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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
Woo Hoo!

Andrew
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Tomek
Woo Hoo!   Monday, March 18, 2002 (4:35 p.m.) 

Finnaly, the score I have been looking forward to the most. I thought Williams' work on The Phantom Menace was the best in his career, and now we get to see how he can improve on an already nearly perfect score. It should be very interesting to see how Anikin's Theme transitions more into Imperial March, and the love theme for this this film will be excellent, mabey even better than Han and Leia's theme. It will indeed be an agonizing wait untill the end of April from now.

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Re: Woo Hoo!   Saturday, March 23, 2002 (12:45 p.m.) 

> Finnaly, the score I have been looking forward to the most. I thought
> Williams' work on The Phantom Menace was the best in his career, and now
> we get to see how he can improve on an already nearly perfect score. It
> should be very interesting to see how Anikin's Theme transitions more into
> Imperial March, and the love theme for this this film will be excellent,
> mabey even better than Han and Leia's theme. It will indeed be an
> agonizing wait untill the end of April from now.

It seems that every episode brings up a single theme that became one of the best of all-time or classic in history of film music. Chronologically: Episode I (Duel of the Fates), Epidode II (Across the Stars- it seems), Episode III(???), Episode IV( Main Title theme), Episode V (The Imperial March), Episode VI(Han and Leia's theme (in full)). I can't hardly wait and see to hear Attack of the Clones, too!John Williams rulez!


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Re: Woo Hoo!   Wednesday, March 27, 2002 (6:30 a.m.) 

> It seems that every episode brings up a single theme that became one of
> the best of all-time or classic in history of film music. Chronologically:
> Episode I (Duel of the Fates), Epidode II (Across the Stars- it seems),
> Episode III(???), Episode IV( Main Title theme), Episode V (The Imperial
> March), Episode VI(Han and Leia's theme (in full)). I can't hardly wait
> and see to hear Attack of the Clones, too!John Williams rulez!

I agree with you guys - may be it's even possible to write a doctoral thesis about this! It strikes me that not only Williams but also many other film composers use a vocal choir for their music. I LIKE THAT VERY VERY MUCH!!!
Does anybody know the difference between Choir and Chorus? I'm a simple Dutch student, I don't know this... Help me please!


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Re: Woo Hoo!   Wednesday, April 3, 2002 (12:49 p.m.) 

> I agree with you guys - may be it's even possible to write a doctoral
> thesis about this! It strikes me that not only Williams but also many
> other film composers use a vocal choir for their music. I LIKE THAT VERY
> VERY MUCH!!!

Me too!, the best guys in this matter are Williams and JN Howard IMHO (sequences in Waterworld...). The chorus in Duel of the Fates is incredible, almost mystical. The other examples: Hymn of the Fallen or choir in Rosewood

Does anybody know the difference between Choir and
> Chorus? I'm a simple Dutch student, I don't know this... Help me please!
>

I'm a simple Polish student, too . Chorus is a big, big choir , for for example 100 people or something .If I'm wrong, sorry.

Cheers

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Roman Dlouhý
Re: Woo Hoo!   Tuesday, April 16, 2002 (6:51 p.m.) 

> Me too!, the best guys in this matter are Williams and JN Howard IMHO
> (sequences in Waterworld...). The chorus in Duel of the Fates is
> incredible, almost mystical. The other examples: Hymn of the Fallen or
> choir in Rosewood

> Does anybody know the difference between Choir and

> I'm a simple Polish student, too . Chorus is a big, big choir , for for
> example 100 people or something .If I'm wrong, sorry.

> Cheers

I'm a simple German student but I always assumed that a choir is the crowd of people singing and a chorus is the centerpart of a song. Don't know whether that's right or not. Is there no native English speaker to help us?
Take care folks


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Choir vs. Chorus   Thursday, April 18, 2002 (6:08 a.m.) 

Seems like we're having a small tryst of Europeans... :-) I am not English either, I am Czech, but I think I can help you because I found the following in dictionaries:

CHIOR
1) A band or organized company of singers, especially in church service. [Formerly written also "quire".]
2) A part of a church appropriated to the singers.
3) A chancel.
4) A group of instruments of the same class (a brass choir).

CHORUS
1) A company of singers singing in concert.
2) A composition of two or more parts, each of which is intended to be sung by a number of voices.
3) Parts of a song or hymn recurring at intervals, as at the end of stanzas; also, a company of singers who join with the singer or choir in singer or choir in singing such parts.

Roman.-)

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Thanks Roman Nashle /( I'm not sure if I wrote it right) *NM*   Thursday, April 18, 2002 (6:12 p.m.) 



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Re: Thanks Roman Nashle /( I'm not sure if I wrote it rig   Thursday, April 18, 2002 (11:07 p.m.) 

Oh, of course! Tomek, you wrote the greeting correctly! :-)
It's amazing that we live so close to each other, divided by a laughable couple of miles only (in terms of huge sea-borne distances it's like we live in the neighborhood), and we're meeting here, so far from home, but fairly close to John Williams' home. Anyway, I am pleased to see so many guys like you, of different nations, chancing here to talk about John Williams and his scores. I'm just enjoying myself considerably. Although we may grow apart at different matters, it's still good to be here.

May the Wisdom be with you...
Roman.-)

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Re: Thanks Roman Nashle /( I'm not sure if I wrote it rig   Friday, April 19, 2002 (12:16 a.m.) 

> Oh, of course! Tomek, you wrote the greeting correctly! :-)
It's
> amazing that we live so close to each other, divided by a laughable couple
> of miles only (in terms of huge sea-borne distances it's like we live in
> the neighborhood), and we're meeting here, so far from home, but fairly
> close to John Williams' home. Anyway, I am pleased to see so many guys
> like you, of different nations, chancing here to talk about John Williams
> and his scores. I'm just enjoying myself considerably. Although we may
> grow apart at different matters, it's still good to be here.
> May the Wisdom be with you...
Roman.-)

Thanks again Roman for so much warm and wise words .
Weren't You wondering any time how today's world become a really,really small village ?! . Our grandfather's didn't predict it probably in their most daring dreams . That's great that we have a chance to discuss here, although those aren't the most important subjects on our mother Earth . To suprise you even more I can say that I lived just few kilometers from the Czech border

Regards

Tomek


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