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Discussion in 'The Blind Parrot' started by Pieter Boelen, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. Commodore John Paul Jones

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    Remember the opening scene in DMC? Beckett's troops rowing ashore, the mother pulling her child inside, the door shuts and Beckett rides down the length of his troops... that music was amazing, shame it wasn't in the soundtrack. We should use that, but later on when the EIC becomes something horrible. It would be like the scene in Star Wars III: when the two fighters are cruising over the star destroyer, then shows Vader in his black suit slowly walking down the bridge towards the Emperor and the unfinished death star outside. It is the transformation to the dark and horrible Empire that we know from the original trilogy.

    Another good piece of music is the Master and Commander theme. If you have the soundtrack, its the really energetic part in the first track. We could use a similar theme for Edwards.
     
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    Yeah, i love that theme from DMC!! That was very good, i like the idea of using just music to drown out the sound of battle, and everything is dramatic. That is a good type of drama. Something like that can be used for when the EITC becomes more evil, or we find out how evil. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dev.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":d:" border="0" alt="dev.gif" />
     
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    Perhaps we should use it in a scene like so:

    DMC......................................................................HTC
    Lord Beckett and troops rowing ashore...............An anchor being drawn up out of the water, sails being set.

    Troops marching through streets of Port Royal....Seamen running about as camera pulls in on Beckett on quarterdeck.

    Woman pulling child indoors..............................EIC flag being hoisted up flagmast.

    Lord Beckett riding down the ranks....................Camera pulling out quickly and panning along a huge line of EIC ships leaving a harbor.

    Beckett's boots behind Elizabeth........................EIC admiral giving orders and putting a glass to his eye.

    Blacksmith shop broken into and chains shown...Continues the EIC fleet scene, continues to pull out and pan more, revealing that the fleet is even larger.
    Shot ends as a whisp of clouds covers camera.
     
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    Love it!!!!!!!! Perfect. FINALLY SOMEONE WHO AGREES ON MY LARGE FLEET SCENES. We must add these to the script!!
     
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    Large? Yes.
    Epic? No, save it for AWE.

    I mean, what we saw in AWE was a friggin <i>armada</i>!

    But yeah... the East India Company has gone bad... <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile2.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":))" border="0" alt="smile2.gif" />
     
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    You know this is kind of random, but I would like to have another organ scene of Jones. What say you? Human form of course.
     
  7. Pieter Boelen

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    Another organ scene would be interesting; could be put in the Jack-Davy encounter. Where would that scene the Commodore proposes above go into the script? Before the big battle at the end of the film?
    <!--quoteo--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Large? Yes.
    Epic? No, save it for AWE.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->Agreed. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/doff.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":doff" border="0" alt="doff.gif" />
     
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    The scene that the Commodore proposed will go after they attack Batavia, and the Dutch retaliate by counter-attacking with a larger force, and push the EITC out. Beckett is angry so he readies his fleet and sets sail.



    Commodore, i change my words on what i said about your idea, ITS BRILLIANT!!!!! <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":D" border="0" alt="biggrin.gif" /> I can see that song being played, and do you know the end of it how it sounds like wind howling? Thats when the camera pans up into the clouds on a cloudy day. Like the Black Pearl in COBP at Isla de Muerte. That is also another good piece.


    <!--quoteo--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Large? Yes.
    Epic? No, save it for AWE.<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->
    I think this will be epic in a different way. In a more realistic way. What you should say is:

    Non-fantasy epic? Yes!
    Fantasy epic? Save it for AWE.
     
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    We need to start tying in certain themes here that we can give little names to. Like "Jacks Theme" and a variation of it like "Comical" or "Serious" or "Heroic". We also should discuss what we think of Hans Zimmer and what we should want him to compose. A guideline if you will. So they will have a certain music set to write to when producing the film. This is meant to be different from the other thread. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />
     
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    Just thought I'd bring this thread back as well. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/me.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":onya" border="0" alt="me.gif" />
     
  11. Pieter Boelen

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    My opinion on Hans Zimmer I have already written down earlier in this thread. I must say I am becoming less and less enchancted with his work. I find it altogether too modern, especially for a pirate film. I much prefer purely orchestral music. Hans Zimmer has written some nice stuff for the PotC films, but also some really horrid stuff. His work is of tremendously varying quality.
     
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    His Gladiator was amazing! I love that theme, and I still stand behind my words, that yes he has slacked off a little, but if we provide some sort of guidelines then we can have the good old orchestral pirate music. That is why it is imperative we do...
     
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    He CAN do it; I am certain of that. It seems to me like he just, for whatever reason, doesn't. Which makes him a very frustrating composer for me. His music has the makings of greatness, but it isn't great. Which proves to me that he COULD write something great if he would only try hard enough. This is for me more frustrating than in the case of a composer who just <i>can't</i> write something great. Of course the fact that Hans Zimmer has some sort of recording method which makes real orchestra sound like it was generated in a computer doesn't really help either. <img src="style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wacko.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":wacko:" border="0" alt="wacko.gif" />
     
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    I have updated my folder of pirate film and game music on the FTP. Here's the complete list of what's there, including notes on what's new.

    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
    By Klaus Badelt
    Total Time: 1h 20m 50s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Klaus%20Badelt,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20The%20Curse%20of%20the%20Black%20Pearl/
    Most tracks based on the original soundtrack, but reordered and renamed to be much more accurate to the film.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Main Title
    From the original soundtrack.

    02 - Fog Bound
    From the original soundtrack.

    03 - Jack's Magnificent Entrance
    From the original soundtrack.

    04 - The Day You Almost Caught Captain Jack Sparrow
    From the original soundtrack.

    05 - Blacksmith Fight
    From the original soundtrack.

    06 - A Change in the Wind
    From the DVD. Rear-channel rip; no sound effects.

    07 - Raid on Port Royal
    From the DVD. Rear-channel rip; no sound effects.

    08 - Genious or Madness
    From the original soundtrack.

    09 - Capture of the HMS Interceptor
    From the original soundtrack.

    10 - Tortuga
    From the DVD. Rear-channel rip; no sound effects.

    11 - Dining
    From the DVD. Rear-channel rip; no sound effects.

    12 - Moonlight Serenade
    From the original soundtrack.

    13 - The Black Pearl Gives Chase
    From the original soundtrack.

    14 - Marooned
    From the original soundtrack.

    15 - To the Pirates' Cave
    From the original soundtrack.

    16 - Underwater March
    From the original soundtrack.

    17 - Whose Side is Jack On
    From the original soundtrack.

    18 - An Epic Duel
    From the original soundtrack.

    19 - I Feel...
    From the original soundtrack.

    20 - He's a Pirate
    From the original soundtrack.

    21 - Bring Me That Horizon
    From the original soundtrack.

    22 - End Title
    From the DVD. No sound effects.

    23 - Pirates, Day One, 4:56AM
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    24 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Suite
    Real orchestral suite.

    25 - Symphonic Suite
    Real orchestral suite.

    26 - A Pirate's Life for Me!
    From the Disneyland Ride. Source: Pirates of the Caribbean 2003 game music files.

    27 - A Pirate's Life for Me! (Instrumental)
    From the Disneyland Ride. Source: Pirates of the Caribbean 2003 game music files.

    28 - Trailer #1
    Trailer music by X-Ray Dog.

    29 - Trailer #2
    Drop Zone by Hans Zimmer.

    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
    By Hans Zimmer
    Total Time: 1h 28m 1s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Hans%20Zimmer,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20Dead%20Man's%20Chest/
    Various unreleased tracks from the DVD menus, unreleased suites and promo disc.
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    01 - Jack Sparrow
    From the original soundtrack.

    02 - Main Title - The Turkish Prison
    From the original soundtrack.

    03 - Bootstrap Appears
    From the original soundtrack.

    04 - Deal With Beckett/Jack Drunk
    From the DVD menu. No sound effects.

    05 - Davy Jones
    From the original soundtrack.

    06 - Cannibal Island
    Partly from the original soundtrack. Extended with music from the DVD menu. No sound effects.

    07 - Swinging Cages
    From the original soundtrack.

    08 - Tia Dalma
    From the original soundtrack.

    09 - Dutchman Arrival
    From the DVD menu. No sound effects.

    10 - Father and Son
    From the original soundtrack.

    11 - Two Hornpipes (Tortuga)
    From the original soundtrack.

    12 - Lord Cutler Beckett
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    13 - Wheel of Fortune
    From the original soundtrack.

    14 - The Heart of Davy Jones
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    15 - Jar of Dirt
    From the promo disc.

    16 - The Kraken
    From the original soundtrack.

    17 - Hello Beastie
    From the original soundtrack.

    18 - End Title
    From the DVD. No sound effects.

    19 - Jack's Theme Piano Demo
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    20 - Trailer
    Trailer music by Immediate Music.

    Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
    By Hans Zimmer
    Total Time: 1h 30m 19s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Hans%20Zimmer,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20At%20World's%20End/
    Various unreleased tracks from the unreleased suites and promo disc.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Main Title - Hoist the Colours
    From the original soundtrack.

    02 - Sao Feng
    From the original soundtrack.

    03 - Singapore
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    04 - Will's Deal
    From the promo disc.

    05 - At Wit's End
    From the original soundtrack.

    06 - Davy Jones' Locker
    From the original soundtrack. Ride music and sound added on the end from the DVD. No sound effects.

    07 - Sailing on Sand
    From the original soundtrack.

    08 - I See Dead People in Boats
    From the original soundtrack.

    09 - Up is Down
    From the original soundtrack.

    10 - Escape from the Flying Dutchman
    From the original soundtrack.

    11 - The Brethren Court
    From the original soundtrack.

    12 - Parlay
    From the original soundtrack.

    13 - Calypso
    From the original soundtrack.

    14 - What Shall We Die For
    From the original soundtrack.

    15 - Just Good Business
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    16 - Maelstrom
    From the promo disc.

    17 - I Don't Think Now Is the Best Time
    From the original soundtrack.
    Reordered into film order, with the parachute music added from the "Marry Me" suite.

    18 - One Day
    From the original soundtrack.

    19 - Drink Up Me Hearties
    From the original soundtrack.

    20 - End Title
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.

    21 - Marry Me
    From the Unreleased Suites bonus disc.
    The parachute music is edited out because it is now already in "I Don't Think Now Is the Best Time".

    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
    By Hans Zimmer
    Total Time: 45m 9s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Hans%20Zimmer,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20On%20Stranger%20Tides/
    No unreleased music; just slightly reordered and renamed to more closely approximate the film order.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Guilty of Being Innocent of Being Jack Sparrow
    From the original soundtrack.

    02 - The Pirate That Should Not Be
    From the original soundtrack.
    Rodrigo y Gabriela Spanish track not used in the film.

    03 - Mutiny
    From the original soundtrack.

    04 - Blackbeard
    From the original soundtrack.

    05 - Angelica
    From the original soundtrack.

    06 - Mermaids
    From the original soundtrack.

    07 - South of Heaven's Chanting Mermaids
    From the original soundtrack.
    Rodrigo y Gabriela Spanish track not used in the film.

    08 - Palm Tree Escape
    From the original soundtrack.

    09 - Angry and Dead Again
    From the original soundtrack.
    Rodrigo y Gabriela Spanish track not used in the film.

    10 - The Fountain of Youth
    From the original soundtrack.

    11 - End Title
    From the original soundtrack.
     
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    Pirates of the Caribbean: Music from the Trilogy
    By Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer
    Total Time: 1h 1m 45s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Hans%20Zimmer%20&%20Klaus%20Badelt,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20Music%20from%20the%20Trilogy/
    Tracks from all three films performed an actual full orchestra without digital tinkering.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Moonlight Serenade
    02 - To the Pirates' Cave, Skull and Crossbones
    03 - Underwater March
    04 - The Black Pearl, Will and Elizabeth
    05 - Barbossa Is Hungry
    06 - Davy Jones
    07 - The Kraken
    08 - Dinner Is Served
    09 - Jack Sparrow
    10 - I See Dead People in Boats
    11 - Up Is Down
    12 - What Shall We Die For
    13 - I Don't Think Now Is The Best Time
    14 - Drink Up Me Hearties

    Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow
    By Mark Griskey
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Mark%20Griskey,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20The%20Legend%20of%20Jack%20Sparrow/
    Total Time: 11m 9s
    Some fun action music with hints of the film themes and somewhat the same style, but otherwise quite different and worth a listen.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Suite

    Pirates of the Caribbean: New Horizons
    By Yuri Poteyenko
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Yuri%20Poteyenko,%20Pirates%20of%20the%20Caribbean%20-%20New%20Horizons/
    Total Time: 1h 7m 16s
    Music from the 2003 Akella "Pirates of the Caribbean" game. Note that the music has got no relation whatsoever with the music from the Pirates of the Caribbean films.
    Ordering, track titles and shameless PiratesAhoy! Pirates of the Caribbean: New Horizons (aka. Build 14 modpack) promotion by me.
    [​IMG]

    01 - Main Title
    02 - Barbados, 15 April 1690
    03 - Calm Waters
    04 - Sea Battle at Jamaica
    05 - Port Royale
    06 - Robert Christopher Silehard
    07 - Dungeon Fight
    08 - The Open Sea
    09 - Hurricane
    10 - Making Shore
    11 - Bandits
    11 - Kralendijk, Bonaire
    12 - The Dutch Shipyard
    13 - Fighting for a New Ship
    14 - The Spanish Governor
    15 - The Local Pub
    16 - Walk to the Smugglers' Lair
    17 - Unfriendly Jungles
    18 - Buccaneers Camp
    19 - Encounter with the Mefisto
    20 - Saving the Animists' Captives
    21 - Sailing the Caribbean
    23 - The Incan Treasure
    24 - Sinking the Black Pearl
    25 - End Title

    Sea Dogs
    By Yuri Poteyenko
    Total Time: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Yuri%20Poteyenko,%20Sea%20Dogs/
    Link: 31m 24s
    Very good nautical sounding music, with also distinct music for the different nations.
    See here for a review: http://www.originalsoundversion.com/sea-dogs-gentlemen-o-fortune-get-an-epic-soundtrack-review/
    [​IMG]

    01 - Main Title
    02 - Storm
    03 - England Theme
    04 - Battle Theme - ''Dies Irae''
    05 - France Theme
    06 - Spain Theme
    07 - Defeat Theme - ''Domine Jesu''
    08 - Fog
    09 - Triumph
    10 - Sunrise
    11 - End Title

    Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales
    By Yuri Poteyenko
    Total Time: 59m 49s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Yuri%20Poteyenko,%20Age%20of%20Pirates%20-%20Caribbean%20Tales/
    Sounds quite nautical, but also fairly quiet.
    See here for a review: http://www.tracksounds.com/reviews/age_pirates_caribbean_tales_yury_poteyenko.htm
    [​IMG]

    01 - Rise of the Sun
    02 - Morning Breeze
    03 - Corsairs' Hymn - Part 1
    04 - Corsairs' Hymn - Part 2
    05 - Raging Clash
    06 - Shoreless Ocean
    07 - Town Life
    08 - Flibustere's Vengeance
    09 - On the Aboardage!
    10 - Battle to the Death
    11 - Island Settlement
    12 - Caribbean Islands
    13 - Silent Bay
    14 - Moon Trail
    15 - Coming of the Storm
     
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    The Black Swan
    By Alfred Newman
    Total Time: 1h 8m 28s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Alfred%20Newman,%20The%20Black%20Swan/
    Not the best sound quality.

    Overture from The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
    By Bernard Herrmann
    Total Time: 2m 7s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Bernard%20Herrmann,%20The%207th%20Voyage%20of%20Sinbad/
    First track from the full re-recorded film score. Good sound quality.

    Mutiny on the Bounty
    By Bronislau Kaper
    Total Time: 3h 58m 22s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Bronislau%20Kaper,%20Mutiny%20on%20the%20Bounty/

    The Master of Ballantrae
    By Bruce Broughton
    Total Time: 49m 47s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Bruce%20Broughton,%20The%20Master%20of%20Ballantrae/
    Not the best sound quality.

    Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World
    By Christopher Gordon
    Total Time: 58m 15s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Christopher%20Gordon,%20Master%20and%20Commander%20-%20The%20Far%20Side%20of%20the%20World/

    Moby Dick
    By Christopher Gordon
    Total Time: 1h 12m 12s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Christopher%20Gordon,%20Moby%20Dick/
    Edited short tracks together and made sure tracks no longer flow into each other, but have beginning and endings.

    Treasure Island: The Adventure Begins
    By Christopher L. Stone
    Total Time: 41m 52s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Christopher%20L.%20Stone,%20Treasure%20Island%20-%20The%20Adventure%20Begins/

    Christopher Columbus: The Discovery
    By Cliff Eidelman
    Total Time: 42m 50s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Cliff%20Eidelman,%20Christopher%20Columbus%20-%20The%20Discovery/

    Treasure Island
    By Cliffton Parker
    Total Time: 2m 4s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Cliffton%20Parker,%20Treasure%20Island/
    Not the best sound quality.

    The Buccaneer
    By Elmer Bernstein
    Total Time: 1h 1m 11s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Elmer%20Bernstein,%20The%20Buccaneer/
    Not the best sound quality.

    Masters and Commanders: Music from Seafaring Film Classics
    By Erich Kunzel and Various Composers
    Total Time: 1h 23m 22s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Erich%20Kunzel,%20Masters%20and%20Commanders/
    Additional tracks added from "Swashbucklers of the Silver Screen" and the Dutch "Vliegende Hollander" Efteling ride.
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    01 - ''Conquest'' from Captain From Castile
    02 - ''The Mayflower'' from The Plymouth Adventure
    03 - ''The Medallion Calls'' from Pirates of the Caribbean
    04 - ''The Black Pearl'' from Pirates of the Caribbean
    05 - ''He's a Pirate'' from Pirates of the Caribbean
    06 - ''Jack Sparrow'' from Pirates of the Caribbean
    07 - ''Tortuga (Two Hornpipes)'' from Pirates of the Caribbean
    08 - ''Overture'' from Captain Blood
    09 - ''Los Manolos'' from Master and Commander
    10 - ''Prelude'' from The Buccaneer
    11 - ''Out to Sea'' from The Buccaneer
    12 - ''Overture'' from Anne of the Indies
    13 - ''Arctic Whale Hunt'' from The White Dawn
    14 - ''Suite'' from The Sea Hawk
    15 - ''Main Theme'' from Mutiny on the Bounty
    16 - ''Suite'' from Captain Courageous
    17 - ''Main Title - The Ship'' from Windjammer
    18 - ''Overture'' from The Crimson Permanent Assurance
    19 - ''Pirate Capers Overture'' from The Crimson Pirate
    20 - ''Suite'' from The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
    21 - ''End Title'' from Cutthroat Island
    22 -'' De Legende'' from De Vliegende Hollander

    Captain Blood
    By Erich Wolfgang Korngold
    Total Time: 14m 7s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Erich%20Wolfgang%20Korngold,%20Captain%20Blood/
    Re-recorded suite in good sound quality.

    The Sea Hawk
    By Erich Wolfgang Korngold
    Total Time: 1h 54m 26s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Erich%20Wolfgang%20Korngold,%20The%20Sea%20Hawk/
    Full re-recorded film score in good sound quality.

    Anne of the Indies
    By Franz Waxman
    Total Time: 1h 2m 24s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Franz%20Waxman,%20Anne%20of%20the%20Indies/
    Not the best sound quality.
     
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    The Count of Monte Cristo
    By Edward Shearmur
    Total Time: 51m 8s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Edward%20Shearmur,%20The%20Count%20of%20Monte%20Cristo/
    Period appropriate music, including "Training Montage", which is very close in style to Jack Sparrow's theme from the PotC films.

    Pirates
    By Guy-Roger Duvert
    Total Time: 42m 4s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Guy-Roger%20Duvert,%20Pirates/
    Music not from any film or game, but quite similar in style to the PotC film music.
    For whatever strange reason, contains occasional sound effects, but apparently this was intentional on the part of the composer.

    Against All Flags
    By Hans J. Salter
    Total Time: 22m 3s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Hans%20J.%20Salter,%20Against%20All%20Flags/
    Not the best sound quality.

    Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
    By Harry Gregson-Williams
    Total Time: 1h 11m 13s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Harry%20Gregson-Williams,%20Sinbad%20-%20Legend%20of%20the%20Seven%20Seas/

    The White Dawn
    By Henry Mancini
    Total Time: 11m 35s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Henry%20Mancini,%20The%20White%20Dawn/
    Suite from the film in good sound quality.

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
    By James Horner
    Total Time: ?
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/James%20Horner,%20Star%20Trek%20II%20-%20The%20Wrath%20of%20Khan/
    Not actual pirate/seafaring film music, but deliberately close in style.

    Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
    By James Horner
    Total Time: 6m 19s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/James%20Horner,%20Star%20Trek%20III%20-%20The%20Search%20for%20Spock/
    End Title from the film with a very seafaring style.

    The Legend of Zorro
    By James Horner
    Total Time: 1h 15m 42s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/James%20Horner,%20The%20Legend%20of%20Zorro/
    Spanish-sounding music.

    The Mask of Zorro
    By James Horner
    Total Time: 1h 10m 3s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/James%20Horner,%20The%20Mask%20of%20Zorro/
    Spanish-sounding music.

    The Pagemaster
    By James Horner
    Total Time: 11m 8s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/James%20Horner,%20The%20Pagemaster/
    Two tracks from the pirate-themes scenes in the film.

    Star Trek I: The Motion Picture
    By Jerry Goldsmith
    Total Time: 8m 49s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Jerry%20Goldsmith,%20Star%20Trek%20I%20-%20The%20Motion%20Picture/
    Two alternate tracks not used in the film with a very clear influence of seafaring film music.

    Swashbuckler
    By John Addison
    Total Time: 32m 56s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/John%20Addison,%20Swashbuckler/
    Not the best sound quality.

    Cutthroat Island
    By John Debney
    Total Time: 2h 0m 15s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/John%20Debney,%20Cutthroat%20Island/
    The most amazing large-scale orchestral and choral pirate film music you'll ever hear.

    Horatio Hornblower
    By John Keane
    Total Time: 2m 12s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/John%20Keane,%20Horatio%20Hornblower/
    Two short tracks from the TV series.

    Hook
    By John Williams
    Total Time: 29m 20s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/John%20Williams,%20Hook/
    Some high-quality very piratey music in here for Captain James T. Hook.

    Jaws
    By John Williams
    Total Time: 12m 59s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/John%20Williams,%20Jaws/
    Three suites containing some very good seafaring music.

    El Cid
    By Miklos Rosza
    Total Time: 3h 2m 4s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Mikl%f3s%20R%f3zsa,%20El%20Cid/
    Spanish-sounding music.

    The Plymouth Adventure
    By Miklos Rosza
    Total Time: 55m 15s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Mikl%f3s%20R%f3zsa,%20The%20Plymouth%20Adventure/

    Treasured Island
    By Nicholas Dodd
    Total Time: 43m 10s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Nicholas%20Dodd,%20Treasured%20Island/

    Shipwrecked
    By Patrick Doyle
    Total Time: 37m 35s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Patrick%20Doyle,%20Shipwrecked/

    Moby Dick
    By Philip Sainton
    Total Time: 1h 1m 41s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Philip%20Sainton,%20Moby%20Dick/

    Pirates!
    By Philippe Sarde
    Total Time: 57m 11s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Philippe%20Sarde,%20Pirates!/
    From Roman Polanski's Pirates!

    Captain Horatio Hornblower
    By Robert Farnon
    Total Time: 21m 10s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Robert%20Farnon,%20Captain%20Horatio%20Hornblower/
    Suite in good sound quality from the old movie with Gregory Peck.

    Pirate Master Theme
    By Russ Landau
    Total Time: 42m 19s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Russ%20Landau,%20Pirate%20Master%20Theme/
    From the TV program. Somewhat modern-sounding, but matches well with the PotC film music and has some nice near-appropriate music too.

    Nate and Hayes
    By Trevor Jones
    Total Time: 39m 47s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Trevor%20Jones,%20Nate%20and%20Hayes/
    Not just the End Credits now, but the full soundtrack with a lot more good stuff.

    No Man's Land
    By Unknown
    Total Time: 1h 24m 5s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Unknown,%20No%20Man's%20Land/
    From the RTS game. Contains specific English, Spanish, Indian and American ambient and action music.

    Empire: Total War
    By Richard Beddow
    Total Time: 56m 25s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Richard%20Beddow,%20Empire%20-%20Total%20War/
    From the RTS game.

    Napoleon: Total War
    By Richard Beddow
    Total Time: 53m 5s
    Link: http://www.pyratesahoy.com/potc/Pieter%20Pirate%20Music/Richard%20Beddow,%20Napoleon%20-%20Total%20War/
    From the RTS game.
     
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    I hope you people find the above useful. If you know of any other pirate film music or something like that which I haven't posted above, please let me know! :woot
     
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    the treasure planet soundtrack, maybe. it certainly has the right tone.
     
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    Ah! Forgot to upload that one; do have it though. Indeed does work with it. Also forgot to upload 1492: Conquest of Paradise by Vangelis.
    That one's quite inappropriate, even more so than the modern styled PotC film music, but makes for some good listening anyway.
     

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