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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (John Williams)

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Re: Star Wars Episode VII: The Opinion of Amuro Regarding REVENGE OF THE SITH
• Posted by: JB
• Date: Tuesday, May 31, 2005, at 1:31 a.m.
• IP Address: 212-246-55-70.adsl.tpo.fi
• In Response to: Star Wars Episode VII: The Opinion of Amuro Re... (Amuro)

> If you don't like the end credits, thats fine... but I do. The opening of
> the last cue is weird, but I like the use of Leia's theme, and Lukes theme
> too. But the highlight is the horn solo, of the force theme, which ties to
> A NEW HOPE perfectly! Its brimming with emotion from the player, you can
> tell this horn player WANTED to play that solo. And I think the
> underplayed orchestral burst of the orchestra at the end was perfect. The
> key change, definetely did not make me cringe either. But as far as the
> themes in the credits are concerned... I don't care. "Leia's
> Theme" is always gorgeous. And this arrangement is just as good as
> the one in ANH... and "Battle of the Heroes" was a shoe in...
> look at how the themes appear in the other movies. Yes, the throne room is
> a odd choice... but it does NOT appear in the film's end credits. But
> still, I love the Throne Room, and I don't want to think of its validity
> in the score, just about the fact that its enjoyable! Its the end credits!
> For once, stop thinking about how it should tie in, and just let the music
> take over!

I wonder how much did the end credits in the end differ from the album presentation after "Battle of the Heroes"? I went to see the film but could't stick around to listen to the credits roll due to the fact that I had to catch a bus. What parts of that sequence were edited out from the film, like was the presentation of the Force theme still there between the Throne Room parts or did it go straight to the final Main Title presentation or what?




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