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  1. BTW it is amazing watching it with just the music. You can really see why they call him a master storyteller with his music. Loved it!
  2. Great news, someone get on it and pass it to me, please cheers thanks! lol In other news... I like these covers this one guy does for special editions. This is one of them.
  3. No it's Isobel Griffith who got the players together for this. It's not the LSO. Mind you I'm not sure if they are an orchestra on to themselves or if it's all freelance and therefor there could be people from many orchestras including the LSO in there.
  4. You guys are crazy, but you know, we all love different things and that's cool of course To me the music when they go into dream land is just stunning. The main theme has a little Tchaikovsky feel to it and To Giant Country and Frollick are so much fun. He was on a completely different trip writing this and it was nice to hear. The movie itself is charming. The only thing I would have done different is had more of an actual fight with the giants at the end. seemed too easy. Other than that, Mark Rylance has to be one of the best actors working today. And we get the brilliant Penelope Wilton in there too.
  5. I'm sure there will be both. A piano sketch for Powell to have for the theme to orchestrate in the cues as he will, and he'll write a concert suite if it is a full theme ad not just a motif.
  6. Solo is being recorded in London right now so Williams theme for Han is already done. I guess that makes sense since it comes out in May. I'm actually excited to hear Williams' theme and Powell's score.
  7. I've been saying for ages that TinTIn and The BFG are brilliant scores which shows Williams at his most inventive and with BFG almost impressionistic and light with his orchestrations.
  8. Williams donates all his scores to Juilliard

    lol hi
  9. Williams donates all his scores to Juilliard

    LOL, that is laughably not true heh Hi my name's Wael..... lol
  10. Williams donates all his scores to Juilliard

    How fabulous is this! I think he is donating his originals, he will keep the copies of all of them in his own library. I mean they are on paper, they can be scanned so he can have copies Also for all those idiots writing shit about him. Please! They can be as bitchy as they like. The guy has made a shit ton of money and done so doing what he loves. And BTW, when I was at Trinity College of Music in London studying post grad composition, they complained not only about Williams, but about Puccini, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, etc etc. Anyone who wasn't innovative or ahead of their time. I got sent out of the class one time because I argues the professor to death. He had "written" a piece called musical chairs in which any number of players would sit in a circle. One person would play something randomly and you would see how it changes as it goes around the players. So I said "I'm sorry, you want to complain about Tchaikovsky and Williams when you didn't even write a note and you call this a composition? You can't even write a toenail's worth of music of any of the composers you all like to complain about, Get a life!" It's all jealousy in the end. This man will be forever in the history books while many of his contemporaries, and pretty much all of the people who complain about him will be forgotten.
  11. Just went to that on iTunes. Window to the Past is also different. One of my favorite themes Williams has ever written.