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Superman “Man of Steel”

Postby David Richoux » Fri Jun 14, 2013 10:55 pm

For those not on Facebook, Jim Self posted this tonight:

Just saw the new Superman movie. We scored Hans Zimmer's music earlier in the year. The brass section has no trumpets but has eight horns, all doubling tuben, two bass trombones, four euphoniums and four CC tubas. Doug Tornquist played 1st, Bill Roper, 2nd, Gary Hickman, 3rd and I played on the bottom. It was all low and dark. Four nights of pedal tone whole notes was a lot to handle. Surprisingly it fit the moody character of the movie and was quite effective.
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Re: Superman “Man of Steel”

Postby Troiano220 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:40 am

According to the same post, Bill Booth, Charlie Loper, Alex Iles and Bill Reichenbach played euphonium.
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Re: Superman “Man of Steel”

Postby Bill Troiano » Thu Jun 20, 2013 10:04 am

We saw the movie last night. At times, you can hear multiple tubas, but mostly just a present tuba sound. Does anybody know what instruments were used by the tubists? Back in the 60's and 70's Miraphones were used a lot because of the way they sounded when recorded. I was just wondering what the guys are using today and specifically, what was used on this soundtrack with multiple tubas. Thanks!
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