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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)
Re. What John williams dies bfore episode III

Michael Walton
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Re. What John williams dies bfore episode III   Tuesday, June 4, 2002 (8:33 p.m.) 

I shudder to think.John Williams dying before he can move us with his masterful score for Episode III. IT JUST CAN'T HAPPEN. John Williams is the only one who can really do a Star Wars music score. However, there is another. Joel McNeely. Joel did the score for Shadows of the Empire(I highly recomend the book, it is one the best books I've read). The score is superlative. You may find an absence of familiarity with the music as you don't hear many reaccurring themes. But you do hear some new ones like Dash Rendar and Prince Xizor. My favorite track 8 "Night skies". Williams directed that one. Even though he didn't write it, it contains re-acursions of the force theme and Darth Vaders theme, along with Xizors' theme. So if Williams dose die(please I hope whole heartedly that he dosen't)I think Joel McNeely can do it. Besides, John Williams personally hand picked him to do the score for SOTE. Obviously Williams thinks highly of him, and I do as well.

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Michael Walton
Re: Re. What John williams dies bfore episode III   Thursday, June 6, 2002 (3:26 p.m.) 

My, aren't we cheery? Williams dying? Don't even think about that. The scoring community would be in a huge crisis. Anyway, cheers. --Maverick

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Michael Walton
Re: Re. What John williams dies bfore episode III   Friday, July 5, 2002 (5:16 a.m.) 

> I shudder to think.John Williams dying before he can move us with his
> masterful score for Episode III. IT JUST CAN'T HAPPEN. John Williams is
> the only one who can really do a Star Wars music score. However, there is
> another. Joel McNeely. Joel did the score for Shadows of the Empire(I
> highly recomend the book, it is one the best books I've read). The score
> is superlative. You may find an absence of familiarity with the music as
> you don't hear many reaccurring themes. But you do hear some new ones like
> Dash Rendar and Prince Xizor. My favorite track 8 "Night skies".
> Williams directed that one. Even though he didn't write it, it contains
> re-acursions of the force theme and Darth Vaders theme, along with Xizors'
> theme. So if Williams dose die(please I hope whole heartedly that he
> dosen't)I think Joel McNeely can do it. Besides, John Williams personally
> hand picked him to do the score for SOTE. Obviously Williams thinks highly
> of him, and I do as well.

Dude, it would be worse if Uncle George is the one that left. I just hope he writes the story of Episode III the way he wants it, build up the script before he travels to anywhere or leaving this world. If he does go after doing these things, we can always rely on the ever-present Steven Spielberg;)

But yeah, Joel McNeely could do the job if JW doesn't want to (unlikely)

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