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Ray Cole

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I just pre-ordered the Herrmann/Day the Earth Stood Still score. I'm very excited about it and future releases. If you're taking requests, scores that I would like to see released at some point include:

John Williams: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Williams's Close Encounters score has it all--from the romantic to the avant-garde and is one of his strongest in a long career of great scores. That said, most of the other obvious Williams scores would also be of interest: Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jaws, The Reivers, Schindler's List, Superman The Movie, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, E.T., The Fury, etc., etc.

Jerry Goldsmith: Planet of the Apes
Jerry Goldsmith: Alien
Jerry Goldsmith: Nervous Man in a $4 Room (from The Twilight Zone episode)
Jerry Goldsmith: Star Trek The Motion Picture
Jerry Goldsmith: The Swarm
Jerry Goldsmith: The Blue Max
Jerry Goldsmith: Lonely Are the Brave

Basil Poledouris: Conan the Barbarian

Michael Nyman: Gattaca

Michel Colombier: Colossus The Forbin Project

Danny Elfman: Edward Scissorhands
Danny Elfman: A Simple Plan

Miklos Rozsa: Ben Hur
Miklos Rozsa: Quo Vadis

Alex North: Spartacus

Elmer Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven
Elmer Bernstein: Heavy Metal

David Whitaker: The Sword and the Sorcerer

Leith Stevens: Destination Moon

Howard Shore and Ornette Coleman: Naked Lunch

Jerry Fielding: Lawman
Jerry Fielding: Chato's Land
Jerry Fielding: Demon Seed

Any/all TV scores from the original Star Trek TV series.

Denny Zeitlin: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (the Philip Kaufman remake)

Tan Dun: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Toru Takemitsu: Ran

James Newton Howard: Dave
James Newton Howard: Unbreakable

James Horner: Star Trek II
James Horner: Deep Impact

John Powell: How to Train Your Dragon

I'll stop here as I realized this list is already crazy-long. Anyway, I'm excited that someone is releasing full scores for great film music.
 

Ray Cole

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Oh, this was an expensive evening! After poking around on the internet, I see that a few of the scores on my wish list have actually been published already by a competitor, so I ended up ordering a few of those as well.

There's still plenty on my list that Neumation Music could get to first, though, so looking forward to all that is to come.
 

Gil

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Hello @Ray Cole,
Here's what already exists from your list:
- Jerry Goldsmith: Star Trek The Motion Picture: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/product/jerry-goldsmith-star-trek-the-motion-picture/
- Danny Elfman: Edward Scissorhands: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/edward-scissorhands-1991-danny-elfman/ (unfortunately sold-out)
- John Powell: How to Train Your Dragon: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/product/john-powells-how-to-train-your-dragon-full-orchestral-score/

Apart from Neumation Music, the 2 big sources for film scores are https://omnimusicpublishing.com/ and https://www.chrissiddallmusic.com (it has James Horner Aliens and going to publish full scores of Iron Giant and ID4).
 

Ray Cole

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Hello @Ray Cole,
Here's what already exists from your list:
- Jerry Goldsmith: Star Trek The Motion Picture: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/product/jerry-goldsmith-star-trek-the-motion-picture/
- Danny Elfman: Edward Scissorhands: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/edward-scissorhands-1991-danny-elfman/ (unfortunately sold-out)
- John Powell: How to Train Your Dragon: https://omnimusicpublishing.com/product/john-powells-how-to-train-your-dragon-full-orchestral-score/

Apart from Neumation Music, the 2 big sources for film scores are https://omnimusicpublishing.com/ and https://www.chrissiddallmusic.com (it has James Horner Aliens and going to publish full scores of Iron Giant and ID4).
Thanks Gil. Yes, that's what I was referring to. I ordered Goldsmith's ST:TMP score (though it's backordered) and Powell's How to Train Your Dragon. Plus some others! So, an expensive day. I'm on the fence about Horner's Aliens score. I was all set to buy it tonight too, but got stopped in my tracks by the high cost of shipping, and it is not the score I want most from Horner, so for now, I'm taking a pass. But I am happy to know about Chris's publishing company and will keep eye out for their future releases. Thanks for the heads-up!
 
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I just pre-ordered the Herrmann/Day the Earth Stood Still score. I'm very excited about it and future releases. If you're taking requests, scores that I would like to see released at some point include:

John Williams: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Williams's Close Encounters score has it all--from the romantic to the avant-garde and is one of his strongest in a long career of great scores. That said, most of the other obvious Williams scores would also be of interest: Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jaws, The Reivers, Schindler's List, Superman The Movie, Harry Potter, Saving Private Ryan, E.T., The Fury, etc., etc.

Jerry Goldsmith: Planet of the Apes
Jerry Goldsmith: Alien
Jerry Goldsmith: Nervous Man in a $4 Room (from The Twilight Zone episode)
Jerry Goldsmith: Star Trek The Motion Picture
Jerry Goldsmith: The Swarm
Jerry Goldsmith: The Blue Max
Jerry Goldsmith: Lonely Are the Brave

Basil Poledouris: Conan the Barbarian

Michael Nyman: Gattaca

Michel Colombier: Colossus The Forbin Project

Danny Elfman: Edward Scissorhands
Danny Elfman: A Simple Plan

Miklos Rozsa: Ben Hur
Miklos Rozsa: Quo Vadis

Alex North: Spartacus

Elmer Bernstein: The Magnificent Seven
Elmer Bernstein: Heavy Metal

David Whitaker: The Sword and the Sorcerer

Leith Stevens: Destination Moon

Howard Shore and Ornette Coleman: Naked Lunch

Jerry Fielding: Lawman
Jerry Fielding: Chato's Land
Jerry Fielding: Demon Seed

Any/all TV scores from the original Star Trek TV series.

Denny Zeitlin: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (the Philip Kaufman remake)

Tan Dun: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Toru Takemitsu: Ran

James Newton Howard: Dave
James Newton Howard: Unbreakable

James Horner: Star Trek II
James Horner: Deep Impact

John Powell: How to Train Your Dragon

I'll stop here as I realized this list is already crazy-long. Anyway, I'm excited that someone is releasing full scores for great film music.
Hi Ray,

There are a few scores on your wishlist we are planning to publish. As mentioned, Omni has some of them. Sadly, several of them were discarded or lost. I’ve found scores in strange places so, they may exist....somewhere.

I would say that it’s highly unlikely to see a John Williams book any time soon. He has unprecedented control over his publishing rights. We asked him recently and he and his team were polite about the idea, but not ready. That is not say it won’t happen. I think in the next year or so it may be possible to reevaluate. Expect the unexpected.

I do recommend everyone that’s interested in sharing suggestions for future books to email us ([email protected]). We can discuss what’s possible and brainstorm. Brainstorm...now that’s a great score ;)
 

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Whoever wants to have a copy of it FOR FREE and lives in America - feel free to contact me :)
 
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