Bourne Supremacy

The Bourne Supremacy

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The espionage genre requires a soundtrack as taut as its subject matter, so it came as no surprise when composer John Powell (The Bourne Identity) (The Italian Job) signed on to score the second installment of Robert Ludlum's popular Jason Bourne series. Powell expands on the themes from the previous film, adding a bevy of nervous percussion to the

Overview

The espionage genre requires a soundtrack as taut as its subject matter, so it came as no surprise when composer John Powell (The Bourne Identity) (The Italian Job) signed on to score the second installment of Robert Ludlum's popular Jason Bourne series. Powell expands on the themes from the previous film, adding a bevy of nervous percussion to the already tense staccato string motif that follows Matt Damon as he circumnavigates the globe to clear his name in the sequel, The Bourne Supremacy. This time around, the composer reins in some of the first film's bombast, allowing the spaces between the orchestral and electronic bursts to simmer in anticipation, resulting in a more refined and elegant score. Moby provides the film's closing credits with "Extreme Ways," a track that also appeared in the first film.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/27/2004
Label:
Varese Sarabande
UPC:
0030206659221
catalogNumber:
066592
Rank:
45428

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Moby   Track Performer
Bruce Dukov   Violin,Concert Master
Sid Page   Violin
Richard Altenbach   Violin
Rick Baptist   Trumpet
Charlie Bisharat   Violin
Curt Bisquera   Drums
Gregg Bissonette   Drums
Mari Tsumura   Violin
Jacqueline Brand   Violin
Darius Campo   Violin
Dave Carpenter   Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta   Drums
Douglas Davis   Celli
Brian Dembow   Viola
Joel Derouin   Violin
George Doering   Guitar
Bernie Dresel   Percussion
Stephen Erdody   Celli
Michael Fisher   Percussion
Ronald Folsom   Violin
Walt Fowler   Trumpet
Rick Gerding   Viola
Julie Gigante   Violin
Endre Granat   Violin
Gary Grant   Trumpet
Daniel Greco   Percussion
Clayton Haslop   Violin
Todd Hemmenway   Celli
Dennis Karmazyn   Celli
Roland Kato   Viola
Randy Kerber   Piano
Brian Kilgore   Percussion
Dimitrie Leivici   Violin
Dane Little   Celli
Charles Loper   Trombone
David Low   Celli
Michael Markman   Violin
Edward Meares   Bass
Bruce Morgenthaler   Bass
Robin Olson   Violin
Simon Oswell   Viola
Katia Popov   Violin
Barbara Porter   Violin
Mark Robertson   Violin
Jay Rosen   Violin
Anatoly Rosinsky   Violin
Cecilia Tsan   Celli
Brad Warnaar   Horn
Ken Wild   Bass
Ken Yerke   Violin
Andrew Shulman   Celli
Sebastian Toettcher   Celli
John Walz   Celli
Susan Ranney   Bass
Lisa Sutton   Violin
Jeanne Evans   Violin
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Trombone
Norm Hughes   Violin
Natalie Leggett   Violin
Christian Kollgaard   Bass
Timothy Landauer   Celli
Rafael Rishik   Violin
Pete Anthony   Conductor
Nico Abondolo   Bass
Shawn Mann   Viola
Antony Cooke   Celli
John A. Reynolds   Horn
David Parmeter   Bass
Keith Greene   Viola
David R. Stone   Bass
Robert Berg   Viola
Eun Mee Ahn   Violin
Roberto Cani   Violin
Michael Valerio   Bass
Eric J. Hosler   Violin
Phillip Yao   Horn
Dave Walther   Viola
Shanti Randall   Viola
Hollywood Studio Symphony   Performing Ensemble
Cassandra Richburg   Viola
John Powell   Guitar
Bernie Dressell   Percussion
Steven Holtman   Trombone
Phillip Teele   Trombone
Victoria Miskolczy   Viola
Michael Nowak   Viola
David Duke   Horn
Marlow Fisher   Viola
Chris Ermacoff   Celli
Franklyn D'Antonio   Violin
Steven Becknell   Horn
Craig Bissonnette   Drums
Mario de León   Violin
Matthew Funes   Viola
David H. Speltz   Celli
Michael O'Donovan   Bassoon,Soloist
Brian O'Connor   Horn

Technical Credits

Bruce Fowler   Orchestration
Moby   Composer
Rick Baptist   Principal
Brian Dembow   Principal
Stephen Erdody   Principal
Julie Gigante   Principal
Charles Loper   Principal
Suzette Moriarty   Orchestration
Dennis Sands   Engineer,Engineering
John Hugh Thomas   Arranger,Programming
Robert Townson   Executive Producer
Brad Warnaar   Principal
Erik Zobler   Engineer
Steve Kempster   Engineer,Engineering
Elizabeth Finch   Orchestration
Nico Abondolo   Principal
Germaine Franco   Score Production Coordinator
Daniel Lerner   Synthesizer Engineer
Rick Giovinazzo   Orchestration
John Powell   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer
T.J. Lindgren   Arranger,Programming
John Ashton Thomas   Programming

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The Bourne Supremacy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I saw The Bourne Identity, I recall the soundtrack did not make a strong impression on me. Watching The Bourne Surpremacy could not have proven a more different experience. Within minutes of the movie's start, I started to realize I wanted this soundtrack. My wife and I have both enjoyed this soundtrack and have listened to it more than I would have expected during the past month. This music is cool, intense and smooth. I am very curious to explore some of John Powell's other works now.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Bourne Supremacy soundtrack is similar to the previous film, the Bourne Identity. It combines old themes with new themes, of which the strings dominate most. The music is subtle at times, equal to the mood of the movie when Jason Bourne has to be subtle in order to blend into his environment and escape his pursuers. It also involves rattling percussion at times and at other times a deep bass line, which is equal once again to the subtlty and also to the rage or hurried movement of the main character. But whether the theme be made up mostly of a particular orchestral section it truly relates to the movie in a way that fits perfectly whether you a watching the feature film or sinking into your own unique environment just with the accompaniment of this amazingly connected soundtrack.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I totally enjoyed the movie, quite the alpha male flick, good easy listenin music, but what left an impression on me is the music in the Russian Bar, when the Russian Solder was recalled to finish his job. What is that elusive tune?