The recorded music hobbits

2013-08-07 10:30:35 | 日記

The orchestra was due to hold concerts in Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton and Auckland in late September to mark the 200th birthday of Richard Wagner and the 100th birthday of Benjamin Britten.

The four Heights of Passion dates have been ditched to allow the orchestra to complete its work on the soundtrack for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug which is due for release in December.

"Unfortunately, the recording schedule coincides with our Heights of Passion concert series and string embroidery, as a result, we have had to cancel the whole tour.

"We are offering a full refund of the tickets you have purchased for this concert," the orchestra said in a statement.

Publicist Trudy Shannon told WENN: "There have been a few noisy constituents as you'd expect, but overwhelmingly the public support is in favour of The Hobbit.

"People who have had this situation explained to them can see the financial benefits of a six-week full-time recording over a four-concert tour case for samsung galaxy."

The recording will take place in the Wellington Town Hall.

The orchestra is no stranger to films made by Sir Peter Jackson, recording the track for Canada-born Howard Shore's score for The Lord of the Rings in Wellington in 2001.

"We feel very lucky and excited to be able to work with the extraordinary talents of the NZSO in this world class auditorium as Howard Shore once again journeys into Middle Earth," Sir Peter said in a statement last month.

NZSO chief executive Christopher Blake said at the time: "Recording film soundtracks requires particular focus and efficiency - our musicians have to play to the highest levels and often under significant time pressures nu skin product. It's a demanding process to be part of and we know our players will do a fantastic job."
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