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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
track 10 sounds familiar

kurt
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Chris
Tobi-Wan Kentobi
track 10 sounds familiar   Monday, September 30, 2002 (2:07 p.m.) 

right before "the duel of the fates" on track number 10, at about 3:10 , th music is very familiar. is this from a previous film? which one(s)



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Re: track 10 sounds familiar   Monday, September 30, 2002 (4:58 p.m.) 

> right before "the duel of the fates" on track number 10, at
> about 3:10 , th music is very familiar. is this from a previous
> film? which one(s)

>
LOL...... thats the Star Wars Fanfair (also know as Lukes theme and/or the force theme, can't remember which). Its been in all the movies.

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Romão Santos
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Re: track 10 sounds familiar   Sunday, October 13, 2002 (6:36 a.m.) 

LOL...... thats the Star Wars Fanfair (also know as Lukes theme and/or the
> force theme, can't remember which). Its been in all the movies.

Not', it's simply the force theme or ben's theme. The starwars fanfares or Luke's theme isn the opeining track of every starwars movie.


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Re: track 10 sounds familiar   Tuesday, October 1, 2002 (1:56 a.m.) 

This is a theme called "The Force Theme" or "Ben Kenobi´s Theme". In the movies 4-6 it is most often used to characterize the force´s influence or Obi-Wan´s doings. Unfortunately in the newer films, it is used more and more seldom. As the force plays an important role in the movies, it has become the perhaps most famous of all themes and the theme that binds the films together musically. It has become especially famous for its use in the "Binary Sunset"-scene in Episode 4 in which Luke walks out of the homestead and watches the two suns of Tatooine setting. In the scene you mentioned, Anakin comes out of the house just as Luke will many years later, so Williams decided to use the same theme, and also the same orchestra.

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Tobi-Wan Kentobi
Re: track 10 sounds familiar   Sunday, November 24, 2002 (1:54 p.m.) 

> This is a theme called "The Force Theme" or "Ben Kenobi´s
> Theme"

Even though it's referred to by both names, I never really liked calling it "Ben's Theme". To me, it's the force theme, plain and simple. It seems much more powerful that way.

MTFBWY

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Me say LOVE IT UP, HUUUMANS!   Wednesday, December 30, 2009 (12:07 p.m.) 

It get no better than JOHN WILLIAMS, not even truffles up da butt!!



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