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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (John Williams)

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• Posted by: G.K.
• Date: Monday, May 30, 2005, at 12:34 p.m.
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• In Response to: Star Wars Episode VII: The Opinion of Amuro Re... (Amuro)

> I honestly have no idea where "Anakin's Dark Deeds" fits, it
> just might be the "jedi purge" and i'm just wrong about
> "Anakin's Betrayals" inform me if this is the case!

The opening choir accompanies the scene in which Yoda and Obi- Wan walk past the murdered younglings in the Jedi temple. The following minute or so plays during the cross- cutting between Anakin killing the separatists on Mustafar and Sidious announcing the newly forged Empire in the senate.
Then, after the huge crescendo, the track switches to Obi- Wan talking with Padme about Anakin's whereabouts. The rising timpani accompanies Obi- Wan's words "Anakin is the father, isn't he?"
The track closes with a fanfare that plays during an establishing shot on Mustafar, showing the killed separatists and Lord Vader with a tear running down his face.

> I have no idea which scene is the "Immolation Scene" but its a
> damn good cue.

Immolation Scene plays right after Battle of The Heroes, when Anakin lies on the ground, his legs cut off, and Obi- Wan tells him "You were my brother, Anakin, I loved you!"

As for the rest of your review: I do enjoy ROTS, but compared to the other SW films, it's not worth 5 stars.

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