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

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Re: Clemmensen himself refers to review of "film" music, not "album"
• Posted by: palanciyan
• Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2005, at 7:00 p.m.
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• In Response to: Clemmensen himself refers to review of "film" ... (Markus)

> "... with the last scenes of the film previewing everything ..."
> "'In this film more than any of the other five, there are
> references to earlier scenes ... '" ... re-record it
> specifically for this film." As the primary identity for
> the film ... " One of the film's major curiosities...
> "" ... into the song at the end of that same film ...
> " ... so many flourishing and engaging new sub-themes for
> the film ... " ... weakest of the six scores ... "
> " ... the most characteristic Star Wars score of the prequel
> trilogy ... "
> "Now, his music for the sixth film is almost lost in the era ... "

Are you kidding? Your examples don't support your argument because you're trying way too hard to twist the language away from its general meaning (it isn't working.)

Really, you remind me of:

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