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

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I don't want it to happen........
• Posted by: Roman Dlouhı   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2002, at 1:51 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: What if John Williams dies before Episode ... (stegan)

......besides, I believe John Williams has written a little more music for Star Wars between 1976 and 2002 than what have actually made it to the films and CDs, some of the stuff may have been disapproved by Lucas, which does not necessarily mean that the written stuff was bad; perhaps only not fitting to erratic images George Lucas may have had in his mind.

I am sure John didn't trash the music written irrecoverably; he might have even stored it in his "drawer" and so such "never-before-used" cues, if they exist, could finally get the proper treatment had the above said happened.

To choose among the living composers --once I heard "Somersby" and "Black Beauty" scores-- I would not mind learning one day that Danny Elfman has taken hold of the task of restoring the unused music John Williams has likely left. Among the non-living composers, which is plainly nonsense to even consider, it could have been either Edward Elgar or often-mentioned big Richard Wagner.

Dying before Episode III; hmmm, I'd rather it were unlikely to happen unless anything accidental happens, for which I will pray not to ever be so. John I believe is still on the top of his game; both physically and creativeness-wise.

Let's call it a day, for ever.

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