Timeline [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Timeline, Richard Donner's 14th century France time-travel debacle, has been plagued by strife since its not so humble, big-budget beginnings. After the departure of original composer Jerry Goldsmith, the studio -- which was already losing money -- decided to go with relative newcomer Brian Tyler. Tyler, who has done excellent work on the horror films Frailty and Darkness Falls as well as the obscure rockabilly, kung fu, road-trip movie Six-String Samurai, is definitely game for the adventure. His score is spirited along by the need to impress and the enthusiasm of just doing it at all. This is stirring, manly battle music with a memorable motif that echoes The...
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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Timeline, Richard Donner's 14th century France time-travel debacle, has been plagued by strife since its not so humble, big-budget beginnings. After the departure of original composer Jerry Goldsmith, the studio -- which was already losing money -- decided to go with relative newcomer Brian Tyler. Tyler, who has done excellent work on the horror films Frailty and Darkness Falls as well as the obscure rockabilly, kung fu, road-trip movie Six-String Samurai, is definitely game for the adventure. His score is spirited along by the need to impress and the enthusiasm of just doing it at all. This is stirring, manly battle music with a memorable motif that echoes The Lord of the Rings composer Howard Shore's "Rohan" theme. He deftly handles love scenes with grace and dexterity, never falling victim to the horrific ten-minute swells perfected by contemporaries like James Horner and the aforementioned Goldsmith. While much of the blustery horns and taut, squealing strings would be just as comfortable in a television miniseries, the composer inserts moments of quiet majesty and melody with the precision of a future Oscar contender.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/25/2003
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • UPC: 030206653120
  • Catalog Number: 066531

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Main Title - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:14)
  2. 2 Galvanize the Troops - Hollywood Studio Symphony (0:45)
  3. 3 Battle of La Roque - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:15)
  4. 4 Troops in the Fog - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:39)
  5. 5 Battalion - Hollywood Studio Symphony (0:48)
  6. 6 1357 France - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:54)
  7. 7 Enter the Wormhole - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:49)
  8. 8 Timeline - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:29)
  9. 9 Lady Claire and Marek - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:39)
  10. 10 Night Arrows - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:52)
  11. 11 Transcription Errors - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:05)
  12. 12 Storming the Castle - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:12)
  13. 13 Battlefield Revealed - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:07)
  14. 14 Interruptus - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:52)
  15. 15 Mysterioso - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:47)
  16. 16 Eternal - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:25)
  17. 17 Village Burned - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:18)
  18. 18 Descent - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:44)
  19. 19 History Will Change - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:12)
  20. 20 Past and Present - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:23)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Brian Tyler Primary Artist, Bouzouki, Percussion, Conductor, Electric Guitar, Keyboards
Sid Page Violin
Robert Becker Viola
Charlie Bisharat Violin
Denyse Buffum Viola
Larry Corbett Cello
Wade Culbreath Percussion
Brian Dembow Viola
Joel Derouin Violin
Richard Feves Bass
Ronald Folsom Violin
Berj Garabedian Violin
Endre Granat Violin, Concert Master
Daniel Greco Percussion
Paula Hochhalter Cello
Carrie Holzman-Little Viola
Alan Kaplan Trombone
Brian Kilgore Percussion
Victor Lawrence Cello
Roger Lebow Cello
Dane Little Cello
Warren Luening Trumpet
Brian Pezzone Keyboards
Kazi Pitelka Viola
Karie Prescott Viola
James Sawyer Trombone
Jim Self Tuba
David Shamban Cello
David Shostac Flute
Kurt Snyder Horn
Kevan Torfeh Cello
Josefina Vergara Violin
Dmitri Boviard Viola
Daniel Kelley Horn
David Riddles Bassoon
Christina Soule Cello
Brian D. O'Connor Horn
Peter Doubrovsky Bass
Jeanne Evans Violin
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. Trombone
Natalie Leggett Violin
Rowena Hamil Cello
Andrew Picken Viola
Yu Tong Sharp Violin
Nico Abondolo Bass
Armen Anassian Violin
Al Hershberger Violin
Laurence Greenfield Violin
Emily Bernstein Clarinet
Neil Garber Bass
Irina Voloshina Violin
Rose Corrigan Bassoon
Tim Powell Bass
Margaret Parkins Cello
Trevor Handy Cello
Thomas Dienner Viola
Galina Golovin Violin
Samuel Formicola Viola
Piotr Jandula Viola
Maria Casale Harp
Ralph Williams Clarinet
Nicolas Philippon Bass
Ishani Bhoola Violin
Phillip Yao Horn
Shanti Randall Viola
Hollywood Studio Symphony Performing Ensemble
Marina Manukian Violin
Shalini Vijayan Violin
Steven Roberts Clarinet
Julia Ann Gigante Violin
Leanne Becknell Oboe
Timothy C. Divers Trumpet
Christine E. Frank Violin
Steve Richards Cello
Michele Richards Violin
Karen Van Sant Viola
Donald Ferrone Bass
Phillip Teele Trombone
Tomas Raney Percussion
Erika Duke-Kirkpatrick Cello
Vanessa Freebairn-Smith Cello
Mario de León Violin
Lily Ho Chen Violin
David H. Speltz Cello
Louise di Tullio Flute
Jon Lewis Trumpet
Timothy Eckert Bass
Technical Credits
Brian Dembow Principal
Daniel Greco Principal
Alan Kaplan Principal
Robert Townson Executive Producer
David Riddles Principal
Brian D. O'Connor Principal
Erick Labson Mastering
Jeff Vaughn Engineer, Engineering
Robert Elhai Orchestration
Nico Abondolo Principal
Emily Bernstein Principal
Brian Tyler Composer, Programming, Producer, Orchestration
Julianne Masted Stage Coordinator
Dana Niu Orchestration
Julia Ann Gigante Principal
Dante Dauz Scoring Assistant
David H. Speltz Principal
Louise di Tullio Principal
Jon Lewis Principal
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Tyler Makes a Strong Impression

    Only rarely will I buy a movie soundtrack without seeing the movie, and when I do, it is usually because I am a devoted fan of the composer. That said, Timeline proved to be a gamble well worth the price even though I had not seen the movie or heard of the composer. The soundtrack came to my attention for two reasons. One, I'd heard how Jerry Goldsmith was the composer for the film. Two, I was also a fan of the novel. When I discovered that the relatively unknown Brian Tyler had replaced Goldsmith, my initial reaction was disappointment. Based on the samples I heard on this website; though, I decided I still wanted to get this soundtrack. Despite my initial hesitation, I have not regretted getting Timeline. Other reviews, by critics and others who bought Timeline, seem to compare Tyler with Goldsmith, Howard Shore and John Barry. Personally, I found several moments more reminiscent of James Horner's early works, such as Star Trek II & Aliens. One gets the feeling that Tyler is still trying to perfect his style, but any rough spots in Timeline are brief. I have to agree with Mr. Monger’s review in that Tyler shows a GREAT deal of promise. Some Oscar nods might come Tyler’s way in the next few years if Hollywood has the wisdom to attach his work to some more commercially and critically successful films.

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