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La creación de la música de Superman


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El apartado de "Documentales" de El Despotricador Cinéfilo pretende hacer una recopilación de aquellos documentales que sean muy completos acerca de la realización de películas míticas y famosas. Descubriendo en ellos algunas de las anécdotas y curiosidades más jugosas de nuestras películas favoritas, así como de los cineastas que trabajaron en ellas.

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17/11/2017 MaxFPS
It's an absolute masterpiece and this man is just not from this world. He created an anthem for hope, to remind us that there's still good in people, that no evil shall win if we have faith. Too bad that people with superpowers don't exist, but if they did, how hard it would be to have the mindset and the heart to do good and only use them when it's necessary. Just think about how evil ppl with political power or money can be and how far they can go. I can only hope that if it ever happens, it happens to the most good hearted and humble ppl on earth.

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25/10/2017 Sai Nagendra Kumar Purushothaman
I grew up listening to John William's music. I still love all his compositions.

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26/09/2017 Wise Guy4U
F#$% Hans ZZimmer for sleeping on his keyboard for Interstellar.

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26/09/2017 Wise Guy4U
This seems to say that John Williams worked best when visuals were not perfect and that he had to be creative to lift them to an emotional connection. It makes a lot of sense because his recent work seems uninspired thanks to the evolved art of editing and visual effects. These days it is rare to find musical themes for movies that are catchy and stays in memory.

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13/09/2017 tiffsaver
As a child who grew up with Superman, I expected much from the music of the film... and John Williams, as usual, exceeded my expectations. God bless you, sir.

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03/09/2017 Superman Filmes
gênio

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03/09/2017 Jeffrey Frazier
Wow....a single dislike..... Mr Luthor I presume!!!🤣🤣🤣

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21/07/2017 Electone_Guy
John Williams could re-write "chopsticks" and make it into a symphony. His genius is beyond words. I can't even think of one modern movie where I came out of the theater and remembered any of the music.

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14/07/2017 Ryder Spearmann
Williams, true super hero.

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09/07/2017 Kal- El
The theme "saying" Superman is nothing new. Most Superman themes do this. Williams' is easily the most memorable though.

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06/06/2017 assignmentearth
I always love hearing Maurice Murphy hit that first g so sharp. D, D, G,....hits it so hard and powerfully it goes a bit sharp. It's extremely exciting to me the way it came out. The way they let it come out. They didn't redo it. It's a big exciting, muscular score and they let their players play it big, exciting and use a lot of muscle. Takes a lot of muscle to do that part and Murphy and London Symphony surely had it. Bravo to him and Williams!

Every time a hear another pops group do it, Boston, Cleveland,...whoever,....good groups mind you,....but it takes me out of the moment when they try to do it so perfect and without the passion and energy this version had. Go for it men.

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01/05/2017 jp3813
Yet many DC fans nowadays tend to resent this lighthearted tone.

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25/09/2017 DirectorWestfield
jp3813 I tend to notice that those who enjoyed Man Of Steel aren’t Superman fans at all. I once heard in rant about MOS from someone who’s name escapes me that it’s a film for Superman haters and I couldn’t agree more.
25/04/2017 Cap One
That score really did kick ass. Movie wouldn't have the same feel without it.

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18/02/2017 jslasher1
Certainly JTW's masterpiece, in my opinion. The score elevates the film, makes it come alive. Should have won the Oscar®,

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07/02/2017 Dai Tran
He wrote great great pieces but Superman stands by itself on top.

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09/10/2016 Realmasterorder
Amazing Score just awesome !

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05/10/2016 C Castell
Genial!

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23/08/2016 Hiya H
1:31 is pretty much the reason why this theme is so awesome. It literally sings the word. The only other theme I know that sings the title/character is the classic TransFormers theme.

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06/06/2017 assignmentearth
If you analyze every version of the Superman theme, starting with the Fleischer cartoons, to the 50's TV show,.....it seems every composer instinctively used a motif that spoke Su-per-Man.
22/08/2016 Chas. Davis
@WarnerBrosPictures listen to this, Superman is not meant to be rooted in seriousness, He is a symbol for Truth and Justice and this is his theme.

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11/07/2016 Kevin Persichilli
There's only one God of all superheroes and his name is Superman!

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22/07/2016 Sequoia Wachlter
YASSS
06/07/2016 KoolCat !
I remember the original Superman movie poster saying at the bottom "You'll believe a man can fly". Well if there was ever a theme that could make you believe that you could fly (or stop an earthquake or save a woman dangling from a crashed helicopter or even reverse time), it was this one. Such a powerful, uplifting & exciting score and it continues to be my all time fav theme to this day.

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28/06/2016 david fox
JOHN WILLIAMS IS HUMAN GOD!!!!!!!

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22/04/2016 Tom Bowman
Is that Jerry Goldsmith speaking at 1:10?

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02/06/2016 The Dark Knight
No, Tom Mankiewicz
09/02/2016 leftcoaster67
I WILL FIND HIM AND MAKE HIM KNEEL BEFORE JOHN!!!!!!

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20/10/2015 boybblue
John Williams is a giant!!

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04/10/2015 Dizzy Blu
Hold up though. Didnt donner say he was trying to make it serious? Trying to stay away from this super-campy piece of crap that the salkinds were pushing??

Or was it trying to say that it was a fun movie

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02/06/2016 The Dark Knight
A good filmaker can do both, the key is "Verisimilitude" (as Donner would say) =)
05/08/2016 Tyler513
+The Dark Knight Agreed. It's a fine line. It seemed real yet also fun. There was drama but no moody psychological stuff like with Batman. Also not much violence. Scenes like where the guy hits Superman with the crowbar and his hands start vibrating were so much better than a bunch of people blowing up.
05/08/2016 The Fumbo Muffin
+Tyler513 A lot of people don't realize that back in 1978 it was serious. Anyone who doesn't understand this hasn't seen the 50's tv show or the cartoons that superman was in at the time and before.
29/09/2016 TheSuperReviewer
+Dizzy Blu I take it that it took itself seriously enough with its drama without being depressing nor "camped" it up too much that it became a parody in-and-in-of-itself. In essence, it was a FUN, UPLIFTING, SPIRITUAL, HEROIC movie; hence Williams' "THEATRICAL CAMP" speech. It was/is an experience.. Those who grew up in this modern age of movies, who have yet to undeestand/witness the genesis of superhero films (& superheroes in general) AND to see what all the massive critical acclaimed fuss is all about to this day, I EMPLOY you ALL to watch, nay, experience this once-in-a-lifetime classic sci-fi romantic space opera epic superhero opus masterpiece! #goseeit #youllbelieveamancanfly #itsabirditsaplane #Superman
03/10/2015 KING KRYPTON
Brilliant.

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15/08/2015 Baldwin Collins
this  superman score probably  what  made  the  movie  a  success ,  how  could you match  another  against  this  one ?  the  score  is   superman

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24/07/2015 Marty Keaton
2:21 - :33 Absolutely. :D

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24/07/2015 Marty Keaton
0:35 - 1:07 Smart man.

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08/07/2015 Death Maze Challenge
This guy understands film better than so many filmmakers. 'Not take itself seriously' is the key, he nailed it perfectly and made the film light and fun. How many silly superhero movies fail because they take themselves seriously, and can't support that with story..

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03/04/2016 Ti My
Agreed. Some people take that for granted.
21/03/2015 Ricky Coogin
I really like this interview, but don't tell me you don't hear the prelude and main title from superman and think, "Eh, this is camp, nobody's taking this too seriously."

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05/08/2016 Tyler513
I don't think it's campy. Fun, but not campy.
13/02/2015 MarCuseusFX
To hear this live, in person - wow

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02/11/2014 KINDLE
I was laughing my ARSE off to this all the way through! Listen to them all playin' it cool! They know it's one of the best most iconic theme in cinematic history! LIKE A BOSS!

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19/06/2014 Julian Harmon
John Williams, orchestral, melodic genius who's work will never be forgotten, ever! Hans Zimmer, master of painting the picture in music color giving it texture. Both are geniuses in their own right. However, the Man of Steel score can't be compared to John Williams unforgettable score. Simply because it's too engrained into the idea of Superman. Just hearing the first two measures, the dotted quarter eighth triplet to dotted half note hits from the trumpet, bah bahbahbah baaaaah, you instantly are filled with excitement. And, I don't think it's fair to compare the two. While the John Williams score is timeless and classic, the Zimmer Man of Steel score is Action, suspense drama power and written for a totally different picture, time and textured film. He unfolds the idea and emotion of each moment of the film. It tells the story. Zimmer is genius in his own, as well as Williams is in his own right. Both are my favorites.

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21/01/2016 Carolyn Nigro
Heil Hitler! heil Hitler! heil Hitler!
24/01/2016 cleve101
+ChooseReason
I'd really like to smoke some cigars with you sometime, what do you say short stack?
01/03/2017 stardestoero6 czm
John Williams did Man Of Steel when he used the main theme on Superman Returns, John Ottman did a good job for score the film.
04/09/2017 Daniel Woodward
Yes! Totally agree! I'm dumbfounded as to why people think Zimmer is so good!? I asked a friend who likes Zimmer to hum one of his themes and he couldn't.
07/10/2017 Jules F. Melo Borges
Nop. Zimmer hasn't done anything really good since Hannibal.
27/04/2014 Brut Thirtythree
0:36 "No John No!" cries director Richard Donner! who spent his entire commentary track talking about how he tried to inject a sense of realism and seriousness into the film, posting "Verisimilitude!" on the wall of his office, rejecting everything campy, so that "you will believe a man can fly."  Boy, did Williams contradict him!  Still, he's a genius so all is forgiven.  Amazed this comment made the DVD to be honest.  Stay tuned for ANOTHER release where the Salkinds give Donner final cut on the special features! lol

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02/06/2016 The Dark Knight
I have to disagree - the idea that realism and seriousness is the same as joyless and not fun is the mistaken thinking that gives us Zack Snyder's crap. The other direction is of course the Superman films without Donner and Mankiewicz and the Schumacher Batman films.

A great director knows how to strike the natural balance between emotional gravitas and true levity - that is the "real" meaning of verisimilitude and I don't think that one could seriously argue that Donner didn't do precisely that.
29/10/2013 lexo30
The Superman theme is so great that it's better than the film. I remember going to see it aged about 6, and I still remember the uncontrollable excitement of hearing that music over those titles. I saw Star Wars, when? The previous year? And I don't remember that at all.

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03/10/2013 xylfox
They should have waited with the 1977 Oscar one year.Cause Superman is,for me,better than Star Wars. But they couldnt give him 2 Oscars in a row i think.

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23/09/2013 027220
I'm glad there's not '1' dislike.

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10/09/2013 Str1000ac
Music goes perfect with a 40you virgin in red pants

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28/07/2013 Hugo Danner
ZZZOODD!!! Shake!!! CCRRUUNCCHH!!! Don't tug on Superman's cape or piss him off!

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27/07/2013 Hairysteed
Me fail English?! That's unpossible!

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25/07/2013 Renee Stewart
JOHN WILLIAMS STARWARS, ET, HARRY POTTER, JAWS, INDYANA JONES, JURASSIC PARK, ECT

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21/07/2013 chewie211171
The narrator comment is right: the music (namely the Superman 'march') add soul to the theme. It's such a pity that they didn't add it to Man of Steel.

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13/07/2013 Hugo Danner
That's how 90% of all movies have been since the mid 1990's. All effects/CGI, endless chaes scenes, violence & sex. With very few exceptions. Like Indianna Jones,etc.

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13/07/2013 Hugo Danner
I'm with you, sure Lex was a bit too campy & so was the Otis character. but I agree Reeve was Superman! Strong, confident, but kind hearted & had a sense of humor too. Everything these days is so damn dark, bleak, violent & depressing. Even the new costume looked like Spider-Man left overs!

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13/07/2013 Hugo Danner
It was a good movie. But not Epic like the original Donner/Reeve/Williams movie was & still is!

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13/07/2013 Hugo Danner
That's "ON" the planet of Houston!

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30/06/2013 MMZERO9
"...there’s no more masterful composer than John Williams. Let’s just declare the truth here: there is nobody better than John." - Hans Zimmer

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30/06/2013 billny33
So John Williams felt this tune didn't take itself too seriously, much like the movie. Interesting. I thought it was brilliant and didn't really sense an element of camp in the tune but he would know better than me. If they had put more effort into making Superman a bit more serious but still uplifting 70s blockbuster action superhero film, wouldn't this tune still fit?

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27/06/2013 Antonio Goolsby
They shouldve NEVER switched the music

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24/06/2013 manofsan
the John Williams score really stands out from the crowd Hans Zimmer is nice, but there's no way it stands out like JW's

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21/06/2013 mainlymusicman
just saw "man of steel", i dont think HANS ZIMMER quite pulled it off.

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21/06/2013 mainlymusicman
no doubt, but how is the new movie more character driven? Christopher reeve's character was more believable/relatable. you got the feeling he was honorable, and kindhearted. in man of steel he seemed more like just "a guy wearing the superman suit". and gene hackman as lex luther? show me a stronger character.

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21/06/2013 mainlymusicman
i wish they could have done it in the new movie. instead, they cramed it full of sci-fi special effects and 3d animation. blaaggh.

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05/06/2013 Elwood Blues
In my opinion, great films are only great and memorable because of their great soundtracks and scores. Fair enough, the plot, acting and directing etc, all have their parts as well, but really, all great films have wonderful soundtracks, either by score or songs. Films like Forrest Gump, Back to the Future, Superman, Titanic, Star Wars, all great films, yet they wouldn't be half as great, or at least wouldn't be nearly as memorable without their scores. The two go hand in hand really.

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25/05/2013 briansky10
Without John's music I don't think SUPERMAN would of become the success it is. Along with E.T., JAWS, STAR WARS and so many others. He's a master musician. John Williams is the orchestra's best friend. My hero.

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18/05/2013 Realmasterorder
A Genious composer and probably the most Epic score of all time

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16/05/2013 camwent1
Just think, this is the guy that Steven Spielberg and George Lucas trust to score all of their movies. He's the only one they call on. This one is my favorite theme. It'll be interesting to see what Hans Zimmer's take will be when "Man Of Steel' comes out June 14.

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30/04/2013 MrYoumitube
John Williams the Master..Your Superman score will forever in grained into my life...wonderful!!!

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20/04/2013 Adam Percival
"sleight of hand" well addicted to cod john

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11/04/2013 GVZGQosqoruna
SUPERMASTER!

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28/03/2013 Andrew Sheldon
0:21 ey govarnar (British)

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25/03/2013 Autostade67
It's fascinating that Williams approached the score with a sense of fun & camp when what he ultimately wrote is a score that is quite noble and Romantic. I find his score actually elevates the themes & characters - especially Superman (as so cannily interpreted by Reeve who, despite the adulation, never truly receives the due for what he created) to something Classical. Sure, its all lighthearted on the surface, but the richness of the music adds up to something quite emotional and affecting.

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25/03/2013 Autostade67
More than any other theme which seems inseparable from its subject - even "Jaws" -"Superman" (along with "The Magnificent 7") seems 2B the most unassailable - it's so perfectly suited that like many great compositions, it seems to have always existed but merely been sleeping in our subconscious until a composer gives it voice. The first time we all heard it, a voice within probably said, not, "That seems so right", but "Ah, there it is, as I have always known it but forgot for just a moment."

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22/03/2013 Peter David
He is indeed the master

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21/02/2013 Hairysteed
The greatest composer in the planet of Houston!

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21/02/2013 Midnight Movie Madness
KNEEL BEFORE WILLIAMS!!!

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12/02/2013 Hairysteed
1:09 It's so weird John Williams looks like Zod! :D

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07/10/2012 energybengt
I find the power that a score adds to film ... that combination of visual and music ... it's so much more than the sum of it's parts. It is to me, miraculous. And seeing how a film comes alive by its music ... it never fails to take my breath away and give me shivers. What beautiful things we can create, eh?

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29/03/2012 MrEdwardsan
John Willimas is a Genious!

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