The nightclub 54 Below said Tuesday it will present two world-premiere concert performances of Hit List on Dec. 9 featuring some of the stars from the series, including Jeremy Jordan, Andy Mientus and Krysta Rodriguez. Looking for things to do? Select one or more criteria to search Kid-friendly Get ideas Later Tuesday, the 150-seat nightclub said both shows had sold out in an hour. Tickets were $55 plus a $25 food and beverage minimum. On the second season of Smash, the musical Hit List was a gritty, low-tech off-Broadway show that became a theater community darling and later competed with the glitzy Broadway-bound musical about the life of Marilyn Monroe called Bombshell. Hit List songs were written by Drew Gasparini, Joe Iconis, Andrew McMahon, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman and Lucie Silvas. Smash was cancelled this summer after two seasons. ___ Online: http://54below.com Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
4. Secret Weapons Over Normandy Main Theme, composed by Michael Giacchino: This score is a Second World War masterpiece. It perfectly captures the classic film scores of 1940-1950s airborne wartime films. In particular, this track is a throwback to Ron Goodwin and his 633 Squadron main theme, one of my favourite film scores. The brass is epic, and the orchestration is fascinating a down to a gong-roll and low brass flutter tongue at the beginning which actually feels like a plane engine! 3. Gerudo Valley From The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time, composed by Koji Kondo: This is a very propulsive theme, very simple and elegant in its structure. Originally, the track has heavy Spanish flamenco influences. For Symphony of the Goddesses, I was able to take the track and turn it into a gigantic fanfare. 2. Ballad of the Goddess, from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: This melody is absolutely gorgeous and infectious. The theme is actually Princess Zeldaas classic theme played backwards and re-harmonized. Aside from it being a brilliant concept, I very much enjoy the development and orchestration of the melody itself. 1. Ballad of the Windfish from The Legend of Zelda: Linkas Awakening: Anybody who knows me knows I will always pick music which is off the beaten trail.