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Upcoming Hobbit Trailer To Feature Epic Music From “Quantum”

September 15, 2012 at 2:51 am by Earl  - 

Ringer Spy Stratos has sent us some exciting news concerning the upcoming trailer for The Hobbit.

It seems the trailer will feature a piece from Immediate Music’s album QUANTUM, described by them as…

“… our edgiest and most modern Live Orchestra and Choir release yet… a combination of Epic Action and Drama making a grand debut as our most unique hybrid orchestral album for film trailers and advertising… loaded with layers of ground breaking sound design accompanied by dark, edgy guitar melodies combined with our signature sound of lush cyclical strings, huge swelling brass, and massive booming drums.”

From Immediate Music’s news release:

We can’t wait for the debut of the second Hobbit trailer!  We can confirm that one of our Epic Dramatic Adventure pieces from Quantum will be featured in the upcoming trailer for Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.  This classic will follow Bilbo Baggins as he journeys to the Lonely Mountain with a vigorous group of Dwarves.  We are thrilled to be a part of Warner’s marketing campaign for this series.

So while it seems highly unlikely that the trailer will feature a Howard Shore composition, it looks like we can expect some breathtaking music nonetheless.

Posted in Hobbit Movie, Production, The Hobbit, Trailer on September 15, 2012 by Source: Immediate Music Upcoming Hobbit Trailer To Feature Epic Music From “Quantum” | Discuss
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One response to “Upcoming Hobbit Trailer To Feature Epic Music From “Quantum””

  1. Tuor son of Huor says:

    What’s wrong with Howard Shore’s music? I loved that theme from the first trailer.
    I’ve just listened to some of that “Quantum” stuff and it’s actually pretty good, but the thing is that Shore doesn’t just write music that sounds good, he creates different themes and styles of music for the different peoples and places of Middle-earth. “Quantum” doesn’t sound at all Middle-earth and I think it could easily make a mess of things.

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