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Michael Arlidge
track 13 tap   Tuesday, October 1, 2002 (6:31 a.m.) 

in track 13, right in the middle of the first statement of the "Imperial March" i heard a tap like a wand hitting a music stand. has anybody else heard this?

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Wand? What!!!   Thursday, October 10, 2002 (1:51 a.m.) 

It is not a wand, you numb nut! This is not Harry Potter, and John Williams is no wizard (at least not in the magical sense - perhaps in the musical sense). It is probably just the movement of a chair amongst the orchestra (not surprising considering that there are 120 performers, plus however many people are in the London Voices choir).

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Greg Thwaites
Re: Wand? What!!!   Monday, October 14, 2002 (1:58 p.m.) 

> It is not a wand, you numb nut! This is not Harry Potter, and John
> Williams is no wizard (at least not in the magical sense - perhaps in the
> musical sense). It is probably just the movement of a chair amongst the
> orchestra (not surprising considering that there are 120 performers, plus
> however many people are in the London Voices choir).

a wand, you imbecile, is the sticks that the conducter waves around at the band
i will never watch harry potter or read the books, or listen to the cd

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Re: Wand? What!!!   Sunday, October 20, 2002 (1:59 a.m.) 

> a wand, you imbecile, is the sticks that the conducter waves around at the
> band
i will never watch harry potter or read the books, or listen to
> the cd

Its a "baton" actually.

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Re: Wand? What!!!   Thursday, October 24, 2002 (12:59 p.m.) 

i will never watch harry potter or read the books, or listen to

> Its a "baton" actually.
actually IT'S EITHER ONE !!!


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