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Re: Holt says Williams decided when his themes could be used in Obi-Wan
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• Posted by: Mr. Big
• Date: Sunday, June 26, 2022, at 2:53 p.m.
• IP Address: 38.53.215.85
• In Response to: Re: Holt says Williams decided when his themes... (Soundtracker94)

> Well... this is just headache inducing trying to figure out the logic
> behind Williams (or whoever else's) decision making process on allowing
> legacy themes to be used. It feels almost like it depends on who is liked
> or 'in' with whoever at the moment. As someone else pointed out, the fact
> that Kiner, Powell and Haab are 'good to go' with using preexisting themes
> while Giacchino and Holt get held back... ugh.

> I really hope this isn't purely a John Williams thing as this does put a
> minor blight on the man, in my eyes. Nothing worthy of a rant or anything,
> just, disappointed if this is the case. :/

It makes John Williams seem more human and relatable to me. He's professional and courteous but at the same time he has standards for how his work is presented (if only he'd have the same amount of scrutiny for the trailer renditions of his music)

The situation also led to the Powell/Williams collaboration; one of the most interesting collaborations in film score history.




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