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Comments about the soundtrack for Return of the Jedi (John Williams)
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Unknown track   Sunday, May 6, 2007 (3:26 p.m.) 

what is the name of the track that christian clemmensen name in the review?
"On the upside, though, one of the singular cues in Return of the Jedi that is vastly superior is the unique choral cue accompanying the final duel sequence between Luke and Vader. One has to wonder why Williams doesn't insert this theme (also heard at Yoda's death) in Anakin's last duel of Revenge of the Sith to finish the trilogies off with thematic bookends" and what is the version of the soundtrack that contains it?



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Re: Unknown track   Friday, October 3, 2008 (6:14 p.m.) 

> what is the name of the track that christian clemmensen name in the
> review?

The Dark Side Beckons



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Re: Unknown track   Sunday, October 12, 2008 (6:53 p.m.) 

> what is the name of the track that christian clemmensen name in the
> review?
> "On the upside, though, one of the singular cues in Return of the
> Jedi that is vastly superior is the unique choral cue accompanying the
> final duel sequence between Luke and Vader. One has to wonder why Williams
> doesn't insert this theme (also heard at Yoda's death) in Anakin's last
> duel of Revenge of the Sith to finish the trilogies off with thematic
> bookends" and what is the version of the soundtrack that contains it?

The only choral track that I know of from Jedi is "The Emperor," which was track three on the B side of the 1983 cassette.



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