This article is about the soundtrack of the film. For the film itself, see. The Dark Knight Rises: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Released July 17, 2012 ( 2012-07-17) Length 51: 20 (2:16:14 with all bonus tracks) chronology (2012) 2012 The Dark Knight Rises (2012) (2013) 2013 chronology (2008) 2008 The Dark Knight Rises (2012) The Dark Knight Rises2012 (2016) 2016 The Dark Knight Rises: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the to the, the sequel to 's 2008 film. The soundtrack was released on July 17, 2012. The CD edition of the album contains an exclusive code to unlock three bonus tracks, titled 'Bombers Over Ibiza ( Remix)', 'No Stone Unturned', and 'Risen from Darkness'.
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Two additional bonus tracks, 'The Shadows Betray You' and 'The End', are digital-download exclusive tracks. The soundtrack was officially released online for streaming purposes on July 10, 2012. Additional cues were released through an titled The Dark Knight Rises Z+ App Origins Pack. The app contains four original suites ('Wayne Manor', 'Selina Kyle', 'Orphan', and 'Bane') that were created during the early stages of development for the film. The main themes were composed by and, but Howard did not return to the series to score this film and was not credited as a composer. Regarding his departure from the franchise, Howard said, 'I just really felt that I had made what I felt like I could contribute to that series, and I always felt thatHans.was the mastermind of those scores.
I mean, they really sounded the way they sounded because of him. His conception of the scores was really brilliant. It’s not that I didn’t add a lot, I did, but I don’t think I added the aspects of the music that really defined the character of those movies.'
Contents. Commercial performance The album debuted at number 10 on the. And peaked at number 25 in the Spanish Albums Chart.
HDTracks version A high-resolution, version of the soundtrack was released by HDTracks in 24-bit/192 kHz. It contains all the bonus tracks from the standard digital edition, but spectral analysis of the audio files shows they were not true high-resolution files, with no frequencies at all above 22 kHz or so (basically equivalent to a 48 kHz sampling rate). Chant The film features a prevalent chant of the phrase deshi basara, which, according to Hans Zimmer himself, means 'rise up' in a language which he says he's happy to have kept secret (allegedly or another Arabic dialect, even Mongolian word 'deeshee bosooroi' which means literally 'Rise Up' though this is disputed).
Though the chant is not considered proper Arabic, it can be transcribed phonetically into dialectal Arabic as تيجي بسرعة ( Tījī basara’ah), translated as either 'come quickly' or 'she comes quickly' (both forms are identical in Arabic, but the latter meaning would be a foreshadowing in the story), which is loosely consistent with Hans Zimmer's provided meaning of the chant. When asked about the development of the chant, Zimmer said, 'The chant became a very complicated thing because I wanted hundreds of thousands of voices, and it's not so easy to get hundreds of thousands of voices. So, we tweeted and we posted on the internet, for people who wanted to be part of it. It seemed like an interesting thing. We've created this world, over these last two movies, and somehow I think the audience and the fans have been part of this world.
We do keep them in mind.' Reception Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating The score received mostly positive reviews. Heather Phares of commented that 'while 's music for 's movies aren't as high-concept as some of his other scores, such as or, Zimmer ties the music for the final installment of Nolan's to his previous scores, but allows these pieces to have their own flourishes as well'., on the other hand, stated that, 'Lost in all of the media hype and sensationalism surrounding this franchise's second coming is the artistic merit of Nolan's achievements, and a contributing factor to the frenzy is undoubtedly Hans Zimmer's involvement as the concept's now most frequent musical voice.' Filmtracks even went to the next level by stating that 'Unfortunately for Zimmer, his actual speaking voice is so prevalent in interviews that the soundtracks for these films have become their own form of spectacle. Not since John Williams of the early 1980s has a film composer become such a mainstream attraction, and Zimmer indulges the attention by constantly unleashing his thought process and sense of humor in interviews that don't always make much sense when strung together.'
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