Are We Not King's Men is a musical theme composed by Hans Zimmer for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. It appears as a track in the flim's complete sountrack.

Track DescriptionEdit

Are We Not King's Men Sample

The opening theme from "Barbossa Is Hungry", as heard in "Are We Not King's Men?".

The track begins by stating Barbossa's new adapted theme, with a harpsichord (commonly used to represent the Britist) doubles the melody. There is then a triumphant statement of the theme from he beginning of "Barbossa Is Hungry", accompanied by pounding timpanis. The track is finished with three stements of the three-note figure representing the British (adapted from Lord Cutelr Beckett).

This track plays when Hector Barbossa restores confidence in his crew, by asking if they were King's men, before having the HMS Providence sail to Whitecap Bay.



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