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How Hans Zimmer draws you in with music that blends the border of sound and images

In this special two-part conversation, Hans Zimmer looks back at his career from his early days in a synth-pop band to scoring some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters.
Composer Hans Zimmer. (Getty Images)

Film composer Hans Zimmer had a blockbuster year in 2017. He took his music on the road for the first time, earned a Golden Globe nomination for the Dunkirk score, and worked on music for Blade Runner 2049. He joined Tom Power to look back at his career from his early days in a synth-pop band to scoring some of Hollywood's biggest movies.

Produced by Chris Trowbridge​

 

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