It exists more, not only to be propulsive in the action sequences and to set up some of the comedic moments, but really to underscore the emotional depth of the characters. Bates said on using themes and motifs in the score, "Very few movies that are made these days are fantastical enough to sustain huge, bold identifiable themes.
Even with the majority of the comic-book films, they have a tendency to be steeped in a realism that would be disturbed or interrupted by highly emotive, melodic themes, and it seems like a lot of the stuff going in these films is propulsive and somewhat cold emotionally. Bates said that he would have infused the score with more The Marvels / Typically Tropical - Lovers Concerto / Everybody Plays The Fool (Vinyl) those electronic elements if it was not for the "frenetic working process" on the film.
But also, it needed to all fit together and hang together seamlessly, and that was something we worked really hard on doing. He gave Hulk's farewell to Black Widow, Quicksilver 's sacrifice, and the time spent at Hawkeye 's farm as examples of this. Tyler stated that his usual approach to taking over a franchise from another composer is to "try to take from what's before me and also forge ahead".
Titled "Rise Together", Tyler said that it "is much more about pageantry and a march, and there's a slight militaristic aspect. I tend to stay away from that, but I felt that that, combined with a choir, would make them feel larger than life. And certainly, this is when they're 'rising together,' so you need to have that unifying heroic theme with them. Tyler composed several other new themes for the film, to represent the titular villain Ultron ; the relationship that develops between Black Widow and the Hulk; and the new Avenger Vision.
The melody is simple so that it is easy to remember, but starts flat by one note to make the theme sound slightly "off", is played on two pianos with one of them out of tune, and when the main phrase is repeated the last note is played "ahead by a beat" the second time; "not only out of tune, but out of time. And so that melody, that had to be almost like a lullaby, but broken. Steven Price was announced as The Marvels / Typically Tropical - Lovers Concerto / Everybody Plays The Fool (Vinyl) composer for Ant-Man by director Edgar Wrightwho he had previously worked with, in February but they both left the film that March.
Feige asked that they instead take "the classic symphonic approach with big themes and bold brass",  which Beck did with the unique twist of "a sneaky sense of fun since it is, after all, not only a superhero movie, but also a heist comedy. Beck composed two main themes for the film: the Ant-Man superhero theme and a theme for family. In addition to using the traditional brass for the Ant-Man theme, Beck used an alto flute and violas, which he felt had "a little bit of the sound world of the heist movie and the spy movie, the old James Bond sound.
Reed wanted it to have more of a sense of fun, and Beck eventually wrote a piece evoking the "classic guitar surf music", but with the orchestra rather than a guitar. The family theme represents the film's two father-daughter relationships, between Scott Lang and his daughter Cassie Langand between Hank Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne.
Additionally, the villainous Yellowjacket has "a more traditional theme, presented in traditional fashion, but augmented with processed electronics to convey the crazed and obsessed nature of the character". Of the many ant species featured in the film, Reed and Beck felt that the bullet ants deserved their "own identity"; since the species is primarily indigenous to South America, Beck used ancient Aztec drums and tribal flutes to give them a "regional flavor".
This culminates in the final fight between Captain America, Winter Soldier, and Iron Man, the music for which Jackman described as "somewhat operatic and Concerning the central conflict of the film, Jackman found that he was in "constant danger of tipping it too much" and pushing the audience to one side or the other, so he composed a new main theme for the film to represent that Civil War, which he called "a generic theme to balance everything out",  and "a narrative theme toward which all the characters can gravitate.
It wrapped them all up and it helped to bind the movie together rather than do endless disparate themes. It consists of a flute motif tied to the Winter Soldier's Russian handlers and a rising adagio that represents Zemo's twisted determination, and was inspired by the works of Jerry Goldsmith.
Captain America's theme could not be too prominent or heroic, as that would suggest that he was the hero of the film when the Russos were trying to create an ambiguity surrounding the main conflict—this does change throughout the film though, becoming more heroic when Captain America "turns out to be right all along". For the Winter Soldier, Jackman took a "rising string rhyme" that was buried underneath "the chaos and the industrial stuff" in the end of the character's suite from The Winter Soldierand developed that into a much more symphonic theme for the character, in keeping with his much more human portrayal in this film.
Jackman also wrote motifs for the major characters introduced in the film: Spider-ManBlack Pantherand Zemo. Zemo's personal theme was performed on "a lot of these rather unusual tuned bells" that gave him an "otherly sound", as well as a cimbalon to represent his Eastern European roots. Having known Kevin Feige for some time, Michael Giacchino spent years working with him on potentially scoring one of Marvel's films.
When he heard of development on Doctor StrangeGiacchino was particularly interested in working on the film, feeling that it would have more of an independent film feel than other Marvel films.
He contacted Feige, "and that ball just rolled very quickly downhill, and I was on" the film. It becomes something new with his music in there that it didn't have with temp music. For the score, Giacchino felt no pressure to align his music with the style or tone of previous MCU films, and "in fact they encouraged me to go in my direction, so there were never any handcuffs put on me.
For me it's a very sad story, and a lot of the music has this The Marvels / Typically Tropical - Lovers Concerto / Everybody Plays The Fool (Vinyl) melancholy feel to it. Bates was confirmed to be returning for the second Guardians film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. While promoting Doctor Strange in early NovemberFeige accidentally revealed that Giacchino would be returning to compose the score for Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Giacchino soon confirmed this himself. By AugustMark Mothersbaugh was set to score the third Thor film. Silvestri announced in June that he would be returning to score Avengers: Infinity War.
During their first meeting, Silvestri discussed reprising themes from characters throughout the series; having last worked on The Avengers inmany characters had received new themes and motifs since then. Ultimately, Silvestri and the Russo brothers opted not to reprise most of these themes, feeling it would make the score too distracting. Despite not reprising many themes, Silvestri does bring back several of his own original motifs. Perhaps the most notable is his Avengers theme, which was used extensively in the film's marketing.
The theme is reused sparingly in the film, typically during major moments such as Captain America's return in "Help Arrives" and Thor's arrival in Wakanda in "Forge". Silvestri initially considered making separate themes for each stone, but repurposed the original theme instead.
A brief statement of Silvestri's original Captain America theme is reprised at the end of "Field Trip". Silvestri introduced several new themes for the film's score, most notably a theme for Thanos. Rather than create a bombastic, evil theme for Thanos, Silvestri instead The Marvels / Typically Tropical - Lovers Concerto / Everybody Plays The Fool (Vinyl) a dark, brooding theme that's first introduced in "Travel Delays", and is woven through the rest of the score as a texture to establish Thanos's threat.
The theme also bears slight semblance, perhaps in its instrumentation, to Loki's theme from The Avengers. Silvestri announced in June that he would be returning to score Avengers: Endgame. A dramatic variant of "Porch", the violin piece from the end of Infinity Warplays as Thor leaves Thanos's homestead to depict how Thanos's victory remains. In addition, Silvestri reprises various themes from The Avengers as well. Parts of "A Promise" are repurposed in "One Shot".
The ending of "I Got A Ride" is reprised in "Portals"; the track traditionally plays during a long take of the Avengers fighting. Another portion of "One Way Trip" is reused when Thanos's army disintegrates. The ending of "Factory Inferno" plays when Cap grabs Mjolnir, and the first half of "Motorcycle Mayhem" plays when Cap wields Mjolnir against Thanos; both reprises are contained in the track "Worth It".
He also reprises the Homecoming Spider-Man theme, which has been modified to sound more heroic and represent his growth as a hero. Giacchino wrote new themes for S. Mysterio's theme bears semblance to the Doctor Strange theme, which Giacchino also wrote. The instrumentation of the theme is also similar. In JuneJoel P. The third One-Shot, Item 47had a bigger scope and budget than the previous shorts. Lennertz' score for the short is "rock-based", with a lot of electronics and guitars.
For the opening bank robbery, "We had a big twangy low guitar theme, almost like a Jack White kind of a thing on guitar". At the end of the short, when money 'rains down', Lennertz paid homage to Ennio Morricone with vocals in a "classic spoofy" way.
Lennertz, who returned to score the One-Shot, and D'Esposito, the director, wanted a more traditional, orchestral score for Agent Carter with D'Esposito wanting to balance the period setting and modern Marvel superhero feel. Lennertz felt D'Esposito "did a terrific job getting that [feeling with the One-Shot] and reaching that" while having "a James Bond secret agent sentiment to it too.
NoCharadeand Iron Monkeyas well as other exploitation films "ranging from obscure Kung Fu to funky Italian Horror"—as "retro vibed". It also must capture the intimate human characteristics that define this series. So Joss helped guide me to find a sound that lives a little in both worlds.
In addition to his orchestral music for the series, McCreary intertwined "these intricate symphonic layers He also cut back on his use of electric guitar, which was often used for Skye before she became an official agent; McCreary felt that "a common instrument that stood out from the epic orchestral texture associated with our true S. He also evolved his synthesizer use, making them "mangled under heavy distortion, mutilated beneath waves of noise".
McCreary saw his main theme for the series, which also represents the central team of agents, as primarily being a theme for Phil Coulson. You wouldn't do that for Coulson when Thor or Captain America are in the same story. But here Coulson is the hero It's all about him. Executive producer Jed Whedon "astutely pointed out that the The Marvels / Typically Tropical - Lovers Concerto / Everybody Plays The Fool (Vinyl) version was more satisfying than the major version", and so McCreary 'tweaked' the theme permanently into F minor.
I use this catchy little riff to build up steam before sweeping statements of the Main Theme. Mike Peterson 's theme is most commonly performed on a solo electric guitar—McCreary felt that "the image of a single guitar player trying to hold his own against a piece orchestra is a nice metaphor for how Mike must feel"—which is "consumed by distorted synthesizers and low brass" whenever the darker or more unstable sides of the character's superpowers are shown.
McCreary also introduced a theme for the mysterious Centipede group in the pilot. Played on delicate bells and de-tuned piano, the percussive nature of the notes evokes two rows of tiny insect feet crawling across a string. McCreary described the theme as unfolding "essentially like a pop-song, with a simple A-B-A-A structure". This musically emulates their speaking pattern, where they are constantly stumbling over one another and saying the same thing in slightly different ways. Once John Garrett is revealed to be the traitor, and the Clairvoyant, the Centipede became the new Hydra theme, though McCreary continued to use his Garrett theme rather than outright replace it with the Hydra theme as Bill Paxton 's "performance after being revealed as the Clairvoyant is even more fun and energetic.
So, his theme still fits him perfectly, it just shows us a different side of his personality. Feeling that his previous themes had become too complicated during the first season, and were too tied to that season's narrative, McCreary composed a new Hydra theme, which "in true bad-guy-theme fashion McCreary created his own theme for the Tesseract, "an ominous melodic line that shifts between two distantly related minor chords",  and for Asgard, "like an old fanfare, a melody that capture[s] the majesty of Asgardian nobility" though it is generally performed as a "smaller version" since the series is still "rooted in reality".
McCreary said on this, "I was excited for the opportunity to incorporate his music into my S. Chris was thrilled and sent me his scores for reference. In Juneafter a television series extension of the One-Shot Agent Carter was ordered by ABC, the short's composer Christopher Lennertz talked about the possibility of him being involved with the series saying Louis D'Espositothe One-Shot director also involved with the series, wanted Lennertz involved,  before officially signing on to compose for the series that September.
I knew Count Basie. I knew Glenn Millerall those things were happening at the time, but then we also figured out that it was sort of changing from big band to smaller jazz ensembles. John Paesano sought out the composer role for the first Marvel- Netflix series, Daredevilafter he had previously worked with showrunner Steven S.
DeKnight on a proof of concept. After successfully auditioning for the job, Paesano joined the series several weeks into post-production, and had to provide around 25—30 minutes of music per episode. He averaged "around an episode every four or five days". DeKnight "had a very clear vision of what he wanted. He wanted to really keep the show grounded and he wanted to make it feel real and not so fantastical like some of the other Marvel properties were.
He wanted music you could feel and not necessarily hear. We cut the score to be minimalistic. On returning for the series' second seasonwith new showrunners Douglas Petrie and Marco Ramirez who had worked with DeKnight on the first seasonPaesano felt that the two "really were true to what we were trying to do" with the first season, but the score still changed to reflect the new elements of season two "that we had to acknowledge.
Obviously we have two characters being introduced, we have the Punisher and Elektraand they both have their own backstories, their own interactions with Matt Murdock, so there are way more branches in this season than there were last season So there's definitely differences, but it's not like we all of the sudden went into John Williams territory For his audition, Paesano created a demo which included a simple piano motif.
Though this material would usually not be used in the final score, in this instance Paesano took the motif and converted it into a main theme for the series, which becomes the theme for Daredevil in the show. Paesano subsequently wrote a more "songish" version of the main theme for the sequence, with a basic verse-chorus-verse structure, and instrumentation such as guitars and a drum kit to retain the feel and energy of the originally chosen song.
For when his "evil twisted side" shows through, Paesano "took classical pieces of music and I twisted them up and played them backwards or redid some of the harmony or put them through distortion and created a classical vibe but really mangled and twisted". However, Callery's music for the latter ultimately became "something so completely and wonderfully different" once he started exploring the tone and "color" of Jessica Jones. Callery found that the more intimate and organic his music, the more it "clicked with the series".
Callery was influenced by the style and works of Bill Evans for the score. Rosenberg often asked Callery to have the music "do less",  such as when he scored a fight sequence as a big, percussive superhero scene, and Rosenberg felt that even then the series should feel intimate; she suggested Callery just use a regular drum kit for the fights instead.
Beethoven C. Chopin D. Schubert E. The melody of Liszt's La Campanella A. The performer who Liszt copied extensively and admired very much was A. Clara Schumann B. Beethoven D. Robert Schumann. Opera" B. Harmony" C. Which is not a character piece? Liszt's La Campanella is a A. None of the above. A character piece is A. Theme transformation is. A feature of the fifth movement of Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique is the use of.
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