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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (John Williams)
integrated music from other scores

Wes Murrell
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integrated music from other scores   Wednesday, June 1, 2005 (6:45 p.m.) 

I like how John Williams integrated into the score music from just about every movie. There was music from Empire Strikes Back, Phantom Menace, etc. I was a little disappointed (but not very much) to find that 'Duel of the Fates' is not on this soundtrack as it appears in the film. I know it's on 'Phantom', but it just would have been nice for the track "Battle of the Heroes" to run right into 'Duel' as it does in the movie. No big loss. I guess my only complaint is one that applies to all movie soundtracks: the movie is twice as long as the soundtrack. It just seems that one could get more satisfaction from customers if they would only add more music. But, its nothing to fret about.

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Re: integrated music from other scores   Friday, June 3, 2005 (3:51 p.m.) 

> I like how John Williams integrated into the score music from just about
> every movie. There was music from Empire Strikes Back, Phantom Menace,
> etc.

Most of the integrated music was lifted directly from the other films by George Lucas, much like in the final battle in "Attack of the Clones." Some though, as in "Anakin vs. Obi-Wan" was inserted by Williams. But most of it was battle music from taken directly from other scores as filler.

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