbing up "Iknimaya" and, in my opinion the best, Jake's First Flight.

The WS Award for Best Original Soundtrack of the Year is one of the three main prizes given by the World Soundtrack Academy to honour the best movie soundtracks. †" means that the film won the Academy Award for Best Original Score. Winners and nominees. 2001 Amélie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain) – Yann Tiersen. Avatar – James Horner. Where the Wild Things Are – Carter Burwell & Karen Orzolek. A Single Man – Abel Korzeniowski.

Tracklist

1 "You Don't Dream In Cryo. ..." 6:09
2 Jake Enters His Avatar World 5:35
3 Thanator Chase 1:51
4 Pure Spirits Of The Forest 5:22
5 The Floating Mountains 1:45
6 Neytiri's Ikran 1:20
7 Becoming One Of "The People" 3:05
8 The Bioluminescence Of The Night 2:07
9 Climbing Up Iknimaya - The Path To Heaven 2:54
10 Jake's First Flight 3:15
11 Mated For Life 4:15
12 Quaritch Attacks 4:33
13 The Desctruction Of Hometree 6:54
14 Shutting Down Grace's Lab 2:50
15 Gathering All The Na'vi Clans For Battle 4:55
16 War 7:37
17 A New Beginning 3:12
18 End Credits 3:29

Credits

  • Arranged By [Electronic Music Arranger] – Simon Franglen
  • Art Direction, Design – David J. Harrigan III
  • Bass – Christian Kollgaard, David Parmeter, Drew D Dembowski*, Frances Wu*, Nico Carmine Abondolo*, Oscar Hidalgo, Susan Ranney
  • Bass [1st] – Michael Valerio*
  • Bassoon – Kenneth Munday*, Rose Corrigan
  • Bassoon [1st] – Michael O'Donovan
  • Cello – Andrew Shulman, Antony Cooke, Christine Ermacoff, Dane Little, Dennis Karmazyn, Erika Duke-Kirkpatrick, George Kim Scholes, Paula Hochhalter, Steve Erdody
  • Cello [1st] – Timothy Landauer*
  • Choir – Amy Fogerson, Ayana Haviv, Chris Gambol, Chris Mann , Claire Fedoruk, Clydene Jackson, Daniel Chaney, Donna Medine, Drea Pressley, Ed Levy, Edie Lehmann Boddicker, Elin Carlson, Elissa Johnston, Gerald White, Gregg Geiger*, Jennifer Graham*, Joan Beal, Jonathan Mack, Jules Green , Karen Hogle Brown, Kimberly Switzer*, Leanna Brand, Lika Miyake, Lisbeth Scott, Marc Antonio Pritchett, Mark Beasom, Mark Edward Smith, Michael Geiger, Michael Lichtenauer, Michele Hemmings, Nike St. Clair*, Randy Crenshaw, Reid Bruton, Scott Graff, Sean McDermott, Sharmila Guha, Shawn Kirchner, Stephern Grimm, Terry Wood, Tonoccus McClain
  • Clarinet – Joshua Ranz, Ralph Williams
  • Clarinet [1st] – Gary Bovyer
  • Composed By, Conductor – James Horner
  • Concertmaster – Clayton Haslop
  • Contractor [Choir Contracted By] – Jasper Randall
  • Contractor [Orchestra Contracted By] – Peter Rotter, Sandy DeCrescent*
  • Coordinator [Music Production Coordinator] – Rebecca Morellato
  • Coordinator [Music Scoring Coordinator] – Sylvia Wells
  • Copyist [Music Preparation By] – Bob Bornstein, David Wells*, Emmett Estren
  • Edited By [Additional Music Editing] – Michael Bauer*
  • Edited By [Music Editor] – Dick Bernstein
  • Edited By [Supervising Music Editor] – Jim Henrikson
  • Engineer – Denis St. Amand
  • Executive-Producer [Executive Soundtrack Producers For Atlantic Records] – Craig Kallman, Kevin Weaver
  • Flute – Geraldine Rotella
  • Flute [1st] – David Shostac
  • Harp – Marcia Dickstein
  • Harp [1st] – Jo Ann Turovsky
  • Horn – Brian O'Connor , Daniel Kelley*, David Everson*, David Duke, Jenny Kim*, Mark Adams*, Paul Klintworth, Richard Todd, Steven Becknell*
  • Horn [1st] – James Thatcher
  • Liner Notes – James Cameron , James Horner
  • Management [Art Management & Production] – Rob Gold
  • Management [Atlantic Records Business Affairs] – Erica Bellarosa
  • Management [Atlantic Records Marketing] – James Lopez
  • Management [Business Affairs For Twentieth Century Fox] – Tom Cavanaugh
  • Management [Executive In Charge Of Music For Twentieth Century Fox] – Robert Kraft
  • Mixed By [Score Mix Assistant] – Patrick Spain
  • Musical Assistance – Ryan Johnson
  • Oboe – Lara Wickes
  • Oboe [1st] – Barbara Northcutt
  • Orchestrated By [Score] – Gary K. Thomas, J.A.C. Redford, James Horner, Jon Kull, Nicholas Dodd
  • Percussion – Alan Estes, Michael Fisher, Peter Limonick
  • Percussion [1st] – Robert Zimmitti*
  • Piano, Synthesizer – Aaron Martin , Ian Underwood, Simon Franglen
  • Producer [Album Produced By] – James Horner, Simon Rhodes
  • Product Manager [Packaging Production] – Carolyn Tracey
  • Programmed By [Synthesizer Programming] – Aaron Martin , Ian Underwood
  • Recorded By [Digital Recordist] – Kevin Globerman
  • Recorded By [Recordist] – Tim Lauber
  • Recorded By [Score], Mixed By [Score] – Simon Rhodes
  • Soloist, Vocals – Carmen Twillie, Clydene Jackson, Karen Hogle Brown, Lisbeth Scott, Radak Varimezova, Terry Wood
  • Soprano Vocals [Boy Soprano] – Luca Franglen
  • Stage Manager – Dominic Gonzales, Tom Steel
  • Supervised By [Music Supervised For Twentieth Century Fox] – Mike Knobloch*
  • Timpani – Donald Williams*
  • Trombone – Alexander Iles*, Andrew Malloy*, Robert Sanders*, George Thatcher
  • Trombone [1st] – William Booth
  • Trumpet – Barry Perkins , Jon Lewis, Timothy Morrison*
  • Trumpet [1st] – David Washburn
  • Tuba – James Self
  • Viola – Alma Fernandez, Andrew Duckles, Brian Dembow, Cassandra Richburg, Darrin Mc Cann*, David Walther, Gina Coletti, Jennie Hansen, Keith Greene, Maria Newman, Marlow Fisher, Matthew Funes*, Michael Nowak, Peter Jandula-Hudson*, Robert Brophy, Roland Kato, Samuel Formicola*, Shawn Mann, Steven Gordon*, Thomas Diener, Victoria Miskolczy*
  • Viola [1st] – Pamela Goldsmith
  • Violin – Aimee Kreston, Alan Grunfeld, Alyssa Park, Ana Landauer, Anatoly Rosinsky, David Ewart, Endre Granat, Galina Golovin, Haim Shtrum, Henry Gronnier, Jacqueline Brand*, Katia Popov, Kenneth Yerke, Kevin Connolly, Miran Kojian, Natalie Leggett, Phillip Levy, Radu Pieptea, Rafael Rishik, Rebecca Bunnell, Roberto Cani, Roger Wilkie, Ron Clark, Sara Parkins, Shalini Vijayan, Sungil Lee, Tamara Hatwan, Tereza Stanislav, Tiffany Hu*, Vladimir Polimatidi
  • Violin [P2] – Julie Ann Gigante*
  • Violin, Soloist – Clayton Haslop
  • Woodwind [Ethnic] – Tony Hinnigan

Notes

For Your Consideration disc used for awards purposes containing additional tracks not found on the commercial release. Track lengths also vary from commercial release. For promotional use printed on the bottom. Issued in slimline case with no inserts.

Score recorded at The Newman Stage, Twentieth Century Fox Studios. Score mixed at Record One Recording Studios & The New Stage.

Custom orchestral samples by Spitfire Audio.

Original film score published by T C F Music Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)

There are no track durations printed on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 5848 - AVATAR 020910

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
521681-2 James Horner Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture) ‎(CD, Album) Fox Music, Atlantic 521681-2 US 2009
521681-2 James Horner Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture) ‎(CD, Album) Fox Music, Atlantic 521681-2 Thailand 2009
MOVATM117 James Horner Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture) ‎(2xLP, Album) Music On Vinyl MOVATM117 Europe 2017
521681-2, 7567-89576-1 James Horner Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture) ‎(CD, Album) Fox Music, Atlantic 521681-2, 7567-89576-1 Argentina 2009
521681-2 James Horner Avatar (Music From The Motion Picture) ‎(CD, Album) Fox Music, Atlantic 521681-2 Canada 2009


James Horner - Avatar (Best Original Score) FLAC album
Performer:
James Horner
Title:
Avatar (Best Original Score)
FLAC size:
1702 mb
MP3 size:
1529 mb
WMA size:
1220 mb
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Released:
Style:
Score, Contemporary
Rating:
4.1
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