Hans Zimmer turns 64 today. The notorious German music author is frequently contrasted with the unbelievable John Williams, the Master, as he has regularly been called, and not without reason. In fact, Zimmer has far to go before we can place him in a similar class as Williams, yet he is apparently the nearest we have at the present time.
In something like one way, Zimmer is the advanced John Williams. Williams scored the music of probably the greatest blockbusters of the last third of twentieth century and mid 21st century. Star Wars, Superman, Jaws, Jurassic Park, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Harry Potter — the rundown goes on and on.If you pay attention to signature music of motion pictures and have seen famous Hollywood films, chances are, you are now personally acquainted with Williams’ work. His impact gets increasingly amazing when you look further into him.He has characterized what exactly film music is intended for the greater part a century. So far, he has won 25 Grammy Awards and five Oscars. That is a significant resume, thus far, neither Zimmer nor any other individual is anyplace close the extent that awards are concerned.However, Zimmer is an expert. He possesses a comparable spot in motion pictures of late twentieth and mid 21st century. His credits incorporate The Lion King, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Dark Knight, Inception, Batman v Superman, Interstellar, among others. The sheer number of well known films he has offered music to shows that he is the one genuine beneficiary of Williams.
Truly, Zimmer doesn’t rule the scene as authoritatively as the Master. In any case, to emphasize, he comes nearest to the position Williams appreciated.
Aside from their recognized situation in the business, their styles are very unique as well. While Williams is completely disposed towards customary symphonic and traditional styles in the vein of Wagner, Zimmer is available to consolidating electronic music in his work and is indeed known most notable for merging the two styles to make something new like in The Dark Knight set of three.