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Re: John Williams conducts John Williams/SW Trilogy/Skywalker Symphony
• Posted by: batsugun   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2006, at 8:50 a.m.
• IP Address: adsl-074-237-080-141.sip.mia.bellsouth.net
• In Response to: John Williams conducts John Williams/SW Trilog... (Bren)

> Does anyone have this CD who'd care to comment on it?

> Are the performances of the various pieces from the trilogy particularly
> different from those on the "official" soundtracks? How is the
> sound quality itself?

> I'm interested in buying it in order to have a "concert" of
> pieces from the trilogy, but not if it is generally considered to be below
> par.

> Thanks,

> Bren

I have this CD and listen to it often. the sound is incredible. The music is presented in suites like they would be presented in concert. It is different than the original soundtracks. There are also subtle diferences in the music that are not heard in the original albums. I listen to this in my car. Its a fun take on the original soundtracks with great sound. I would recomend getting it.




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