Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

Directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg



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Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith and the orchestra prepare for the next take
The violin section on <em>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</em>
First row: supervising orchestrator Bruce Fowler, additional music composer Phill Boucher, composer Geoff Zanelli, and scoring mixer Alan Meyerson. Second row: assistant music editor Allegra De Souza, music editor Peter Oso Snell, and ProTools recordist Kevin Globerman
The cello section
A massive brass section performs on <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i>
Assistant music editor Allegra De Souza and ProTools recordist Kevin Globerman
Additional music composers Zak McNeil and Phill Boucher go over a cue with composer Geoff Zanelli
Composer Geoff Zanelli makes some edits to his score
Additional music composers Zak McNeil and Phill Boucher watch the session with composer Geoff Zanelli
The French horn section on <em>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</em>
Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith
The trumpet section: Barry Perkins, Jon Lewis, and Rob Schaer
Barry Perkins performs on trumpet
A violinist makes an edit to her part
Cellist Steve Erdody warms up
The Hollywood Studio Symphony performs on <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i>
The music team listens as composer Geoff Zanelli's score for <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i> is recorded
Composer Geoff Zanelli utilized a wide array of woodwind instruments
Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith and composer Geoff Zanelli go over a cue with supervising orchestrator Bruce Fowler (seated) while additional music composer Zak McNeil takes notes
Nick Glennie-Smith conducts the strings and woodwinds
Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith records with the brass section
Composer Geoff Zanelli (right) goes over a cue with additional music composer Paul Mounsey
The music team on <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i> (L-R): supervising orchestrator Bruce Fowler, score wrangler Bob Badami, orchestrator Zak McNeil, orchestrator Phill Boucher, assistant music editor Allegra De Souza, composer Geoff Zanelli, music editor Peter Oso Snell, scoring mixer Alan Meyerson, and ProTools recordist Kevin Globerman
Assistant music editor Allegra De Souza and music editor Peter Oso Snell go over a cue with additional music composers Phill Boucher and Zak McNeil
The bassoons
Composer Geoff Zanelli and scoring mixer Alan Meyerson
The trombones
Ralph Williams performs on contrabass clarinet
The orchestra records a cue with conductor Nick Glennie-Smith
Supervising orchestrator Bruce Fowler, additional music composers Zak McNeil and Phill Boucher, composer Geoff Zanelli, and scoring mixer Alan Meyerson
The brass section performs on <em>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</em>
Scoring mixer Alan Meyerson, composer Geoff Zanelli, additional music composer Phill Boucher, supervising orchestrator Bruce Fowler, and ProTools recordist Kevin Globerman (foreground)
The booth watches conductor Nick Glennie-Smith records composer Geoff Zanelli's score to <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i> with the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith and the Hollywood Studio Symphony record a cue
Cellist Steve Erdody rehearses a cue
The music team during the <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i> sessions
The cello section makes an edit to their parts
Conductor Nick Glennie-Smith with the Hollywood Studio Symphony
The woodwind section on <em>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</em>
The bass section between takes
The orchestra and conductor Nick Glennie-Smith record a cue from <i>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales</i>
The violins
The French horns
The music team listens to the orchestra
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