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Hop [Original Score]

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>Lennertz, Christopher : Hop, film score
>Theodore, Ali : The Pink Berets
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Recording information: The Eastwood Scoring Stage, Warner Brothers Studios.

Directed by Tim Hill, who helmed the 2007 reboot of Alvin and the Chipmunks, 2011's Hop follows the adventures of the Easter Bunny's rebellious teenage son (voiced by Russell Brand) who goes to Hollywood to become a rock & roll drummer. Composer Christopher Lennertz (Marmaduke, Meet the Spartans) provides the animated film with a magical, appropriately pastoral score, which weaves in elements of classical and world music throughout its 35-track runtime. "Prologue / Easter Island" sets the tone with a vaguely Celtic motif that's reminiscent of Howard Shore's "Hobbit Theme" from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, before introducing a more modern feel that relies on the increasingly percussive nature of its protagonist. ~ James Christopher Monger



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>Lennertz, Christopher : Hop, film score
  • Performers: Jennifer Barnes (Soprano); Michael Barry (Programming); Joan Beal (Voice); Edie Boddicker (Voice); Eric Bradley (Voice); Reid Bruton (Voice); Joanna Bushnell (Voice); Elin Carlson (Soprano); Alvin Chea (Spoken Vocals); Amy Fogerson (Voice); Mike Geiger (Voice); Todd Haberman (Programming); Karen Harper (Voice); Walt Harrah (Voice); Ayana Haviv (Voice); Wataru Hokoyama (Programming); Elissa Johnston (Soprano); Joyce. Jon (Voice); Teri Koide (Voice); Michael Lichtenauer (Countertenor); Donna Medine (Voice); Michael Patti (Programming); Fletcher Sheridan (Voice); Sally Stevens (Voice); Richard Wells (Voice); John West (Bass); Greg Whipple (Voice); Gerald White (Voice)
  • Conductor: Christopher Lennertz
  • Running Time: 2 min. 7 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Form: Film Score

>Theodore, Ali : The Pink Berets
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Christopher Lennertz, Julian Michael Davis, Jordan Yaeger, Bryan Spitzer.
  • Running Time: 2 min. 23 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Form: Vocal