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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
Christian said there's no pronouncement of the main theme...

Brandon
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Christian said there's no pronouncement of the main theme...   Monday, March 1, 2004 (10:05 a.m.) 

...but I found a very subdued rendition of part of it...

Track 4, 1:48 - 1:59, played first by a flute/glockenspiel, then by french horns.

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Re: Christian said there's no pronouncement of the main theme...   Monday, March 1, 2004 (12:06 p.m.) 

> ...but I found a very subdued rendition of part of it...

> Track 4, 1:48 - 1:59, played first by a flute/glockenspiel, then by french
> horns.

I listened to that, and I know what you're thinking--but that's just 5 notes that happen to sound like the main theme. It's actually part of the whole Younglings bit. So I don't think it's a statement of the main title at all (which, given the context of the scene, wouldnt' make any sense thematically anyway).



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Re: Christian said there's no pronouncement of the main theme...   Thursday, May 27, 2004 (12:45 p.m.) 

> I listened to that, and I know what you're thinking--but that's just 5
> notes that happen to sound like the main theme. It's actually part of the
> whole Younglings bit. So I don't think it's a statement of the main title
> at all (which, given the context of the scene, wouldnt' make any sense
> thematically anyway).

5 notes is enough. Williams often does this. Sometimes they are the most subtle hints, but the theme is still there. This happens in too many of his filmscores to call it coincidence.

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