Surprising are the few prominent themes from the first two films that were not included, at least on the soundtrack. Sea of Stars Hans Zimmer 1:58 need 320 4. A Wit's End Hans Zimmer 8:05 need 320 18. East India Trading Company Attack Hans Zimmer 2:24 need 320 5. There are some fun moments behind-the-scenes as Chow is a bit of a joker, and everyone seems to talk very highly of him. The last third of this track is devoted to the action sequence later in the film when Norrington is helping Elizabeth and her Singapore crew escape from the Flying Dutchman back to The Empress, and features a short statement of the C section of the love theme.
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never say we die. The middle portion of this track is the first variation of the new Cutler Beckett and the East India Trading Company theme, used for the opening battle sequence in the Singapore bathhouse, followed by a plucked variation of Sao Feng's theme. This way it gets very nice statements and also very loud, bold statements for action scenes. All of the site's content were designed by me, unless otherwise stated. This gave the score a very direct structure with memorable theme after theme being thrown on screen without any subtlety. Hans Zimmer 0:22 need 320 0. It takes us behind the making of the climactic sequence, showing set construction an impressive feat, building two gimbal-based ships , stunts, lighting and visual effects.
A Dangerous Song Hans Zimmer 3:40 need 320 8. What is interesting about this chaotic theme conglomeration is that a fast short-string ostinato keeps a steady pace through the entire sequence, kind of like the action climax from King Arthur. We are a call to all, pay head the squall and turn your sail toward home! This franchise has come a long way from the original score, even when compared to the change from postmodern to epic choir in the Matrix trilogy. Davy Jones Commanded Hans Zimmer 2:13 need 320 5. Many Gifts Hans Zimmer 0:55 need 320 2. The two new themes - the Pirates Theme and the Love Theme - are well suited for being adapted to action scenes and are done so often.
The bell has been raised from it's watery grave. Yo, ho, haul together, hoist the colors high. Then, in order, Love Themes A, B, and C are stated in full. Bootstrap Hans Zimmer 0:47 need 320 1. The music for the films has followed suit, although not at the same pace: 's score for the final film, has a few moments of whimsy, spooky drama and exotic flavor mixed with more typical, churning musical backdrops for the action set pieces.
Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die. It features an off-kilter version of Jack's theme from Dead Man's Chest, and several unique instruments such as a. It basically means action-packed, but here, I suppose it means in regard to pirate films. I think this score has all the elements a modern pirate film needs and finally stands up to Cutthroat Island. The Brethren Court The Brethren Court starts off with another off-kilter use of the Dead Man's Chest Jack Sparrow theme purported to represent the character of Captain Teague Keeper Of The Code , which is then followed by variations of the Hoist the Colours theme for the meeting of the pirate lords.
While this score does lack the orchestral bombast and countless triumphant fanfares of Cutthroat Island, Zimmer makes an amazingly good attempt at creating a soundscape suitable for the pirate world. Okay, so back to the Pirate Theme. Their journey will take them to Singapore, where they have to contend with the ruthless pirate lord Captain Sao Feng Chow Yun-Fat , and then once they get to the Locker, they have the problem of getting back. It accompanies the scene where the Black Pearl is tipped upside-down to escape Davy Jones' Locker though chronologically it comes after the following track, I See Dead People in Boats. Do you hear it's sepulchral tone? Part of the Ship, Part of the Crew Hans Zimmer 2:27 need 320 5. At the very end, we hear Jack Sparrow's easily recognizable arrival theme, presented almost identically to its appearances in the other two films. The seas be ours and by the powers where we will well roam.
Drink Up Me Hearties Drink Up Me Hearties — Starting with Jack's arrival cue played on accordion, this cue details the final minutes of the film, ending with Jack's arrival cue one last time as he sails over the horizon. Calypso Mutinised Hans Zimmer 1:24 need 320 3. Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never shall we die. He's a Pirate is then played, as in the other two films, as the end credits begin to roll, before moving into another lengthy statement of all three love themes, using the Up is Down fiddle theme as an accompaniment. This leads to a level of thematic complexity that rivals most other franchises. I Don't Think Now Is the Best Time Hans Zimmer 10:35 need 320 24. Heave ho, thieves and beggars, never say we die.
Davy Jones, the Man Hans Zimmer 2:22 need 320 5. This is, basically, the Pirate Theme and has multiple parts to it, which can be identified by following the progression of the song, beginning with the boy through the addition of the male chorus. The seas be ours and by the powers where we will well roam. Many themes from all three films are interwoven here, all interconnected by a moving eight note line, including Jack Sparrow's theme, the love themes and He's a Pirate. These tracks are shortened edits of the original remixes contained on aforementioned releases. In its opening rendition, it is sung by a young boy and eventually by a larger chorus.