Caribbean Pirate Treasure - Netflix
Gear up for underwater adventures with Philippe Cousteau, grandson of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, and his journalist wife, Ashlan, as they investigate incredible stories of lost loot and pirates' plunder in some of the world's most beautiful seas. Along with exotic marine life, the crystal blue waters of gorgeous destinations like Antigua, Dominican Republic and Belize hold countless tales of shipwrecks, pirates and valuable booty. In each episode of Caribbean Pirate Treasure, spirited explorers Philippe and Ashlan harness their 30-year expertise to dive into a different deep-sea mystery. Meeting with passionate locals and treasure-hunting experts, the couple follows clues on land and sea in search of legendary hidden loot.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Caribbean Pirate Treasure - Pirates of the Caribbean: Soundtrack Treasures Collection - Netflix
Pirates of the Caribbean: Soundtrack Treasures Collection is a collection of soundtrack albums from Walt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy along with some exclusive extra features including several suites of never-before-released music and a bonus DVD containing videos from behind the scenes, making of the music and interviews with composer Hans Zimmer. The set was released on December 4, 2007.
Caribbean Pirate Treasure - Description of Disc Four - Netflix
The contents of the first three discs are identical to the previously released soundtrack albums. As hinted by Hans Zimmer in a podcast interview with SoundtrackNet, the fourth disc comes with several suites of music that contain Zimmer's original ideas for the second sequel's new themes: “Pirates, Day One 4:56am” is a shortened and edited version of the first demo Hans Zimmer wrote for The Curse of the Black Pearl. “Marry Me” is a combination of the “Love Theme” and its variations that was heard on the already released soundtrack to At World's End. A notable addition here is the inclusion of the music that's played during Jack and Elizabeth's parachute escape near the end of the film when Will dies but later comes back, as well as a slightly extended version of “Up Is Down”. The last third was later used for On Stranger Tides (2011) scene where Jack leaves Angelica on an island in the middle of the ocean. “The Heart Of Davy Jones” contains string variations on the theme heard on Dead Man's Chest soundtrack. No Organs were used in this cue and the Music Box only makes a cameo appearance towards the end of the cue. “Lord Cutler Beckett” contains many different variations on Beckett's theme as heard in Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. Although some thematic ideas were used later on for the climatic battle scene of the second sequel, most of the ideas in this cue remained unused. “Jack's Theme Bare Bones Demo” is a solo Piano demo of what would become Jack Sparrow's theme suite in Dead Man's Chest. “Hoist The Colours Suite” is a slightly altered version of a same theme that appears in the end credits to At World's End. “The Pirate Lord of Singapore” is an extended version of “Singapore” that was released on At World's End. The lengthy cue builds the ideas of “Singapore” even further, however some of these ideas too were not used in the score for the final film. A very full track, utilizing traditional Asian instruments like the Gamelan and Er-Hu at the end of the track. Halfway through, a cello, bass and gamelan are heard in a traditional gritty Zimmer style motif. The cello and gamelan continue throughout the track doubling each other. “Just Good Business” A darker and more action oriented version of Beckett's theme music. This track is actually a shortened and edited version of a Suite by Lorne Balfe The remix music were all previously released on Pirates Remixed and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Remixes. These tracks are shortened edits of the original remixes contained on aforementioned releases.
Caribbean Pirate Treasure - References - Netflix